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Society for Conservation Biology, Oakland, California, July 2012

The Society for Conservation Biology (SCB) is the leading voice for the study and conservation of the Earth's biodiversity. SBC is dedicated to advancing the science and practice of restoring and maintaining biological diversity, and envisions a future with a global perspective where people value and conserve the diversity of life on Earth.

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ConBio12-100

Opening Plenary

Speakers: Michael Soule & Mary Ellen Hannibal, Peter Kareiva

$10.00

ConBio12-101

SYM 19-Part I: Moving Beyond Fortress Conservation

$10.00

ConBio12-102

SYM 13-Part I: How Can Conservation Science Create a Bio-Logical Capitol/Capital?

$10.00

ConBio12-103

SYM 18: Identifying & Protecting Resilient Ecosystems – New Directions in a Changing World

$10.00

ConBio12-104

Animal Conservation

$10.00

ConBio12-105

Conservation Planning & Climate Change Adaption

$10.00

ConBio12-106

SYM 10- I: Conservation vs. Sacrifice – Weighing the Consequences of Utility Scale Renewable Energy in California Deserts

$10.00

ConBio12-107

SYM 16- Part I: One Health – Recognizing How Human & Wildlife Health Are Connected

$10.00

ConBio12-111

SYM19-Part II: Moving Beyond Fortress Conservation

$10.00

ConBio12-112

SYM13 Part II: How Can Conservation Science Create a Bio-Logical Capitol/Capital?

$10.00

ConBio12-113

Freshwater and Coastal Conservation

$10.00

ConBio12-114

Species Conservation

$10.00

ConBio12-115

Climate & Species Persistence

$10.00

ConBio12-116

SYM10- II: Conservation vs. Sacrifice – Weighing the Consequences of Utility Scale Renewable Energy in California Deserts

$10.00

ConBio12-117

SYM16- Part II: One Health – Recognizing How Human & Wildlife Health Are Connected

$10.00

ConBio12-121

WKS-2: How to Build Conservation Partnerships That Thrive

$10.00

ConBio12-122

WKS-3: ARKive.org: Using Imagery as an Emotive Bridge to Conservation

$10.00

ConBio12-123

WKS-5: Bridging the Science-Land Use Planning Gap: The Practitioner’s Perspective

$10.00

ConBio12-131

SYM8: Pikas in Peril? Distribution, Population Trends & Resilience of the American Pika

$10.00

ConBio12-132

SYM9: Towards Conservation Assessments for Climate Adaption: Presentation/Evaluation of a Framework

$10.00

ConBio12-133

SYM12: Monitoring for a Changing Planet – What Can Climate-Informed Monitoring Teach Us & Why?

$10.00

ConBio12-134

SYM14: Floodplain conservation to Sustain Urban, Agricultural & Natural Communities

$10.00

ConBio12-135

Species Response to Climate Change

$10.00

ConBio12-136

SYM35: Conservation in the Anthropocene

$10.00

ConBio12-137

Marine and Freshwater Biota

$10.00

ConBio12-140

Plenary Speaker: TONY BARNOSKY

$10.00

ConBio12-201

SYM 20: Managing Novel Ecosystems: Bridging the Gap Between Research & Practice

$10.00

ConBio12-202

SYM 21: Conservation Value of Non-native Plant Species: The Science of Exceptions

$10.00

ConBio12-203

SYM 15 Part I: Cultivating a Role for Wildlife Conservation in Energy Development

$10.00

ConBio12-204

SYM 26 Part I: Science as a Second Language: Getting Science Used by Policymakers, Practitioners & the Public

$10.00

ConBio12-205

Marine & Freshwater 1

$10.00

ConBio12-206

Land Use and Conservation Planning I

$10.00

ConBio12-207

Education and Conservation Outcomes

$10.00

ConBio12-211

Conservation & Management Challenges

$10.00

ConBio12-212

SYM 27: Tools for Planning for Climate Change in Coastal & Marine Ecosystems

$10.00

ConBio12-213

SYM 15 Part II: Cultivating a Role for Wildlife Conservation in Energy Development

$10.00

ConBio12-214

SYM 26 Part II: Science as a Second Language: Getting Science Used by Policymakers, Practitioners & the Public

$10.00

ConBio12-215

Marine & Freshwater 2

$10.00

ConBio12-216

Land Use and Conservation Planning 2

$10.00

ConBio12-217

Alien & Invasive Species 1

$10.00

ConBio12-218

Speed Presentations Part II – Human & Natural Systems

$10.00

ConBio12-221

WKS 8: How Filmmakers & Conservationists Connect People, Nature & Climate

$10.00

ConBio12-222

WKS 6: Consolidating the Criteria for Identifying Sites of Significance for Biodiversity Conservation

$10.00

ConBio12-223

WKS 9: Examining the Paradox of Invasive Endangered Species Conservation

$10.00

ConBio12-224

WKS 12: Injecting Conservation Science into California’s Mitigation Planning & Implementation

$10.00

ConBio12-231

SYM 22: The Art & Science of Climate Change Planning

$10.00

ConBio12-232

SYM 23: Bridging the Gaps: Linking the Sources, Flows, Recipients and the Benefits of Ecosystem Services

$10.00

ConBio12-233

SYM 33: Conservation Development – Challenges/Opportunities for Integrating Private Land w/Residential Development

$10.00

ConBio12-234

Population & Community Dynamics

$10.00

ConBio12-235

Connectivity Science

$10.00

ConBio12-236

SYM 31: Climate Change Adaptation through Natural Community Conservation Plans (NCCPs) in California

$10.00

ConBio12-237

Alien & Invasive Species 2

$10.00

ConBio12-240

Plenary Speaker: PATRICIA KOLEFF

$10.00

ConBio12-302

SYM 29 Part I: Connecting People to Freshwater Conservation through Citizen Engaged Science & Analysis of Ecosystems

$10.00

ConBio12-303

SYM 28 Part I: Delivering Conservation thru the Collaborative Forum of the Landscape Conservation Cooperatives (LCCs)

$10.00

ConBio12-304

SYM 36 Part I: The Future of Conservation

$10.00

ConBio12-305

Policy, Health & Values

$10.00

ConBio12-306

Working Landscapes 1

$10.00

ConBio12-307

SYM 38 Part I: Geospatial Approaches to Support Pelagic Conservation Planning & Adaptive Management

$10.00

ConBio12-311

SYM 34 Part II: Applied Science for Conserving California’s Bay Area Ecosystems in the Face of Climate Change

$10.00

ConBio12-312

SYM 29 Part II: Connecting People to Freshwater Conservation through Citizen Engaged Science & Analysis of Ecosystems

$10.00

ConBio12-313

SYM 28 Part II: Delivering Conservation thru the Collaborative Forum of the Landscape Conservation Cooperatives (LCCs)

$10.00

ConBio12-314

SYM 36 Part II: The Future of Conservation

$10.00

ConBio12-315

Integrative Research & Communities

$10.00

ConBio12-316

Working Landscape 2

$10.00

ConBio12-317

SYM 38 Part II: Geospatial Approaches to Support Pelagic Conservation Planning & Adaptive Management

$10.00

ConBio12-321

WKS 10: Using the National Conservation Easement Database to Enhance GIS Models that Identify Potential Corridors

$10.00

ConBio12-322

WKS 11: Understanding the Impact of Illegal Animal Trade on Wildlife Conservation

$10.00

ConBio12-323

WKS 13: Emerging Botanical Field Methods: Using New Technologies to Identify, Map and Explore Wild Diversity

$10.00

ConBio12-331

SYM 32: Public Participation in Scientific Research

$10.00

ConBio12-332

SYM 37: The Casual Effects and Mechanisms of Protected Areas on Poverty

$10.00

ConBio12-333

SYM 39: Monitoring Strategies in an Era of Rapid Climate Change

$10.00

ConBio12-334

Disturbance Technology

$10.00

ConBio12-335

Ecological Theory & Genetics

$10.00

ConBio12-336

Institutions & Outcomes

$10.00

ConBio12-340

Plenary Speaker: ANNE CASTLE

$10.00



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