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Type: Student Research-in-Progress Poster [clear filter]
Tuesday, February 7
 

6:00pm

Student Research-in-Progress Poster Display. American Marten Habitat Suitability in the Northern Lower Peninsula of Michigan Olive Branch Room Student Research-in-Progress Poster Display. Assessment and Mapping of the Milwaukee Estuary Habitat Olive Branch Room Student Research-in-Progress Poster Display. Butterfly Survey of Restored Croplands and Native Prairies in the Northern Loess Hills of Western Iowa Olive Branch Room Student Research-in-Progress Poster Display. Drawdown in Nebraskan Reservoirs, Influencing Management through Ecology and Social Behavior Olive Branch Room Student Research-in-Progress Poster Display. Establishing long-term Flashiness index values for West Fork White River: Analyzing trends through graphical analyses Olive Branch Room Student Research-in-Progress Poster Display. Evaluating Differences in Invertebrate Communities Between Remnant and Restored Prairies in Missouri Olive Branch Room Student Research-in-Progress Poster Display. Evaluating insecticide exposure risk for grassland wildlife on public lands Olive Branch Room Student Research-in-Progress Poster Display. Home range size, movements, and survival rates of sora and Virginia rails in a managed marsh complex in northwestern Ohio Olive Branch Room Student Research-in-Progress Poster Display. Resolving the Challenges of Scale in Managing Eastern Redcedar Invasion Olive Branch Room Student Research-in-Progress Poster Display. Ruffed Grouse (Bonasa umbellus) Drumming Log Preferences Near Tomahawk, Wisconsin Olive Branch Room Student Research-in-Progress Poster Display. Rusty Crayfish Consumption of Silver Carp Fecal Pellets Olive Branch Room Student Research-in-Progress Poster Display. The Attitudes and Rurality of Nebraskans concerning the Black-tailed Prairie Dog and its management: A Human Dimensions Inquiry Olive Branch Room Student Research-in-Progress Poster Display. The Invasive Nature of Asian Carps and Predicting the impact of the Asian Carp Invasion on Native Species Olive Branch Room Student Research-in-Progress Poster Display. Utility of Anglersheds for Understanding Recreational Fisheries Olive Branch Room Student Research-in-Progress Poster Display. Vegetation Diversity and Connectedness of Ditches Across Northwest Ohio Olive Branch Room Student Research-in-Progress Poster Display. Western South Dakota’s dominant prairie stream fishes: an updated assessment and population dynamics Olive Branch Room