25 Special Session - Causal Assessment From the General to the Specific using Bioassessment Data II

Tuesday, May 19, 2009: 10:15 AM-12:15 PM
Vandenberg A
Moderator:
Michael B. Griffith
10:15 AM
170
Cause-effect relationships and stressor-specific tolerance values
Lester L. Yuan, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
10:30 AM
171
Comparison of multiple regression and propensity score methods for analyzing biomonitoring data: An example using the Minnesota biological monitoring program dataset
Laurie C. Alexander, US Environmental Protection Agency; Lester L. Yuan, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; Amina I. Pollard, US Environmental Protection Agency; Joel W. Chirhart, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency; Scott L. Niemela, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency; Robert E. Murzyn, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency
10:45 AM
172
Using empirical stressor-response models to make predictions at finer spatial scales
Susan Norton, U.S. EPA; Jay Field, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
11:00 AM
173
From causal inference to regulatory thresholds
Lei Zheng, Tetra Tech Inc.; Jeroen Gerritsen, Tetra Tech Inc.
11:15 AM
174
Using mean and quantile regression with broken-stick models to develop stressor response relationships to assess the potential causes of biological impairment in streams
Michael B. Griffith, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development; Joel W. Chirhart, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency; Scott L. Niemela, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency; Robert E. Murzyn, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency
11:30 AM
175
Effects on land use on trophic structure in agricultural U.S. watersheds
Catherine M. Riseng, University of Michigan; Michael J. Wiley, University of Michigan; Robert Black, U. S. Geological Survey; Mark D. Munn, US Geological Survey
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