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SCCS-NY 2014 Award Winners

Best Talks

Vanua Sauvi: Conservation, Food Security and Carbon Sinking

Rosiana Lagi, University of the South Pacific

SCCS-NY 2014 Best Talk - Rosiana Lagi

SCCS-NY 2014 Best Talk - Rosiana Lagi

Assessing the Value of Seed Dispersers to Plant Recruitment

Onja Razafindratsima, Rice University

SCCS-NY Best Talk - Onja Razafindratsima

SCCS-NY Best Talk - Onja Razafindratsima

Honorable mention: Response of Agro-Pastoral Communities to Climate Change in Eastern Himalayas

Tenzing Ingty, University of Massachusetts, Boston

Honorable mention: Anthropogenic Development Influences on Puma Behavior, Movement, and Energetics

Yiwei Wang, Save the Elephants

Best Speed Talks

Moving Forward in Forest and Nature Conservation - Padampur Resettlement Program

Lindy Charlery, University of Copenhagen

SCCS-NY 2014 Best Speed Talk - Lindy Charlery

SCCS-NY 2014 Best Speed Talk - Lindy Charlery

Foraging-Related Calls Produced by Bottlenose Dolphins at Turneffe Atoll, Belize Eric Ramos, City University of New York.

Eric Ramos, City University of New York

SCCS-NY 2014 Best Speed Talk - Eric Ramos

SCCS-NY 2014 Best Speed Talk - Eric Ramos

Best Posters

The Black Oak Gall Wasp on Cape Cod and Martha's Vinyard

Monica Davis, University of Massachusetts Amherst

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Blurred Lines in Conservation: Freshwater Mussels Gene Flow and Species Boundaries

Isabel Porto-Hannes, University at Buffalo

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Estimating Snow Leopards (Panthera uncia) Density and Distribution in the Hissar Mountains, Tajikistan

Tara Meyer, Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies

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