Over the years, the Poster Session at the GWS conferences has grown into a weeklong event with almost 200 posters and computer demos on display. While there's nothing like seeing a Poster "live," you can still explore these presentations online. Below you will find links to PDF versions of some of the posters that were presented at GWS2011.
Passing the Torch: A Conversation between Generations about Resource Stewardship • Ben Baldwin et al.
Rocky Mountain Green Team: Providing Urban Youth a Connection to National Parks • Ben Baldwin et al.
Rocky Mountain National Park Eagle Rock Internship Program: A Productive Partnership for Youth Engagement • Ben Baldwin et al.
Visions of You — Picture Your NPS: Helping Youth Personally Connect to Parks through Photography • Ben Baldwin et al.
Reporting on Land Use Change for GULN Parks • Jeff Bracewell & Martha Segura
Texas Tortoise Habitat Modeling • Jeff Bracewell & Robert Woodman
Evaluation of the Southwest Alaska Network Nearshore Monitoring Program: Synthesis, Analysis, and Insight from the First 5 Years • Heather A. Coletti et al.
Cumulative Shoreline Length and Marine Area in Ocean, Coastal and Great Lakes Parks • Thom Curdts
Shallow-Water Benthic Habitat Maps for St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands: Example of a Successful Partnership in Marine Benthic Mapping • Thom Curdts
Seabed Classification Maps for Golden Gate National Recreation Area: Example of a Successful Partnership in Marine Benthic Mapping • Thom Curdts
Managing Submerged Resources in Ocean, Coastal, and Great Lakes Parks • Thom Curdts & Jeffrey N. Cross
Historic Preservation Training Center: A View from the Scaffolding, a View from the Ground • Rebecca Cybularz
Argentine Ants on Santa Cruz Island, Channel Islands National Park: Options for Containment and Control • Kate Roney Faulkner et al.
Monitoring Phenology and Vegetation Productivity in Parks with the Terrestrial Observation and Prediction System • S. Hiatt et al.
Southeast Alaska Oceanographic Monitoring: Implementing Integrated Data Management • Bill Johnson
Detecting Vegetation Diversity Change Due to Trampling on Cadillac Mountain Summit Using Remote Sensing Datasets from 2001 and 2007 • Min-Kook Kim & John J.Daigle
Spatial Interaction Analysis between Vegetation Changes and Management Practices, Cadillac Mountain Summit, Acadia National Park • Min-Kook Kim & John J.Daigle
20 Years Later ... Exxon Valdez Oil Spill • Fritz Klasner
Alien Species and a Changing World: Will Kelp Forests Ever be the Same? • David J. Kushner & Kelly J. Moore
NASA’s Applied Remote Sensing Education and Training • Richard Kleidman et al.
Interannual Variability of Lake Ice Phenology in Southwest Alaska: Integrating Remote Sensing and Climate Data • Chuck Lindsay et al.
Looking at Risks Facing the Natural Resource Professions: Improving Employee Safety in the National Park Service • Jerry M. Mitchell and Samantha Richardson
Bridging the Gap: Improving Science Communication in the San Francisco Bay Area Network • Michelle O'Herron
Assessment of Tropical Cyclone Induced Transgression of the Chandeleur Islands for Restoration and Wildlife Management • Ross Reahard et al.
“Keeping It Wild” at Fire Island’s Wilderness: Developing a Protocol for Wilderness Character Monitoring • Lindsay Ries et al.
The Paul S. Sarbanes Transit in Parks Technical Assistance Center • Phil Shapiro et al.
Dead Wood in Hardwood Forests of Vicksburg National Military Park • Daniel J. Twedt
Managing Research Activity in Wilderness • Judith Visty et al.
Engaging Students with National Parks • Daniel Wakelee et al.
Archiving Historic Bird Checklists from Southwest Alaska’s National Parks into eBirdand Avian Knowledge Network Databases • Kelly Walton et al.
Harnessing the Power of Pictures • Jessica Weinberg