57 Statistics & Models III

Thursday, September 16, 2010: 8:00 AM-11:20 AM
320 (Convention Center)
Mary C. Fabrizio and Joseph E. Gerken
8:20 AM
Florida freshwater and tidal stream fish distribution mapping: Panhandle region
Jennifer A. Bock, M.S., Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
8:40 AM
Performance comparison of generalized linear model, generalized additive model and spatial interpolation for standardization of catch rate through a simulation study
Hao Yu, PhD, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science; Yan Jiao, PhD, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
9:00 AM
Estimating species tolerance to human perturbation: expert judgment versus quantitative approaches
Pedro Segurado, PhD, Instituto Superior de Agronomia; Robert M. Hughes, Oregon State University; José Maria Santos, Instituto Superior de Agronomia; Paulo Pinheiro, Instituto Superior de Agronomia; Didier Pont, Cemagref; Diego Garcia de Jalón, Universidad Politecnica de Madrid; Maria Teresa Ferreira, Instituto Superior de Agronomia
9:40 AM
Do abiotic influences affect estimates of walleye populations in Lake Erie?
Ann Marie Gorman, Ohio Depatment Natural Resources; Carey Knight, Ohio Department Natural Resources; Shubha Pandit, PhD, University of Windsor; Yingming Zhao, PhD, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources
10:00 AM
10:20 AM
Developing a framework for native fish conservation in the upper Colorado River basin
Daniel C. Dauwalter, PhD., Trout Unlimited; John Sanderson, Ph.D., The Nature Conservancy; Jack E. Williams, Ph.D., Trout Unlimited; James R. Sedell, Ph.D., National Fish and Wildlife Foundation
10:40 AM
Directional influence of stream habitat variables on modeling stream reaches in the greater Yellowstone ecosystem
Kenneth R. Sheehan, PhD, Student, West Virginia University; Mike Strager, PhD, West Virginia University; Stuart A. Welsh, PhD, U.S. Geological Survey
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