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All Biogeography and Paleoenvironmental Change Considered

Type: Poster
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Sponsor Groups: Biogeography Specialty Group, Paleoenvironmental Change Specialty Group
Organizers: Stockton Maxwell
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Agenda

ID Title Participant
001 Map of Life: A global biodiversity platform Wendy Dorman
Eastern Michigan University
002 “Analyzing Conservation Management of North American Gray Wolf (Canis lupus) Sanctuaries” Colton Stokes
University of Georgia
003 An Evaluation of Current and Emerging Public Policy on Southern Sea Otter Conservation Programs DeAnn Willsey
Temple University
004 Human-Orangutan Pathogen Transmission: Identification of High Risk Areas in Indonesia Aoife Pitts
University of Alabama
005 An island biogeographical analysis of the uninhabited islands in the Shinan Province, South Korea Keon-Hak Lee
Seoul National University
006 Anthropogenic Impact on Fire-Tolerant Tree Distribution in Rabun County, Georgia, 1820 C.E. Taylor Siskind
Texas A&M University
007 Assessment of Deforestation in the state of Roraima, Brazil Nilasree Dutta
Indiana State University
008 Digitization of Historical Forestry Stand Maps at the Cloquet Forestry Center Quincy Williams
University of Wisconsin - Platteville
009 Factors limiting vegetation recovery in Southern California Chaparral: 2017 Thomas Fire Ventura County, CA Ivy Rea
010 Himalayan birch population structure and dynamics at treeline ecotone of Dhorpatan Hunting Reserve, Nepal Himalayas Michelle Mohr
011 Protecting Michigan’s Trees and Biodiversity Stephanie Carr
012 South or west: why do aspect preferences of xerophytic pine stands vary along the southern Appalachian Mountains? Charles Lafon
Texas A & M University
013 The Heterogeneity of Underlying Vegetation Increases Arthropoda Diversity Addison Blaydes
Indiana State University
014 What do bees eat in resource-limited environments? Hillary Hillam
015 Lake Itasca Dendrochronological Analysis of Fire and Climate Variability Evan Montpellier
University of Minnesota
016 High-resolution autumn tree phenology across an oak-hickory forest: Human land-use legacies more important than climate extremes moving forward? Grant Elliott
University of Missouri
017 Climatic sensitivity of seed and leaf phenology in a Hawaiian montane wet forest Stephanie Pau
Florida State University
018 Effects of Fire Removal and Grass Disturbance on Tree Growth in a Mesic Savanna of West Africa Lilian Yang
California State University - Long Beach
019 Fire and Forest History from Charcoal, Monongahela NF, West Virginia, USA Christopher Underwood
University of Wisconsin-Platteville
020 Vegetation dynamics of Gunnison Sage-Grouse habitat in southwest Colorado John Sakulich
Regis University
021 The Changing Trend in Songbird’s Abundance, Variety and Physical Condition in Connecticut’s Forestry Habitat Yunliang Meng
Central Connecticut State University
022 Evaluating Migratory Stopover Success: Examining Avian Diversity and Biometrics at Hueston Woods State Park Brooke Ecklar
Miami University Of Ohio
023 A tree-ring record of historical fire in longleaf pine (Pinus palustris) of the Piedmont, North Carolina, USA Monica Rother
Tall Timbers
024 How does sampling bias affect citizen science-based species distribution models? Monica Dimson
UCLA Department of Geography
025 An Assessment of Changes in Wildfire Activity in the Southeastern U.S., 1984-2017 Andrew Kiley
University of North Carolina Wilmington
026 Species Distribution Modelling: Application to West African Rain-fed Cotton Mary Ann Cunningham
Associate Professor Vassar College
027 Dendrochronological Assessment of Shore Pine Establishment Patterns in Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area Sean Fitzpatrick
Western Washington University
028 Modeling range shift of endemic and vulnerable Pseudotsuga macrocarpa (Bigcone douglas fir) in California under climate change Daniel Apt
California State University - Domingues
029 Species-specific tree-ring climate response of two dominant sub-alpine species (Fir and Birch) from western Nepal Gabriel Angulo
California State University - Domingues
030 Facilitation by an endemic shrub diversifies plant community and increases useful plant species richness in the Nepal Himalayas Rabindra Parajuli
Florida Atlantic University
031 Studying Forest Stand Dynamics through a Dendroecological Approach in Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem Ichchha Thapa
Ms Indiana State University
032 Population age structure shows regeneration surge in the static treeline of Pinus wallichiana in Manang, Nepal Raju Bista
Mr California State University, Dominguez Hills
033 Dendroclimatic Evaluation of Abies amabilis Kaylene Raftis
034 Climate Response of Whitebark Pine (Pinus albicaulis) in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem on a Cellular Scale April Kaiser
Appalachian State
035 Linking fire history and eastern red cedar invasion of an Ozark glade habitat William Flatley
University of Central Arkansas
036 Tree-ring analysis of James Strang's Kingdom, Beaver Island, Michigan Matthew Bekker
Brigham Young University
037 Dendromastecology of five oak species in the Bent Creek Experimental Forest, Asheville, North Carolina Thomas Patterson
University of Southern Mississippi
038 Estimating fire return interval for stand-replacing fire in pinyon-juniper woodlands on the Uncompahgre Plateau, Colorado Karen Eisenhart
Edinboro University of Pennsylvania
039 Landscape-Scale Tree Growth Dynamics at Three Southern West Virginia National Parks Stockton Maxwell
Associate Professor Radford University
040 Spatiotemporal Complexity of Fire in an Island-Lake Landscape Elizabeth Schneider
University of Minnesota
041 Shifting historical fire regimes alter stand dynamics of an old growth shortleaf pine-oak forest in the Ouachita Mountains, Arkansas Lillian McDaniel
University of Central Arkansas
042 Time series analysis of seasonal fire dynamics across conservation, pastoral, and agricultural land use types in Botswana Alex Marden
University of Texas - Austin
043 Microorganism Diversity as a Measure of Soil Health Hilary Howard
Indiana State University
044 Feasibility of Inclusion of Ecoregions and Other Underutilized Ecological Indicators in Ecological Niche Modeling for Prairie Dogs April Bledsoe
045 Evaluating the Ecohydrologic stability of headwater reference catchments from long-term paired watershed studies Luis Andres Guillen
West Virginia University
046 GIS-Based approach to predicting potential habitat for Gaultheria hispidula in McKean County, PA Alexander Colosimo
University of Pittsburgh - Johnstown
047 Utilizing Remote Sensing Data from The Living Atlas to Monitor Coral Reefs Christopher Boyles
048 Saba, Dutch Caribbean Coral Restoration Jennifer Rahn
Samford University
049 Estimating localized mammal populations on Maryland's eastern shore using drone technology Kathleen Stafford
Salisbury University
050 Integrating geospatial applications into teaching undergraduate field method courses Joy Mast
Carthage College
051 Investigating historical forest cover and local temperature variation in the northeastern U.S. Katharine Johnson
North Carolina State University
052 Growth response to climate and drought in Jeffery Pine on the western slope of the Sierra Nevada, California David Saldana
California State University - Domingues
053 3500 years of fire and vegetation history from the central Sierra Nevada, California Theodore Dingemans
054 Climate sensitivity and growth response of two conifers on high elevation ridge at Wolf Knob, Shoshone Forest, WY Laura Dye
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
055 Reconstructing Ancient Landscapes: Pollen as a Key to the Past Gabrielle Gittens
056 A multiproxy approach to investigate Late Holocene anthropogenic and natural drivers of fire from a coastal lagoon near Manatee Bay, Jamaica Romario Anderson
University of the West Indies
057 A Pinus aristata Network for Climate Reconstruction William Tintor
University of Arizona
058 Late Holocene Vegetation and Fire Reconstruction at Laguna Carse, Costa Rica Taber Friedel
Florida Atlantic University
059 Reconstructing Fire Recurrence Intervals using Hesperocyparis sargentii at Hood Mountain, Sonoma County, CA Elise Piazza
060 Vegetation and fire dynamics from a wetland sediment core of the Central Valley, Costa Rica Erik Johanson
Florida Atlantic University
061 Legumes (Fabaceae) Indicate the Northeastern Settlement Horizon Chelsea Teale
Humboldt State University
062 Late Holocene Fire‐climate Dynamics in the Klamath‐siskiyou Ecoregion, Northern California, Usa Christy Briles
University of Colorado - Denver
063 7,000 years of environmental change at Clear Pond, South Carolina Zachary Taylor
Berry College
064 Fire and Vegetation History in Savannas of Southern Pacific Costa Rica Luke Blentlinger
UTK Geography
065 Blue intensity as a temperature proxy from a low-latitude population of Engelmann spruce (\textit{Picea engelmannii} Sarg.) at its southern range extent, northern New Mexico, USA Karen Heeter
University of Idaho
066 The Extreme Weather along the US West Coast during the Winter of 1846-1847 Elaina Reck
University of South Carolina
067 The influence of autumn precipitation on tree-ring reconstructions of runoff in U.S. West Coast watersheds Erika Wise
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
068 Sedimentary Records of Hurricane Harvey and Other Recent Storms in an Estuarine Lake in Eastern Texas Lance Riedlinger
Louisiana State University
069 Fire in the Rainforest: A 3,200 Year History of Fire in Tropical Rainforests Of Gunung Palung National Park, West Kalimantan, Indonesia Lauren Hendricks
070 Long Term Carbon Sequestration in Organic Sediments within Florida’s Karst Spring Runs Benjamin Tanner
Stetson University
071 Synopsis of recent dendroclimatological research with longleaf pine (Pinus palustris Mill.) on the coastal plains of North and South Carolina Peter Soule
072 Responses of Andean fire regime to 2,100 years of human activity and changing climate Madeleine Bitting
Florida Atlantic University
073 The Impact of Paleoenvironmental Change and Climate Variability on Prehistoric Culture Change and Population on the Eastern Edge of the Colorado Plateau, USA Kevin Gilmore
HDR Engineering
074 Tools for dendroarchaeology: or surviving in science without startup funds David Holt
University of Southern Mississippi
075 Holocene soil-sedimentary archives in the forest-steppe of the Central Russian Upland: interdisciplinary study for reconstruction of past climatic and anthropogenic changes Ekaterina Ershova
076 Classifying hydrologic regimes using the radial growth patterns of Atlantic White Cedar Joshua Kincaid
Shenandoah University
077 Analysis of Diatom Community Variation with Lake Depth in Surface Sediment Samples from Kelly Lake, California Jiwoo Han
UCLA, Geography
078 Tropical cyclone precipitation regimes since 1750 and the exceptional dry period of 1843–1876: A dendroclimatic perspective using longleaf pine Paul Knapp
University of North Carolina Greensboro
079 Kaŋuġlu Tuttulu: Potential Impacts of Ikpikpuk Snow Geese on Teshekpuk Caribou Herd’s Insect Relief Habitat on the Teshekpuk Lake and Ikpikpuk River Delta Kimberly Pikok
University of Kansas
080 Preliminary findings regarding the use of UAVs equipped with TIR Cameras to detect arboreal animals. Blair Mirka
San Diego State University

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