Posters & Papers

Posters and Papers Presented at Professional Meetings

Unit Staff and Students

Brown, D. J., C. A. Ribic, D. M. Donner, and C. I. Bocetti.  2015.  Proactive management of the Kirtland’s Warbler under changing environmental and management conditions. The Wildlife Society 22nd Annual Meeting, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, 17-21 October 2015.

Guttery, M. R., C. A. Ribic, D. Sample, A. Paulios, C. Trosen, J. Dadisman, D. Schneider, and J. A. Horton. 2016. Scale-specific habitat relationships influence patch occupancy: defining neighborhoods to optimize the effectiveness of grassland bird conservation. North American Congress for Conservation Biology, Madison, WI, 17-20 July 2016.

Hannah, A., K. Grveles, S. Warner, D. Lopez, A. Pidgeon, and C. Ribic.  2016.  Characterizing breeding habitat selection and reproductive success of the Wisconsin population of the Kirtland’s warbler; preliminary results.  North American Congress for Conservation Biology, Madison, WI, 17-20 July 2016. (Poster)

Liao, W., M. D. SAMUEL, O. E. Timm, C. Zhang, C. Atkinson, and D. LaPointe.  2015.  Conservation of Endemic Hawaiian Birds: Evaluation of Strategies to Mitigate Avian Malaria in the Face of Climate Change.  The Wildlife Annual Conference, Oct, 2015, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

McCauley, L. A., B. Zuckerberg, and C. A. Ribic.  2016.  Assessing climate change vulnerability of grassland birds using demographically informed species distribution models. Tyson Research Center, Washington University.  St. Louis, MO, July 21, 2016. (Invited)

Pasternak, G., D. Zviely, C. A. Ribic, A. Ariel, and E. Spanier.  2015.  Classification and spatial distribution of plastic debris along the Israeli coast.  A Wake of Plastics marine conference, Venice, Italy, 13-15 October 2015.  (Poster)

Ribic, C. A., L. A. McCauley, and B. Zuckerberg. 2016. Climate impacts on grassland bird demography are mediated by patch size. Symposium presentation, North American Ornithological Congress, 16-20 August, Washington D.C. (Invited)

Ribic, C.A., D.J. Brown, D.M. Donner, C.I. Bocetti, and C.M. DeLoria-Sheffeld. 2016. Proactive management of Kirtland’s Warbler under changing environmental and management conditions. Presentation, North American Ornithological Congress, 16-20 August, Washington D.C.

Ribon, R., M. R. Guttery, C. A. Ribic, D. M. Donner, A. J. Beck, and M. Â. Marini.  2016.  Effects of habitat conversion on the Atlantic dry forest bird community in Brazil.  XXIII Congresso Brasileiro de Ornitologia, 31 July-4 August, 2016, Pirenópolis, Goiás, Brazil. [Invited] (in Portuguese)

Samuel, M. D.  Chronic Wasting Disease in Wisconsin: Where we’ve been and what’s next.  University of Idaho, April 1, 2016.  (Invited)

Samuel, M. D.  Trouble in Paradise: Avian Malaria and the demise of Hawaiian Forest Birds.  University of Wisconsin, Student Chapter of the WDA, Wildlife Health Symposium, April 9, 2016.  (Invited)

Samuel, M. D., C. T. Atkinson, D. A LaPointe, J. Liao, O. E. Timm, C. Zhang, T. W. Giambelluca, and H. F. Diaz.  2016.  Trouble in Paradise: Avian Malaria, climate change, and the demise of Hawaiian Forest Birds.  University of New York at Albany, April 21, 2016.  (Invited)

Samuel, M. D., J. M. Liao, C. T. Atkinson, D. A. ,LaPointe, O. E. Timm, and C Zhang.  2016.  Avian malaria, climate change, and mosquito control for Hawaiian forest birds.  Webinar on Novel Vector Control Strategies and Status: Hawaii Wildlife Conservation Application.   May 26, 2016.  (Invited and Presented)

Zuckerberg, B., L. A. McCauley, and C. A. Ribic.  2016.  Assessing climate change vulnerability of grassland birds using demographically informed species distribution models.  Central Hardwoods Joint Venture Technical Committee webinar, 8 March 2016.  (Invited)

Zuckerberg, B., C. A. Ribic, and L. A. McCauley.  2015.  Assessing climate change vulnerability of grassland birds using demographically informed species distribution models.  US Geological Survey, NE Climate Science Center webinar series, 18 November 2015.  (Invited)

Unit Affiliates

Bron, G. M., K. D. Richgels, J. E. Osorio, and T. E. Rocke.  2016.  The impact of the oral sylvatic plague vaccine on small rodents.  14th annual Ecology and Evolution of Infectious Disease meeting, Ithaca, NY, June 3-5, 2016.  (Poster)

Bron, G. M., K. D. Richgels, J. E. Poje, F. Lorenzsonn, J. P. Matteson, J. E. Osorio,  and T. E. Rocke.  The impact of the prairie dog (Cynomys spp) oral sylvatic plague vaccine on non-target small rodents in grassland ecosystems.  65th annual international Wildlife Disease Association conference, Ithaca, NY, July 31st – August 5th 2016.

Hansen, G. J. A., J. F. Hansen, L. A. Winslow, and J. S. Read.  2016.  Using species-environment relationships to guide fisheries management in a changing climate. University of Minnesota Conservation Science Fisheries and Aquatic Biology Seminar Series, St. Paul, MN.

Lorch, J. M., K. Z. Schmidt, K. J. Vanderwolf, and D. S. Blehert.  2016.  Fungal skin communities in hibernating bat species that are susceptible and resistant to white-nose syndrome. 6th Annual White-nose Syndrome Symposium. Denver, Colorado, June 7-10, 2016.

Pedersen, E. J.  2015. Statistics and theory of movement, population, and community ecology. North Temperate Lakes Long Term Ecological Research Project monthly meeting, Madison, Wisconsin, Nov 2015. (Invited)

Pedersen, E. J.  2016.  Tools for understanding rapid change in spatially structured communities.  Department of Fisheries and Oceans.  Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Centre. St. John’s Newfoundland, Canada, May, 2016. (Invited)

Pedersen, E. J., A. L. Rypel, T. D. Tunney, and M. J. Vander Zanden.  2016.  Anglers as mobile predators: empirical patterns of angler movement and behaviour in response to fluctuating fisheries.  Canadian Society for Ecology And Evolution annual meeting, Saint John’s, Newfoundland, Canada, July, 2016.

Rayment, K. M., E. K. Hofmeister, T. E. Rocke, and G. M. Bron.  2016.  Detection of antibodies for serodiagnosis of plague and hantavirus in wild rodent species. 65th annual international Wildlife Disease Association conference, Ithaca, NY, July 31st – August 5th 2016.  (Poster)

Richgels, K. L. D., R. E. Russell, D. Walsh, M. R. Matchett, and T. E. Rocke.  Modeling vaccination strategies as a management tool for sylvatic plague.  Ecology and Evolution of Infections and Disease, Ithaca, NY June 4th, 2016.  (Poster)

Rocke, T., D. Biggins, K. L. D. Richgels, and D. Eads.  2016.  USGS Plague Research.  USGS-AFWA webinar series, Feb. 4th, 2016.

Rocke, T.E.   2015.  Development of potential vaccines against White Nose Syndrome in bats. FWS White Nose Syndrome Webinar, December 2015.  (Invited)

Rocke, T.E., J. Lorch, J. E. Osorio, and B. Klein.  2015.  Assessing vaccination as a tool to prevent White Nose Syndrome in bats. American Fish and Wildlife Association Webinar, December 2015.  (Invited)

Rypel., A. L.  2015.  Renewed need for fisheries ecology in a rapidly changing world.  Iowa State University, Nov, 2015.  (Invited)

Rypel, A. L.  2016.  Need for fisheries ecology in a stone cold crazy world.  University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, Feb, 2016.  (Invited)

Rypel, A. L.  2016.  Production ecology in freshwater fisheries: implications for sustainable natural resource management.  University of Minnesota, May, 2016.  (Invited)

Rypel, A. L.  2016.  Long-term trends in production rates of walleye in Wisconsin. Minnesota DNR, June, 2016.  (Invited)

Tunney, T. D.  2016.  Foodweb forethought: considering trophic interaction to better understand fisheries in our changing world.  Department of Fisheries and Oceans. Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Centre.  St. John’s Newfoundland, Canada, May, 2016. (Invited)

West, E., and Z. Peery.  2016.  The Foraging and Population Ecology of Steller’s Jays: Implications for Marbled Murrelet Conservation. January 28, 2016, Santa Cruz, CA.

Zuckerberg, B.  2016.  Citizen science as an essential tool for studying the impacts of climate change on birds.  Keynote speaker for the Wisconsin Citizen-based Monitoring Conference, April 1, Stevens Point, WI.  (Invited)