Program and Agenda

S13 North American Breeding Bird Survey: Tackling New Challenges and Addressing Old Questions


Moderator(s)

Marie‐Anne Hudson
Environment Canada
marie-anne.hudson@ec.gc.ca

Keith Pardieck
USGS
kpardieck@usgs.gov

John R. Sauer
USGS Patuxent Wildlife Research Center
jrsauer@usgs.gov

Adam C. Smith
Environment Canada
adam.smith@ec.gc.ca


Date: 9/26/2014

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Oral Presentations
Location: Emerald Mountain - Bible Point

13:30
Downes, C.; Hudson, M. R.; Smith, A. C.; Francis, C. M.; THE STATUS OF BIRDS IN CANADA WEBSITE: THE TRIALS AND TRIBULATIONS OF SYNTHESIZING MULTIPLE, DISPARATE DATA SOURCES (Abstract ID:15874) O

13:45
Smith, A. C.; GO NORTH YOUNG BIRDER! THE BBS FRONTIER HIGHLIGHTS THE NEED FOR A DISCUSSION ON WHAT WE WANT FROM PUBLISHED ESTIMATES OF STATUS AND TREND (AND THE NEED FOR MORE DATA!). (Abstract ID:15897) O

14:00
Bled, F.; Sauer, J. R.; Pardieck, K. L.; Doherty, P. F.; Royle, J. A.; MODELING TRENDS FROM NORTH AMERICAN BREEDING BIRD SURVEY DATA: A SPATIALLY EXPLICIT APPROACH (Abstract ID:15966) O

14:15
Veech, J. A.; Jensen, J.; ASSESSING LAND COVER COMPOSITION AND CONFIGURATION ALONG ROUTES OF THE NORTH AMERICAN BREEDING BIRD SURVEY (Abstract ID:16001) O

14:30
Handel, C. M.; Sauer, J. R.; Amundson, C. L.; Matsuoka, S. M.; HIERARCHICAL ANALYSIS OF BREEDING BIRD SURVEY DATA FROM ROADSIDE AND REMOTE AREAS TO ESTIMATE POPULATION TRENDS IN ALASKA (Abstract ID:15950) O

14:45
Solymos, P.; Bayne, E. M.; Mahon, C. L.; Hache, S.; Fontaine, P.; Cumming, S. G.; Stralberg, D.; Schmiegelow, F.; Song, S.; UNDERSTANDING THE SOURCES OF BIASES IN POPULATION SIZE ESTIMATES BASED ON ROADSIDE SURVEYS IN CANADA (Abstract ID:16111) O

15:00
Van Wilgenburg, S. L.; Obermayer, B.; Joyce, T.; Weddle, B.; EXPANDING BBS COVERAGE FOR BOREAL CANADA: ARE THERE DISTURBANCE RELATED BIASES IN ROAD NETWORKS NEEDING FURTHER CONSIDERATION? (Abstract ID:15841) O

15:15
Rodriguez-Contreras, V.; Berlanga, H.; Pardieck, K.; EXPANSION OF THE BREEDING BIRD SURVEY TO NORTHERN MEXICO: WORTH THE EFFORT (Abstract ID:15855) O

16:00
Clement, M. J.; Nichols, J. D.; Pardieck, K. L.; AVIAN INDICATORS OF CLIMATE CHANGE BASED ON THE NORTH AMERICAN BREEDING BIRD SURVEY (Abstract ID:15904) O

16:15
Wilson, S.; Pillar, A. G.; Reudink, M. W.; Ladeau, S. L.; Tøttrup, A. P.; Marra, P. P.; COMBINING BREEDING BIRD SURVEY DATA WITH REMOTE SENSING TO ASSESS THE EFFECTS OF BREEDING AND WINTER CLIMATE ON THE RANGE-WIDE ABUNDANCE OF NEOTROPICAL MIGRANTS (Abstract ID:16132) O

16:30
Frei, B.; Fyles, J. W.; Cardille, J. A.; Nocera, J. J.; MISSING THE SMALL PICTURE: MAPPING GEOGRAPHIC-DEPENDENCY IN THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN A THREATENED WOODPECKER AND ITS COMPETITOR (Abstract ID:15895) O

16:45
Sauer, J. R.; Zimmerman, G. S.; USING BBS AND THE ATLANTIC FLYWAY BREEDING WATERFOWL SURVEY TO ESTIMATE COMPOSITE TRENDS OF WOOD DUCK IN EASTERN NORTH AMERICA (Abstract ID:16228) O

17:00
Miller, D. A.; Smith, A. C.; Cadman, M.; Russell, R.; Weeber, R. C.; DIFFERENT FOREST BIRD POPULATION TRENDS FROM BBS AND FOREST INTERIOR MONITORING SITES (Abstract ID:15944) O

17:15
Link, W. A.; Sauer, J. R.; CRITICIZING THE BBS MODEL (Abstract ID:16282) O