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Type: Poster Display, Group 7: Techniques & Technology [clear filter]
Tuesday, January 30
 

6:00pm CST

Poster Display. A Comparison of Autumn Electrofishing and Autumn Fyke Nets for Sampling Bluegill and Redear Sunfish Populations Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. Determination of the most accurate method to estimate length and weight in small bodied fishes Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. Diet Composition Influences Plasma-Lipid Metabolites Concentrations in Lesser Scaup (Aythya Affinis) Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. Different Management Practices Affecting Arthropod Diversity in the Kakamega Rain Forest Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. Efficacy of Artificial Cover Objects to Monitor Tiger and Blue-Spotted Salamanders Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. Evaluating Methodologies for Estimating Age and Growth of Lake Sturgeon (Acipenser fulvescens) Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. Forensic Methods for Species Determination of Unknown Wildlife Carcasses or Remains Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. Gamete Collections from Lake Michigan Deepwater Cisco to Support Reintroduction Efforts in Lake Ontario Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. Incorporating Aerial Imagery into Waterfowl Population Estimates Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. Mapping High-Resolution Sonar as a Biological Research Tool Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. Microelemental Signatures of Tributaries to the Lake Winnebago System Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. Monitoring Catch Success of Turtles in Pool 12 of the Upper Mississippi River Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. Nonlethal Strategy to Determine Gender in Brown Trout Using Morphometric Measurements Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. Point Count Data Error Rates from a Large-scale, Statewide Avian Study: The Wisconsin Breeding Bird Atlas II Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. Quantifying Shorebird Abundance and Distribution Through Aerial Surveys in the Illinois River Valley Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. Recording Southern Flying Squirrel Responses Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. Using Fyke Nets to Survey Spring Ponds Ballroom C & Foyer Poster Display. Using Side-scan Sonar to Analyze Potential Spawning Habitat of Lake Sturgeon (Acipenser fulvescens) in the AuSable River, Michigan Ballroom C & Foyer
 


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  • Asian Carp and Other Aquatic Invasives Track
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  • 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
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