Friday, August 8, 2008: 8:30 AM-10:30 AM
Exhibit Hall CD, Midwest Airlines Center
PS 83 - Latebreaking: Methods and Techniques
The demographics and spatial utilization of Blanding's turtle (Emydoidea blandingii) at Richard Bong State Recreation area in southeastern Wisconsin
Robert C. Jagla, University of Wisconsin-Parkside, Chris Coleman, University of Wisconsin-Parkside, Sean Murphy, University of Wisconsin-Parkside, Gregory C. Mayer, University of Wisconsin-Parkside, Joy Wolf, University of Wisconsin-Parkside
Do sampling methods differ in their utility for ecological monitoring? Comparison of line-point intercept, grid-point intercept, and ocular estimate methods
Hector Godinez-Alvarez, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Jeffrey E. Herrick, USDA Agricultural Research Service, Michelle Mattocks, USDA Agricultural Research Service, David Toledo, USDA Agricultural Research Service, Justin Van Zee, USDA Agricultural Research Service
Independent assesments of fPAR for a mixed hardwood forest using a variety of optical approaches
Steven R. Garrity, University of Idaho, Kim L. Mueller, University of Michigan, Anna M. Michalak, University of Michigan, Lee A. Vierling, University of Idaho, Brady Hardiman, Ohio State University, Christoph S. Vogel, University of Michigan
Landscape genetics of the threatened gopher tortoise, Gopherus polyphemus
Rachel A. Wallace, University of New Orleans, Nicola M. Anthony, University of New Orleans

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