TWEL and SENR Presentations and Posters

Sep. 5, 2018

List of presentations and posters at the 25th Annual Conference of The Wildlife Society, October 7-11, 2018 in Cleveland, OH by wildlife faculty, staff and students in the School of Environment and Natural Resources' Terrestrial Wildlife Ecology Lab. 

 

TWEL Contributed Papers

10/8/18            White-Tailed Deer I

8:50AM

Foraging Behavior of White-Tailed Deer in Response to an Indicator of Coyote Presence in a Suburban Forest Preserve

 

Gretchen Anchor; Shane McKenzie; Chris Anchor; Stanley Gehrt

 

10/8/18            Wetland Birds

8:10AM

Factors Affecting Detection Probability and Abundance of Virginia Rail and Sora in the Lake Erie Coastal Marshes of Northern Ohio

 

James Hansen; Nicole Hengst; Brendan Shirkey; John Simpson; Robert Gates

 

10/8/18            Herpetology I

3:20PM

Forest Communities and Amphibians: Linking Trees to Colonization

 

Michael P. Graziano; William Peterman; Stephen Matthews

 

10/8/18            Avian Ecology & Management I

12:50PM

Quantifying Land Use and Climate Pressures on Avian Distribution By Looking Back to Understand the Magnitude of Future Projections

 

Stephen N. Matthews; Matthew Shumar; Paul Rodewald

4:40PM

Composition of Forest Assemblages as the Basis for Predicting Avian Community Composition

 

Bryce Adams; Stephen Matthews

 

10/10/2018      New Technology II

8:10AM

Understanding How Landscape Features Affect Gene Flow: Advances in Resistance Surface Optimization for Landscape Genetic Studies

 

William E. Peterman; Kristopher Winiarski; Kevin McGarigal

 

10/11/18          Habitat Conservation & Wildlife

8:30AM

Implications of Changing Oak and Maple Dynamics for Understanding Stability of Wildlife Habitats in Southeast Ohio

 

Donald Radcliffe; Stephen Matthews; David Hix

 

10/11/18          Conservation and Ecology of Mammals V

1:30PM

Examining Exploratory Tendencies of Free-Ranging Coyotes Via Novel Object Testing

 

Katie E. Robertson; Shane C. McKenzie; Chris Anchor; Stanley D. Gehrt

 

10/11/18          Coyotes

1:10PM

Genetic Aspects of Boldness and Aggression in Urban Coyotes

 

Ashley Wurth; Jean Dubach; Stanley Gehrt

1:30PM

All in the Family: Territorial Inheritance and Budding in the Urban Landscape

 

Hance Ellington; Ashley Wurth; Stan Gehrt

Symposium Presentations by SENR &TWEL

 

10/10/18          Wildlife Responses to Marcellus-Utica Shale Gas Development and the Next Steps for Wildlife Conservation

8:50AM

Impacts of Human Disturbance Resulting From the Shale Gas Industry on the Reproductive Success of Birds

 

Emily H. Thomas; Lewis M. Loyla; Margaret C. Brittingham; Scott H. Stoleson; Gabriel R. Karns; Stephen N. Matthews

1:50PM

Managing for Pollinators Within Pipeline Corridors

 

Claire Beck

2:10PM

Managing for Herpetofauna Within Pipeline Corridors

 

Gabriel R. Karns

 

10/10/18          From Human Dimensions ot Education and Outreach and Back Again: Intergrating the Conservation Story

12:50PM

Applying a Systems Approach to Understanding Human Behavior to Improve Wildlife Management.

 

Alia Dietsch

 

10/10/2018      Understanding the Human Dimensio0ns of Waterfowl and Wetlands Stakeholders: A Continental Study

9:30AM

Trust in Wildlife Management: Comparing Hunters and Birdwatchers.

 

Kristina Slagle; Alia M. Dietsch; David C. Fulton; Robyn S. Wilson; Jeremy T. Bruskotter

 

10/11/2018      Private Sector Wildlife Biologists and the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation

1:30PM

The Future of the Conservation Is Understanding People

 

Jeremy T. Bruskotter

TWEL Posters

10/8/18            Poster Session I

20 Habitat Relationships of Virginia Rails and Soras in Impounded Marshes in the Western Basin of Lake Erie in Ohio

Nicole Hengst; James Hansen; Brendan Shirkey; John Simpson; Robert Gates

 

10/9/18            Poster Session II

21 Hunting and Fishing Participation Among College Students: Implications for Wildlife Conservation

Victoria Vayer; Lincoln Larson; Kangjae Lee; M. Nils Peterson; Adam Ahlers; Ryan Sharp; Kris Irwin; Kyle Woosnam; Samuel Keith; James Farmer; Shawn Riley; Chris Henderson; Elizabeth Metcalf; Tim Van Deelen; Christine Anhalt-Depies; Jeremy Bruskotter; Rich

 

10/10/18          Poster Session III

14 Assessing Riparian Land-Use of Salamanders Following Fire

Philip Gould

 

18 Eat Or Be Eaten: the Importance of Aquatic Invertebrates as Predators and Food Sources of Pool-Breeding Amphibians

Renna Wittum; Michael Graziano; Stephen Matthews

 

22 Effects of Urbanization on Red-Backed Salamander Population Abundance and Diversity

Andrew J. Wilk; Kate C. Donlon; William E. Peterman

 

23 Evaluating Potential Effects of Proximity to Roadways in a Road-Naïve Population of Turtles

Nicole M. Weigand; Ryan B. Wagner; Christopher M. Tonra; Viorel Popescu

 

27 Multiple Environmental Gradients Influence the Distribution and Abundance of a Key Forest-Health Indicator Species in the Southern Appalachian Mountains

Meaghan Gade; William Peterman

 

32 Strip Mines and Salamanders, Investigating the Genetic Impact of Extreme Habitat Disturbance on Populations

Kate C. Donlon

 

36 Timber Rattlesnake Home Range Estimates and Habitat Use on Forestry Lands in Ohio

Andrew S. Hoffman; Annalee M. Tutterow; William E. Peterman

 

10/11/18          Poster Session IV

25th Annual Meeting of The Wildlife Society

October 7-11, 2018, Cleveland, OH

 

TWEL Contributed Papers

 

10/8/18            White-Tailed Deer I

8:50AM

Foraging Behavior of White-Tailed Deer in Response to an Indicator of Coyote Presence in a Suburban Forest Preserve

 

Gretchen Anchor; Shane McKenzie; Chris Anchor; Stanley Gehrt

 

10/8/18            Wetland Birds

8:10AM

Factors Affecting Detection Probability and Abundance of Virginia Rail and Sora in the Lake Erie Coastal Marshes of Northern Ohio

 

James Hansen; Nicole Hengst; Brendan Shirkey; John Simpson; Robert Gates

 

10/8/18            Herpetology I

3:20PM

Forest Communities and Amphibians: Linking Trees to Colonization

 

Michael P. Graziano; William Peterman; Stephen Matthews

 

10/8/18            Avian Ecology & Management I

12:50PM

Quantifying Land Use and Climate Pressures on Avian Distribution By Looking Back to Understand the Magnitude of Future Projections

 

Stephen N. Matthews; Matthew Shumar; Paul Rodewald

4:40PM

Composition of Forest Assemblages as the Basis for Predicting Avian Community Composition

 

Bryce Adams; Stephen Matthews

 

10/10/2018      New Technology II

8:10AM

Understanding How Landscape Features Affect Gene Flow: Advances in Resistance Surface Optimization for Landscape Genetic Studies

 

William E. Peterman; Kristopher Winiarski; Kevin McGarigal

10/11/18          Habitat Conservation & Wildlife

8:10AM

Poaching as a Sociological Phenomenon: Constructed Crossroads and Conflicts Among the People and Pachyderms of Sub-Saharan Africa

 

Shelby Carlson

10/11/18          Habitat Conservation & Wildlife

8:30AM

Implications of Changing Oak and Maple Dynamics for Understanding Stability of Wildlife Habitats in Southeast Ohio

 

Donald Radcliffe; Stephen Matthews; David Hix

 

10/11/18          Conservation and Ecology of Mammals V

1:30PM

Examining Exploratory Tendencies of Free-Ranging Coyotes Via Novel Object Testing

 

Katie E. Robertson; Shane C. McKenzie; Chris Anchor; Stanley D. Gehrt

 

10/11/18          Coyotes

1:10PM

Genetic Aspects of Boldness and Aggression in Urban Coyotes

 

Ashley Wurth; Jean Dubach; Stanley Gehrt

1:30PM

All in the Family: Territorial Inheritance and Budding in the Urban Landscape

 

Hance Ellington; Ashley Wurth; Stan Gehrt

Symposium Presentations by SENR &TWEL

 

10/10/18          Wildlife Responses to Marcellus-Utica Shale Gas Development and the Next Steps for Wildlife Conservation

8:50AM

Impacts of Human Disturbance Resulting From the Shale Gas Industry on the Reproductive Success of Birds

 

Emily H. Thomas; Lewis M. Loyla; Margaret C. Brittingham; Scott H. Stoleson; Gabriel R. Karns; Stephen N. Matthews

1:50PM

Managing for Pollinators Within Pipeline Corridors

 

Claire Beck

2:10PM

Managing for Herpetofauna Within Pipeline Corridors

 

Gabriel R. Karns

 

10/10/18          From Human Dimensions ot Education and Outreach and Back Again: Intergrating the Conservation Story

12:50PM

Applying a Systems Approach to Understanding Human Behavior to Improve Wildlife Management.

 

Alia Dietsch

 

10/10/2018      Understanding the Human Dimensio0ns of Waterfowl and Wetlands Stakeholders: A Continental Study

9:30AM

Trust in Wildlife Management: Comparing Hunters and Birdwatchers.

 

Kristina Slagle; Alia M. Dietsch; David C. Fulton; Robyn S. Wilson; Jeremy T. Bruskotter

 

 

 

10/11/2018      Private Sector Wildlife Biologists and the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation

1:30PM

The Future of the Conservation Is Understanding People

 

Jeremy T. Bruskotter

 

TWEL Posters

 

10/8/18            Poster Session I

20 Habitat Relationships of Virginia Rails and Soras in Impounded Marshes in the Western Basin of Lake Erie in Ohio

Nicole Hengst; James Hansen; Brendan Shirkey; John Simpson; Robert Gates

 

10/9/18            Poster Session II

21 Hunting and Fishing Participation Among College Students: Implications for Wildlife Conservation

Victoria Vayer; Lincoln Larson; Kangjae Lee; M. Nils Peterson; Adam Ahlers; Ryan Sharp; Kris Irwin; Kyle Woosnam; Samuel Keith; James Farmer; Shawn Riley; Chris Henderson; Elizabeth Metcalf; Tim Van Deelen; Christine Anhalt-Depies; Jeremy Bruskotter; Rich

 

10/10/18          Poster Session III

14 Assessing Riparian Land-Use of Salamanders Following Fire

Philip Gould

 

18 Eat Or Be Eaten: the Importance of Aquatic Invertebrates as Predators and Food Sources of Pool-Breeding Amphibians

Renna Wittum; Michael Graziano; Stephen Matthews

 

22 Effects of Urbanization on Red-Backed Salamander Population Abundance and Diversity

Andrew J. Wilk; Kate C. Donlon; William E. Peterman

 

23 Evaluating Potential Effects of Proximity to Roadways in a Road-Naïve Population of Turtles

Nicole M. Weigand; Ryan B. Wagner; Christopher M. Tonra; Viorel Popescu

 

27 Multiple Environmental Gradients Influence the Distribution and Abundance of a Key Forest-Health Indicator Species in the Southern Appalachian Mountains

Meaghan Gade; William Peterman

 

32 Strip Mines and Salamanders, Investigating the Genetic Impact of Extreme Habitat Disturbance on Populations

Kate C. Donlon

 

36 Timber Rattlesnake Home Range Estimates and Habitat Use on Forestry Lands in Ohio

Andrew S. Hoffman; Annalee M. Tutterow; William E. Peterman

 

10/11/18          Poster Session IV

42 Population Demographics of the North American River Otter in Ohio after 13 Years of Harvest.

Sara Adamczak; E. Hance Ellington; Stanley Gehrt

 

42 Population Demographics of the North American River Otter in Ohio after 13 Years of Harvest.

Sara Adamczak; E. Hance Ellington; Stanley Gehrt