Presentations

Organizer of Symposium

2013  “Behind the Scenes of Landscape Genetics: A Focus on Methodologies”. The Wildlife Society annual meeting in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The networking that occurred here led to the development of the Genetics Working Group within The Wildlife Society.

Invited Speaker

2013 “Circulation: Anatomy and Function” Indiana University South Bend, Biology Dept.

2010 “Investigating Wildlife with Genetics” U. of Notre Dame, Biology Dept., Mammalogy.

2008 “Coyote Mating System and Pack Structure” Purdue chapter of the Wildlife Society.

Presentations (Representational List)

17.  May 30, 2015 – Carnegie Museum of Natural History’s Salvage Logging and Ecology Symposium – Poster

“Community ecology effects of biomass harvesting”

Co-authors Patrick Ruhl, Rob Chapman, Jeff Holland, Keith Summerville, Michael Saunders, and John B. Dunning.

16.  April 22, 2015 – Purdue University Department of Biological Sciences EcoLunch – Presentation

“The post-harvest effects of removing biomass on salamanders, moths, and beetles: a forest ecology study in Southeastern Indiana”

Co-authors Patrick Ruhl, Rob Chapman, Eva Haviarova, Jeff Holland, Keith Summerville, Michael Saunders, and John B. Dunning.

15.  March 18, 2015 – Sun Grant Initiative Annual Meeting – Paper

“Economic and ecological impacts of woody biomass harvest in deciduous forests”

Co-authors Patrick Ruhl, Eva Haviarova, Jeff Holland, Keith Summerville, Michael Saunders, and John B. Dunning.

14.  February 9, 2015 – 75th Annual Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference – Paper

“The effects of downed coarse woody debris on salamanders, moths, and beetles: a forest ecology study in Southeastern Indiana”

Co-authors Patrick Ruhl, Jeff Holland, Keith Summerville, Michael Saunders, and John B. Dunning.

13.  2014 – The Wildlife Society Annual Meeting – Poster

“Estimating densities, abundances of small mammals and dominant mesopredators in central and southern Indiana with spatial capture-recapture models”

Primary author Tricia Tsai and co-author Patrick Zollner.

12.  2013 – Wisconsin Chapter of The Wildlife Society – Paper

“Tracking wolf populations across heterogeneous landscapes with genetic models”

11.  2012 – Purdue University Environmental Sciences and Engineering Symposium – Poster

“Anthropogenic barriers for six common mammal species in Indiana”

10.  2012 – Purdue Dept of Forestry and Natural Resources Annual Research Symposium – Poster

“Interstate highways as barriers to dispersal for eastern chipmunks”

9.  2011 – 91st Annual Meeting of the American Society of Mammalogists – Poster

“Interstate highways as barriers to dispersal for chipmunks”

8.  2010 – Indiana Chapter of the Wildlife Society Annual Meeting – Paper

“Interstate highways as barriers to animal movement”

7.  2007 – 68th Annual Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference – Paper

“Coyote pack membership in the Greater Chicago Metropolitan Area”

6.  2007 – 87th Annual American Society of Mammalogists Conference – Paper

“Monogamy and den-sharing in a suburban coyote population”

5.  2007 – 21st Annual Edward F. Hayes Graduate Research Forum, OSU – Paper

“Mating strategies of a suburban coyote population”

4.  2007 – 27th Annual Midwest Ecology and Evolution Conference – Paper

“Monogamy and double-litters in a suburban coyote population”

3.  2006 – 67th Annual Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference – Paper

“Mating strategy of an urban coyote population”

2.  May 29, 2002 – Undergraduate Research Seminar, Dept. of Biological Sciences, University of Cincinnati – Paper

“The effects of organic matter on movement of heavy metals through petrochemically contaminated soils”

Co-authors Heather Henry and Jodi Shann

1.  August 21, 2001 – Women in Engineering and Science, Dept. of Biological Sciences, University of Cincinnati – Paper

“Movement of heavy metals through contaminated soils”

Co-authors Heather Henry and Jodi Shann

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