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Poster Session Index

The poster session at the Albany II workshop featured posters on regional landscape-scale conservation efforts and projects.

Conserving the Stage: Climate Change and the Geophysical Underpinnings of Species Diversity
Mark Anderson, The Nature Conservancy

Regional Indicators and Measures: Beyond Conservation Land; Conservation Status of Key Habitats and SGCN in the Eastern Region
Mark Anderson and Arlene Olivero Sheldon, The Nature Conservancy

Terrestrial & Species Measures for Northeastern United States
Mark Anderson, Arlene Olivero Sheldon, The Nature Conservancy

Freshwater Measures for Northeastern United States
Mark Anderson, Olivero Sheldon, The Nature Conservancy

Secured Land Database for Northeast United States
Mark Anderson, Arlene Sheldon, Melissa Clark

Species of Greatest Conservation Need Site Adaptive Capacity, Resilience, and Connectivity
Mark Anderson, Arlene Sheldon, Melissa Clark, Charles Ferree

An Interactive, GIS-Based Application to Estimate Continuous, Unimpacted Daily Streamflow at Ungaged Locations in the Connecticut River Basin
Stacey A. Archfield, Hydrologist, MA-RI Water Science Center, U.S. Geological Survey

SHARP: Salt marsh habitat & Avian Research Program
David Curson, Chris Elphik, Tom Hodgman, Brian Olsen, Greg Shriver

A Terrestrial Habitat Map for the Northeast United States
Charles Ferree, Mark Anderson

Development of an Online Database to Enhance the Conservation of SGCN Invertebrates in the Northeast Region
James W. Fetzner Jr., John E. Rawlins

Rangewide New England Cottontail Initiative
Steve Fuller, Wildlife Management Institute, and James Oehler, NH Fish and Game

Vulnerabilities to Climate Change of Northeastern Fish and Wildlife Habitats
Hector Galbraith, Manomet Center for Conservation Sciences; Curtis Fisher, George Gay, and Chris Hilke, National Wildlife Federation

Northeast Terrestrial Habitat Classification System; Creation of Regional Habitat Cover Maps: Application of the Northeast Terrestrial Habitat Classification System
Sue Gawler, NatureServe; Mark Anderson and Charles Ferree, The Nature Conservancy

Forecast effects of accelerating sea-level rise on the habitat of Atlantic Coast piping plovers and identify responsive conservation strategies
Sarah Karpanty, Virginia Tech and Rob Thieler, USGS Woods Hole Science Center

Development of Noninvasive Monitoring Tools for New England Cottontail Populations: Implications for Tracking Early Successional Ecosystem Health
Adrienne Kovach, University of New Hampshire

Regional Geographic Network Partnerships Supporting Sustainable Landscapes – The North Atlantic Landscape Conservation Cooperative
Anne Kuhn, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

Brook Trout NALCC Project: Forecasting local Population Persistence
Ben Letcher, Keith Nislow, Austin Polebitski, Michael Morrissey, Doug Sigourney, Paul Schuller, Krzysztar Sakredja, Matt O’donnell, Todd Dubreuil

A Tool for Assessing Connectivity Dams and Fish in the Northeastern U.S.
Erik Martin, Colin Apse

Providing Science and Tools in Support of the North Atlantic Landscape Conservation Cooperative: Designing Sustainable Landscapes for Wildlife in the North Atlantic Landscape Conservation Cooperative
Dr. Kevin McGarigal, University of Massachusetts

Designing Sustainable Landscapes for Wildlife in the Eastern United States: Decision Support Tools for Conservation
SE: Dr. Jaime Collazo, Steve Williams, Dr. Alexa McKerrow, Dr. J Barry Grand
NE: Dr. Kevin McGarigal, Dr. Teresa Donovan, Dr. W. Scott Schwenck

Northeast Aquatic Classification and Mapping/ Northeast Aquatic Habitat Classification System
Arlene Olivero and Mark Anderson, The Nature Conservancy

Northeast Regional Connectivity Assessment Project
Arlene Olivero and Colin Apse, The Nature Conservancy

RPA America 2050’s Northeast Landscape Initiative Atlas
Rob Pirani, RPA, Doris Duke Charitable foundation, USDA Forest Service Northeastern Area, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy

Exploring the Connection Between Arousal Patterns in Hibernating Bats and White Nose syndrome: Immediate Funding Needs for the Northeast Region
DeAnn M. Reader

Laboratory and Field Testing of Treatments for White Nose Syndrome: Immediate Funding needs for the Northeast Region
DeAnn M. Reader

Development of Model Guidelines for Assisting Local Planning Boards with Conservation of Species of Greatest Conservation Need and their Key Habitats through Local Land Use Planning
Lesley Sneddon, NatureServe

Maine’s Beginning With Habitat: Translating State Wildlife Action Plan Priorities for Local Implementation
Steve Walker, Maine Inland Fisheries and Wildlife

Northeast State of the Frogs: Development of Regional Analysis for Frog Call Survey Data from the North American Amphibian Monitoring Program
Linda Weir, USGS Patuxent Wildlife Research Center

Staying Connected in the Northern Appalachians: Mitigating Fragmentation & Climate Change Impacts on Wildlife through Functional Habitat Linkages
Mark Zankel, The Nature Conservancy

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