The poster session will happen on Thursday May 13, 2021 from 11 am - 1 pm PDT.

To join the session, click on the Zoom meeting invitation in the program. You will be able to move around breakout rooms as you please, and your moderator will be there to answer any questions you might have.

Prizes will be awarded to the best graduate student poster and the best undergraduate student poster!
Please provide feedback to our poster presenters HERE (feedback can be anonymous)

Prizes will be awarded for the best presentations:

Best PhD talk: $250

Best MS talk: $250

Best undergraduate talk: $250

Best non-research talk/poster: $250

Best graduate poster: $250

Best undergraduate poster: $250

Best mentor/mentee poster: $500

Poster on: Microclimate variation across a gradient of stand structure
Microclimate variation across a gradient of stand structure
01 - Amanda Brackett (She/her)
Masters Student
Degree: Forest Ecosystems and Society
Forest Ecosystems and Society
Oregon State University
Poster 2 - Comparing temporal changes of stream pool habitats and their usage by coastal cutthroat trout and coastal Giant Salamanders
Comparing temporal changes of stream pool habitats and their usage by coastal cutthroat trout and coastal Giant Salamanders
02 - Alastair Brent Cardenas
Undergraduate Student
Degree: Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences
Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Sciences
Oregon State University
Poster 3 - Investigating microplastic exposure to ex- and in-situ Sea Otters using spraint and diet analysis
Investigating microplastic exposure to ex- and in-situ Sea Otters using spraint and diet analysis
03 - Jennifer E. Van Brocklin (she/her)
Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Sciences
Oregon State University
Poster 4: Using the Oregon State Ichthyology Collection to understand historical Anchorworm parasitism of introduced warmwater fishes in the Willamette Basin
Using the Oregon State Ichthyology Collection to understand historical Anchorworm parasitism of introduced warmwater fishes in the Willamette Basin
04 - Elena Eberhardt (She/Her)
Undergraduate Student
Degree: Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences
Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Sciences
Oregon State University
Poster 5: Opportunistic photo-identification of blue whales in New Zealand to enhance population understanding
Opportunistic photo-identification of blue whales in New Zealand to enhance population understanding
05 - Grace Merret Hancock
Undergraduate Student
Degree: Biology
Biology
Kalamazoo College
Poster 6:  Is prevalence of the trematode Nanophyetus salmincola higher in creeks with increased presence of domestic dogs?
Is prevalence of the trematode Nanophyetus salmincola higher in creeks with increased presence of domestic dogs?
06 - Layla Felina Hazani (she/her)
Undergraduate Student
Degree: Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences
Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Sciences
Oregon State University
Poster 7: Influence of salinity and pesticide toxicity on behavior in a model estuarine organism (Menidia beryllina)
Influence of salinity and pesticide toxicity on behavior in a model estuarine organism (Menidia beryllina)
07 - Sara Hutton (she/her)
Ph.D. Student
Environmental and Molecular Toxicology
Oregon State University
Poster 8 - Thermal effects on juvenile Pacific Cod diet composition in Gulf of Alaska nursery habitats
Thermal effects on juvenile Pacific Cod diet composition in Gulf of Alaska nursery habitats
08 - Kaitlyn Osborne and Kaylee Marshall
Undergraduate Student
Degree: Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences and Zoology
Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Sciences and Integrative Biology
Oregon State University
Poster 9 - Using state-space models to reduce the sensitivity of fishery assessments to hypoxia
Using state-space models to reduce the sensitivity of fishery assessments to hypoxia
09 - Montana McLeod (she/her)
Masters Student
Degree: Fisheries Science
Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Sciences
Oregon State University
Poster 10 - Do we need to change the way we collect landings data for recreational fisheries?
Do we need to change the way we collect landings data for recreational fisheries?
10 - Mee-ya A. Monnin
Masters Student
Degree: Fisheries Science
Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Sciences
Oregon State University
Poster 11: Investigating the muddled taxonomic status of two African tetra species
Investigating the muddled taxonomic status of two African tetra species
11 - Nathaniel Neal (he/him)
Undergraduate Student
Degree: Zoology
Integrative Biology
Oregon State University
Poster 21 - Whale, Hello There! The creation of a quality control protocol for a Humpback Whale photo-identification catalog
Whale, Hello There! The creation of a quality control protocol for a Humpback Whale photo-identification catalog
12 - Morgan O'Rourke-Liggett (they/them, he/him)
Masters Student
Degree: Wildlife Science
Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Sciences
Oregon State University
Poster 13 - Improving occupancy modeling with community science
Improving occupancy modeling with community science
13 - Mark Roth (he/him/his)
Masters Student
Degree: Computer Science
Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Oregon State University
14 - StatEcoNet: Statistical Ecology Neural Networks for Species Distribution Modeling
StatEcoNet: Statistical Ecology Neural Networks for Species Distribution Modeling
14 - Eugene Seo (she/her)
Ph.D. Student
Degree: Computer Science
Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Oregon State University
Poster 15 - Diurnal rest site use of ringtail in southwestern Oregon
Diurnal rest site use of ringtail in southwestern Oregon
15 - Lindsay Somers (she/her)
Masters Student
Degree: Wildlife Science
Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Sciences
Oregon State University
Poster 16 - Ocelot and Bobcat occurrence in an exotic game ranch
Ocelot and Bobcat occurrence in an exotic game ranch
16 - Zachary M. Wardle (he/his)
Masters Student
Degree: Range and Wildlife Management
Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Research Institute
Texas A&M University-Kingsville