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Christopher Hoving

Michigan DNR
Adaptation Specialist
Lansing, MI
Climate adaptation and wildlife. Complex systems science. Rare heritage irises. Scenario planning and futures mapping. Snowfall and wildlife. Endangered species. Large carnivores. Ungulates. Meso-carnivores. De-extinction. The pros and cons of rewilding (imitating / restoring large mammal communities driven extinct during the past 10,000 years).
Sunday, January 28
 

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Monday, January 29
 

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Tuesday, January 30
 

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Poster Display. A Wetland Invader and Climate Change: The Effects of Typha X Glauca on Wetland Biodiversity Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. American Marten (Martes Americana) Microhabitat Characteristics in Mixed Deciduous/coniferous Laurentian Forests Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. An Ecological Framework for Using Environmental DNA (eDNA) to Detect Kirtland’s Snakes (Clonophis kirtlandii) Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. Development of eDNA Techniques for Endangered Mussels Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. Did the Massasauga (Sistrurus Catenatus) Cross the Road? Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. Differential Microhabitat Use Between Snowshoe Hare Lepus americanus and Eastern Cottontail Sylvilagus floridanus in Northern Wisconsin Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. Evolutionary Consequences of Fragmentation on Plant Communities in Northwest Ohio Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. Filling in the Gaps: Clonophis Kirtlandii in Illinois Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. Herpetofauna Community Response to Bison (Bison Bison) Grazing in Tallgrass Prairie Remnants Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. Mnomen (wild Rice) Genetics Project from Kalamazoo and St. Joseph River Watersheds Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. Snowshoe Hare in Lower Michigan: The Shifting Range of a Climate-Sensitive Species Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. The Anthropogenic Effects on the Urban and Rural Coyote Diet Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. The Application of Prescribed Burns and Food Plots with White-tailed Deer in Northern Wisconsin Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. The Effect of Prescribed Fire and Deer Exclusion on an Oak-hickory Woodland of West-central Illinois Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. The Effect of Prescribed Fire, Landscape Position, and Deer Browsing on Spring Ephemerals in an Oak-hickory Woodland of West-central Illinois Ballroom C & Foyer
 
Wednesday, January 31
 

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