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BEHAVIORAL LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY
& CONSERVATION BIOLOGY

PRESENTING
 

Professional talks (*designates speaker)

Sovie, A.R., D.U. Greene*, C.F. Frock, A.D. Potash, R.A. McCleery. April 10-12, 2019. Ephemeral temporal partitioning may facilitate coexistence in competing species. The Florida Chapter of The Wildlife Society. 2019 Spring Conference. Melbourne, FL.

 

Sovie, A.R., D.U. Greene*, C.F. Frock, A.D. Potash, R.A. McCleery. 2018. Ephemeral temporal partitioning may facilitate coexistence in competing species. The Wildlife Society. 2018 Annual Conference. Cleveland, OH.

Frock, C.F.*, R.A. McCleery, and M. Conner. Aug. 9, 2018. Effects of GPS sampling frequency and timing on space use inferences of a small mammal species. 103rd Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America. New Orleans, LA. 20 minutes.
 

Frock, C.F.* and M.G. Turner. Oct. 18, 2016. Microhabitat conditions rather than landscape patterns affect post-dispersal seed removal in burned and unburned lodgepole pine forests. 23rd Annual Conference of The Wildlife Society. Raleigh, NC. 20 minutes.

Fields, W.R.*, Frock, C., Haddad, N.M., and N. Thurgate. Aug. 9, 2011. Testing assumptions about amphibian movement behavior with field experiments. 96th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America. Austin, TX.

 

Frock, C.* Nov. 7, 2009. Movement studies of the impacts of human disturbance on amphibian habitat quality. 32nd Annual Fall Conference and General Meeting of the North Carolina Herpetological Society. Raleigh, NC. 20 minutes.
 

 

 

Professional posters (*designates presenter)

Frock, C.F.*, R.A. McCleery, and L.M. Conner. Mar. 12-13, 2019. GPS sampling frequency and timing affect space use inferences for a small mammal species. Movement Ecology of Animals Gordon Research Conference, Barga, Lucca, Italy.
 

Frock, C.F.*, R.A. McCleery, and L.M. Conner. Mar. 2, 2019. GPS sampling frequency and timing affect space use inferences for a small mammal species. Movement Ecology of Animals Gordon Research Seminar, Barga, Lucca, Italy.

Hudgens, B.*, N. Haddad, W. Fields, N. Y. Thurgate, C. Frock, D. Kuefler, B. Morris, T. Jobe. Jul. 6, 2010. Using movement behaviors to assess dispersal routes in complex landscapes. 24th Annual International Congress for Conservation Biology. Edmonton, AB, Canada.


Frock, C.* Jul. 4, 2010. The effects of human landscape modification on the movement behavior of common and rare amphibian species. 24th Annual International Congress for Conservation Biology. Edmonton, AB, Canada.

Hudgens, B.*, N. Haddad, W. Fields, N. Y. Thurgate, C. Frock, D. Kuefler, T. Jobe. Dec. 1, 2009. Using movement behaviors to determine connectivity in complex landscapes. Partners in Environmental Technology Technical Symposium and Workshop. Washington, D.C.

 

MEDIA

Videos

"Ecology in a Changing World"
Ecological Society of America
August 2015
https://vimeo.com/136015261

A film created for ESA's 100th anniversary featuring Dr. Monica Turner and her research in Yellowstone National Park including the field work conducted in 2014 for my Master's degree.


Newspaper articles

October 14, 2011
“Fate of a tiny mouse rests on salt marsh restoration” by Aric Crabb
Contra Costa Times
http://www.contracostatimes.com/ci_19115016

 

University reports

Report of Activities 2009 and 2010
North Carolina Cooperative Fish and Research Wildlife Unit
http://www.ncsu.edu/nccoopunit/downloads/20092010_Report.pdf

Report of Activities 2007 and 2008
North Carolina Cooperative Fish and Research Wildlife Unit
http://www.ncsu.edu/nccoopunit/downloads/2008Report.pdf

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