POSTER PRESENTATIONS

Poster Number Abstract Title Speaker(s) Session
1 DIATOM COMMUNITIES OF TRAVERTINE-PRECIPITATING SPRINGS ON A GRADIENT OF ANTHROPOGENIC DISTURBANCE IN THE SANDIA MOUNTAINS, NEW MEXICO Kate Mendoza, Rebecca Bixby, Laura Crossey, Livia Crowley C01 Algae
2 EFFECTS OF LONICERA MAACKII LEAF LITTER ON ALGAL BIOMASS AND COMMUNITY COMPOSITION IN VERNAL MESOCOSMS Janet Deardorff, Leslie Riley, Robert Verb C01 Algae
3 EXAMINING POTENTIAL CHANGES IN STREAM ALGAL COMMUNITIES IN THE SOUTHERN APPALACHIANS, PRE- AND POST-HEMLOCK DIE-OFF. Kelsey Solomon, Catherine Pringle, Rebecca Bixby C01 Algae
4 EXPLORING THE INFLUENCE OF BENTHIC SUBSTRATE ON BIOFILM GROWTH IN EXPERIMENTAL STREAMS AT ND-LEEF Nicole Gorman, Brittany Hanrahan, Jennifer L. Tank, Arial Shogren, Elizabeth Berg C01 Algae
5 INFLUENCE OF STONEROLLERS ON ALGAE ALONG A PHOSPHORUS GRADIENT Kayla Sayre, Michelle Evans-White C01 Algae
6 PHYTOPLANKTON ASSEMBLAGE AND PHYSICOCHEMICAL PARAMETERS OF A PERTURBED TROPICAL MANMADE LAKE, SOUTHWESTERN NIGERIA. adedolapo ayoade C01 Algae
7 REDUCTION OF PROPORTIONS OF FRESHWATER DIATOMS DURING THE SAVANNAH HARBOR EXPANSION PROJECT IN PORT WENTWORTH, GA Alyssa Thomson, Kalina Manoylov C01 Algae
8 RESPONSE OF STREAM BIOFILMS TO PULSED VERSUS STEADY-STATE PHOSPHOROUS ADDITIONS Aaron Gordon-Weaver, Steven Rier, Jennifer Tuomisto C01 Algae
9 ASSESSMENT OF BROOK TROUT PASSAGE THROUGH AMBIGUOUS CULVERT BARRIERS IN PENNSYLVANIA HEADWATER STREAMS Karli Rogers, David Janetski, Kathleen Lavelle, Shawn Rummel, Jonathan Niles C02 Fish and Other Aquatic Vertebrates
10 CHANNEL CATFISH SELECT FOR LARGER INVERTEBRATE PREY IN WESTERN SOUTH DAKOTA PRAIRIE STREAMS Erin Peterson, Nels H. Troelstrup, Jr., Katie N. Bertrand, Stephen Jones, Brian D.S. Graeb C02 Fish and Other Aquatic Vertebrates
11 CONNECTING THE DOTS: A BASIC FOOD WEB OF THE LOWER OGEECHEE RIVER BASIN Allison Lutz, Checo Colon-Gaud C02 Fish and Other Aquatic Vertebrates
12 EFFECT OF LEAF LITTER NUTRIENT AND PHENOLIC COMPOSITION ON WOOD FROG (RANA SYLVATICA) SIZE AND MORPHOLOGY Sarah Crites, Daniella DeRose, Thomas Sanger C02 Fish and Other Aquatic Vertebrates
13 HEAVY METAL CONCENTRATIONS IN LAKE MICHIGAN PREY FISH Whitney Conard, Brandon Gerig, Gary Lamberti, Lea Lovin C02 Fish and Other Aquatic Vertebrates
14 Hold the Hydrophone: Acoustic Communication in Sunfish Jeff Steinmetz, Michelle Gallo C02 Fish and Other Aquatic Vertebrates
15 HOME RANGES OF CAPTIVE-REARED, RECENTLY-RELEASED JUVENILE BLANDING’S TURTLES (EMYDOIDEA BLANDINGII) ANDRÉS MUÑOZ, Armand Cann, Sarah Crites, Leigh Anne Harden C02 Fish and Other Aquatic Vertebrates
16 INFLUENCE OF INTERACTING STRESSORS ON NATIVE BROOK TROUT IN A WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA WATERSHED Jennifer Graves, David Janetski, Tom Clark, Kathleen Lavelle, Shawn Rummel, Brianna Hutchinson, Rachel Kester C02 Fish and Other Aquatic Vertebrates
17 INVESTIGATION OF SCALE-DEPENDENT RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS AND YOUNG-OF-THE-YEAR BROOK TROUT DENSITY Lauren Prasko, David Janetski, Aiden Simpson C02 Fish and Other Aquatic Vertebrates
18 NO DIRECT EFFECT OF FRESHWATER ‘BROWNING’ ON LARVAL FISH FORAGING Troy Clift, Jacob Spain, Dina Leech C02 Fish and Other Aquatic Vertebrates
19 SIZE AT AGE COMPARISON OF YELLOW PERCH ACROSS A NORTH-SOUTH GRADIENT OF LAKES CONNECTED TO LAKE MICHIGAN Josh Colasante, David Janetski, Greg Chorak, David Clapp, Carl Ruetz C02 Fish and Other Aquatic Vertebrates
20 TADPOLES FACILITATE DECOMPOSITION OF WHITE OAK LEAF LITTER Daniella DeRose, Joseph Milanovich C02 Fish and Other Aquatic Vertebrates
21 Use of MaxEnt Modeling for Smoky Dace (Clinostomus sp. cf. funduloides): Ground-truthing, Model Improvement, and Sampling Bias Limitation Luke Etchison, Steve Fraley C02 Fish and Other Aquatic Vertebrates
22 AN ICONIC MACROINVERTEBRATE IN PERIL: IMPACTS OF INCREASING WATER TEMPERATURES ON PTERONARCYS CALIFORNICA IN SOUTHWESTERN MONTANA Heidi Anderson, Lindsey Albertson C03 Invertebrates
23 AQUATIC INVERTEBRATE COMMUNITY STRUCTURE DOWNSTREAM OF HYDROPEAKING DAMS IN THE COLORADO RIVER BASIN Erin Abernethy, Jeffrey Muehlbauer, Ted Kennedy, David Lytle, Richard Van Driesche C03 Invertebrates
24 ASSESSMENT OF SHALE GAS DEVELOPMENT ON MACROINVERTEBRATE COMMUNITY STRUCTURE IN PENNSYLVANIA’S MARCELLUS SHALE REGION Cassie Graham, David Janetski, Eric Chapman, Alysha Trexler C03 Invertebrates
25 PARASITES INFECTING HEXAGENIA (EPHEMEROPTERA: EPHEMERIDAE) NYMPHS FROM WESTERN LAKE ERIE, MICHIGAN David Malakauskas
26 CHIRONOMID EMERGENCE AS AN INDICATION OF TROPHIC STATE IN MINNESOTA SENTINEL LAKES Corrie Nyquist, Petra Kranzfelder, Leonard Ferrington, Jr., Alexander Egan C03 Invertebrates
27 COLLECTION AND IDENTIFICATION OF MACROINVERTEBRATES IN AND AROUND MONTEZUMA WELL Bonnie Bain, Fredric Govedich, Rebecca Beresic-Perrins, James Boothroyd, Chris Wirth, Kim Whitely, Tina Greenawalt, Samuel Wells, William Heyborne, Stephen Shuster C03 Invertebrates
28 DROUGHT INDUCED DISPERSAL IN DIVING BEETLES IN THE WESTERN UNITED STATES Patrick Carroll, Kate Boersma, Ruth Hoover C03 Invertebrates
29 EFFECT OF DRACAENA LEAVES AS A RESOURCE FOR AQUATIC MACROINVERTEBRATE COMMUNITITES EmmaLeigh Given C03 Invertebrates
30 EFFECT OF SALINITY ON HATCHING OF BRANCHINECTA LINDAHLI, PACKARD 1883. Nayla Rhein, Fredric Govedich C03 Invertebrates
31 EFFECTS OF ROAD SALT APPLICATION ON STREAM INVERTEBRATE TAXONOMY AND STOICHIOMETRIC PROPERTIES Abigail LaFlair, Sarah Whorley C03 Invertebrates
32 ENVIRONMENTAL SEX DETERMINATION IN DAPHNIA MAGNA AND D. PULEX: ABIOTIC DETERMINANTS AND MODULATION BY THE NMDA RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST MK-801 Allison Camp, Maher Haeba, Gerald LeBlanc C03 Invertebrates
33 EVALUATING HOST SPECIFICITY OF TREMATODE PARASITES FOR THEIR SNAIL HOST, ELIMIA CARINIFERA (COENOGASTROPODA: PLEUROCERIDAE) IN STREAMS IN ALABAMA, USA. Daniel Wicker C03 Invertebrates
34 IMPACTS OF DREISSENID SHELLS ON BENTHIC HABITAT AND MACROINVERTEBRATES IN STREAMS Darrin Hunt, Donna Kashian C03 Invertebrates
35 INFLUENCES OF MILL DEBRIS ON THE BENTHIC MACROINVERTEBRATE COMMUNITY IN MUSKEGON LAKE, MICHIGAN Victoria Harris, Richard Rediske, Brian Scull C03 Invertebrates
36 INFRADIAN CONTROL OF DAPHNIA MAGNA MOLT CYCLE AND ITS DISRUPTION BY NITRIC OXIDE Stephanie McKnight C03 Invertebrates
37 LEARNING TO SEE, SEEING TO LEARN Madeline S. Genco C03 Invertebrates
38 MACROINVERTEBRATE RESPONSE TO CHANGES IN FLOW REGIME IN TROPICAL HEADWATER STREAMS OF COSTA RICA Darixa Hernandez Abrams, Seth Wenger, Scott Connelly C03 Invertebrates
39 MACROINVERTEBRATE RESPONSE TO LOW HEAD DAM REMOVAL Jane Kunberger C03 Invertebrates
40 NEEDLE IN A HAYSTACK: HUNTING FOR A RARE DRAGONFLY (RHIONAESCHNA MUTATA) IN THE ST. CROIX RIVER VALLEY, MN Emily Schilling, Holly Kundel, Ron Lawrenz C03 Invertebrates
41 PATTERNS OF PLECOPTERA DISTRIBUTION IN INDIANA: USING MUSEUM DATA TO DETERMINE THE EFFECTS OF GLACIATION Evan Newman C03 Invertebrates
42 SEASONAL VARIATION IN MACROINVERTEBRATES AFFECTED BY ACID MINE DRAINAGE Kelly Johnson, Andrew Travers C03 Invertebrates
43 SEASONAL VARIATION OF LAKE LITTORAL ZONE BENTHIC MACROINVERTEBRATES IN FOUR LAKES IN SOUTHEASTERN NEW YORK Tami Cloherty C03 Invertebrates
44 SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL VARIATION IN MACROINVERTEBRATE ABUNDANCE IN TRIBUTARIES AT THE HUBBARD BROOK EXPERIMENTAL FOREST Kerry Yurewicz C03 Invertebrates
45 SUGAR-CANE CULTIVATION AND CHIRONOMID DIVERSITY FROM NEOTROPICAL STREAMS Juliano Corbi C03 Invertebrates
46 THE IMPACT OF WATER CHEMISTRY AND LAKE CHARACTERISTICS ON MORPHOLOGY OF DAMSELFLY LARVAE Ruth Hoover, Kate Boersma, Adam Siepielski, Patrick Carroll C03 Invertebrates
47 THE INFLUENCE OF DIDYMOSPHENIA GEMINATA ON THE RESOURCE USE BY INVERTEBRATES AND FISH IN FRESHWATER STREAMS. Michelle Baskins, Jonathan O'Brien, Justin Murdock, Natalie Knorp C03 Invertebrates
48 DNA STABLE ISOTOPE PROBING METHODS TO EXAMINE CARBON ASSIMILATION IN STREAM BIOFILMS Elizabeth Ogata, Michelle Baker, Zachary Aanderud, Sandra Udy C04 Microbial Ecology
49 ENUMERATION AND GENE IDENTIFICATION OF EXTENDED-SPECTRUM-BETA-LACTAMASE-PRODUCING ENTEROBACTERIACEAE FROM IMPACTED URBAN STREAMS IN HALL COUNTY, GEORGIA, USA. Monica Leavell C04 Microbial Ecology
51 SALINIZATION IMPACTS ON HISTORICALLY FRESHWATER AQUATIC COMMUNITIES Alexandra Stucy, Michael McCoy, Ariane Peralta C04 Microbial Ecology
52 BOTTOM-UP IMPACT OF FRESHWATER MUSSEL DIVERSITY ON BENTHIC ALGAL COMMUNITIES Lauren Shouse, Paige Green C05 Unionid Ecology
53 COMPARING SAMPLING METHODS FOR FRESHWATER MUSSELS IN CENTRAL TEXAS Brittney Sanchez, Astrid Schwalb C05 Unionid Ecology
54 LATITUDINAL VARIATION IN AMBLEMA PLICATA SIZE AND GROWTH CHARACTERISTICS IN NORTH AMERICA Traci Popejoy, Caryn C. Vaughn C05 Unionid Ecology
56 QUANTIFICATION OF MOVEMENT BEHAVIORAL TRAITS OF FRESHWATER MUSSELS ACROSS VARYING COMMUNITY STRUCTURE: A MESOCOSM STUDY Zachary L. Nickerson, Carla L. Atkinson C05 Unionid Ecology
57 THE RESPONSE OF FRESHWATER MUSSELS TO BEDLOAD TRANSPORT: EXPERIMENTAL STREAM STUDIES Dan Hornbach, Jessica Kozarek, Mark Hove, Kelly MacGregor C05 Unionid Ecology
58 EN VOGUE: EX-SITU CALIBRATION OF NEXT GENERATION CAMERA TECHNOLOGY TO ASSESS AQUATIC FOOD-WEB STRUCTURE FOR JUVENILE SALMONIDS Nicholas Macias C06 Large River Ecology
59 MACROINVERBRATE FOOD WEBS OF A METAL-CONTAMINATED RIVER: IMPORTANCE OF ALGAL BLOOMS Kim Bray C06 Large River Ecology
60 SPATIO-TEMPORAL VARIATION OF BENTHIC METABOLISM IN A LARGE REGULATED RIVER Craig Irwin, Adam G. Yates, Joseph Culp C06 Large River Ecology
61 AQUATIC MACROINVERTEBRATE ASSEMBLAGES, BIODIVERSITY METRICS, AND TOLERANCE VALUES: MONITORING AGRICULTURALLY IMPACTED PONDS, A TEN YEAR STUDY Lauren K. Schnorr, Steven W. Hamilton C07 Lentic Ecology
62 COMPARISONS OF WINTER UNDER-ICE VS. SUMMER ICE-FREE ECOLOGICAL CONDITIONS OF FIVE SUBALPINE LAKES IN THE KLAMATH MOUNTAINS, CA USA Karly Feher, Sudeep Chandra, Timothy Caldwell, Robert C. Richards, Charles R Goldman C07 Lentic Ecology
64 ABUNDANCE AND ACCUMULATION OF ANTHROPOGENIC LITTER ON GREAT LAKES BEACHES Anna Vincent, Timothy Hoellein C08 Urban Ecology
65 CAPTURE EFFICIENCY, POPULATION DYNAMICS, AND HABITAT USE OF MUDPUPPIES (NECTURUS MACULOSUS) IN A DISTURBED URBAN LAKE Jared Bilak, Matt Whiles, Philip Willink, Robin Warne, Alicia Beattie C08 Urban Ecology
66 DIVERSITY OF ODONATA WITHIN A MAJOR TROPICAL URBAN REGION IN THE SAN JUAN METROPOLITAN AREA, PUERTO RICO Angelique Rosa-Marin C08 Urban Ecology
67 Does urbanization influences wing symmetry and size of Enallagma coecum (Odonata: Coenagrionidae) in Puerto Rico? Yazminne Meléndez, Limarie Reyes, Alonso Ramirez C08 Urban Ecology
68 HAS THE ‘URBAN STREAM SYNDROME’ BECOME A SELF-FULFILLING PROPHECY? Brooke Hassett, Emily Bernhardt C08 Urban Ecology
69 MICROPLASTIC ABUNDANCE IN SMALL MAN-MADE PONDS Hannah Hatke, Kenneth Fortino C08 Urban Ecology
70 TESTING THE EFFICACY OF PATTERNS IN CONDUCTIVITY AS A TOOL FOR WATERSHED MANAGEMENT Emily Johnson, Seth Wenger, Amy Rosemond, Phillip Bumpers C08 Urban Ecology
71 THE IMPACT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PARAMETERS ON MACROINVERTEBRATES IN AN URBAN FORESTED WATERSHED Rebecca Black, Sandra Clinton, PhD, Sara McMillan, David Vinson, PhD C08 Urban Ecology
72 URBAN PONDS: AN IMPORTANT SOURCE OF AQUATIC BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION IN DENTON, TEXAS Sabrina Moore C08 Urban Ecology
73 USING AN URBAN REFERENCE TO DEFINE AQUATIC HABITAT EXPECTATIONS IN STORMWATER-AFFECTED STREAMS OF THE KANSAS CITY METRO AREA IN MISSOURI Barry Poulton, Jing Tao C08 Urban Ecology
74 CHARACTERIZING VARIABILITY AND DRIVERS OF WETLAND STRUCTURE AT THE GREAT DISMAL SWAMP Raymond Ludwig, Daniel McLaughlin C09 Wetland Ecology
75 DRYING RATES OF EPHEMERAL WETLANDS: IMPLICATIONS FOR BREEDING AMPHIBIANS Houston Chandler, Thomas Gorman, Carola Haas, Daniel McLaughlin, Kevin McGuire, Jeffrey Feaga C09 Wetland Ecology
76 EXAMINING THE LEGACY EFFECTS OF CAPTIVE-REARING ON BLANDING’S TURTLES (EMYDOIDEA BLANDINGII) Armand Cann, Leigh Anne Harden, Joseph Milanovich C09 Wetland Ecology
77 GREAT LAKES COASTAL WETLAND MONITORING PROGRAM: NOVEL RESOURCES FOR SCIENTISTS, AGENCIES, AND THE PUBLIC Gary Lamberti, Ashley Moerke, Michael Brueseke, Lucinda Johnson, Nicholas Danz, Donald Uzarski, Jan Ciborowski, Robert Howe, Valerie Brady, Gerald Niemi, Katherine O'Reilly, Whitney Conard, Carl Ruetz, Matthew Cooper, Joseph Gathman, Greg Grabas, Kevin O'Donnell, Todd Redder, Douglas Tozer, Douglas Wilcox C09 Wetland Ecology
78 PRE-RESTORATION MONITORING OF A HYDROLOGIC RECONNECTION PROJECT: FATE OF LEGACY PHOSPHORUS Michael Hassett, Alan Steinman, Maggie Oudsema, Nicole Hahn C09 Wetland Ecology
79 SALINITY INDUCED NITROGEN AND PHOSPHORUS RELEASE IN NORTH CAROLINA COASTAL FORESTED WETLANDS Matthew Stillwagon, Emily Bernhardt, Marcelo Ardon, Justin Wright C09 Wetland Ecology
80 EFFECTS OF A RUN OF RIVER RESERVOIR ON DOWNSTREAM WATER QUALITY WITH VARIABLE DISCHARGE Micaleila Desotelle, Stephen K. Hamilton C10 Biogeochemistry
81 ARE MERCURY METHYLATION AND SELENATE REDUCTION INDEPENDENT PROCESSES IN AQUATIC ECOSYSTEMS? Jacqueline Gerson, Emily Bernhardt C10 Biogeochemistry
82 BIOFILM-SEDIMENT INTERACTIONS: MICRON-SCALE SPATIAL AND DIEL VARIATION IN OXYGEN Andrea Fitzgibbon, David Costello C10 Biogeochemistry
83 CAN HYDROLOGIC RESTORATION DECREASE GREENHOUSE GAS FLUXES FROM POCOSIN WETLANDS? Luise Armstrong, Ariane Peralta, Marcelo Ardon C10 Biogeochemistry
84 DISSOLVED ORGANIC AND INORGANIC CARBON IN PRE-RESTORATION URBAN FOREST STREAMS, CHARLOTTE, NC Taylor Kiker, Sandra Clinton, PhD, Sara McMillan, David Vinson, PhD C10 Biogeochemistry
85 HYDROLOGIC EFFECTS ON PHOSPHORUS STORAGE IN A FRESHWATER ESTUARY Bree Richardson, Laura Johnson, Lauren Kinsman-Costello, Kristin Arend C10 Biogeochemistry
86 PATTERNS AND CONTROLS ON CELLULOSE DECOMPOSITION RATES WITHIN THICK ACCUMULATIONS OF FLOCCULENT SEDIMENT IN SHALLOW FRESHWATERS Nicolas Lara, Stephen K. Hamilton, Scott Tiegs, Dustin Kincaid C10 Biogeochemistry
87 PATTERNS IN DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER CHARACTER PROVIDE PERSPECTIVE ON THE INTERCONNECTION AND FUNCTION OF WATERSHED ECOSYSTEMS Juliana D'Andrilli, Eric Scholl, James Junker, Robert Payn, Marc Peipoch, H. Maurice Valett, Meryl Storb, Brent Christner, Rachel Joyce, Rachel Kohn, Richard Engel, Carlos Romero C10 Biogeochemistry
88 SYNTHESIZING COASTAL SALTWATER INTRUSION STUDIES ACROSS THE SOUTHEASTERN US - ARE ALL SALINIZATION PATHWAYS THE SAME? Emily Ury, Emily Bernhardt, Justin Wright C10 Biogeochemistry
89 THE CONTRIBUTION OF DARK METABOLISM TO STREAM ECOSYSTEM ENERGETICS Alice Carter, Jim Heffernan, Emily Bernhardt C10 Biogeochemistry
90 THE IMPACT OF ANTIBIOTICS ON SEDIMENT BIOGEOCHEMCIAL PROCESSES IN URBAN STREAMS Austin Gray C10 Biogeochemistry
91 TOTAL NITRATE REMOVAL BY FLOCCULENT ORGANIC SEDIMENTS IN SHALLOW FRESHWATER ECOSYSTEMS Dustin Kincaid, Stephen K. Hamilton C10 Biogeochemistry
92 WATER QUALITY RAMIFICATIONS OF TEMPORARY DRAINAGE OF OREGON RESERVOIRS TO FACILITATE JUVENILE CHINOOK SALMON PASSAGE Stephen Hamilton, Christina Murphy, Sherri Johnson, Ivan Arismendi C10 Biogeochemistry
93 WITHIN-REACH VARIATION IN NITRIFICATION AND DENITRIFICATION RATES IN STREAMS OF THE UPPER PENINSULA OF MICHIGAN Michelle Kelly, Amy Marcarelli, Kevin Nevorski C10 Biogeochemistry
94 AGRICULTURAL IMPACTS ON ALGAL AND MACROINVERTEBRATE COMMUNITIES IN VERNAL POOLS IN WEST-CENTRAL OHIO Olivia Keserich, Leslie Riley, Robert Verb, Kelsey Weidner C11 Community Ecology
95 ASSESSING LONG-TERM ECOLOGICAL CHANGE IN THE OGEECHEE RIVER USING AQUATIC INVERTEBRATE COMMUNITIES Kelly Murray, Darold Batzer, Joseph McHugh C11 Community Ecology
96 COMPARING ECOSYSTEM FUNCTIONAL AND STRUCTURAL RESPONSES TO CHEMICAL STRESSORS Raissa Mendonca, David Costello, Anna Harrison, Mirco Bundschuh, Jochen Zubrod C11 Community Ecology
97 DRYING GRADIENT INFLUENCE ON FRESHWATER INVERTEBRATE DIVERSITY ALONG A CENTRAL KENTUCKY INTERMITTENT STREAM Margaret Finn, Cara Barnett, Mark Galatowitsch C11 Community Ecology
98 GEOLOGIC INFLUENCES ON AQUATIC INVERTEBRATE COMMUNITY STRUCTURE AND INTEGRITY IN OZARK TRIBUTARIES AT BUFFALO NATIONAL RIVER AND OZARK NATIONAL SCENIC RIVERWAYS Janice A. Hinsey C11 Community Ecology
100 IMPACT OF SUBSTRATE TYPE ON PERIPHYTON AND MACROINVERTEBRATE COMMUNITY STRUCTURE IN SECOND AND THIRD ORDER STREAM REACHES Robert Verb, Leslie Riley, Stephanie Estell, Paige Kleindl C11 Community Ecology
101 MACROINVERTEBRATES ALONG A STREAM DISCHARGE AND ELEVATIONAL GRADIENT: WHO SURVIVES AND WHO THRIVES IN SMALL MOUNTAIN STREAMS M Holliday Lafferty C11 Community Ecology
102 POSITIVE INTERSPECIFIC INTERACTIONS BETWEEN SHRIMP AND EPHEMEROPTERA IN A TROPICAL STREAM, PUERTO RICO Adriana Marcela Forero Céspedes, Pablo E. Gutiérrez-Fonseca, Alonso Ramirez C11 Community Ecology
103 SEASONAL DIFFERENCES IN THE COMPOSITION OF OGEECHEE RIVER BENTHIC COMMUNITIES IN RESPONSE TO TEMPORAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS Julien Buchbinder C11 Community Ecology
104 SEASONAL VARIATION IN BENTHIC COMMUNITY STRUCTURE OF A TWO-STAGE DITCH Leslie Riley, Robert Verb, Kalyn Rossiter, Colin Light, Connor Ney, Ken Oswald C11 Community Ecology
105 SHORT-TERM RESPONSES OF BENTHIC AND EMERGING INSECTS TO DAMSELFLY PREDATION Lauren Henning, Jeff Wesner C11 Community Ecology
106 TERRESTRIAL VINES ON SUBMERGED WOODY DEBRIS INFLUENCE MACROINVERTEBRATE COMMUNITY STRUCTURE Katie Kierczynski, M. Eric Benbow, Courtney Larson C11 Community Ecology
107 THE INFLUENCE OF CLADOPHORA GLOMERATA AS A HABITAT MODIFIER IN BEDROCK DOMINATED RIFFLE HABITATS Emily Henneman, Leslie Riley, Robert Verb C11 Community Ecology
108 INTEGRATING AQUATIC ECOLOGY IN SOCIO-ECOLOGICAL SYSTEMS: THE CASE OF PALM OIL PLANTATIONS IN SOUTHEAST MEXICO Keysa G. Rosas, Krista Capps C12 Conservation Ecology
109 AN EVALUATION OF THE FIELD-BASED AQUATIC BENCHMARK FOR SPECIFIC CONDUCTANCE FOR USE IN NORTHEASTERN MINNESOTA Kimberly Gerlock C13 Ecotoxicology
110 DISTRIBUTION OF TRACE ELEMENTS AND CS-137 IN SEDIMENTS OF A COASTAL PLAIN STREAM IMPACTED BY INDUSTRIAL ACTIVITIES Brooke Lindell, D.E. Fletcher, J.C. Seaman, J.V. McArthur C13 Ecotoxicology
111 EFFECTS OF AN INDUSTRIAL BASIN OVERFLOW ON TRACE ELEMENT ACCUMULATION IN SEDIMENT AND BIOTA OF A COASTAL PLAIN STREAM P.T. Stankus, D.E. Fletcher, A.H. Lindell, J.C. Seaman, J.V. McArthur C13 Ecotoxicology
112 EFFECTS OF INDUSTRIAL ACTIVITY ON TRACE ELEMENT ACCUMULATION, COMMUNITY COMPOSITION, AND POPULATION STRUCTURE OF DRAGONFLY NYMPHS IN COASTAL PLAIN STREAMS D.B. Pitt, D.E. Fletcher, A.H. Lindell, J.C. Seaman, P.T. Stankus, J.V. McArthur C13 Ecotoxicology
113 Evaluation of LAS toxicity with Chironomus xanthus: focusing in real laundry wastewater Mayara Felipe, Juliano Corbi, Maria Bernadete Varesche Silva, Thaís Macedo Carmelo C13 Ecotoxicology
114 IMPACTS OF PARTICULATE MATTER (PM2.5) ON THE BEHAVIOR OF FRESHWATER SNAIL PARAFOSSARULUS STRIATULUS Yixin Zhang, Danny Hartono, Billion Lioe, Bailiang Li, Jianzhen Yu C13 Ecotoxicology
115 SUITABILITY OF A PUERTO RICAN CHIRONOMINI AS MODEL ORGANISM FOR FRESHWATER BIOASSAYS Roberto Reyes-Maldonado, Alonso Ramirez C13 Ecotoxicology
116 THE EFFECTS OF VENLAFAXINE ON FATHEAD MINNOW (PIMEPHALES PROMELAS) FEEDING BEHAVIOR AND STARTLE RESPONSE Morgan Eytcheson, David Janetski, Sean Becker C13 Ecotoxicology
117 TINY TOXIN, SNAIL SURPLUS: THE CONSEQUENCES OF NANOPESTICIDE EXPOSURE Christina Bergemann, Ryan S. King, Emily Bernhardt, Marie Simonin, Brittany Perrotta C13 Ecotoxicology
118 FLOW RECESSION AND STREAM FLOW INTERMITTENCY DOMINATE ORGANIC CARBON CHEMISTRY IN A HEADWATER MOUNTAIN STREAM Stephen Plont, Adam Ward, Jay Zarnetske, Noah Schmadel C14 Hydroecology
119 GHOST FOREST RISING: A HYPERSPECTRAL APPROACH TO ASSESSING VEGETATION HEALTH AND TREE DIE-OFF IN RESPONSE TO SALTWATER INTRUSION IN A COASTAL ENVIRONMENT Lizzie Lightning, Theo Jass, Alexander McGirt, Ryan E. Emanuel C14 Hydroecology
120 HYDROLOGIC RESIDENCE TIME CONTROLS THE FATE OF CARBON AND NITROGEN AT A LAKE-GROUNDWATER INTERFACE Tyler Hampton, Martin Briggs, Jay Zarnetske, Jud Harvey, Kamini Singha, Fred Day-Lewis, John Lane C14 Hydroecology
121 PREDICTING WARMING EFFECTS ON LITTER BREAKDOWN RATES USING FORESTED AND URBAN STREAMS Garrett Frandson, Amy Rosemond, Phillip Bumpers C14 Hydroecology
122 Reducing redundancy among flow metrics in support of flow-ecology modeling in the Cape Fear and Pee Dee/Yadkin river basins Jason May, Thomas Cuffney, Jonathan Kennen C14 Hydroecology
123 SPATIALLY-EXTENSIVE SAMPLING REVEALS CONSISTENT HYPORHEIC-ZONE EFFECTS ON DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER QUANTITY AND QUALITY AT THE WATERSHED SCALE. Joseph Lee-Cullin, Jay Zarnetske, Sydney Ruhala, Evan Wiewiora, Benjamin Abbott, Tyler Hampton C14 Hydroecology
124 THE EFFECTS OF HIGH FLOW RATES ON HEXAGENIA LIMBATA (EPHERMEROPTERA: EPHEMERIDAE) AND THEIR BURROWS Nicholas Addison, John C. Morse C14 Hydroecology
125 IMPACTS OF STREAM RESTORATION ON THERMAL AND ECOLOGICAL CONDITIONS IN COW CREEK (STILLWATER, OKLAHOMA) Paige Kleindl, Leslie Riley, Robert Verb, Christopher Crown, Andy Dzialowski, Chris Zou, Elaine Stebler C16 Restoration Ecology
126 Measuring Water Quality Impact of a Coastal Plain Stream Restoration during Construction Danielle Winter C16 Restoration Ecology
127 ON SITE EVIDENCE OF GRASSES, SHRUBS AND TREES IN REDUCING FLOW VELOCITY NEAR RIVERBANKS Ayalew Legass, Jan Diels, Jean Poesen, Bart Muys, Moise Ndekezi C16 Restoration Ecology
128 ANALYSIS OF INCREASING TAXA TRENDS OF LONG-TERM DATA COLLECTED IN MINING IMPACTED STREAMS Jennifer Shanteau, Jeniffer Lynch C17 Bioassessment
129 ASSESSMENT OF BENTHIC MACROINVERTEBRATE PASSIVE SAMPLERS FOR SOUTHEASTERN COASTAL PLAIN NON-WADEABLE STREAMS Kelsey Laymon, Checo Colon-Gaud, Damon Mullis, Oscar Flite C17 Bioassessment
130 BIOMONITORING: DALLAS/FORT WORTH INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT- RELATING LAND USE TO AQUATIC LIFE USE Megann Harlow, Bethany Hudson C17 Bioassessment
131 CAN RIPARIAN HABITAT IMPACT WATER CHEMISTRY AND MACROINVERBRATE COMMUNITY STRUCTURE IN SMALL BLACKWATER CREEKS? Candace Moon, Checo Colon-Gaud, Aubrie Goodson, Ashley Deal C17 Bioassessment
132 DEVELOPMENT OF A RICHNESS- AND TRAITS-BASED MACROINVERTEBRATE MMI USING A MULTI-STATE DATASET IN THE OHIO RIVER BASIN Jamie Lau C17 Bioassessment
133 DIVERSITY OF AQUATIC OLIGOCHAETA (ANNELIDA: CLITELLATA) ON LAKE CUNIÃ, BRAZILIAN AMAZON Guilherme Gorni, Juliano Corbi, Vanessa Colombo-Corbi, Diego Gomes, Nathalie Sanches, Lucas Sahm C18 Biodiversity
134 Is standard Maxent model over-fitted? A test based on simulation Yong Cao C18 Biodiversity
135 SIMULIIDAE (DIPTERA) CYTOSPECIES COLLECTED FROM BEDROCK SUBSTRATE STREAMS THROUGHOUT OHIO. Mike Mendel, Peter Adler, Gregg Mendel, Rhonda Mendel C18 Biodiversity
137 DRAGONFLY DISTRIBUTION CHANGES MAY INDICATE CLIMATE CHANGE IN NORTH DAKOTA Hayden Zander, Andre DeLorme C20 Climate Change
138 Overwintering strategies of Anax junius in a Minnesota prairie-pothole ecosystem Ami Thompson, Emily Schilling, Katelyn Johnston C20 Climate Change
139 IMPLEMENTATION OF THE LONGWOOD ENVIRONMENTAL OBSERVATORY (LEO) Evan Barnes, Kenneth Fortino, Jessica Hoak, Dina Leech, Mark Fink, Kathy Gee, Vanessa Gentry, Alec Hosterman, Chris Labosier, Rachel Lombardi, Robert Marmorstein, Hunter Plumley, Kristina Rogers C21 Communicating Science
141 EFFECTS OF PRESCRIBED BURNS ON CHIRONOMIDAE (INSECTA:DIPTERA) COMMUNITIES Tessa Durnin, Alyssa Anderson C22 Disturbance
142 MACROINVERTEBRATE RECOVERY RATES FROM SIMULATED STREAMBED DISTURBANCE ACROSS A GRADIENT OF ACID MINE DRAINAGE IMPAIRMENT Mariah Thrush Hood, Kelly Johnson C22 Disturbance
143 WESTERN SPRUCE BUDWORM HERBIVORY INCREASES THROUGHFALL NUTRIENTS BUT NOT LITTER DECOMPOSITION RATES Izak Neziri, Clay Arango, Sally Entrekin, Jennifer Lipton, Alexandra Ponette-González C22 Disturbance
144 PHENOLOGY: PROJECTS TO EXPLORE NATURAL HISTORY AND CLIMATE CHANGE Keith Pecor, Kristen Batko C23 Education
145 AQUATIC INVERTEBRATE RESPONSE TO TROUT REMOVAL IN BRIGHT ANGEL CREEK, GRAND CANYON, AZ Megan Daubert, Jeffrey Muehlbauer, Ted Kennedy, Brian Healy C25 Food Webs
146 COMPETITION AMONG RIVERINE SPORT FISH INFERRED FROM GUT CONTENT ANALYSIS Eli Beal, David Janetski C25 Food Webs
147 HOW MUCH INFORMATION IS IN A FISH GUT? FINE SCALE IDENTIFICATION OF FISH GUT CONTENT ANALYSIS: A NEW METHOD EXAMINED Ayesha Burdett, Rebecca Bixby, Douglas Tave, Louie Toya, Allison Hutson C25 Food Webs
148 CYANOBACTERIA REDUCE QUAGGA MUSSEL (DREISSENA ROSTRIFORMIS BUGENSIS) REPRODUCTION AND VELIGER SURVIVAL Anna Boegehold, Donna Kashian, Nicholas Johnson C26 Invasive Species
149 EFFECT OF INVASIVE ELODEA CANADENSIS ON AQUATIC INSECT COMMUNITIES Jennifer Piacente, Martin B. Berg C26 Invasive Species
150 EFFECTS OF THE INVASIVE NEW ZEALAND MUD SNAIL IN THE AU SABLE RIVER (MICHIGAN, USA) Jeremy Geist, Mark Luttenton, Justin Wegner, Scott Tiegs C26 Invasive Species
151 INTER- AND INTRA-ANNUAL APPLE SNAIL (POMACEA SPP.) EGG MASS PRODUCTION IN LAKE SEMINOLE, GA, USA Nicholas Marzolf, Chelsea Smith, Stephen Golladay C26 Invasive Species
152 ROUND GOBY INVASION AND THE IMPACT ON NATIVE STREAM FISH ASSEMBLAGES Corey Krabbenhoft, Donna Kashian C26 Invasive Species
153 RUSSIAN OLIVE HAS SIMILAR GROWTH AND NODULATION RESPONSES AS OTHER ACTINORHIZAL SPECIES TO SOIL N AND LIGHT Graham Tuttle, Andrew Norton, Gabrielle Katz C26 Invasive Species
154 BENTHIC MACROINVERTEBRATES AS BIOINDICATORS OF LAND USE IMPACTS ON THE WESTERN FINGER LAKES Mitchell Owens C27 Landuse and Non-Point source Impacts
155 EFFECT OF LAKE DEPTH ON HYPOXIA IN AGRICULTURAL LAKES Jason Payne C27 Landuse and Non-Point source Impacts
156 FRESHWATER SALINIZATION, IT'S NOT JUST A COASTAL PROBLEM: IMPACTS OF MOUNTAINTOP MINING ON A REGIONAL SCALE Laura Naslund, Matthew Ross, Brian McGlynn, Emily Bernhardt, Alex Brooks, Eric Moore C27 Landuse and Non-Point source Impacts
157 IMPACT OF EXPOSURE TO URBAN DEVELOPMENT ON STONEFLY FUNCTIONAL COMPOSITION AND TAXONOMIC DIVERSITY IN THE SOUTHERN APPALACHIAN MOUNTAINS Briana Cairco, John C. Morse, Kyle Barrett, Michael Caterino, Nathan Weaver C27 Landuse and Non-Point source Impacts
158 LANDUSE INFLUENCES ON STREAM PROCESSES AND BIOTA Paula dos Reis Oliveira C27 Landuse and Non-Point source Impacts
159 Quantifying hydrologic and land use controls on the timing and magnitude of watershed nitrogen export Jon Duncan, Peter Groffman, LAWRENCE BAND C27 Landuse and Non-Point source Impacts
160 REDUCING PHOSPHORUS LOADS IN LAKE ERIE AT SUBWATERSHED SCALE Gabrielle Metzner C27 Landuse and Non-Point source Impacts
161 Threshold analysis of macroinvertebrate communities relative to restoration activities in the Delaware River Watershed Initiative Meghan O'Donnell C27 Landuse and Non-Point source Impacts
162 ASSESSMENT OF NOVEL MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES FOR ANTHROPOGENIC LITTER ON URBAN BEACHES Veronica Lourich, Timothy Hoellein, Olga Lyandres, Sarah Neville C28 Land-Water Interfaces
163 EVOLUTION OF STREAM WATER QUALITY AND ECOSYSTEM FUNCTION ALONG AN URBAN CORRIDOR IN WINTER - BOULDER CREEK, CO Margaret Spangler, Edward Stets, Michael Gooseff, Sheila Murphy C28 Land-Water Interfaces
164 LINKING WATER QUALITY AND TREE SWALLOW POPULATIONS ACROSS AN URBAN-FORESTED LANDSCAPE GRADIENT S. Mazeika P. Sullivan, Joseph Corra C28 Land-Water Interfaces
165 MINIMAL EFFECTS OF FATHEAD MINNOWS ON INSECT EMERGENCE FROM OUTDOOR MESOCOSMS Charles Nearman, Eric Sazama, Brianna Henry, Jeff Wesner, Lauren Henning, Emily Rolfes, Wyatt Waage, Stian Olson C28 Land-Water Interfaces
166 SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL VARIATION IN INSECT EMERGENCE FROM FOUR BACKWATERS OF THE MISSOURI RIVER Erika Oddy, Jeff Wesner, Lisa Yager C28 Land-Water Interfaces
167 THE ROLE OF STREAM NETWORK GEOMETRY AND CLIMATE ON THE SPATIAL EXTENT OF AQUATIC-DERIVED RESOURCES IN TERRESTRIAL ENVIRONMENTS Darin Kopp, Daniel Allen C28 Land-Water Interfaces
168 WESTERN SPRUCE BUDWORM HERBIVORY INFLUENCES STREAM MACROINVERTEBRATE STRUCTURE AND BIOMASS Deion Everhart C28 Land-Water Interfaces
169 USING d18O TO TRACK PO4 ENTERING THE WESTERN BASIN OF LAKE ERIE Melanie Marshall, Gabrielle Metzner, Kevin McCluney C30 Molecular Ecology
170 A 5-year study of leaf decomposition in the Ogeechee, a coastal plain river in Georgia. Jose Sanchez, Checo Colon-Gaud, V. Byron Collins C31 Organic Matter Processing
171 ANTHROPOGENIC LITTER IN URBAN STREAMS: SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION OF PLASTIC AND ITS ROLE IN LEAF LITTER BREAKDOWN Lisa Kim, Timothy Hoellein, Samuel Dunn C31 Organic Matter Processing
172 DECOMPOSITION OF ALLOCHTHONOUS ORGANIC MATTER IN TROPICAL STREAMS: ROLES OF MICROORGANISMS, AQUATIC INSECTS, DECAPODS, AND FISHES. Pavel García Soto, Robert Hall C31 Organic Matter Processing
173 IS LEAF LITTER A TROPHIC OR HABITAT SUBSIDY IN SMALL MAN-MADE PONDS? Naomi Williamson, Kenneth Fortino C31 Organic Matter Processing
174 LABILE AND RECALCITRANT CARBON POOLS DURING LEAF DECOMPOSITION: WHO IS USING WHAT WHEN? Beth Norman, Edward Walker C31 Organic Matter Processing
175 ORGANIC MATTER DECOMPOSITION IN THE CHANNEL AND STREAMBED SEDIMENTS AT THE DOWNSTREAM OF HEADWATER RESRVOIRS Tamao Kasahara, Yanda Li, Noboru Fujimoto, Masaaki Chiwa C31 Organic Matter Processing
176 PARTICULATE ORGANIC MATTER DYNAMICS IN EPHEMERAL TRIBUTARIES OF A CENTRAL APPALACHIAN STREAM Ken Fritz, Brent Johnson, Gregory Pond C31 Organic Matter Processing
177 WESTERN SPRUCE BUDWORMS STIMULATE COMMUNITY RESPIRATION VIA ORGANIC CARBON INPUTS Natalie Levesque, Clay Arango C31 Organic Matter Processing
178 COMPARING LEAF BREAKDOWN AND MACROINVERTEBRATE ASSEMBLAGES AMONG THREE COASTAL PLAIN RIVERS V. Byron Collins, Checo Colon-Gaud C31 Organic Matter Processing
179 EFFECTS OF A CANOPY COVER DISTURBANCE ON METABOLISM AND NUTRIENT RETENTION IN A SUBTROPICAL STREAM Nícolas Finkler, Walter K. Dodds, Flavia Tromboni, Davi Gasparini Fernandes Cunha, Adriana Miwa, Wesley Aparecido Saltarelli C32 Primary and Secondary Production
180 LONG-TERM OPEN WATER METABOLISM ESTIMATES ASSOCIATED WITH SEDIMENT RESTORATION IN A LOW-GRADIENT RIVER Kevin Nevorski, Amy Marcarelli, Casey Huckins, Sue Eggert C32 Primary and Secondary Production
181 INSIGHTS IN GROUNDWATER-SURFACE WATER INTERACTIONS FROM SMALL UNMANNED AERIAL SYSTEMS USING HIGH RESOLUTION IMAGERY Henry Pai, Scott Tyler C33 Remote Sensing
182 AN ALTERNATIVE PATH TO DEVELOPING TRIBAL WETLAND PROGRAMS IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST Scott O'Daniel, Rudy Salakory, Tom Elliot, Tracie Nadeau, Heather Bartlett, Matt Baerwalde C34 Science and Policy
183 A NEW STONEFLY SPECIES (PLECOPTERA: PERLIDAE) FROM SOUTHERN USA, WITH MORPHOLOGICAL AND MOLECULAR COMPARISON TO OTHER TAXA Eric South, Mark Davis, R. Edward DeWalt C35 Systematics and Taxonomy
184 AN UPDATE ON THE PHYLOGENY OF GENERA OF PSYCHOMYIIDAE (TRICHOPTERA) John C. Morse, Paul Frandsen, Shuang Qiu C35 Systematics and Taxonomy
185 PROGRESS REPORT OF FEMALE GENITALIC DESCRIPTIONS FOR SOUTHEASTERN UNITED STATES BRACHYCENTRUS SPECIES Coleson Wrege, John C. Morse C35 Systematics and Taxonomy
186 Comparing water quality in streams with and without UNGD in their watersheds Karen Knee S01 Water Quantity and Quality Impacts of Unconventional Fossil Fuel Development on Our Freshwater Futures
187 INVESTIGATING THE CONTROLS ON SALINIZATION OF RIVERS IMPACTED BY OIL AND GAS WASTEWATER DISPOSAL Bonnie McDevitt S01 Water Quantity and Quality Impacts of Unconventional Fossil Fuel Development on Our Freshwater Futures
188 RADIUM FATE FOLLOWING OIL AND GAS WASTEWATER DISPOSAL TO SURFACE WATERS Katherine Van Sice, Nathaniel Warner S01 Water Quantity and Quality Impacts of Unconventional Fossil Fuel Development on Our Freshwater Futures
189 REGULATORY HISTORY AND MANAGEMENT OF GAS WASTE IN PENNSYLVANIA Travis Tasker, William Burgos, John Gattermeyer, Lara Fowler S01 Water Quantity and Quality Impacts of Unconventional Fossil Fuel Development on Our Freshwater Futures
190 COMPOSITION AND FUNCTION OF MICROBIAL COMMUNITIES COLONIZING ORGANIC SUBSTRATES ALONG A RURAL TO URBAN GRADIENT Paul Risteca, John Kelly, David Costello, Scott Tiegs, Andrea Fitzgibbon S02 Urban streams, aquatic ecology, and stormwater engineering: How do we encourage integration, opportunities and collaboration in an era of green infrastructure innovation?
191 HUMAN INFLUENCES ON THE RIVER CONTINUUM CONCEPT: ANTHROPOGENIC NUTRIENT SOURCES AND WATERSHED DEVELOPMENT IMPACTS ON BENTHIC MACROINVERTEBRATE ASSEMBLAGE AND PRODUCTIVITY Kelli Park S03 Stressing the 'Eco' in Freshwater Ecotoxicology
192 NANOMATERIALS ENHANCE ALGAL RESPONSE TO EUTROPHICATION IN A LONG-TERM FIELD MESOCOSM EXPERIMENT Steve Anderson, Emily Bernhardt, Christina Bergemann, Marie Simonin, Ben Colman S03 Stressing the 'Eco' in Freshwater Ecotoxicology
193 PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES OF FISHES TO STRESSORS ASSOCIATED WITH OIL AND NATURAL GAS DEVELOPMENT Richard Walker, Annika Walters, Geoffery Smith S03 Stressing the 'Eco' in Freshwater Ecotoxicology
194 PLANNING FOR CONSTRUCTED AND RESTORED WETLANDS AT THE WATERSHED-SCALE: A MODIFIED MODELING PROCEDURE TO EVALUATE WETLAND HYDROLOGIC EFFECTS Grey Evenson, Charles Lane, Daniel McLaughlin, C. Nathan Jones, Heather Golden S04 Natural and Constructed Wetlands – improving water quality and watershed health
195 Automated Low-Cost Stream/River Flow Monitoring By Electronic Flowmeter Connected To Open Source Embedded Electronics Roman Evarist, Amartya Saha S07 Conducting freshwater science with open-source, inexpensive technologies
196 DESKTOP WETLAND PROJECT: AN OPEN-SOURCE STUDY SYSTEM FOR RESEARCH, EDUCATION, AND OUTREACH Simon Pearish S07 Conducting freshwater science with open-source, inexpensive technologies
197 HYDROMET SENSING: THE NEXT GENERATION SENSOR-TO-DATA MANAGEMENT SYSTEM USING OPEN SOURCE TECHNOLOGIES (Invited) PAUL CELICOURT, Richard Sam, Michael Piasecki S07 Conducting freshwater science with open-source, inexpensive technologies
198 A MULTI-LOCUS PERSPECTIVE OF GLOBAL CRAYFISH PHYLOGENY Zachary Dillard, Zachary Loughman, Bronwyn Williams S12 Challenges, insights, and opportunities in crayfish conservation and ecology
199 A SURVEY OF CRAYFISHES OF UPPER APPOMATTOX RIVER BASIN IN CENTRAL VIRGINIA David Conner, Sujan Henkanaththegedara, Connor Perry S12 Challenges, insights, and opportunities in crayfish conservation and ecology
200 CRAYFISH OF THE GUYANDOTTE RIVER BASIN, WEST VIRGINIA, USA. David Foltz II, Zachary Loughman S12 Challenges, insights, and opportunities in crayfish conservation and ecology
201 DEVELOPMENT OF A CAPTIVE REARING PROTOCOL FOR TWO FEDERALLY LISTED CENTRAL APPALACHIAN CRAYFISH SPECIES: CAN IT BE DONE? Emmy Delekta, Zachary Loughman, Nicole Sadecky, Tyler Hern S12 Challenges, insights, and opportunities in crayfish conservation and ecology
202 EVALUATION OF AGGRESSIVE INTERACTIONS BETWEEN NATIVE AND INVASIVE CRAYFISH USING NOVEL REAL-TIME VIDEO TRACKING SYSTEM Eric Lewis, Sujan Henkanaththegedara, Jena Cruz, Cole Milliron, Brandon Jackson S12 Challenges, insights, and opportunities in crayfish conservation and ecology
203 HISTORICAL AND CURRENT DISTRIBUTION OF WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA'S APPALACHIAN PRIMARY BURROWING CRAYFISHES: A CENTURY OF CHANGE OR STASIS? Katie Scott, Zachary Loughman, Zachary Dillard, Nicole Sadecky, David Lieb S12 Challenges, insights, and opportunities in crayfish conservation and ecology
204 PREDICTING THE POTENTIAL DISTRIBUTION OF THE NONNATIVE RED SWAMP CRAYFISH PROCAMBARUS CLARKII IN THE LAURENTIAN GREAT LAKES Rachel Egly, Gust Annis, Eric Larson, W. Lindsay Chadderton, Jody A. Peters S12 Challenges, insights, and opportunities in crayfish conservation and ecology
205 RANGE WIDE LAND USE IMPACTS ON THE FEDERALLY ENDANGERED CRAYFISH CAMBARUS VETERANUS Gregory Myers, Zachary Loughman S12 Challenges, insights, and opportunities in crayfish conservation and ecology
208 RIVERINE RESERVES: MIGRATING PRINCIPLES OF MARINE RESERVES UPSTREAM Aaron Koning S13 Freshwater protected areas: optimizing conservation of functional and taxonomic biodiversity
209 A zero-order approach to estimate nutrient uptake length using tracer addition Chuanhui Gu, William P. Anderson, Jr., Laura Heinen S14 Stressors in linked aquatic-terrestrial ecosystems: New developments and solutions
210 Aquatic-Terrestrial Linkages Downstream of Glen Canyon Dam Christina Lupoli S14 Stressors in linked aquatic-terrestrial ecosystems: New developments and solutions
211 THE EFFECTS OF LOW-LEVEL SALT CONCENTRATIONS ON PHOTOSYNTHESIS, GROWTH, AND CARBOHYDRATE CONCENTRATIONS OF PERIPHYTON Anastasia Mogilevski, Sally Entrekin, Brooke Howard-Parker S14 Stressors in linked aquatic-terrestrial ecosystems: New developments and solutions
212 CHARACTERIZING CYANOBACTERIAL DYNAMICS UNDER DIFFERENT MIXING REGIMES USING MULTI-LEVEL MODELING Jeremy Smithheart, Daniel Obenour, Yue Han, Tarek Aziz S20 Understanding physical controls on cyanobacteria dominance: toward prediction and prevention
213 Modeling vertical diffusion in a shallow eutrophic reservoir Yue Han, Jeremy Smithheart, Daniel Obenour, Robyn Smyth, Tarek Aziz S20 Understanding physical controls on cyanobacteria dominance: toward prediction and prevention
214 TEMPERATURE REGULATES MICROCYSTIN RELEASE FROM TOXIN-PRODUCING CYANOBACTERIA Jeremy Walls, Kevin Wyatt, Allison Rober, Jason Doll, Eric Rubenstein S20 Understanding physical controls on cyanobacteria dominance: toward prediction and prevention
215 ASSESSING ECOLOGICAL UPLIFT IN STREAM RESTORATION PROJECTS IN CHARLOTTE, NC Ella Wickliff, Sandra Clinton, PhD S23 Rehabilitating urban streams: perspectives from science and management
216 DOES DIEL NITRATE VARIABILITY INDICATE NITROGEN SATURATION? Catherine Chamberlin, Jim Heffernan S24 Towards a predictive freshwater ecology: using time-series data to understand and forecast responses to a changing environment
218 PARTICULATE NUTRIENTS IN THE GREAT LAKES: ANALYZING A 20-YEAR DATASET Kathryn Meyer, Glenn Warren, Eric Osantowski, Michael Yusim S24 Towards a predictive freshwater ecology: using time-series data to understand and forecast responses to a changing environment
219 WHAT CAN STREAMPULSE DO FOR YOU? BUILDING THE STREAM METABOLISM PIPELINE Eric Moore, Erin VanderJeugdt S24 Towards a predictive freshwater ecology: using time-series data to understand and forecast responses to a changing environment
220 AQUATIC INSTRUMENT SYSTEM DATA CONSISTENCY ACROSS A CONTINENT: THE NEON COMMISSIONING APPROACH Guy Litt, Jesse Vance S27 Advancing Consistency in Ecological Assessments
221 INTERACTION BETWEEN PHYSIOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL HETEROGENEITY DETERMINES DISCREPANCY IN STREAM METABOLISM ACROSS SPATIAL SCALES Chao Song, Erica Garcia, Alba Argerich, Matt Whiles, Walter K. Dodds, Keith Gido, William H. McDowell, John S. Kominoski, Damien McMaster, Michael B. Flinn, Matt T. Trentman, Janine Rüegg, Samuel P. Parker, Tamara Harms, Amy D. Rosemond, William Breck Bowden, Ken Sheehan, Lauren Koenig, Wilfred Wollheim, Kaitlin Farrell, Christina Baker, Jeremy Jones, Michael Douglas, Ford Ballantyne, Ashley Helton, Shufang Jia S29 Macrosystem Ecology of Aquatic Systems
222 REDUCED WATER CLARITY IN UNITED STATES RESERVOIRS AS COMPARED TO LAKES: IMPLICATIONS FOR MEDIATING MASS TRANSPORT FROM CONTINENTS TO COASTS Daniel Day, Kristin Strock, Roxanne Razavi, Nicole Hayes, Bridget Deemer S29 Macrosystem Ecology of Aquatic Systems
223 A NOVEL APPLICATION OF MAXENT RESPONSE FUNCTIONS TO IDENTIFY ABIOTIC AND BIOTIC DETERMINANTS OF AMERICAN EEL DISTRIBUTION IN MID-ATLANTIC U.S. RIVERS Taylor Woods, Daniel McGarvey S30 The future of trait-based approaches in research and management
224 DRAMATIC SEASONAL SHIFTS IN PRIMARY PRODUCERS IN A MID-SIZED PIEDMONT RIVER Caitlin Conn, Mary Freeman, Seth Wenger, Amy Rosemond, Phillip Bumpers, Kyle McKay S31 Moving forward in flow ecology: identifying and testing key hypotheses
225 Taxa Richness Variation & Networked Measurement of Ionic Strength to Monitor Waterway Health Sonja Michaluk
226 Rapid assessment of algal community composition and harmful blooms using DNA barcoding and Next Generation Sequencing L. Cynthia Watson, Natalia V. Ivanova, Sue B. Watson, George S Bullerjahn
227 MAYFLY DRIFT IN RESPONSE TO ARTIFICIAL LIGHT AT NIGHT: A CASE STUDY IN SCIENCE COMMUNICATION JoAnna Hernandez, Tyler Griswold, Stephanie Lenox, Anya Romig, Alexandra Wert, Elizabeth Perkin
228 MACROINVERTEBRATES COMMUNITIES IN AREAS COVERED AND DEVOID OF THE FLOATING FERNS (SALVINIA SPP.) IN BOQUERÓN WILDLIFE REFUGE (BWR) AT CABO ROJO, PUERTO RICO. Dennis O. Perez Lopez, Arocho Hernandez Nahira, Santos Flores Carlos
229 RIPARIAN FOREST STRUCTURE AND STREAM FOOD WEBS Peter Kiffney, Matthew Kaylor, Dana Warren, Sean Naman C25 Food Webs
230 Stable isotopes reveal invasion-mediated changes in aquatic subsidies provided to riparian songbirds Hannah Riedl, Lani Stinson, Liba Pejchar