Symposium on Science & Stewardship to Protect & Sustain Wilderness Values

 

Poster Session

Program Coordinators – Alan Watson, Aldo Leopold Wilderness Research Institute (awatson@fs.fed.us), Steve Carver, University of Leeds (s.j.carver@leeds.ac.uk), and Zdenka Krenova, Czech Academy of Sciences (zd.krevnova@gmail.com).

 

Session Time Key

A is      9:30 AM to 11:10 AM
B is     11:30 AM to 1:10 PM
C is      3:00 PM to 4:30 PM
D is      5:00 PM to 6:30 PM

 

SYMPOSIUM POSTER SESSION

Scheduled for Tuesday, 6:00 to 8:00 PM – Claustra Baja (Hallway)

Sponsored and hosted by the US Bureau of Land Management – Alaska State Office

Perceptions Of Wilderness In Antarctica
Tina Tin, Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition
John Peden, Georgia Southern University
Jessica O’Reilly, College of St. Benedict/St. John’s University
Diane Erceg, Australian National University
Javier Benayas, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid
Kees Bastmeijer, Tilburg Law University
Pat Maher, University of Northern British Columbia

The Nature Conservancy: Mechanisms Used To Protect Public Values On Private Lands In The State Of Maine
Kent W. Wommack, The Nature Conservancy, USA

Fuzzy Tools For Fuzzy Problems: Capturing Value And Meaning In Wilderness Landscapes With Qualitative Web-Based Mapping Surveys
Steve Carver, University of Leeds
Jonny Huck, University of Leeds

Wild Ennerdale – Sensing The Wildness For 10 Years|
Gareth Browning, Wild Ennerdale

Using Spatial Technology In Wilderness Recreation Site Surveys
Lisa Machnik, USDA Forest Service
Justin Ewer, USDA Forest Service

Mapping Wilderness Character ForUSNational Park Wildernesses
James Tricker, Aldo Leopold Wilderness Research Institute
Peter Landres, Aldo Leopold Wilderness Research Institute

Opening Borders For Largest European Land Animal
Yvonne Kemp, PWN Water Supply Company North-Holland & ARK Nature

Promoting Wilderness And Wild Areas In France
Sarah Noel, IUCN France
Thierry Lefebvre, IUCN France

Educational Level As A Factor On Public Perception OfAntarcticaAnd How The Antarctic Should Be Managed
Molly C. Kelly, College of St. Benedict
Kathy Larrea, College of St. Benedict

Public Perceptions On Antarctic Wilderness: Preliminary US Results
Stephanie Pinkalla, College of St. Benedict

The Public’s Perspective Of Antarctica As Influenced By Their Political Views
Angela Haun, College of St. Benedict 

The Problem Of Anthroposphere And Biosphere Relationships In The Ural Mountain Region
V.N. Bolshakov, Ural Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences
K.I. Berdyugin, Ural Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences

Improving Creative Reasoning Through Immersion In Natural Settings
Ruth Ann Atchley, University of Kansas
David L. Strayer, University of Utah
Paul Atchley, University of Kansas

The importance of water-based ecosystem services derived from the Shoshone National Forest
Chris Armatas, The University of Montana

North American Wilderness & Protected Areas Conservation -Ecosystem services: our life support system
Alan Watson, Aldo Leopold Wilderness Research Institute
Dan Mulrooney, Parks Canada
Mike Higgins, US Fish & Wildlife Service
Jeffrey Cross, US National Park Service
Joe Ashor, US Bureau of Land Management
Randy Welsh, USDA Forest Service
Karla Barclay, CONANP (Mexico)
Rodrigo Flores Gutiérrez CONANP(Mexico)

VisSim 3: Simulating visitor use of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness
Mark Douglas, The University of Montana
Neal Christensen, Christensen Research
Ann Schwaller, US National Forest Service
Bill Borrie, University of Montana
Alan Watson, Leopold Institute

Managing wilderness climbing experiences and impacts: comparative analysis between France and the US
Yann Borgnet, Ecole Normale Supérieure de Cachan (France)

The International Journal of Wilderness (IJW) – 20 years of knowledge
IJW Executive Editorial Board

The CEBA “Community Ecosystem Based Adaptation” approach to integrated sustainable development
Andrew Venter, Wildlands Conservation Trust
Roelie Kloppers, Wildlands Conservation Trust
Andrew Whitley, Wildlands Conservation Trust
Kevin McCann, Wildlands Conservation Trust
Zoe Brocklehurst, Wildlands Conservation Trust        

Project IMPAACT: coral reefs and climate change on the Andaman coast of Thailand
Phil Dearden, University of Victoria
Nathan Bennett, University of Victoria
Petch Manopawitr, University of Victoria
Skye Augustine, University of Victoria

50 years of wilderness in the USA: federal agency perspective
Bunny Sterin, US Bureau of Land Management

Restoring wilderness: The contribution of private land to landscape conservation
Angus Tanner, Wilderness Foundation South Africa

Traditional and scientific knowledge to find solutions to environmental challenges
Vanessa-Sarah Salvo, IUCN Spain Committee

Mapping the world under a Nature Needs Half future
Joe Richardshon, School of Geography, The University of Leeds
Steve Carver, Wildland Research Institute, The University of Leeds

25 years of citizen oversite and no spills!
Cathy Hart, PWS Regional Citizens Advisory Council, Alaska

Enviornmental Education for Youth
Paul Boos, Wrangell Institute of Science and The Environment
Janelle Eklund, Wrangell Institute of Science and The Environment

Wildlife and plants within the city limits of WinstonSalem: protection to flourish
Avery Locklear, CoalitionWILD

Arabian oryx reintroduction inSaudi Arabia
Joe Sulik, CoalitionWILD

CopperRiver Basin: replacing invasives with native species
Jacob Jones, CoalitionWILD

How climate change is affecting our lives
Trevor Grams & Sammie Ellsworth, CoalitionWILD

Saving wild places by combatting invasive species
Melanie and Nicola Pieper, CoalitionWILD

Conservaton D Tour
McKenzy Haber, CoalitionWILD

Odiak Pond: restoring a stream bed and salmon habitat
Gabrielle Brown, CoalitionWILD

Pacuare Natural Reserve
Alvaro Manzano

Backcountry Trail Use Density in Yellowstone National Park
Arthur Reinelt, Bavarian Forest National Park

Czech – German borderland in Nationalparks Sumava andBavarianForest
Pavel Storch

The governance challenges for rewilding Burma/Myanmar’s forested landscapes
Oliver Springate-Baginski, School of International Development, University of East Anglia

The Green Heart of Europe
Michael Zika, Austrian Biodiversity Programme, Nature Conservation Department, WWF Austria

Legal regulation on landscape: social involvement and habitat connectivity inSpain
Jose Luis Durán Sanchez, Biodiversity Section, Grupo Generala

Sanjay Gandhi National Park, Mumbai – A case for protecting an Urban Wilderness
Shardul S. Bajikar, Natural History Editor, Saevus Wildlife India

North American Wilderness & Protected Areas Committee
Randy Welsh, U.S. Forest Service

Conservation of Oxyura leucocephala in theMurcia Region, Spain
Francisco Corbalán Martínez, LIFE09NAT/ES/000516
Justo García Rodríguez, LIFE09NAT/ES/000516

Diet and prey profiles of three sympatric large carnivores in Bandipur Tiger Reserve,India
Anish P. Andheria, Wildlife Conservation Trust, India
 K. Ullas Karanth, WCS – India Programme
 N. Samba Kumar, WCS – India Programme

S.O.S. Darien(Mesa Redonda)
Jorge Astorquia, Asociación Gaia para la conservación y gestión de la Biodiversidad

Center for Fish and Wildlife Research, Department of Wildlife, Fish and Environmental Studies, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences
Carl-Gustaf Thulin, Director
Annie Thulin, Assistant