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Population Ecology

Poster Session 1: 8:00 am Tues., 18 August - 11:00 am Wed., 19 August 2009
Formal Viewing Period - 5:00 - 8:00 pm on Tues., 18 August 2009 

Poster #:

Title and Authors:



Timing of Breeding and Reproductive Success in Common Goldeneyes: Flexible Nesting or Evidence of a Mismatch?

Robert G. Clark, Hannu Pöysä, Pentti Runko, and Antti Passivaara 




Effects of Large-scale Predator Reduction on Duck Nest Success in Eastern North Dakota

Matthew R. Pieron and Frank C. Rohwer




Mallard Nesting Ecology Amid Wetlands Reserve Program Lands in New York

Matthew R. Kaminski, Guy A. Baldassarre, and Eric R. Wengert




Age-Related Fidelity of Mallards in the Suisun Marsh of California

Shaun L. Oldenburger, Gregory S. Yarris, Joshua A. Ackerman, Daniel L. Loughman, M. Robert McLandress, and John M. Eadie



Breeding Site Fidelity and Landscape Effects on Distribution of Mallard Ducks and Broods in the Nebraska Sandhills

Zachary J. Cunningham, Mark P. Vrtiska, Larkin A. Powell, Scott E. Stephens, and Johann A. Walker




Apparent Survival of Female Lesser Scaup (Aythya affinis) near Yellowknife, NT

Stephen W. Leach, Robert G. Clark, Rodney W. Brook, and James Hines




Recruitment of Mottled Ducks on the Upper Texas Gulf Coast

Elizabeth Rigby and David A. Haukos



Survival Estimates of Western Gulf Coast Mottled Ducks

Erin M. Wehland, Bruce E. Davis, Bart M. Ballard, Frank C. Rowher, and Michael G. Brasher




Survival and Cause-Specific Mortality of Female Mallards in Southwestern Louisiana

Paul T. Link and Alan D. Afton


Habitat Use, Survival, and Reproductive Success of Female Florida Mottled Ducks (Anas fulvigula fulvigula) using the Everglades Agricultural Area and Urban Habitats in Southeast Florida

Dana Varner, Gary Hepp, and Ron Bielefeld




Do Stocking Programs Result in Maladapted Populations? Mallard Bill Morphology After 30 Years of Massive Releases

Jocelyn Champagnon, Matthieu Guillemain, Johan Elmberg, Karin Folkesson, and Michel



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