We are pleased to announce the following poster presenters have been chosen to have their work displayed throughout the conference.
We will be highlighting their work and making them available for questions on Monday, May 16, 2022 in the evening session. We had MANY great submissions, so we congratulate them on their selection for a poster presentation.
We highly value the effort placed on this work and will present an award and cash prize to the best poster. (Also - tacos and a band - poster night is a festive evening!)
If you are interested in being considered for the award and having a panel of scientists give you feedback on your work, please call 406.640.9000 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Heidi Anderson: Determining the Distribution of Three Alyssum Species in YNP Using Herbarium Specimens
Kyra Bornong: A LiDAR-Based Landslide Inventory of Road Corridors in Yellowstone National Park
Taylor Bayne: AI-Enabled camera traps for mitigating wildlife-livestock conflicts in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem
Alysha Armstrong: Supervised Deep Learning Models to Improve the Yellowstone Seismic Catalog with Application to the 2013-14 Norris Geyser Basin Earthquake Swarm
Brooke Caldwell: Examining the impact of probable bison-caused bark damage to a limber pine stand in Yellowstone National Park
Molly Caldwell: Niche Space of Yellowstone Ungulates
Jana Cram: Diversity and distribution of case-building caddisflies in Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Park wetlands
R. Vincent Debes II: How will hot springs respond to climate change?
Rachel Dines: Willow Response to Reduced Moose Herbivory in the southern Absaroka Beartooth Wilderness
Robert Heumann: The role of cryptic nitrogen fixation in post-fire forest recovery within the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem
Maggie Holahan: Picking Up Steam: Utilizing Dual Infrasound Arrays to Characterize Steamboat Geyser’s Renewed Activity & Multiphase Eruption Dynamics
Sean Hoy-Skubik: Resistance of Whitebark Pine Seedlings to Future Climate Stress
Madeline Jackson: 3D digitization of Yellowstone wolf (Canis lupus) skulls for education, research, and outreach
Elizabeth-Ann Jamison (presented by D. Thoma): Climatic vulnerability of whitebark pine forests to white pine blister rust infection
Will Janousek: Primary drivers of winter elk aggregation on the National Elk Refuge, WY
Laura Jones: Adaptive management following assessment of over a decade of sagebrush restoration in Grand Teton National Park
James Larson: An Investigation of a Novel Metabolism in Yellowstone Lake Bacteria Which Produced the Greenhouse Gas Methane from Methylamine
Katherine Low: Clearly contaminated: non-blooming cyanobacteria and the risk of toxin exposure in GYE lakes
Kylie Moore: Constraining dacite units in and surrounding Yellowstone National Park
Jack Rabe: Breeding displacement in gray wolves (Canis lupus): Three males usurp breeding position and pup rearing from a neighboring pack in Yellowstone
Teodora Rautu: How does whitebark pine affect snowpack and streamflow in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem?
Mara Reed: The underwater sights and sounds of thumping hot springs in the Upper Geyser Basin
Lily Sencenbaugh: Rngeland recovery after management of non-native annual grass, Ventenata dubia, over five years in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem
Billy Smallen: NEON at Yellowstone: Expanding the Scope of Ecological Science Through Long-term, Open Access Ecological Data
Jeremy SunderRaj: Habituated wolves in national parks
Sarah Whipple: The impact of climate change on pollinators in high elevation ecosystems
Sarah Whipple: Sagebrush ecosystems have towards elk, bison, moose, pronghorn, & sage grouse species - what benefits do these ecosystems provide for pollinators?
Karen Williams: Channel Migration Zone Delineation and Potential Channel Change on Soda Butte Creek
Jacob Young: GeyserTimes: a platform for crowdsourced geyser data