Category Archives: Meetings and Workshops
Chris Field, a SHARP PhD graduate and currently a postdoctoral fellow for the National Socio-environmental Synthesis Center, is giving a webinar for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration this week. Will landowner behavior resilient forests hold back marsh migration … Continue reading
Last week, SHARP grad student Sam Roberts won the first place talk award for “Best use of quantitative methods in conservation research” at the Student Conference on Conservation Science held at the Center for Biodiversity Conservation at the American Museum … Continue reading
SHARP students and PIs presented 5 scientific papers during the joint meeting of the Association of Field Ornithologists, the Society of Canadian Ornithologists / Société des ornithologistes du Canada, and the Wilson Ornithological Society at Acadia University in Wolfville, Nova Scotia from 15 … Continue reading
Mo Correll, Alison Kocek, Kate Ruskin, and Jen Walsh presented papers on various SHARP preliminary results at the 131st Stated Meeting of the American Ornithologists’ Union in Chicago last week.
Whitney Wiest presented about her dissertation research and the SHARP project at the Society of Wetland Scientists (SWS) annual meeting in Duluth, Minnesota. http://www.swsannualmeeting.org/
Several SHARP members participated in a workshop with experts on saltmarsh ecology and management on 9th May. The meeting – hosted by Parker River NWR in Newburyport, MA, and organized by Susan Adamowicz of the USFWS – was the first, … Continue reading
Evan Ehrlich and Molly Hunt presented their research on behavior and song of hybrid Saltmarsh & Nelson’s Sparrows at the University of New Hampshire Undergraduate Research Conference. Their presentation can be downloaded
Alison Kocek presented research from her MS project at the 69th Annual Northeast Fish and Wildlife Conference in Saratoga Springs. Her poster can be downloaded here.
Mo Correll presented about her dissertation research and the SHARP project at the Annua Maine Association of Wetland Scientist (MAWS) Annual meeting in Augusta, ME. The presentation can be downloaded here: