Presentations Schedule

1) Stream breath and fish kills: oxygen and CO2 in streams and rivers. Alba Argerich
2) Influence of Streamflow and Season on Habitat Selection by Spotted Bass and Shorthead Redhorse on the Lower Osage River, Missouri. Elisa Baebler, Craig Paukert
3) Wildlife and vegetation responses to legacy effects of land management in mid-Missouri. Tyler Beckerman, Dr. Ben Knapp, Dr. Lauren Pile, Dr. Mitch Weegman
4) Developing a decision support process for landscape conservation design in the Ozark Highlands. Thomas W. Bonnot, D. Todd Jones-Farrand, Frank R. Thompson III, Joshua J. Millspaugh, Jane A. Fitzgerald, Nate Muenks, Phillip Hanberry, Esther Stroh, Larry Heggemann, Allison Fowler, Mark Howery, Shea Hammond, Kristine Evans
5) Hornyhead Chub Spawning Habitat in the East Fork Black River. John Brant, Craig Paukert
6) Habitat Associations and Distributions of Endemic Crayfishes in the Meramec River Drainage. Joe Chilton, Amanda E. Rosenberger, Robert DiStefano
7) Using camera traps to map feral hog distribution in Missouri. Mary Clay, Matthew Gompper, Justan Blair
8) Bobwhite Quail Response to Management – Missouri State University Journagan Ranch, Mtn Grove, Missouri. Clint Dalbom
9) Adaptive management – research partnerships to restore shortleaf pine mixedwoods. Daniel C. Dey, John M. Kabrick, Benjamin O. Knapp, Steve Lyzack, Scot Robinson, Michael Stevens
10) Using Drone-Based Imagery to Enhance Conservation Projects. Toby Dogwiler, Bennett Conway, Shay Hostens, and Bailey Pfitzner
11) A Structured Approach for Incorporating Manager Feedback into the Survey Design of a Standardized Riverine Fish Sampling Protocol. Corey G. Dunn, Craig P. Paukert
12) Impacts of a Concentrated Animal Feeding Operation on Aquatic Communities: What’s at “Steak”? Aaron D. Geheber, Daniel A. Marschalek, Daniel M. Wolcott
13) St. Louis Area Biodiversity and Ecological Network. Scott George
14) Establishing Agroforestry Silvopasture Systems in the Missouri Ozark Region. Michael Goerndt
15) Visitor Perceptions of Climate Change Impacts in Missouri. Lisa Groshong, Sonja Wilhelm Stanis, Mark Morgan
16) How can prescribed burning and harvesting restore shortleaf pine-oak woodland at the landscape scale in central United States? Modeling joint effects of harvest and fire regimes. Hong S. He, Wenchi Jin, Stephen R. Shifley, John M. Kabrick , Brian K. Davidson
17) Using species distribution modeling to target eastern spotted skunk research and management efforts. Summer D. Higdon, Maggie MacPherson, Matthew E. Gompper
18) Intensive harvest of bigheaded carps using the Unified Method in a floodplain lake in Missouri, USA. J.C. Jolley, D.C. Chapman, K. Lawson, W.J. Doyle, K.J. Meneau
19) Spatial variation in composition of mussel communities in relation to modeled habitat suitability in the Meramec drainage of Missouri. Kayla Key and Amanda Rosenberger
20) Can clearcut harvest reset long-term successional trajectories of hardwood forests of mid-Missouri? Benjamin Knapp; Samantha Anderson; Patrick Curtin; Casey Ghilardi; Robert Rives
21) Mapping flood patterns to address current and future management needs on the Lower Missouri River. Garth A. Lindner, Edward A. Bulliner, Kristen L. Bouska, Craig P. Paukert, Robert B. Jacobson
22) Predicting future tree performance and survival of shortleaf pine (Pinus echinata) through novel height growth percentiles. Stephen J. Lyczak, John M. Kabrick, Daniel C. Dey, David R. Larsen, and Benjamin O. Knapp
23) Mapping MO Invasive Plants. Dacoda Maddox, Lauren Pile, Hank Stelzer, Brian Davidson, Dan Dey
24) Investigating Perceptions of Wildlife and Vegetation in Urban Vacant Lots. Andrew Mallinak, Charles Nilon, Robert Pierce
25) Insect conservation at two taxonomic levels: endangered species and ecosystem functioning. Daniel A. Marschalek
26) Evaluating the Community Wealth Impacts of Wild Harvesting in the Ozark Highlands. Sarah Hultine Massengale
27) The Role of Tributary Habitats in the Recovery of the Lake Sturgeon, a Missouri Endangered Species. Michael J. Moore and Craig P. Paukert
28) Evaluating the Prairie Fork Reconstruction Progress: How Do You Know When You’re Close Enough? Chris Newbold
29) A Survey of Regal Fritillary (Speyeria idalia) on Select Southwest and West Missouri Prairies. Chris Newbold, Jerod Huebner, and Steve Buback
30) Statewide Lake Assessment Program – Update of long-term water quality in Missouri reservoirs. Daniel V. Obrecht, John R. Jones, and Rebecca L. North
31) Who’s in Control, Light or Nutrients? Exploring Phytoplankton Co-Deficiency in Missouri Reservoirs to Inform Algal Bloom Management. Erin L. Petty, Daniel V. Obrecht, Rebecca L. North
32) Voluntarily Use of Nonlead Ammunition on National Wildlife Refuges. John H. Schulz, Sonja A. Wilhelm Stanis, and Elisabeth B. Webb
33) Indiana bat (Myotis sodalis) maternity roost site selection at national wildlife refuges in northern Missouri. Dane Smith, Elisabeth Webb, Sybill Amelon, and Shauna Marquardt
34) Implementation of a Silver Carp (Hypophthalmichthys molitrix) Demographics Protocol in a Large River System. Edward Sterling, Jeremy Hammen, Jahn Kallis, Emily Pherigo, and Jason Goeckler
35) Progress toward a Predictive Egg Quality and Spawning Potential Index in Paddlefish. Ben Thomas, Dr. Scott Lankford
36) Assessment of niche partitioning in two urban mesocarnivores. Mariah Whitmire, Tara Domzalski, and Daniel M. Wolcott
37) A Low Water Crossing Impacts Northern Hog Sucker (Hypentelium nigricans) Movement in an Ozark Stream. Jeff M. Williams, Hope R. Dodd, Debra S. Finn
38) Quantifying relationships between watershed characteristics and hydroecological indices of Missouri streams. Sean J. Zeiger, Jason A. Hubbart

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