Tuesday February 2nd

10:00-10:20 am

Fisheries Papers

Environmental Correlates of Seasonal Movement and Migrations of Lake Sturgeon in the Osage and Gasconade rivers.

Human Interaction: Workshop 

Contributions of community science to conservation research and management

Forestry Workshop

The digital forest: State-of-the-art information technologies for 21st century forest science and management

NRCS: OJT: Workshop

“NRCS Planning for Beginners and Partners”

10:20-10:40 am

Preliminary Results of a Project Evaluating the Survival and Dispersal of Stocked Striped Bass in Bull Shoals Lake.

10:40-11:00 am

Diet Composition of Blue and Channel Catfish during Different Seasons in the Lower Missouri River

11:00-11:20 am

Darter (Percidae) Community Diversity in the Salt Fork Creek, Saline County, Missouri.

11:20-11:40 am

Macroinvertebrate Community Structure and Substrate Composition in the East Fork Black River

11:40-12:00 pm

Seasonal variation in hyporheic invertebrate communities between upwelling and downwelling zones of an Ozark stream

2:30-2:50 pm

Natural Resources Papers

Evaluating the Impacts of Wetland Enhancement Groundwater-Surface Water Interaction

Ecological: Workshop

Silvopasture: exploring the power of trees and livestock growing together

NRCS: OJT: Workshop

NRCS Business Tools for Planners – CD/CART overview

2:50-3:10 pm

Identifying Successes and Challenges in Collaborations between Researchers and Managers: A Case Study with the U.S.D.A. Forest Service

3:10-3:20 pm

Perceptions of Missouri Landowners with Conservation Easements

Wednesday February 3rd

10:00-10:20 am

Forestry Papers

Modeling Establishment and Growth of Plantation and Converted Silvopasture Systems in the Missouri Ozarks Region

Wildlife Papers

The importance of small remnant prairies for supporting native bee diversity in the urban landscape of Kansas City, Missouri

Human Interaction: Workshop

Utilizing Citizen Science

Ecological: Workshop

Doubling Down on Invasive Plants: Integrated Approach to Control

10:20-10:40 am

Modeling seasonal climate stress for black walnut dominated Silvopasture forest areas in the Missouri Ozarks using UAV-based multispectral indices

Kings and queens of the prairie: Regal fritillary population dynamics in Missouri

10:40-11:00 am

Smoke, Goats, and Oaks: An examination of goat browsing behavior and the impacts of targeted goat browsing on woody regeneration and biodiversity in an Ozark Hardwood Ecosystem

Spatial Ecology of the Northern Copperhead (Agkistrodon contortrix) in St. Louis County, MO

11:00-11:20 am

Reintroduction of Macroflora to a restored prairie and a degraded woodland: a tale of trees and seeds.

Working Together to Restore Missouri’s Wildlife

11:20-11:40 am

New digital soil tools available for foresters

Community Perceptions and the Role of Educational Programming

11:40-12:00 pm

Recovery of shortleaf pine in Missouri from 1959 to 2017

Thursday February 4th

10:00-10:20 am

Natural Resources Papers

Physio-chemical responses to mine adit discharge

Forestry Papers

Evaluating the initial responses of natural and artificial pin oak regeneration to midstory and understory competition control and subsequent overstory release in bottomland hardwood forest in southern Missouri

Fisheries Papers

Lower Osage River Habitat and Fish Community Evaluation

10:20-10:40 am

Bioremediation of atrazine using Bacillus thuringiensis spore-based display system

Evaluating the initial responses of natural and artificial pin oak regeneration to midstory and understory competition control and subsequent overstory release in bottomland hardwood forest in southern Missouri

Monitoring Fish Assemblages from Chevron Dikes on the Middle Mississippi River

10:40-11:00 am

National Needs Fellowship in Forest Resources Management: An Overview

Evaluating the initial responses of natural and artificial pin oak regeneration to midstory and understory competition control and subsequent overstory release in bottomland hardwood forest in southern Missouri

Changes in Dissolved Organic Nitrogen in Missouri Reservoirs (1989 –2018)

11:00-11:20 am

“Soilabrating” what 132 years at Sanborn Field has taught us about soil health

Do forest health issues in oak forests accelerate compositional shifts to non-oaks?

Relationships between nutrients and vegetation: Implications for the management of spring-fed ponds

11:20-11:40 am

Monitoring the success of landscape conservation in Missouri: The creation of the Landscape Health Index for Missouri’s priority geographies and other focal landscapes

Spatial and temporal variability of soil organic carbon on a corn-soybean watershed with 23 years of agroforestry

11:40-12:00 pm

Monitoring the success of landscape conservation in Missouri: How to calculate a Landscape Index and apply it to conservation decision making

Forest Management Effects on Coarse Woody Debris in Hardwood Forests of Missouri