Wednesday, February 2, 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Fisheries directed workshop: Student contributed presentations
Forestry directed workshop: Cash for Carbon
CWD Partnerships
Invertebrate Conservation
Population Demographics of Largemouth Bass in the Upper Mississippi River: An evaluation of management strategies and understanding potential factors governing dynamic rate functions
Workshop: Cash for Carbon
Workshop: Critical Partnerships – Chronic Wasting Disease
Workshop: Invertebrate Conservation
Use of δ15N and δ13C stable isotope analysis to determine diet interactions between Striped Bass and other sport fishes in Bull Shoals Lake.
Workshop: Cash for Carbon (cont.)
Workshop: Critical Partnerships – Chronic Wasting Disease (cont.)
Workshop: Invertebrate Conservation (cont.)
Divergence, admixture, and fitness in the Smallmouth Bass (Micropterus dolomieu)
Workshop: Cash for Carbon (cont.)
Workshop: Critical Partnerships – Chronic Wasting Disease (cont.)
Workshop: Invertebrate Conservation (cont.)
Using Environmental DNA (eDNA) Detection to determine the Current Distribution of Topeka Shiner (Notropis topeka) in Missouri
Workshop: Cash for Carbon (cont.)
Workshop: Critical Partnerships – Chronic Wasting Disease (cont.)
Workshop: Invertebrate Conservation (cont.)
Effects of Stream Gradient on Darter Functional Morphology in the Pomme de Terre River
Workshop: Cash for Carbon (cont.)
Workshop: Critical Partnerships – Chronic Wasting Disease (cont.)
Workshop: Invertebrate Conservation (cont.)
How does river flooding impact nutrient cycling in floodplain features?
Workshop: Cash for Carbon (cont.)
Workshop: Critical Partnerships – Chronic Wasting Disease (cont.)
Workshop: Invertebrate Conservation (cont.)

Thursday, February 3, 8:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.

Fisheries I: MOAFS Rivers & Streams Committee
Forestry I: Oak forest management
Wildlife I: Fur and Feathers
Education Across Agencies
Sustainable Recreation
Making People Care
The Naiadgeography of Missouri Revisited: A Preliminary Biogeographical Analysis of Freshwater Mussel Distributions in Missouri
Determining the Effects of Dormant Season Flooding on Pin Oak Root Development
Seeing spots after 40 years: Bobcat (Lynx rufus)
population status, monitoring, and management in the United States
Workshop: Educational Efforts Across Divisions and Agencies to Promote Missouri’s Conservation Efforts
Workshop: Moving Toward Sustainable Recreation in Missouri
Workshop: Making People Care About Your Work
Trait-based analysis of spatiotemporal dynamics of intermittent stream fish assemblage structure
Empirical assessment of growth patterns of white oak stave logs based on ocular inspection of cut stumps
Evaluating Occupancy of Mammalian Mesopredators along an Urban-Rural Gradient
Workshop: Educational Efforts Across Divisions and Agencies to Promote Missouri’s Conservation Efforts (cont.)
Workshop: Moving Toward Sustainable Recreation in Missouri (cont.)
Workshop: Making People Care About Your Work (cont.)
Development of a flow-based aquatic community classification to define the natural fish community across Missouri’s stream sizes
Spatial patterns of white oak mortality in Missouri
detected using multicycle Forest Inventory and Analysis data
Assessing occupancy and distribution patterns of plains spotted skunk and prairie gray fox in the Missouri Ozarks
Workshop: Educational Efforts Across Divisions and Agencies to Promote Missouri’s Conservation Efforts (cont.)
Workshop: Moving Toward Sustainable Recreation in Missouri (cont.)
Workshop: Making People Care About Your Work (cont.)
East Fork of the Black River Gravel Augmentation and Movement
Seeding Native Woodland Understory Species Over a Gradient of Light in a Recently Thinned Oak Woodland to Restore Native Woodland Understory Composition
Assessing feasibility of a capture-resighting framework to improve precision in Atlantic brant survival estimates
Workshop: Educational Efforts Across Divisions and Agencies to Promote Missouri’s Conservation Efforts (cont.)
Workshop: Moving Toward Sustainable Recreation in Missouri (cont.)
Workshop: Making People Care About Your Work (cont.)
Distribution, Trends, and Habitat Associations of Sturgeon Chub (Macrhybopsis gelida) and Sicklefin Chub (M. gelida) in the Lower Missouri River.
Do forest health issues in oak forests accelerate compositional shifts to non-oaks?
Challenges and considerations for the use of tracking technology in avian research
Workshop: Educational Efforts Across Divisions and Agencies to Promote Missouri’s Conservation Efforts (cont.)
Workshop: Moving Toward Sustainable Recreation in Missouri (cont.)
Workshop: Making People Care About Your Work (cont.)
Trout management in Lake Taneycomo, Missouri
Uneven-aged Management in the Missouri Ozarks: Effects of Stocking and Site Condition on Oak Regeneration
Dynamics of waterfowl harvest distributions in the Central and Mississippi flyways from 1980–2019
Workshop: Educational Efforts Across Divisions and Agencies to Promote Missouri’s Conservation Efforts (cont.)
Workshop: Moving Toward Sustainable Recreation in Missouri (cont.)
Workshop: Making People Care About Your Work (cont.)

Thursday, February 3, 10:15 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.

Fisheries II: Aquatic System Health
Forestry II: Silvopasture, Fire, and Floods
Wildlife II: Conservation Priorities & Diverse Challenges
Invasive Plant Control
Natural Resource Connections
Simulating pre-development nonpoint source loading in Moreau River Basin: A SWAT modeling application
Modeling Growth and Establishement of Plantation and Converted Agroforestry Silvopasture Systems in the Missouri Ozarks Region
Use of sUAS to Aid in Eradication of Feral Swine in Missouri
Workshop: Invasive Plant Workshop: New Initiatives, Tools & Strategies for Invasive Plant Control
Workshop: Uneven-aged silviculture in oak-hickory-pine stands on Pioneer Forest-a 30- minute virtual video tour
Characterizing Long-term Agricultural Impacts On Aquatic Community Health With Implications for Future Monitoring Programs
Highlights from 21 years of fire effects data from Ozark National Scenic Riverways.
Identifying patterns of Chronic Wasting Disease prevalence in Odocoileus virginianus in Missouri
Workshop: Invasive Plant Workshop: New Initiatives, Tools & Strategies for Invasive Plant Control (cont.)
Workshop: Uneven-aged silviculture in oak-hickory-pine stands on Pioneer Forest-a 30- minute virtual video tour (cont.)
How does land use impact plant communities in spring-fed ponds?
Effects of Fire on Vegetation of the Prairies and Black Oak Sand Savannas of Kankakee, Illinois
Population Analysis and Distribution of the State-Threatened Illinois Chorus Frog (Pseudacris illinoensis) in Southwestern Illinois.
Workshop: Invasive Plant Workshop: New Initiatives, Tools & Strategies for Invasive Plant Control (cont.)
Workshop: Uneven-aged silviculture in oak-hickory-pine stands on Pioneer Forest-a 30- minute virtual video tour (cont.)
Decomposing sycamore leaves leached lead and zinc in a mine-contaminated river
Forest Restoration on Mississippi River Islands
A Microclimate Study of the Largest Hibernaculum for the Endangered Indiana Bat
Workshop: Invasive Plant Workshop: New Initiatives, Tools & Strategies for Invasive Plant Control (cont.)
One Health and Natural Resources: What is the connection? What is the impact?
Harmful Algae Blooms in the Illinois River Align U.S. Geological Survey Central Midwest Water Science Center Efforts with State and Federal partners
Impact of Hydrological Extremes on Soil Microbial Community Dynamics in Soils Maintained Under Different Land Use Practices
The effects of cattle introgression on American bison behavior and dominance structure
Workshop: Invasive Plant Workshop: New Initiatives, Tools & Strategies for Invasive Plant Control (cont.)
Contagious Conservation in the Bible Belt: Biblical
Literacy and Effective Communication of Conservation Priorities
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