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Class of 2019

Master of Science in Conservation Medicine

Ecology & Conservation Biology Poster Exhibit

Tuesday, October 23, 2018 from 12:00 – 2:30pm

Kohnstamm Conference Room, Jean Mayer Administration Bldg, Grafton Campus

200 Westboro Road, North Grafton, MA 01536

Poster Topics

Bringing Policy to Practice: Multi-disciplinary Coordination for Mangrove Management in Thailand Hannah Bartling
Just Keep Swimming: A Management Plan to Protect the Galapagos Marine Iguanas from the Threats of Invasive Species Natalie Bauer
Harping on Education: Implementation of Education Programs to Save the Harpy Eagle Kristen Bishop
LAL Is Not A Laughing Matter: A Potential Management Plan for Atlantic Horseshoe Crabs (Limulus polyphemus) and Harvesting for Human Laboratory Medicine in the Delaware Bay Jacqueline Buckley
There’s No Ticket to Ride: An African Elephant Management Plan Danielle Carnahan
Invasive Red-eared Slider: A Control Plan for Chile Javiera Constanzo Chávez
Addressing Anthropogenic Threats: Red Pandas in Nepal Kritika Dhungana
Pipelines and Predation: Management Strategies for the Conservation of Boreal Woodland Caribou (Rangifer tarandus caribou) Hannah Eiseman
Increasing Genetic Variation in the Mauritius Pink Pigeon Jordyn Ellorin
Up to Bat: The Giant Golden-Crowned Flying Fox A Management Plan for the Largest Endangered Megabat in the Philippines Elena Iacono
Disappearing Clouds: Managing Clouded Leopard (Neofelis nebulosa) Population Declines in Malaysia Aliris Loperena
A Potential Management Plan to Control the Spotted Lanternfly Population in Pennsylvania Dayna Martinez
Tangled Up: Reducing Marine Debris Related Injuries & Mortalities in the Hawaiian Monk Seal Anjali Narasimhan
The Buzz Around Buzzards: Decreasing Conflict Between Humans and Turkey Vultures (Cathartes aura) in Suburban Virginia Victoria Rowley
Komodo Dragons and the Fight Against Anthropogenic Threats Olivia Rozanski
An Analysis of the Recent Expansion of Moose Populations into Central Massachusetts Using MVC-derived and the Projected Effectiveness of Proposed MVC-mitigation Protocols David Segal
Preserving an Aztec God: A Recipe for Habitat Restoration for Axolotl Reintroduction in Lake Xochimilco, Mexico City, Mexico Rebekah Smith
Once Rare Now the Birders’ Trash Bird? Our Role in Managing Anthropogenic Threats to Osprey Nesting Behavior Meghan Warren