CASC Participation at the 2019 The Wildlife Society (TWS) & American Fisheries Society (AFS) Meeting

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Check out these presentations at the TWS & AFS meeting from leadership and staff of the National and Regional Climate Adaptation Science Centers! 

Are you attending the 2019 The Wildlife Society & American Fisheries Society meeting (September 29 - October 3, 2019) in Reno, NV? Check out these presentations from leadership and staff of the National and Regional Climate Adaptation Science Centers! Hope to see you there!

 

A bright red underbelly of a trout is shown as the fish is swimming in a shallow rocky stream.

Rio Grande Cutthroat Trout.

Credit: National Park Service

Monday, September 30

Session: Climate Adaptation Strategies in Fish and Wildlife Management

Organizers: Madeleine A. Rubenstein (National CASC), Sarah Weiskopf (National CASC), T. Douglas Beard (National CASC)

Time: 8:00 am - 9:40 am

Location: Reno-Sparks CC, RSCC, D3

 

Presentation: Climate Change Refugia for the Conservation of Fish and Wildlife

Contributor: Toni Lyn Morelli (Northeast CASC)

Time: 8:00 am - 8:20 am

Location: Reno-Sparks CC, RSCC, D3

 

Presentation: Ecological Dynamics and Adaptive Management of Fisheries and Wildlife in a Coupled Social-Ecological System in a Central African Flooded Forest

Contributors: Mitchell Eaton (Southeast CASC), Matthew Shirley, Thomas J. Kwak, Pallab Mozumder, Ben Evans, Theodore Trefon, Michelle Wieland

Time: 09:00 am - 09:20 am

Location: Reno-Sparks CC, RSCC, A10

 

Presentation: Climate Adaptation Science in the Pacific Northwest: Building a Collaborative Network for Responding to Climate Change

Contributors: Elizabeth Glenn (Northwest CASC), Nicole DeCrappeo (Northwest CASC), Charles Jones, Amy Snover (Northwest CASC researcher), Meade Krosby (Northwest CASC researcher)

Time: 02:10 pm - 02:30 pm

Location: Reno-Sparks CC, RSCC, F3

 

Presentation: Developing an Occupancy-Based Monitoring Framework for Wolverines in the Cascades

Contributors: Robert Emmet (Northwest CASC fellow), Robert Long, Beth Gardner

Time: 02:10 pm - 02:30 pm

Location: Reno-Sparks CC, RSCC, F10

 

Presentation: Incorporating Climate Science into Species Status Assessments

Contributors: Ryan Boyles (Southeast CASC), Adam Terando (Southeast CASC), Jeremy Littell (Alaska CASC), Stephen Jackson (Southwest CASC), Olivia LeDee (Northwest CASC), Emily Fort (Southeast CASC), Kate Malpeli (National CASC)

Time:  04:00 pm - 04:20 pm

Location: Reno-Sparks CC, RSCC, D7

 

Presentation: The Unnatural History of Fish Migrations in the Laurentian Great Lakes, and Needs for Strategic Restoration

Authors: Peter McIntyre (Northeast CASC researcher), Solomon David, Ashley H. Moerke, Evan Childress, Thomas Neeson, Allison Moody, Matthew E. Herbert, Mary Khoury, Patrick J. Doran, Matthew Diebel, Michael Ferris, Steven Wangen, Karen J. Murchie

Time: 01:10 pm - 01:30 pm

Location: Reno-Sparks CC, RSCC, A3

 

Wednesday, October 2

Presentation: Direct and Indirect Effects of Climate and Biotic Factors on Wildlife Communities in the Northeastern U.S.

Authors: Alexej Siren (Northeast CASC fellow)

Time: 03:40 pm - 04:00 pm

Location: Reno-Sparks CC, RSCC, D6

 

Thursday, October 3

Presentation: Impacts of Temperature and Non-Native Brown Trout on Rio Grande Cutthroat Trout Production

Contributors: Lauren Flynn, Brock Huntsman, Colleen Caldwell (Southwest CASC), Abigail Lynch (National CASC)

Time: 03:20 pm - 03:40 pm

Location: Atlantis Hotel, Atlantis, Grand Ballroom 3

 

Presentation: Non-Native Introgression Alters Seasonal Growth and Migratory Patterns of Native Salmonids in Three Wild Populations

Contributor: Jeffrey Strait (Northwest CASC Fellow), Lisa Eby, Ryan Kovach, Clint Muhlfeld, Matthew C. Boyer, Stephen Amish, Gordon Luikart

Time: 04:20 pm - 4:40 pm

Location: Reno-Sparks CC, RSCC, A2