Buildings - Steve Norman, U.S. Forest Service - © 2016
Bear - Steve Norman, U.S. Forest Service - © 2016
Buildings - Steve Norman, U.S. Forest Service - © 2016
Art - Steve Norman, U.S. Forest Service - © 2016
Ghosts - Steve Norman, U.S. Forest Service - © 2016
Greenway - Steve Norman, U.S. Forest Service - © 2016
Buildings - Steve Norman, U.S. Forest Service - © 2016
Buildings - Steve Norman, U.S. Forest Service - © 2016
Beverage - Steve Norman, U.S. Forest Service - © 2016
Martin - Steve Norman, U.S. Forest Service - © 2016
Buildings - Steve Norman, U.S. Forest Service - © 2016
Cabin - Steve Norman, U.S. Forest Service - © 2016
Kudzu - Steve Norman, U.S. Forest Service - © 2016
Buildings - Steve Norman, U.S. Forest Service - © 2016
Fragmentation - Steve Norman, U.S. Forest Service - © 2016
Art - Steve Norman, U.S. Forest Service - © 2016
Shortia - Steve Norman, U.S. Forest Service - © 2016
Buildings - Steve Norman, U.S. Forest Service - © 2016
Art - Steve Norman, U.S. Forest Service - © 2016
Buildings - Steve Norman, U.S. Forest Service - © 2016
Walnut Cove - Steve Norman, U.S. Forest Service - © 2016
Amphitheatre - Steve Norman, U.S. Forest Service - © 2016
Art - Steve Norman, U.S. Forest Service - © 2016
Buildings - Steve Norman, U.S. Forest Service - © 2016
Buildings - Steve Norman, U.S. Forest Service - © 2016

Poster Listing

01
Frogs found, an analysis of landscape change in locations of species rediscovery
Matt S Grisnik (Marshall University)
Anne Axel (Marshall University)
02
Protecting wetlands in agricultural landscapes: Buffer zones vs. broad-scale forest preservation
Margaret E Sawatzky (Carleton University)
Lenore Fahrig (Carleton University)
03
Determining the distribution of declining bats in north Georgia
John F Grider (Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources, University of Georgia)
Steven B Castleberry (Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources, University of Georgia)
Jeffrey Hepinstall-Cymerman (Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources, University of Georgia)
04
Contribution of riparian forest to structural corridors of Chile
Isabel M Rojas (1 SILVIS Lab, Department of Forest and Wildlife Ecology, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA)
Sebastian Martinuzzi (1 SILVIS Lab, Department of Forest and Wildlife Ecology, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA)
Anna M Pidgeon (1 SILVIS Lab, Department of Forest and Wildlife Ecology, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA)
Volker C Radeloff (1 SILVIS Lab, Department of Forest and Wildlife Ecology, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA)
05
Development of techniques for transplanting partial myco-heterotrophic Orchidaceae species
Yosuke Watanabe (Institute of Technology, Shimizu Corporation)
Sotaro Yonemura (Institute of Technology, Shimizu Corporation)
Naoki Shiomi (Graduate School of Frontier Sciences, The University of Tokyo)
Kazuhide Nara (Graduate School of Frontier Sciences, The University of Tokyo)
Tsuyoshi Seike (Graduate School of Frontier Sciences, The University of Tokyo)
Kenji Fukuda (Graduate School of Agricultural and Life Sciences, The University of Tokyo)
Tomochika Tokunaga (Graduate School of Frontier Sciences, The University of Tokyo)
Takeshi Tange (Graduate School of Agricultural and Life Sciences, The University of Tokyo)
Makoto Yokohari (Graduate School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo)
06
Forest cover loss and anthropogenic modification in Virunga National Park
Jess M Conatser (Marshall University)
Anne Axel (Marshall University)
07
Functional heterogeneity of Pan troglodytes in montane rainforests
Maegan A Fitzgerald (Texas A&M University)
Robert N Coulson (Texas A&M University)
09
Human-elephant conflict in Myanmar
Christie L Sampson (Clemson University)
David W Tonkyn (Clemson University)
Melissa Songer (Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute)
Peter Leimgruber (Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute)
10
Landscape genetics of a dominant foundation species in the Gulf of Mexico
Hayley R Tumas (University of Georgia)
Brian M Shamblin (University of Georgia)
Nathan P Nibbelink (University of Georgia)
Mark S Woodrey (Grand Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve)
Richard B Chandler (University of Georgia)
Campbell J Nairn (University of Georgia)
12
Assessing the effects of landscape change on the provision of water supply and quality through spatially explicit modeling
Rodrigo E Fuentes (Universidad de Concepción)
Cristian M Echeverría (Universidad de Concepción)
Andrés A Esparza (Universidad de Concepción)
13
Landscape dynamics of floral resources: Implications for cultural ecosystem service supply in the Southern Appalachians
Rose A Graves (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
Scott M Pearson (Mars Hill University)
Monica G Turner (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
14
The ecosystem service potential of urbanizing South Africa: An urban ecological approach
Scott M Beck (North Carolina State Unviersity)
David N Bunn (University of the Witwatersrand)
Mary L Cadenasso (University of California - Davis)
Dan Childers (Arizona State University)
Coleen Cluett (The Organization of Tropical Studies)
Liesel Ebersohn (University of Pretoria)
Ross K Meentemeyer (NCSU)
Steward TA Pickett (Cary Institute for Ecosystem Studies)
Rivers III (NCSU)
Louis Swemmer (SANParks)
Wayne Twine (University of the Witwatersrand)
Melissa R McHale (NCSU)
16
The Virginia Agricultural Model: A tool for conservation planning and prioritization
Kirsten R Hazler (Virginia Natural Heritage Program)
Tracy Tien (University of Richmond)
17
Integrating global socio-economic influences into a regional land use change model for China
Xia Xu (State Key Laboratory of Earth Surface Processes and Resource Ecology)
Yawei Cheng (State Key Laboratory of Earth Surface Processes and Resource Ecology)
Xia Li (State Key Laboratory of Earth Surface Processes and Resource Ecology)
Honglei Jiang (State Key Laboratory of Earth Surface Processes and Resource Ecology)
18
Applying spatial resilience concept to landscape pattern analysis of mega city: A case study on city of Shanghai
Jing Fu (Shanghai Normal University)
Jun Gao (Shanghai Normal University)
19
Cover crops reduce agricultural nutrient export in a simplified model of land use change in the Upper Beaver Creek Catchment, Ohio
Sarah E Eichler Inwood (University of Tennessee)
Virginia H Dale (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)
20
Landscape vulnerability to non-native plants in Interior Alaska
Megumi Aisu (University of Alaska Anchorage)
E Jamie Trammell (University of Alaska Anchorage)
Matthew L Carlson (University of Alaska Anchorage)
Frank Witmer (University of Alaska Anchorage)
21
Eco-epidemiological risk and sylvatic vectors of Chagas disease in Panama
Erin A Updyke (University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign)
Brian F Allan (University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign)
22
Climate, terrain and vegetation influence on wildfire skips
Abby K Fullem (Haverford College)
Ganapathy Narayanaraj (Swarthmore College)
24
Fire and disease interactions in the Sudden Oak Death system in Big Sur, California
Chris M Jones (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
Aaron Moody (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
Ross K Meentemeyer (North Carolina State)
Francesco Tonini (North Carolina State)
25
Land use change and indigenous communities: A case study from protected forest areas in Southern India
Divya R Swaminathan (Center for Development Research, University of Bonn, Germany)
26
Water for electricity: Impacts of habitat degradation and loss of connectivity on freshwater mussels
Snehal S Mhatre (Clemson University)
Alan Johnson (Clemson University)
27
Listening to the landscape
Bruce D Marron (Portland State University)
29
Distinguishing ephemeral from seasonally-persistent forest disturbances using NDVI time series
William M Christie (US Forest Service, Southern Research Station)
Steven P Norman (US Forest Service, Southern Research Station)
William W Hargrove (US Forest Service, Southern Research Station)
Joseph P Spruce (Self Represented)
31
Using remote sensing and GIS to evaluate vectors of disease dispersal
Melanie L Torres (Murray State University)
Howard H Whiteman (Murray State University)
32
Spatial analysis of riparian features for nutrient retention: Implications for ecosystem management
John P Lovette (Univ of North Carolina, Chapel Hill)
Jon M Duncan (Univ of North Carolina, Chapel Hill)
Lawrence E Band (Univ of North Carolina, Chapel Hill)
33
Change in avian habitat capacity is mediated by land cover changes in the Lake Saint-Pierre region, Québec
Benoît Jobin (Canadian Wildlife Service, Environment Canada)
Diane Dauphin (Canadian Wildlife Service, Environment Canada)
34
Vegetation dynamics and landscape change factors in a large coal power complex
Xiao Fu (Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences)
Mingfang Tang (Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences)
37
FUTURES-ABM: An empirically-grounded agent based model to simulate the underlying processes of urban growth
Georgina M Sanchez (Department of Forestry and Environmental Resources, NC State University)
Monica A Dorning (Geosciences and Environmental Change Science Center, U.S. Geological Survey)
Jennifer Koch (Department of Geography & Environmental Sustainability, The University of Oklahoma)
Ashwin Shashidharan (Department of Computer Science, NC State University)
Lindsey Smart (Department of Forestry and Environmental Resources, NC State University)
Jordan W Smith (Department of Environment and Society, Utah State University)
Derek Van Berkel (Center for Geospatial Analytics, NC State University)
Qiang Zhang (Center for Geospatial Analytics, NC State University and Dept. of Computer Science, NC State University)
Ross Meentemeyer (Dept. of Forestry and Environmental Resources, NC State University and Center for Geospatial Analytics, NC State University)
39
Forest loss and conversion to plantations in Malaysian tiger habitat
Varada S Shevade (University of Maryland)
Peter Potapov (University of Maryland)
Nancy Harris (World Resources Institute)
Dmitry Aksenov (Transparent World)
Tatiana V Loboda (University of Maryland)
40
The SLEUTH Wizard: Python scripts to automate the SLEUTH urban growth model
Alfonso Yanez (Shippensburg University)
Claire A Jantz (Shippensburg University)
Tiernan Erickson (US Census Bureau)
41
Spatially explicit modeling of several landscape features for the health of managed bees
Amanda Preslicka (Miami University)
Eric Lonsdorf (Franklin and Marshall)
David Mushet (USGS)
Emily Kirkpatrick (Miami University)
Amelie Y Davis (Miami University)
42
Social vulnerability and ebola virus disease in rural Libera
John A Stanturf (USDA Forest Service)
Scott L Goodrick (USDA Forest Service-Southern Research Station)
Melvin L Warren (USDA Forest Service)
Susan Charnley (USDA Forest Service)
Christie M Stegall (USDA Forest Service)
43
Public perception of smog: A case study in Ningbo City, China
Shuncheng Yang (Institute of Urban Environment, CAS)
44
Urban landscape study in 360 degrees
Rencai Dong (Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences)
Yonglin Zhang (Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences)
Shanlin Li (Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences)
Yuan Shen (Research Center for Eco-Environmental Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences)
47
Invertebrate diversity on urban green roofs in Charlotte, NC
Danielle KM Merritt (University of North Carolina at Charlotte)
Sara A Gagné (University of North Carolina at Charlotte)
48
Movement ecology of American White Ibis (Eudocimus albus) in South Florida, USA
Anjelika D Kidd (Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources, University of Georgia)
Jeffery Hepinstall-Cymerman (Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources, University of Georgia)
Sonia M Hernandez (Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources, University of Georgia)
49
Mice in a maze of coffee: How agricultural management affects genetic structure of a forest rodent
Kevin Li (University of Michigan)
Beatriz Otero-Jimenez (University of Michigan)
51
Patterns of surface water dynamics in salt playas of Texas over a 27-year span
Lucas J Heintzman (Department of Biological Sciences, Texas Tech University)
Scott M Starr (Department of Biological Sciences, Texas Tech University)
Caroline L Claassen (Department of Mathematics & Statistics, Texas Tech University)
Lucia S Barbato (Department of Geosciences, Texas Tech University)
Kevin R Mulligan (Department of Geosciences, Texas Tech University)
Nancy E McIntyre (Texas Tech University)
52
Are the drylands in northern China sustainable?A perspective from Ecological Footprint dynamics from 1990 to 2010
Jingwei Li (Beijing Normal University,China)
Zhifeng Liu (Beijing Normal University,China)
Chunyang He (Beijing Normal University,China)
55
Designing bioenergy landscapes to improve water quality through spatial allocation of conservation practices
Jasmine AF Kreig (Oak Ridge Associated Universities)
Henriette I Jager (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)
Latha M Baskaran (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)
Michael R Hilliard (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)
56
Spatial optimization of bioenergy feedstock introductions in the Arkansas White-Red River Basin: Trade-offs between nutrient loadings and agricultural economic benefits
David E Gorelick (UNC Chapel Hill)
Henriette I Jager (Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Center for Bioenergy Sustainability)
57
Tangible Landscape for ecologists
Brendan A Harmon (Center for Geospatial Analytics)
Anna Petrasova (Center for Geospatial Analytics)
Vaclav Petras (Center for Geospatial Analytics)
Helena Mitasova (Center for Geospatial Analytics)
Ross K Meentemeyer (Center for Geospatial Analytics)
58
Household decisions, landscape impacts: Flammability, exurban development and fire regime interactions.
Jelena Vukomanovic (Institute of Arctic & Alpine Research - CU Boulder)
Patrick S Bourgeron (CU Boulder)
59
The role of weather, fuel, and topography in regulating the spread of wildland fire in the western U.S.
Lisa M Holsinger (Aldo Leopold Wilderness Institute)
Sean A Parks (Aldo Leopold Wilderness Institute)
Carol Miller (Aldo Leopold Wilderness Institute)
60
How much deforestation do protected areas avoid in tropical Andean landscapes?
Pablo R Cuenca (Universidad de Concepción, Department of Forest Sciences, Landscape Ecology Laboratory, Concepción, Chile)
Rodrigo Arriagada (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Department of Ecosystems and Environment, Santiago, Chile)
Cristian Echeverría (Universidad of Concepción, Department of Forest Sciences, Landscape Ecology Laboratory, Concepción, Chile)