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SCCS-NY 2013 Award Winners

Best Talks

Winner: Conservation Implications of Oceanic Manta Ray Spatial Ecology

Joshua Stewart, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, USCD

Conservation Implications of Oceanic Manta Ray Spatial Ecology - Joshua Stewart, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD

Conservation Implications of Oceanic Manta Ray Spatial Ecology - Joshua Stewart, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD

               
Winner: Social Interactions in the Ivory Trade: Comparing Chinese and Western Perspectives

Gao Yufang, Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies 

Social Interactions in the Ivory Trade: Comparing Chinese and Western Perspectives - Gao Yufang, Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies

Social Interactions in the Ivory Trade: Comparing Chinese and Western Perspectives - Gao Yufang, Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies

        

Best Speed Talks

Winner: Acoustic Monitoring as a Scalable Seabird Monitoring Solution

Abraham Borker, University of California Santa Cruz 

Acoustic Monitoring as a Scalable Seabird Monitoring Solution - Abraham Borker, University of California Santa Cruz

Acoustic Monitoring as a Scalable Seabird Monitoring Solution - Abraham Borker, University of California Santa Cruz

                   
Winner: Urban Green Roofs Provide Foraging Habitats for Bats

Kaitlyn Parkins, Fordham University

Urban Green Roofs Provide Foraging Habitat for Bats - Kaitlyn Parkins, Fordham University

Urban Green Roofs Provide Foraging Habitat for Bats - Kaitlyn Parkins, Fordham University

      
Winner: How Do Wild grazers Respond to Cattle Grazing on Shared Rangelands in East Africa

Jennifer Schieltz, Princeton University 

How Do Wild Grazers Respond to Cattle Grazing on Shared Rangelands in East Africa - Jennifer Schieltz, Princeton University

How Do Wild Grazers Respond to Cattle Grazing on Shared Rangelands in East Africa - Jennifer Schieltz, Princeton University

          

Best Posters

Winner: Evaluating the Resilience of Peris Napi Oleracea Butterflies to Exotic Invasive Plants

Kelly Boisvert, Tufts University 

Kelly Boisver best poster sccs-ny 2013
Winner: A Treasure Chest of Unexplored Diversity: Feather Mites of Endangered Birds in Brazil

Fabio Hernandes, Universidade Esadual Paulista (UNESP), Brazil

Fabio hernandes best poster sccs-ny 2013
Winner: The Unexpected Discovery of a New Cryptic Frog From the Urban Northeastern U.S.

Jeremy Feinberg, Rutgers University

Jeremy feinberg best poster scca-ny 2013