Posters & Papers

Posters and Papers Presented at Professional Meetings

Unit Staff and Students

Samuel, M. D., and D. J. Storm.  2016. Chronic wasting disease: infection and mortality in midwestern white-tailed deer.  The Wildlife Society Annual Conference, Raleigh, NC.  October, 2016.

 Wolcott, D.M., C. A. Ribic, D. M. Donner, D. J. Rugg, A. J. Beck, S. Reinecke, and D. Eklund. 2016. Factors affecting lodge site selection by colonizing beavers in the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest, Wisconsin. Poster, The Wildlife Society 2016 Annual Meeting, Raleigh, NC, 15-19 October 2016.

Ribic, C.A., C.M. Byers, D.W. Sample, J.D. Dadisman, and M.R. Guttery. 2017. Grassland bird productivity in warm season grass fields in southwest Wisconsin. Presentation, The Wildlife Society 77th Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Lincoln, NE, 5-8 February 2017.  [IP-083733]

Wolcott, D.M., C. A. Ribic, R.R. Renfrew, J. Herkert, and D.W. Sample. 2017. Taking fledglings into consideration when assessing management impacts on grassland bird productivity. Presentation, The Wildlife Society 77th Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Lincoln, NE, 5-8 February 2017. [IP-083644]

Asper, S. and C. Ribic. 2017. Grassland bird species abundance on grazed and non-grazed lands at Buena Vista Wildlife Area, WI. Presentation, The Wildlife Society Wisconsin State Chapter Annual meeting, Milwaukee, WI, 28 February-2 March 2017.

Byers, BJ and C. A. Ribic. 2017. Grassland bird response to annual herbaceous biomass harvest on the Leopold Wetland Management District, Wisconsin. Presentation, The Wildlife Society Wisconsin State Chapter Annual Meeting, Milwaukee, WI, 28 February-2 March 2017.

Wolcott, D.M., C. A. Ribic, R.R. Renfrew, and D.W. Sample. 2017. Potential impacts of Wisconsin public land management on grassland bird productivity. Presentation, The Wildlife Society Wisconsin State Chapter Annual meeting, Milwaukee, WI, 28 February-2 March 2017. [IP-084635]

Dudzinski, K.M., H.M. Hill, C.A. Ribic, and T.T. Bolton. 2017. Maternal style and sibling choice: pectoral fin contact shared within mother/calf pairs and between siblings. Presentation, European Association for Aquatic Mammals 45th Annual Symposium, 8 – 11 March, Acquario di Genova, Italy.

Zuckerberg, B., L.A. McCauley, and C.A. Ribic. 2017. Assessing climate change vulnerability of grassland birds. NE Climate Science Center Regional Science Meeting, Amherst, MA, 15-17 May.  [Invited]

Ribic, C., D. Donner, D. Brown, and C. Bocetti. 2017. Viability of Kirtland’s Warbler under changing management conditions. Symposium presentation, American Ornithology 2017, Joint Meeting of the American Ornithological Society and the Society of Canadian Ornithologists,, East Lansing, MI, 31 July – 5 August, 2017. [Invited]

Donner, D.M., C.A. Ribic, D.J. Brown, D.M. Wolcott, C. Bocetti, T. Greco, and M. Nelson. 2017. Kirtland’s Warbler summer and winter habitat changes in response to future climate condition scenarios. Symposium presentation, American Ornithology 2017, Joint Meeting of the American Ornithological Society, East Lansing, MI, 31 July – 5 August, 2017. [Invited]

Ribic, C., C. S. Ng, N. Koper, K. Ellison, and P. J. Pietz. 2017. Diel fledging patterns in grassland birds. Presentation, American Ornithology 2017, Joint Meeting of the American Ornithological Society and the Society of Canadian Ornithologists, East Lansing, MI, 31 July – 5 August, 2017.

Byers, BJ and C. A. Ribic*. 2017. Grassland bird response to annual herbaceous biomass harvest on the Leopold Wetland Management District, Wisconsin. Presentation, The Wildlife Society 24th Annual Conference, Albuquerque, NM, 23-27 September.

Unit Affiliates

Vanderwolf KJ. 2016. Effects of white-nose syndrome on bat populations in New Brunswick, Canada. Wisconsin Bat Festival: Science Symposium. Milwaukee Public Museum. 1 October 2016.

Vanderwolf KJ, Malloch D, McAlpine DF. 2016. Bugs and big brown: potential transmission routes for Pseudogymnoascus destructans. 46th North America Symposium on Bat Research. San Antonio, Texas. 12-15 October 2016.

Vanderwolf KJ. 2016. The biology of bats. Live webinar for First Lego League, Vaughan, Ontario. 4 December 2016.

Bron, G.M. 2017. Small rodent diseases on the prairie, Why your sterile technique is useful in the wild.’ Invited speaker for the seminar of the UW-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine Wildlife, Exotics, Zoo Animal Medicine Club (WEZAM) (February 2017)

Bron, G.M. 2017. Evidence of small rodent involvement in plague outbreaks on prairie dog colonies’ Wisconsin Ecology Symposium, UW-Madison (April 2017)

Bron, G.M.. 2017. Rodents as disease reservoirs: How plague is maintained on US prairies’ Global Health Symposium, UW-Madison (April 2017)

Rocke, TE, JE Osorio, and B Klein. 2017. Vaccination as a potential means to control White Nose Syndrome in bats.  White Nose Syndrome  Workshop, Nashville TN, May 2017 (Invited)

Vanderwolf KJ, Lorch JM, and Blehert DS. 2017. Fungal skin assemblages on bat species in western North America. WNS workshop in Nashville Tennessee. 23-25 May 2017.

Rocke, TE, B Stading, D Streicker, K Bakker, JE Osorio. 2017. The feasibility of controlling rabies in vampire bats (Desmodus rotundus) through topical application of vaccine. 66th International conference of the Wildlife Disease Association, San Cristobal, Mexico, July 2017.

Bron, G.M. 2017. Evidence of small rodent involvement in plague outbreaks on prairie dog colonies. Oral presentation in the student session of the 66th International conference of the Wildlife Disease Association, San Cristobal, Mexico (July 2017)

Vanderwolf KJ, McAlpine DF, Malloch D, and Lorch J. 2017. Fungal diversity in caves and on hibernating bats in North America.  Speleo 2017: 17th International Congress of Speleology, Sydney Australia. 23-29 July 2017.

Bron, G.M. 2017. Evidence of small rodent involvement in plague outbreaks on prairie dog colonies. Oral presentation in the student session of the 66th International conference of the Wildlife Disease Association, San Cristobal de las Casas, Mexico (August 2017)