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Contributed Papers 4 - Macroecology

Oral Presentations - Wednesday afternoon, 19 August 2009

Session Chair - Bruce Pollard, Canadian Wildlife Service 
Time:   Title and Authors:
1:00 - 1:15   Endogenous Nutrient Dynamics of Ducks during Spring Migration
Michael W. Eichholz and Tina Yerkes
1:15 - 1:30   Nutrient Allocation Strategies of Female Lesser Scaup at Red Rock Lakes National Wildlife Refuge, Montana
Kyle A. Cutting, Jay J. Rotella, Jeff M. Warren, Susan E. Wainwright, and John T. Takekawa


1:30 - 1:45   Linking Canadian Harvested American Black Ducks to their Natal Areas using Stable Isotope Analysis of dD, d13C, and d15N
Paul Ashley, Keith Hobson, Steven VanWilgenburg, Norm North, and Scott Petrie


1:45 - 2:00   Long-term Effects of Ponds, Climate, and Upland Habitats on Prairie-nesting Ducks
Kevin M. Podruzny, Thomas D. Nudds, and Jay J. Rotella

2:00 - 2:15


Nesting Ecology of Pintails in Prairie Canada

James H. Devries and Karla L. Guyn

2:15 - 2:30  

Abundance of Duck Broods Relative to Habitat Characteristics in the Prairie Pothole Region

Johann Walker, James K. Ringelman, Scott E. Stephens, Ronald E. Reynolds, Charles R. Loesch, and John W. Solberg

2:30 - 2:45  

Generating Abundance and Distribution Estimates for Breeding Waterfowl in the Upper Mississippi River and Great Lakes Joint Venture Region

Bradly A. Potter and Gregory J. Soulliere

2:45 - 3:00   Long-term Trend Analyses of Climatic Factors Influencing Autumn-Winter Migration by Mallards in the Central, Mississippi, and Atlantic Flyways

Michael L. Schummer, Richard M. Kaminski, Charles L. Wax, Mike E. Brown, Christina E. Zimmerman, Andrew H. Raedeke, and David A. Graber


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