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Streaming Video Collection:
Wildlife Habitat

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Below is the RTI Website collection of Wildlife Habitat streaming videos. The links with yellow backgrounds are hosted on this website (www.ruraltech.org). The links with gray backgrounds are hosted on the WSU Cooperative Extension's website.

2011 Presentations

Learning Networks as a Tool to Strengthen Regional Marine Resource Management (11:58)
Diana M. Pietri
(8th Annual College of Forest Resources Graduate Student Symposium: February 25, Seattle, Wa.)

Variability of Coastal Cutthroat Trout Abundance and LIDAR-Derived Channel Morphometry in Headwater Catchments (14:38)
Jason Walter
(8th Annual College of Forest Resources Graduate Student Symposium: February 25, Seattle, Wa.)

2010 Presentations

Amphibian Response to Alternative Riparian Buffer Treatments in the First Post-Harvest Year: The Type N Experimental Buffer Treatment Study
Aimee McIntyre - WA Dept. of Fish and Wildlife
From the Washington Forest Practices Adaptive Management Science Conference: April 13, Olympia, WA.

2009 Presentations

Estimating Individual Detection Probability and Abundance For Stream-associated Amphibians Using Multiple Visit Surveys
A.J. Kroll - Weyerhaeuser Company
(Washington Forest Practices Adaptive Management Science Conference: March 18, Olympia, WA.)
Nest Predation by Common Ravens on Greater Sage-grouse in Relation to Land Cover in Western Wyoming
Vivian Bui
(7th Annual College of Forest Resources Graduate Student Symposium: March 6, Seattle, Wa.)
Spatially Forecasting Climate Change Effects on Coldwater Fishes: A Proposal
Aaron Ruesch
(7th Annual College of Forest Resources Graduate Student Symposium: March 6, Seattle, Wa.)
Variability of Coastal Cutthroat Trout Abundance and LIDaR-Derived Channel Morphometry in Headwater Catchments
Jason Walter
(Annual College of Forest Resources Graduate Student Symposium: March 6, Seattle, Wa.)

2008 Presentations

Riparian Habitat and Populations
AJ Kroll • Weyerhaeuser Company
*Questions and Answers
From the Riparian Adaptive Management Symposium: Nov. 3-4, Forks, WA.
Riparian Processes and Aquatic Habitat
Bob Bilby • Weyerhaeuser Company
Questions and Answers
From the Riparian Adaptive Management Symposium: Nov. 3-4, Forks, WA.
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Identifying, protecting and restoring thermal refuges for coldwater fishes -
High summer water temperatures are a widespread factor implicated in reduced distribution, abundance, and health of coldwater fishes such as salmon. Through case studies, example applications of new technologies, and applications of modeling approaches, this symposium will provide participants the opportunity to share, discuss, and synthesize information on protecting and restoring coldwater refuges for salmonids.
(There are 9 streaming video presentations from this event).

Biodiversity in Cacao and Banana Agroforests of Talamanca, Costa Rica -
Chad Wilsey
(From the 5th Annual College of Forest Resources Graduate Student Symposium)

15:53
Pre-Harvest Occupancy and Abundance Patterns among Instream Amphibians in Type N Experimental Buffer Treatment Study -
Aimee P. McIntyre, Washington Dept. of Fish and Wildlife
Questions and Answers
(Washington Forest Practices Adaptive Management Science Conference)
16:16
A Longitudinal Analysis Of Stream-Breeding Amphibian Species During The Pre-Harvest Interval -
Eric M. Lund, Washington Dept. of Fish and Wildlife
Questions and Answers
(Washington Forest Practices Adaptive Management Science Conference)
16:38
Pre-Harvest Patterns: Instream Amphibians and Sensitive Sites -
Marc Hayes, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife
(Washington Forest Practices Adaptive Management Science Conference)
15:02
Genetic Diversity and Genetic Neighborhood of Tailed Frogs and Cope's Giant Salamander across 3 Regions of Western Washington -
Stephen Spear, Washington State University
(Washington Forest Practices Adaptive Management Science Conference)
18:59

2007 Presentations

 
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Effects of Shade Retention on Stream Amphibians: Some Preliminary Result - Jim MacCracken, Longview Fibre
Questions & Answers
13:56
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Wood Utilization by Terrestrial Salamanders: Implications for Forestry Practices - Marc Hayes, WDFW
Questions & Answers
20:25
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Landscape genetics of tailed frogs (A. truei) and Cope’s giant salamanders in reference versus managed - Andrew Storfer and Stephen Spear, School of Biological Sciences, WSU
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20:13
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First Pre-harvest Year Amphibian Data for the Type N Experimental Buffer Treatment Study - Marc Hayes, WDFW
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16:41
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SHRUBS, GRASSES & OLD TREES: Havens for Wildlife - Jim Bottorff, WA DNR Stewardship Wildlife Biologist
29:11
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2006 Presentations

 
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Population Ecology of the Marbled Murrelet on the Olympic Peninsula:
Martin G. Raphael , USDA Forest Service, PNW Research Station
18:49
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2005 Presentations

 
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Red Alder as Habitat for Wildlife - Brenda McComb, UMass-Amherst & Oregon State University
19:50
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2004 Presentations

 
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Managing for Wildlife on Private Forests in Washington - Jim Bottorff (WA DNR) and Janean Creighton (WSU Cooperative Extension)
2hrs:17mn
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Assessing Current and Potential Future Wildlife Habitat Conditions: the LMS and Wildlife Habitat Analyses - Kevin Ceder, Forest Technology Specialist, RTI
1hr:19mn
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Wildlife Education for Landowners - Janean Creighton, WSU Wildlife Extension Coordinator
11:09
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Wildlife Diseases -
Gary Witmer, USDA - Animal Plant, Health Inspection Service
45:37
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2003 Presentations

 
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Neotropical Migrant Songbirds: Conservation strategies for forest landowners - Janean Creighton, Extension Coordinator, Natural Resource Sciences, WSU
34:57
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Small Mammals of the Forest Floor - Stephen D. West, Associate Dean and Professor, College of Forest Resources, UW
47:44
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Managing Wild Turkeys in Washington and Idaho - Jim Bottorff, Washington Dept. of Natural Resources
33:21
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Bats on Small Woodlands - Janean Creighton, Extension Coordinator, Natural Resource Sciences, WSU
34:20
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Chronic Wasting Disease of Deer and Elk - Kristin Mansfield, Washington Dept. of Fish and Wildlife
33:00
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Progress with Habitat Modeling (using LMS) - Tom Bloxton, Wildlife Habitat Biologist, RTI
15:18
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