Friday, August 8, 2008: 8:30 AM-10:30 AM
Exhibit Hall CD, Midwest Airlines Center
PS 75 - Latebreaking: Conservation, Fisheries, and Management
Productivity and profitability model for Mithraculus forceps aquaculture
Joana C. Figueiredo, Guia Marine Laboratory of the Faculty of Sciences University of Lisbon, Gil P. Penha-Lopes, Guia Marine Laboratory of the Faculty of Sciences University of Lisbon, Junda Lin, Florida Institute of Technology, Luís C. Narciso, Guia Marine Laboratory of the Faculty of Sciences University of Lisbon
Relative importance of within-habitat environment, land use, and spatial autocorrelations for determining odonate assemblages in rural reservoir ponds in Japan
Takehiko Yamanaka, NIAES, Kenji Hamasaki, NIAES, Koichi Tanaka, NIAES, Yukinobu Nakatani, Natural Resources Inventory Center, NIAES, Nobusuke Iwasaki, NIAES, David S. Sprague, NIAES
Total dissolved solids toxicity:  Challenges and future directions
Richard E. Lockwood, ENVIRON International
Site fidelity of wood turtles (Glyptemys insculpta) in the northern Lower Peninsula of Michigan
Janna Willoughby, Central Michigan University, Timothy L. Lewis, Wittenberg University, Philip W. Huber, United States Forest Service
Dissolved oxygen requirements for hatching success in Ambystomatid salamanders: Implications for restoration and conservation
Allison B. Sacerdote, Northern Illinois University, Richard B. King, Northern Illinois University
Management plan ineffective: Socio-economics determine capture rates of land crab, Cardisoma guanhumi, in Puerto Rico
Yogani Govender, University of Puerto Rico
Conservation nitrogen management in a northern Wisconsin tree nursery
HyunKyung Lee, University of Wisconsisn - Madison, Ryosuke Fujinuma, University of Wisconsisn - Madison, Nick J Balster, University of Wisconsisn - Madison
Effects of proximity to highways and highway construction on the threatened Valley elderberry longhorn beetle
Theresa Sinicrope Talley, University of California, Davis, Marcel Holyoak, University of California, Davis
Applying ecological surveys to the development of a recovery program for a threatened population of diamondback terrapin, Malaclemys terrapin pileata
Andrew Coleman, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Thane Wibbels, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Ken Marion, University of Alabama at Birmingham, David Nelson, University of South Alabama, Joel Borden, University of South Alabama, Gabe Lanford, University of South Alabama, John Dindo, Dauphin Island Sea Lab
Comparing the conservation discourses of indigenous peoples throughout America
Jose Nicolas Cabrera-Schneider, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Comparing methods for estimating growth curves in a critically endangered mussel
Philip Iffland Jr., Miami University, Todd D. Levine, Miami University, M. Henry H. Stevens, Miami University, Alan D. Christian, University of Massachusetts-Boston, Brian K. Lang, New Mexico Department of Game and Fish, David J. Berg, Miami University
Patterns of declining US breeding bird abundance since 1980
Thomas P. Albright, UW-Madison, Murray K Clayton, UW-Madison, Patrick D Culbert, UW-Madison, Curtis H. Flather, USDA, Forest Service, Anna M Pidgeon, UW-Madison, Chadwick D. Rittenhouse, UW-Madison, Susan I. Stewart, USDA Forest Service, Volker C Radeloff, UW-Madison
Feeding ecology of the endangered Hawaiian petrel: Insights from stable isotope analysis
Anne E. Wiley, Michigan State University, Peggy H. Ostrom, Michigan State University, Andreanna J. Welch, Smithsonian Institution, Helen F. James, Smithsonian Institution, Robert Fleischer, Smithsonian Institution
Helping coral reef managers build resilience to climate change into marine protected area management with the Reef Resilience Toolkit
Stephanie Wear, The Nature Conservancy, Larisa R. G. DeSantis, The Nature Conservancy

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