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Tag: Population Dynamics [clear filter]
Monday, February 6
 

1:40pm CST

2:20pm CST

2:40pm CST

4:20pm CST

 
Tuesday, February 7
 

8:00am CST

9:20am CST

9:40am CST

10:40am CST

11:00am CST

11:20am CST

11:40am CST

2:20pm CST

3:40pm CST

6:00pm CST

Poster Display. Application of Photo-identification Software Using Spot Patterns of African Civets (Civettictis Civetta) in the Northern Tuli Game Reserve, Botswana Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Assessment of Painted Turtle Age and Size from Long-term Pond Study Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Common Snapping Turtle Monitoring and Assessment in Illinois Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Exploitation of Paddlefish in the Mississippi River Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Influence of Body Size and Sex on Ectoparasite Loads in Southern Flying Squirrels (Glaucomys Volans) Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Influence of Habitat and Intrinsic Characteristics on Survival of Neonatal Pronghorn Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Light Traps Provide Insight About age-0 Fish Use of Restored Shorezone Areas in the St. Clair River Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Population Structure Analysis of Western Painted Turtles Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Sampling Characteristics of Egg Mats Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Seasonal Dynamics of Blue Suckers Cycleptus Elongatus Inhabiting Great-river Tributaries in Missouri Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. The Benthic Invertebrate Communities of Northern Lake Michigan’s Cladophora “graveyards” Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. The Northeast Climate Science Center: Improving the Way Climate Science Informs Resource Management Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Vegetation Diversity and Connectedness in Ditches Across Northwest Ohio Lancaster Ballroom
 
Wednesday, February 8
 

8:00am CST

8:20am CST

8:40am CST

9:00am CST

9:40am CST

11:00am CST