Subject: 2014 Joint Annual Meeting
Washington Chapter-The Wildlife Society (WA-TWS)
Society for Northwestern Vertebrate Biology (SNVB)
4th International Burrowing Owl Conference (BUOWC)
Researchers Implementing Conservation Action (RICA)
Northwest Partners in Amphibian and
Reptile Conservation (NWPARC)
Red Lion Inn, Pasco, Washington
For more information, please visit:
BUOWC http://www.globalowlproject.com/; PARC http://www.nwparc.org/;
SNVB http://www.thesnvb.org/; RICA JeffLincer@gmail.com; WA-TWS http://wildlife.org/washington/
***Abstract Deadline: November 15, 2013***
Please specify on the first line either “oral presentation” or “poster presentation”
Abstract limit: 250 words
Use Times New Roman, 12‐point font.
Title.—Type in all capitals, bold face, end with a period. Note that articles and prepositions are not capitalized unless they are the first word of the title: the second half of a hyphenated term is not capitalized.
Author name(s).— Follow directly after title, standard face, type in upper and lower case. Place an asterisk next to presenting author (need not be the first author).
Author address(es).—Italicize. If authors have different addresses, follow each author name with the appropriate address; spell out street addresses, use state acronyms, no comma between state and zip code, include the name of the country if other than the United States or Canada; separate street address and email address with a semi‐colon.
Abstract.—Indent. Single space and type in upper and lower case. The abstract should summarize the paper with an emphasis on results and interpretation. Only small capitals and italics are retained, so please do not use bold face or any other non‐standard type face. Leave only 1 space between a period and the start of the next sentence. Scientific names should be italicized and should accompany the 1st use of the common name. Common names should be capitalized.
Monitoring American Marten on the East Side of the North Cascades of Washington. Danielle Munzing*, Washington Department of Natural Resources, 1111 Washington Street Southeast, Olympia, WA 98501; firstname.lastname@example.org; William L Gaines, Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forests, USDA Forest Service, 215 Melody Lane, Wenatchee, WA 98801; email@example.com
We used track plates to monitor American Marten (Martes americana) over two field seasons in 2003 and 2004 to test the efficacy of applying this technique to late-successional reserves on the east side of the North Cascades. We stratified our sample area into wet and…
** Please submit abstracts for oral and poster presentations to firstname.lastname@example.org
POSTER PRESENTATION GUIDELINES:
Each poster should be contained within a 3 ft.-high x 4 ft.-wide area. Posters should be attached to poster boards or other sturdy material provided by the presenter. Posters will be affixed to the walls using painters tape. If you have your own poster stand please bring it as there are limited stands and tables. Also please bring copies of your poster abstract and contact information to hand out to poster session attendees. Contact Robert Weaver email@example.com directly if you have additional questions about display boards and/or the size of your poster.
A.J. Kroll <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Wednesday, July 17, 2013