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Dan Sears

Sunday, January 28
 

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Monday, January 29
 

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Tuesday, January 30
 

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Trade Show & Poster Social and Student Research-in-Progress Posters Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. A Wetland Invader and Climate Change: The Effects of Typha X Glauca on Wetland Biodiversity Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. Amphibians and Reptiles of the Green River Conservation Opportunity Area 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. Artificially Inducing a Plant and Animal Mutualism: A Novel Approach to Filling a Niche 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. Direct Comparison of eDNA Capture and Extraction Methods Through Detection and Quantification of Target DNA in Cloned Cells and the Effect of Stochasticity on eDNA Recovery Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. Effects of Soil Conditions on Cutaneous Bacteria of the Red-backed Salamander Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. Efficacy of Artificial Cover Objects to Monitor Tiger and Blue-Spotted Salamanders Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. Food Selection of American Green-winged Teal During Spring Migration in Illinois Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. Great Lakes Fisheries and Aquatic Biota: eDNA Technology in Monitoring and Management Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. Herpetofauna Community Response to Bison (Bison Bison) Grazing in Tallgrass Prairie Remnants Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. Incorporating Aerial Imagery into Waterfowl Population Estimates Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. Is It Time for an Additional Approach to Wildlife Education: Better Preparing Graduates by Including the Professional Science Master’s in Our Educational Repertoire Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. Nebraska Elk Hunting Constraints: Perceived and Realized Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. Population Change, Nest-site Selection, and Nesting Success in a Restored Population of Ospreys (Pandion haliaetus) in the Minneapolis-St. Paul Area, 1986-2016 Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. Ranavirus Effects on Metamorphic Salamander Body Condition and Growth in Created Wetlands Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. Relationship of Snow Goose Hunting Methods on Harvest Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. Sampling Designs for Landscape-level eDNA Monitoring Programs Using Three-level Occurrence Models Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. Testing the Effectiveness of eDNA Procedures Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. The Anthropogenic Effects on the Urban and Rural Coyote Diet Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. Tracking the Impacts of Bat White-nose Syndrome in Wisconsin with Citizen Scientists Ballroom C & Foyer Student Research-in-Progress Poster Display. Evaluating Predator Communities and Duck Nest Survival in Eastern South Dakota Ballroom C & Foyer Student Research-in-Progress Poster Display. Waterfowl Hunter Recruitment, Retention, and Participation Trends Ballroom C & Foyer
 
Wednesday, January 31
 

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