Presentations

Reid, A. M. Grass, fire, kangaroos and cattle: The nexus between fire and herbivory in northern Australia. PhD Seminar. University of Tasmania, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia 2019 May 30.

Reid, A.M., B.P. Murphy, T. Vigilante, Wunambal Gaambera Aboriginal Corporation, and D.M.J.S. Bowman. A multi-scale analysis of large macropod and wild cattle distribution in the north Kimberley, Western Australia. Poster presented at: Australasian Wildlife Management Society Annual Conference, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, 3-7 December 2018.

Reid, A.M., B.P. Murphy, T. Vigilante, Wunambal Gaambera Aboriginal Corporation, and D.M.J.S. Bowman. A multi-scale analysis of large herbivore distribution in the north Kimberley, Western Australia. Oral presentation at:  Ecology in the Anthropocene. Annual Conference of the Ecological Society of Australia, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, 2018 November 25-29. Co-presenter: Ildephonse Cheinmora (WGAC).

Robertson, K. M. and A. M. Reid. Distinctive floristic composition of longleaf pine wiregrass, shortleaf pine-oak-hickory and old-field plant communities in northern Florida and southern Georgia. Invited oral presentation at: Our Roots Run Deep. 10th Biennial Longleaf Conference and 9th Eastern Native Grass Symposium, Mobile, Alabama, 2014 October 21-24.

Reid, A. M. LANDFIRE Case Study: Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge. Invited webinar for the Student Association for Fire Ecology. 2014 April 14.

Reid, A. M. and K. M. Robertson. Fire behavior in the native longleaf pine (Pinus palustis) – wiregrass (Aristida stricta) community of the southeastern United States. Poster presented at: From Dusty Trails to Waning Wetlands. 67th Annual International Meeting, Technical Training and Tradeshow of the Society for Range Management, Orlando, Florida, 2014 February 8-13.

Reid, A. M., K. M. Robertson and T. L. Hmielowski. Predicting litter and live herb fuel consumption during prescribed fires in native and old-field upland pine communities of the southeastern United States. Poster presented at: 4th Fire Behaviour and Fuel Conference, International Association of Wildland Fire, Raleigh, North Carolina, 2013 February 18-22.

Reid, A. M., K. M. Robertson and T. L. Hmielowski. Predicting litter and live herb fuel consumption during prescribed fires in native and old-field upland pine communities of the southeastern United States. Poster presented at: Native
America – Native Rangelands. 66th Annual Meeting, Technical Training and
Tradeshow of the Society for Range Management, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 2013
February 2-8.

Reid, A. M. and K. M. Robertson. Fuel consumption in native and old growth upland pine savannahs of the southeastern US. Poster presented at: Lessons from the Past – Strategies for the Future. 65th Annual Meeting of the Society for Range Management, Spokane, Washington, 2012 January 29-February 3.

Reid, A. M. The importance and role of prescribed burning in maintaining wildlife habitat. Invited presentation “Vegetation Management for Upland Wildlife” field day at Dixie Plantation hosted by the U of Georgia Thomas County Cooperative Extension and U of Florida Leon County Extension as part of the 2010-11 FL-GA Game Management Update Series, Greenville, Florida, 2011 April 29.

Reid, A. M. and S. D. Fuhlendorf. The effects of fire and herbivory on sentinel species across northeastern Montana. Poster presented at: Transcending Borders –
Landscapes and Legends. 64th Annual Meeting of the Society for Range Management, Billings, Montana, 2011 February 6-10.

Reid, A. M. Conservation and fire management of Great Plains landscapes. Invited
presentation at Tall Timbers Research Station, Tallahassee, Florida, 2009
December 10.

Reid, A. M. Conservation and fire management of Great Plains landscapes. M.S. Defense. Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, Oklahoma, 2009 November 19.

Haskins, I., T. Hiatt, K. Hillbun, L. Kurpiers, S. Martin, J. Mortimer, A. Ovrutsky, A. M. Reid, J. Rudulph, A. Seaman, S. Schwartz, and M. Sweetwood. The impacts of human structures/activities on wildlife dispersal areas in Mbirikani Group Ranch near Amboseli, Kenya. The School for Field Studies Spring 2007 Research Symposium, Kimana, Kenya, 2007 April 29.

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