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2013 State Conference Posters


 

Molecular genetic variation among Maine wild turkeys (Meleagris gallopavo)
Louis Roy, Rolando Tantoco, Peter Milligan, Kelsey Sullivan, Irv Kornfield and Christopher Lage

Migration Distances of Unisexual Salamanders from a Vernal Pool in Maine
Kristine Hoffman, Aram Calhoun, Malcom Hunter, Jr.

Isolation and Identification of Gram Negative Bacteria from Turkey Feces using Salmonella ISO 6579
Candis Howard, Jason Mills, Jillian King and Peter Milligan

Isolation of Staphylococcus Species from Maine Wild & Domestic Turkeys
Jillian King and Peter Milligan

Assessing psychological factors affecting personal relevance of landscape change scenarios
Michelle L. Johnson, Mario F. Teisl, Kathleen P. Bell, and Shannon K. McCoy

Creating Pathways for University-Community Partnerships: Bridging the Divide Between Research and Policy in Maine
Brianne Suldovsky

Emerging Amish Community in Central Aroostook as a New Factor in Landscape/Land-use Change
Sedona Lucas, Zachary Rice, and Sijia Angela Wang (winner of the High School Competition)

Hands-On Learning: Eelgrass Restoration in Frenchman Bay, ME
Zachary Johnson

Disamenity to Amenity: Socio-ecological Dynamics of River Restoration
Eileen Johnson, Kathleen Bell, Phil Camill, Teresa Johnson, Jessica Leahy, Linda Silka

Analyzing the Economics of Shellfish Management Policy Structures
Stephanie MacLagan, Kathleen Bell, Linda Silka, Teresa Johnson, and Judie East

Hibernation Ecology of Lithobates Sylvaticus in Maine Montane Landscape
Luke Groff (winner of the Graduate Competition)

 

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