Walking the walk, talking the talk

The Fremier lab has been lighting up the conference circuit for the past few months. Adrianne, Francine, Liza, Oscar, Aline, Natalia, Kath, and Alex have presented their work at meetings in Washington, Oregon, Montana, Quebec, Utah, and Costa Rica. Alex rocked his plenary talk at the Restoring the West conference, which was themed "Down by the River: Managing for Resilient Riparian Corridors."

Joint Aquatic Sciences Meeting, Portland, OR, May
Mitchell, L. R.; Fremier, A. K.; Kennedy, B. P.; Isotopic variability of aquatic biota in a wilderness watershed: which environmental conditions drive regional isoscape patterns? 

Bellmore, R.; Newsom, M.; Fremier, A.; Connolly, P.; Incorporating food webs into salmon recovery science: a modeling approach.

Goldberg, C. S.; Strickler, K.; Fremier, A. K.; Modeling environmental DNA detection of aquatic species across systems. (invited)

Zuckerman, A.; Fremier, A. K.; Bellmore, J. R.; Mejia, F. H.; Terrestrial carbon dynamics, aquatic food webs, and implications for ecosystem restoration.

Mejia, F. H.; Baxter, C. V.; Fremier, A. K.; Bellmore, J. R.; Berntsen, E. K.; Effects of hyporheic exchange on the growth of post-emergent Chinook salmon in winter and early spring.

Fremier, A, K Strickler, and C Goldberg. Using environmental DNA in monitoring programs for fish and amphibians. (invited)

Goldberg, Caren S., Jesse Brunner, Emily Hall, Katherine Strickler, Alexander Fremier, and Erica Crespi. Simultaneous detection of amphibian pathogens and their vertebrate hosts in aquatic systems. (invited)

Strickler, KS, CS Goldberg, and AK Fremier. Environmental DNA sampling strategies in lentic and lotic systems. (invited)

Ecosystem Services Partnership, San Jose, Costa Rica, September
Ortega-Pieck, A, and AK Fremier. Provisioning of ecosystem services from riparian buffers: The potential of whole-stream metabolism as a stream function metric.

Abelleira Martinez, OJ, AK Fremier, S Guenter, JD Marshall, FA DeClerck. Linking currencies: up-scaling ecosystem service provision and benefits in human-modified tropical landscapes.

Carmona-Estrada, N, AK Fremier, and FA DeClerck. Incorporating the agroecosystem as a provider of ecosystem services into Costa Rican payment for environmental services scheme.

Abelleira Martínez, OJ, HS Tavárez, Z Ramos Bendaña, SM Galbraith, S Günter, FA DeClerck, and AK Fremier. Linking ecosystem service tradeoffs with perceived benefits from reforestation in seasonally dry Costa Rica to inform PES.



Abelleira Martínez, O.J., S. Günter, J.D. Marshall, F.A. DeClerck, and A.K. Fremier. Quantifying tradeoffs of forest water use and carbon sequestration in reforestation strategies in seasonally dry Costa Rica to inform PES.

Abelleira Martínez, O.J., H. Tavárez, Z. Ramos Bendaña, S.M. Galbraith, A.K. Fremier, S. Günter, L. Elbakidze, L. Vierling, J. Ordoñez, F.A. DeClerck, and N.A. Bosque Pérez. 2014. Linking ecosystem service tradeoffs with perceived benefits from reforestation in human-modified tropical landscapes. 

Restoring the West Conference 2014, Logan, Utah, October

Fremier, Alex. A Riparian Conservation Network to develop ecological resilience (invited plenary)

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