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Type: Poster Display, Group 3: Invasive Species [clear filter]
Tuesday, January 30
 

6:00pm CST

Poster Display. A Wetland Invader and Climate Change: The Effects of Typha X Glauca on Wetland Biodiversity Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. Assessing Habitat Availability for Invasive Bighead Carp in the Minnesota River Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. Assessing the Efficacy of Pectoral Fin Sexual Dimorphism for Gender Determination of Bighead Carp Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. Daily Growth of Young-of-year Silver Carp (Hypophthalmichthys molitrix) in the Wabash River, Indiana Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. Diel Sampling for Silver Carp in a Large Reservoir and River Backwater: Applications for Increased Catch Rates for Invasive Carp Management Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. Diversity, Distribution, and Habitat Associations of Non-native Mollusks in the Chicago Region Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. Effect of Repeated Sound Exposure on Bigheaded Carp Behavior in a Pond Environment Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. Immobilization Thresholds of Small Asian Carp Relative to Different Electrofishing Settings Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. Larval Fish Monitoring in the Upper Mississippi River Pools 8-13: Surveys for Emerging Populations of Asian Carps in Novel Habitats Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. Mapping and Monitoring Aquatic Vegetation in Lake Erie for Grass Carp Risk Assessment Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. Parental Reconstruction of Wild-Caught Young of Year Black Carp Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. Predicting the Potential Distribution of the Nonnative Red Swamp Crayfish Procambarus Clarkii in the Laurentian Great Lakes Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. Spatial and Temporal Patterns of Larval Asian Carp Production in Illinois and Wabash River Tributaries Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. Spatiotemporal Patterns in Diets of Nearshore Predatory Fishes in Lake Michigan Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. The Comparison of Light Preference in Early Life History of Grass Carp Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. The Presence of Young-of-Year Asian Carp Found in Native Piscivores Fish Diets in Lower Pool 19 and Its Tributaries Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. Tracking Grass Carp Spawning and Egg Development in the Sandusky River Ballroom C & Foyer
 


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  • Asian Carp and Other Aquatic Invasives Track
  • Asian Carp Track
  • Carnivores Track
  • Conservation Collaboration & General Wildlife Track
  • Fish Habitat and Genetics Track
  • Fish Physiology and Behavior Track
  • Forest and Grassland Songbirds Track
  • General Fisheries & Wildlife Track
  • Human Dimensions & Fisheries Track
  • Lightning Talk Session
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  • Poster Display
  • Rivers and Oxbows Track
  • S01: Citizen Science: Collaboration with the Public for Natural Resource Management and Conservation
  • S02: Cooperative Ecosystem Study Units: Working Together to Support Informed Public Trust Resource Stewardship
  • S03: CWD Management: Facilitating Agency Collaboration
  • S04: Ducks to Dickcissels: Collaboration for the Conservation of Multiple Species in Grasslands
  • S05: Managing Fish Habitat and Fisheries Affected by Habitat in Inland Glacial Lakes
  • S06: Advances and Challenges in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation and Management
  • S07: Development - Validation - and Application of Standardized Population Assessments in Inland Waters
  • S08: Waterbird Use and Monitoring of Wetland Protection - Restoration and Enhancement Projects
  • S09: Back to the Future: Fish and Wildlife Research in an Era of Rapid Change
  • S10: Collaborating for Fisheries Management: Opportunities and Challenges from Interactions of Local Lake Organizations with State Agencies
  • S11: Two Worlds - One Goal: Importance of Fisheries and Toxicology Collaboration
  • S12: Coordinating Successful Wildlife Disease Responses
  • S13: Extension and Outreach for Anglers and Hunters: Challenges - Innovation - Collaboration
  • S14: Managing Aquatic Invasive Species Through Collaboration
  • S15: Community-based Research and Restoration in Milwaukee County Wisconsin
  • Salmonids Track
  • Small Mammals Track
  • Streams - Dams - Reservoirs Track
  • Student Event
  • Sturgeon - Esocids - Coregonids Track
  • Tools & Technology: Wildlife Habitat Track
  • Ungulates Track
  • Upland Game Birds & Pollinators Track
  • Walleye and Perch Track
  • Walleye Track
  • Waterfowl Track
  • Workshop