Monday, June 4, 2007: 3:15 PM-5:00 PM
Lexington Room B (Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center)
Special Session - Progress, Challenges, and Opportunities in Freshwater Conservation II
Organizers:David L. Strayer
Colin Apse
3:15 PMEcological Limits of Hydrologic Alteration: An Approach for Setting Regional Environmental Flow Standards
Colin Apse, Angela H. Arthington, Brian P. Bledsoe, Stuart E. Bunn, Prof., David Merritt, Robert J. Naiman, N. LeRoy Poff, Brian Richter, Kevin H. Rogers, Rebecca Tharme, Andrew T. Warner
3:30 PMDam Removal: Research needs for guiding effective conservation strategies
David D. Hart, Jeffrey Ashley, Angela Bednarek, Rebecca Brown, Karen Bushaw-Newton, Donald F. Charles, Richard J. Horwitz, Jim Pizzuto, David J. Velinsky
3:45 PMQuantifying links between hydrologic alteration and functional composition of aquatic insect communities
Julie Zimmerman, N. LeRoy Poff, Daren M. Carlisle
4:00 PMEffects of climate change and water shortage on freshwater biodiversity
Marguerite A. Xenopoulos
4:15 PMTackling the real challenges to freshwater conservation through improved water resources management worldwide
Elizabeth P. Anderson, Michael E. McClain
4:30 PMHow can benthic ecology contribute to conservation science and practice?
Catherine M. Pringle
4:45 PMDiscussion
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