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Tag: Ecology [clear filter]
Monday, February 6
 

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Tuesday, February 7
 

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Poster Display. Assessment of Painted Turtle Age and Size from Long-term Pond Study Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Brood Rearing Resource Selection of Greater Sage-Grouse on the Eastern Fringe of Their Range Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Changes of Native Bee Diversity in Agriculture Systems Due to Additional Habitat Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Depth Distribution of Juvenile Bluegill Sunfish in an Oligotrophic Wisconsin Lake Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Dispersal of Vertebrates Among Islands in a Riverine Ecosystem Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Effects of Invasive Non-Native Aquatic Macrophytes on the Foraging and Diet Composition of Small-sized Fish Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Evaluating Differences in Invertebrate Communities Between Remnant and Restored Prairies in Missouri Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Free Food Is Not Free: Do Food Plots Pose Greater Predation Risk Than Resource Benefit for Northern Bobwhite Quail? Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Grassland Bird Response to Grassland Restorations That Vary in Vegetative Diversity Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Loafing: The Wild Turkey's Guide to the Nap Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Microhabitat Use of Migrating Northern Saw-whet Owls Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Monitoring Data, Decision Support Tools and the Midwest Avian Data Center Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Movement Patterns of Eastern Box Turtles in an Urban Ohio Landscape Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Multi-stressor Effects of PPCPs on Daphnia Magna Growth, Reproduction, and Mortality Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Patch Size and Nest Density Influence Nest Survival Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Population Structure Analysis of Western Painted Turtles Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Reproductive Potential of Silver and Bighead Carp in the Upper Mississippi River Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Ruffed Grouse (Bonasa umbellus) Drumming Log Preferences Near Tomahawk, Wisconsin Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Rusty Crayfish Consumption of Silver Carp Fecal Pellets Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Seasonal Home Ranges, Movements, and Habitat Selection of Female Elk in Northwestern Minnesota Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. The Northeast Climate Science Center: Improving the Way Climate Science Informs Resource Management Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. The Role of Habitat Size and Quality on Presence and Abundance of Small Arvicoline Rodents in Northeast Iowa Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Urban Bat Community Composition Along a Rural-Urban Gradient Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Use of Lake Erie's Ohio Reef Complex by Walleye (Sander Vitreus) During the Spring Spawning Season Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Vegetation Diversity and Connectedness in Ditches Across Northwest Ohio Lancaster Ballroom
 
Wednesday, February 8
 

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