North American Regional Meeting
The International Environmetrics Society (TIES)
Measuring, Monitoring, and Modeling Environmental Resources
June 15 – 17, 2009
Corvallis, OR, USA
Construction and Engineering Auditorium
LaSells Stewart Center
Monday, June 15
10:00 – 12:00 Workshop on Effectiveness
Jon Souder, Executive Director, Coos Watershed Assessment: A Proposed Case Study in the Coos Bay Watershed
12:00 – 1:30 Lunch Break on your own
1:30 – 2:30 Opening Session
Overview of the Oregon Plan for Salmon & Monitoring Coordinator, Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife 2:30 – 3:00 Break
3:00 – 4:45 Analysis of Stream Networks
Organizer and Moderator: Becky Flitcroft
Patterns of coho salmon size and survival within a
JL Ebersole, ME Colvin, PJ Wigington, Jr., SG
Dan Miller and Lee Benda
Jay M. Ver Hoef and Erin E. Peterson
Statistical Models of Stream Networks
Is the Range Parameter a Measure of Patch Size in Nicholas A. Som and Lisa M. Ganio
Headwater Streams?
5:30 – 7:00 Opening Reception
Tuesday, June 16
7:30 – 8:00 Continental Breakfast
8:00 – 9:45 Spatio-Temporal Bayesian Hierarchical Models for Environmental Data
Organizer and Moderator: Jay Ver Hoef
Spatial Hierarchical Modeling in Comparing
Erin M. Schliep, Daniel Cooley, Stephan R. Sain,
Extreme Precipitation Generated by Regional Climate Models Bayesian Inference for Marine Mammal Devin Johnson , Josh London , and Carey Kuhn
Telemetry Data: A Continuous-Time Approach Simultaneous Cellular Movement Models for Mevin Hooten and Devin Johnson
Resource Selection Issues with Modeling Spatial Ordered Categorical Megan Higgs
9:45 – 10:15 Break
10:15 – 12:00 Relationships between Landscape, Habitat, Stream Condition, and Fish Populations
Moderator: Yan Fang
Goldilocks and the three pools: do juvenile salmon Marti J. Anderson and Russell B. Millar
choose habitats that are "just right"?
Addressing redundancy of information in habitat
Yasmin Lucero
metrics to refine understanding of juvenile-habitat associations for Oregon's coastal coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch) The effect of uncertainty in monitoring data on Chris Jordan ,Darcy Pickard
Spring/Summer Chinook salmon A comparison of spatially explicit landscape Erin E. Peterson
representation methods and their relationship to
stream conditions
12:00 – 1:00 Lunch (provided)
1:00- 2:45 Session Title: Terrestrial Surveys

Moderator: Bianca Eskelson
Modeling Trends In Vegetation With Ordinal
Kathryn M. Irvine and Thomas J. Rodhouse
Cover Classes: Implications For Long-Term Monitoring Designs. Stream temperature standards & timber harvest - Jeremy Groom, Liz Dent, and Lisa Madsen
How are we doing? Relating forest attributes with area-based and tree- Michael E Goerndt,V.J. Monleon & H. Temesgen
based LiDAR metrics for western Oregon How Can We Decide Which Small Stream Map is Joowon Park, L. Monika Moskal and Jim Fridley
More Accurate? -Focusing on Sampling Method
and Statistical Analysis -
2:45 – 3:15 Break
3:15 – 5:00 Marine & Estuarine Surveys
Moderator: Don Stevens
A Stratified, Random Sampling Program to
A.R Melwani, B. K. Greenfield, and K Harrold,
Examine Mercury in Small Fish from San Francisco Bay, California Two-phase survey design for mapping oceanic Kerry J. Ritter, Becky Schaffner, Dawn Olson,
sediment condition surrounding two treated wastewater outfalls in San Diego. Spatial modelling of prawn abundance from large- Charis Burridge, Geoff Laslett and Rob Kenyon
scale marine surveys using penalised regression splines Sampling Headwater Streams for Autocovariance Nicholas A. Som, Lisa M. Ganio, and Robert
6:00 – 9:00 Conference Banquet at Tyee Wine Cellars
Wednesday, June 17
7:30 – 8:00 Continental Breakfast
8:00 – 9:45 Models for Environmental Data

Moderator: Lisa Ganio
Multispecies Occupancy Models for the Analysis
Robert M. Dorazio
of Metacommunity Dynamics Towards an integrated structural model for Russell Millar and Marti Anderson
Predictive modeling and mapping sage grouse Andrew C. Yost, Steven L. Petersen, Michael
(Centrocercus urophasianus) nesting habitat using Maximum Entropy and a long-term dataset from Southern Oregon Estimating aquatic vegetation occurrence and Brian R. Gray, Mark D. Holland, Leigh Ann
abundance using the rake sampling method 9:45– 10:15 Break
10:15 – 12:00 Landscapes and Coho Salmon
Moderator: Lisa Madsen
Introduction to the Oregon Story: Linking
D.P. Larsen, E.A. Steel, K.J. Anlauf , J.C. Firman,
D.W. Jensen, K.M. Burnett, K. Christiansen, B.E. Feist How broad the horizon? Landscape models of J.C. Firman, E.A. Steel, D.W. Jensen, K.M.
adult coho salmon density examined at four spatial Burnett, K. Christiansen B.E. Feist, D.P. Larsen and extents. Comparing riverine landscape models across E.A. Steel, D.W. Jensen, K.M. Burnett, K.
populations and sampling designs to understand Christiansen, J.C. Firman, B.E. Feist, K.J. Anlauf, K.J. Anlauf , D.W. Jensen, E.A. Steel, K.M.
variation in coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch) Burnett, K. Christiansen, J.C. Firman, B.E. Feist, 12:00 – 1:00 Lunch (Provided)
1:00 – 2:15 Monitoring Oregon’s Water Quality

Moderator: Bill Gaeuman
Oregon’s Water Quality Monitoring Strategy
Aaron Borisenko
High Level Indicators of the Water Resources of Shannon Hubler, Sarah Miller, Leslie Merrick, Robin Leferink, and Aaron Borisenko
An Innovative Approach to Regional Monitoring Michael Mulvey, Robin Leferink, and Aaron
and Assessment: The Willamette Basin Rivers and Borisenko
Streams Assessment
2:15 – 2:45 Break
2:45– 4:30 Rotating Panel Surveys for Status and Trend
Moderator: David Dail
Stratified Rotating Panel Survey With Regression
Mary C. Christman
Imputation: A Sampling Strategy for Estimating Total Number of Bald Eagle Nesting Territories in Florida Trend Analysis in the Context of Design Based Bill Gaeuman
Sampling of Spatially Distributed Resources Calculating the power to estimate trend with a Leigh Ann Harrod Starcevich, Andrea M. Heard,
linear mixed model for unbalanced data from a panel design Using Imputation to Estimate Trend and Don Stevens
Abundance in Coho Salmon Numbers using a
Multi-Period Rotating Panel Sampling Design
4:30 – 4:45 Conference Closing Session


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