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Poster Session: 2016 Spotlight on National Parks
Spotlight on National Park Resources in the National Capital Region
To celebrate the National Park Service Centennial through talks and posters that highlight accomplishments in resources management and stewardship. The 2016 ...
Presentations on National Park Resources
Spotlight Posters on National Park Resources
Biennial Spotlight on National Park Resources
Assessment of the Environmental Genomics of Aquatic Systems in the National Park Service’s National Capital Region with Emphasis on the Algal Communities Associated with the Nuisance Diatom Didymosphenia geminata
Aaron Aunins - Genetics Biologist, Tim King - Fishery Biologist (Genomics), U.S. Geological Survey, Leetown Science Center
Partnering for Climate Change Communication in the National Capital Region
Jenell M. Walsh -Thomas, Melissa A. Clark, and Lindsey Beall, Graduate Students, George Mason University, Center for Climate Change Communication
Next-Generation DNA Sequencing of Prey Species in Coyote Scat from Prince William Forest Park and Manassas National Battlefield Park
Tyler Biles - Graduate Student, Clair Fremuth, Chelsea Miller - Undergraduate Students, Brian Masters, Harald Beck - Professors Towson University, Department ...
Mapping Potential Wetland Habitat Throughout the C&O Canal National Historical Park using Remote Sensing and GIS-based Data
Lance Bragin - Graduate Student, Hood College, Environmental Biology Program
Bats, White-nose Syndrome, and the Western Maryland Railroad Tunnels
Michelle Carter - Natural Resource Program Manager NPS, C&O Canal National Historical Park
Paleo-Protectors: the First Volunteer Monitoring of Paleontological Resources within the National Park Service
Michelle Carter - Natural Resource Program Manager NPS, C&O Canal National Historical Park
Maximizing the use of Volunteers for the Removal of Arborized Invasive English Ivy Vine at Rock Creek Park
Nick Bartolomeo - Chief of Resource Management, Ana Chuquin - Biological Science Technician NPS, Rock Creek Park, John Maleri - Program Coordinator, Karen ...
Japanese American Veterans Association Oral History Topic
Amber Cohen - Graduate Student, University of Maryland
Camera Trap Survey to Assess White-tailed Deer Population at Catoctin Mountain Park, 2015
Lindsey Donaldson - Biologist, Laurel Downs - Student Conservation Assosication NPS, Catoctin Mountain Park
Building an Invasive Plant Watch List for the NCR
Mark Frey- Team Liaison, NPS, Exotic Plant Management Team (EPMT)
Ahoy Ye Landlubber! Submerged Cultural Resources along the GWMP
Bradley Krueger, Cultural Resource Specialist, National Park Service, George Washington Memorial Parkway
Interactions Between Climbing Vines and Forest Edges Influence Tree Mortality in Mid-Atlantic Forests
Elizabeth Matthews - Botanist, Megan Nortrup - Science Communicator, John Paul Schmit - Quantitative Ecologist, J Patrick Campbell - Network Coordinator, NPS, ...
Upcoming Centennial BioBlitz 2016 events in the National Capital Region
James Pieper- Regional Natural Resource Specialist, NPS, Office of Natural Resources and Science
A Golden Anniversary in a Diamond Year
Kimberly Robinson, Museum Curator, National Park Service, George Washington Memorial Parkway
Accuracy Assessment Results for NCR vegetation maps
Judy Teague, Senior Ecologist, Natureserve; Diane Pavek, Research Coordinator, Botanist NPS, National Capital Region
Creating a Mobile Experience for the Explore Natural Communities Website
Judy Teague - Senior Ecologist, Allen Ansellmo - Software Engineer, Erin Jones - Vegetation Ecologist, Dave Hauver - Software Engineer Natureserve, Diane ...
Natural Resource Education and Outreach in a Cultural Resource Park: Expanding the Audience
Giessell Aguilar, Alison Sloop - Biological Science Technician(s) NPS, Manassas National Battlefield Park
A Floral Survey of Cliff Habitats Along Bull Run at Manassas National Battlefield Park
Courtney James, Biological Science Technician, National Park Service, Manassas National Battlefield Park; Esther D. Stroh, Matthew A. Struckhoff, and Keith W. ...
2016 Spotlight on National Park Resources