Curriculum Vitae

David Kiernan Skelly

 

Updated February 2011

 

 

 

School of Forestry & Environmental Studies

Phone: (203) 432-3603

Yale University

Fax: (203) 432-3929

195 Prospect Street

Email: david.skelly@yale.edu

New Haven, Connecticut 06511 USA

Website: www.cbc.yale.edu/people/skelly/

 

Education

 

1983 - 1987

A. B., Biology, Middlebury College, Vermont, cum laude

 

1987 - 1992

Ph.D., Department of Biology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

 

Professional Positions

 

1992 - 1993

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Australian Flora and Fauna Research Program, University of Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia

 

1993 - 1995

NSF Postdoctoral Fellow in Environmental Biology, Department of Zoology, University of Washington, Seattle

 

1996 -

School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, Yale University
 

1996 - 2000 Assistant Professor of Ecology
    2000 - 2003 Associate Professor of Ecology
    2003 - Professor of Ecology
    2009 - Associate Dean for Research
       

1996 -

Adjunct Professor, Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, Yale University

 

2000 -

Curator, Division of Vertebrate Zoology, Peabody Museum of Natural History, Yale University

 

2001

Visiting Associate Professor, Department of Biology, Pennsylvania State University

 

2003 - 2004

Visiting Scholar, School of Biological Sciences, University of Queensland, Australia

2004 - 2006 Director, Doctoral Program in Organismal and Integrative Biology, Yale University
2005 - 2009

Chair, Masters Admissions, School of Forestry & Environmental Studies, Yale University

2009 -

Director of Doctoral Studies, School of Forestry & Environmental Studies, Yale University

 

Fellowships and Honors

 

1987

Honors, Undergraduate Thesis, Middlebury College

1990 - 1991

Rackham Predoctoral Fellowship, University of Michigan

1992

Rackham Dissertation Fellowship, University of Michigan

1997, 2001, 2003, 2006

 

Award for Teaching Excellence, Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies

2003 - 2004

Guggenheim Fellowship, John Simon Guggenheim Foundation

2004 - 2008

Senior Research Fellowship, The MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies, Yale University

 

Teaching Experience

 

1987 - 1991

Teaching Assistant, Department of Biology, University of Michigan

Introductory Biology, General Ecology, Herpetology

 

1995

Instructor, Biodiversity and Conservation Biology, Bureau of Land Management Training Course on Threatened and Endangered Species, Roseburg, Oregon

 

1996 -

Assistant/Associate/Full Professor, Yale University: Aquatic Ecology, Conservation Biology, Landscape Ecology, Habitat Conservation Planning, Hydro-ecology, Graduate Seminar in Ecology, Doctoral Seminar

 

Other Professional Experience

 

1994

Consultant, Sierra Club Legal Defense Fund, Portland, Oregon.

 

1994 - 1995

Consultant, Association of Forest Service Employees for Environmental Ethics, Portland, Oregon.

 

1997 - 1998

Member, Working Group on Habitat Conservation Plans, National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis, Santa Barbara, California.

1997 - 2000

Member, Biodiversity Forum, Connecticut Chapter of The Nature Conservancy.

1999

Consultant, National Park Service/Environmental Protection Agency, Mid Continent Ecology Lab, Duluth, Minnesota.

 

2002, 2003

Panelist, Ecology Program, Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grants, Division of Environmental Biology, National Science Foundation.

 

2002 -

Member, Endangered Species Advisory Committee, Department of Environmental Protection, State of Connecticut.

 

2002 - 2007

Director of Postdoctoral Studies, School of Forestry & Environmental Studies, Yale University.

 

2003 - 2009

Editorial Board, Ecology/Ecological Monographs, Ecological Society of America.

2003

Science Advisory Panelist, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Review of Atrazine effects on amphibians.

2005 National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON) Design Consortium, Science and Human Dimensions Committee
2005 Panelist, Ecological Biology, Division of Environmental Biology, National Science Foundation.
2005 - Board Member, Madison Land Conservation Trust, Madison, Connecticut.
2007 Faculty Leader, Association of Yale Alumni Trip, New Zealand.
2007

Panelist, Ecological Biology, Division of Environmental Biology, National Science Foundation.
2007 Science Advisory Panelist, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Review of Atrazine effects on amphibians.
2009 Faculty Leader, Association of Yale Alumni Trip, Mexico

 

Selected Grants

 

1992 - 1993

Australian Flora and Fauna Research Program, University of Wollongong. $AU40,785.

 

1993 - 1995

NSF Postdoctoral Fellowship in Environmental Biology. $69,600.

 

1997 - 2000

NSF/EPA Water and Watersheds Program: Connecting Ecological and Social Systems: watershed research relating ecosystem function to human values and socioeconomic behaviors. $750,000. (with G. Benoit, S. Kellert, M. Ashton, P. Barten, and L. Bennett)

 

1997 - 2003

NSF LTREB Program: A long term survey of Michigan amphibian assemblages. $300,000. (with E. Werner and R. Relyea)

 

2000 - 2003

NIH/NSF Ecology of Infectious Diseases Program: Wetland urbanization gradients and the ecology of vector borne diseases. $1,500,000. (with D. Cavener and K. Shea)

 

2002 - 2007

CDC Fellowship Training Program: Vector Borne Disease. $1,300,000. (with D. Fish and others)

 

2004 - 2006

Director's Award, Yale Center for International and Area Studies. $10,000.

2005 - 2010

NSF LTREB Program: A Long-Term Study of Metacommunity Dynamics of Amphibians and their Predators. $300,000. (with E. Werner, R. Relyea, and K. Yurewicz)

 

2005 - 2006

Connecticut Institute of Water Resources: Gonadal abnormalities in Connecticut Amphibians. $18,040.

 

2005 - 2010

Department of Defense: Scalable Control of Networked Autonomous and Semi-Autonomous Vehicle Swarms Inspired by Nature. $2,700,000. (with V. Kumar and others)

2006 - 2007

National Science Foundation, Evolutions: A Museum-Based After School Program. $75,000. (PI: D. Skelly)

 

2007 - 2008

Eppley Foundation: Rapid evolution in response to fire ants. $25,200. (CoPIs: T. Langkilde and D. Skelly)
2007 - 2010

National Science Foundation: Urbanization and macroparasite infection of amphibians. $250,000. (PI: D. Skelly)
2009 - 2011 Hartford Foundation: Hermaphrodites in our backyards - Amphibian intersex in the Connecticut landscape. $30,000. (PI: D. Skelly)

 

Invited Seminars & Symposia

 

1993

Department of Biological Sciences, University of New South Wales

Division of Wildlife & Ecology, CSIRO, Canberra

University of Technology, Sydney

Department of Biology, Middlebury College

 

1994

Department of Organismal & Evolutionary Biology, Harvard University

 

1995

School of Forestry & Environmental Studies, Yale University

Cary Conference VI, Institute of Ecosystem Studies

Amphibian Symposium, Society of Northwestern Vertebrate Biologists

 

1996

College of Forest Resources, University of Washington

The Ecosystems Center, Woods Hole

 

1997

Department of Zoology, University of Oklahoma

Department of Biology & Medicine, Brown University

Department of Biology, University of Rhode Island

Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, Univ. of Connecticut

Department of Biology, Columbia University

Vernal Pools Symposium, Conn. Dept. of Envtl. Protection

 

1998

Division of Biological Sciences, University of Missouri

Mountain Lake Biological Station, University of Virginia

Wildlife Biology Program, University of Montana

 

1999

Department of Wildlife Ecology, University of Maine

Department of Biology, University of Maine

Department of Biology, Wheaton College

Department of Biology, City College of New York

Department of Zoology, University of British Columbia

Department of Forest Sciences, University of British Columbia

Department of Biology, University of Victoria

 

2000

Society of American Foresters, Connecticut

 

2001

Ecology Program, Pennsylvania State University

Department of Biology, University of Massachusetts

 

2002

Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, Yale University

National Marine Fisheries Service, Seattle

City University of New York

Institution for Social and Policy Studies, Yale University

 

2003

Department of Biology, Boston University

Department of Biology, Arizona State University

Association of Massachusetts Wetland Scientists

Wetland Symposium, The Wildlife Society

Department of Biology, University of Maryland

Department of Biology. McGill University

 

2004

School of Tropical Biology, James Cook University, Queensland

Applied & Environmental Sciences, Griffith University, Queensland

School of Biological Sciences, University of Queensland

Department of Anatomy & Neurobiology, Dalhousie University

Institute for Ecosystem Studies, Millbrook, New York

Department of Natural Sciences, Bennington College

 

2005

Plenary Presentation, Australian Society of Herpetology

Dept of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Cornell University

Cornell Herpetological Society

Department of Biology, University of New Orleans

School of Engineering & Applied Sciences, Univ. of Pennsylvania

Declining Amphibians Symposium, 5th World Herpetology Congress, South Africa

Robotics Conference, Napa, California

Science Saturdays Program for Children, Yale University

 

2006

John Ostrom Lecture, Peabody Museum, Yale University

Sigma Xi Lecture, Program in Environmental Science, Pace University

Center for Integrative Geosciences, University of Connecticut

Peabody Museum Teachers' Institute

Mark W. Gould Lecture Series, Rhode Island Natural History Survey

Dept of Natural Resource Conservation, UMass Amherst

 

2007

Mianus River Watershed Council, Stamford, Connecticut

Lecturer, Association of Yale Alumni, New Zealand Trip

Swarming in Natural and Engineered Systems, Univ. of Pennsylvania

Connecticut Forest Science Forum

 

2008 Natural Resources, University of Connecticut
Ecology Program, Duke University
Ecology Center, Utah State University
Yale Institute of Biospheric Studies        
New England Assoc. of Resource Conservation & Development Councils
Dept of Natural Resource Conservation, Univ. Massachusetts  

   
2009 Ecology and Evolution, University of California Davis
Lecturer, Assoc. of Yale Alumni Educational Travel, Sea of Cortez
Keynote Speaker, Guilford Land Trust Annual Meeting
Pomperaug River Watershed Coalition, Southbury, Connecticut
Cornell Herpetological Society, Cornell University
   
2010 Hudson River Environmental Society
Department of Biology, Reed College
Keynote Speaker, Simsbury Land Trust Annual Meeting
National Association of Science Writers Annual Meeting (scheduled)

 

 

Manuscripts in Review and Preparation

Hoverman, J. T., C. J. Davis, E. E. Werner, D. K. Skelly, R. A. Relyea, and K. L. Yurewicz. in review. Environmental gradients and the structure of freshwater communities. Oikos.

Werner, E. E., D. K. Skelly, R. A. Relyea, C. J. Davis, and Kerry L. Yurewicz. in review. The abundance-occupancy relationship: a metacommunity perspective. Ecology.

Rogalski, M. A., and D. K. Skelly. in review. Evidence of facilitation by a nonnative invasive plant. Biological Conservation.

 

Peer-Reviewed Publications

Zarnetske, P. L., D. K. Skelly, and M. C. Urban. 2012. Biotic Multipliers of Climate Change. Science 336:1516-1518.  Link

Hoverman, J. T., C. J. Davis, E. E. Werner, D. K. Skelly, R. A. Relyea, and K. L. Yurewicz. 2011. Environmental gradients and the structure of freshwater snail communities. Ecography 34:1049-1058.  Link

Warren, R. J., II, D. K. Skelly, O. J. Schmitz, and M. Bradford. 2011. Universal ecological patterns in college basketball communities. PLoS ONE 6(3): e17342.  Link

Skelly, D. K., D. M. Post, and M. D. Smith (editors). 2010 . The art of ecology: writings of G. Evelyn Hutchinson. Yale University Press, New Haven and London.

Skelly, D. 2010. A climate for contemporary evolution. BMC Biology 8:136.  Link

Skelly, D. K., S. R. Bolden, and K. B. Dion. 2010. Intersex frogs concentrated in suburban and urban landscapes. EcoHealth 7:374-379.  Link   Faculty of 1000 Review

Skelly, D. K. and L. K. Freidenburg. 2010. Evolutionary Responses to Climate Change. In: Encyclopedia of Life Sciences (ELS). John Wiley & Sons, Chichester.   Link

Skelly, D. K. and M. F. Benard. 2010. Mystery unsolved: missing limbs in deformed amphibians. Journal of Experimental Zoology B: Molecular and Developmental Evolution 314B:179-181.  Link

Kerby, J. L., K. L. Richards-Hrdlicka, A. Storfer, and D. K. Skelly. 2009. An examination of amphibian sensitivity to environmental contaminants:  Are amphibians poor canaries?  Ecology Letters 12:1-8.  Link    Faculty of 1000 Review

Ligon, N. F., and D. K. Skelly. 2009. Cryptic divergence: countergradient variation in the wood frog. Evolutionary Ecology Research 11:1099-1109.  Link

Skelly, D. K., and J. L. Richardson. 2009. Larval sampling. Chapter 4 in Amphibian Ecology and Conservation: A Handbook of Techniques. (C. K. Dodd, Editor). Oxford University Press.

Werner, E. E., R. A. Relyea, K. L. Yurewicz, D. K. Skelly, and C. J. Davis. 2009. Comparative landscape dynamics of two anuran species: climate driven interaction of local and regional processes. Ecological Monographs 79:503-521.  Link

McCauley, S. J., C. J. Davis, R. A. Relyea, K. L. Yurewicz, D. K. Skelly, and E. E. Werner. 2008. Metacommunity patterns in larval odonates. Oecologia 158:329-342.  Link

Schwager, M., F. Bullo, D. Skelly, and D. Rus. 2008. A ladybug exploration strategy for distributed adaptive coverage control. Pages 2346 to 2353 in IEEE Int. Conf. on Robotics and Automation, Pasadena, CA, May 2008.  Link

Urban, M. C., B. L. Phillips, D. K. Skelly, and R. Shine. 2008. A toad more traveled: the heterogeneous invasion dynamics of cane toads in Australia. American Naturalist 171:E134-E148.  Link

Holland, M. P., D. K. Skelly, M. Kashgarian, S. R. Bolden, L. M. Harrison, and M. Cappello. 2007. Echinostome infection in green frogs (Rana clamitans) is stage and age dependent. Journal of Zoology 271:455-462.  Link

 

Semlitsch, R. D. and D. K. Skelly. 2007. Ecology and Conservation of Pool-Breeding Amphibians. Pages 127 to 147 in A. Calhoun and P. deMaynadier (Eds.) Science and Conservation of Vernal Pools in Northeastern North America. CRC Press. ISBN 0849336759.

 

Skelly, D. K. 2007. The ailing invader. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104:17562-17562.  Link

 

Skelly, D. K., S. R. Bolden, L. K. Freidenburg, N. A. Freidenfelds, and R. Levey. 2007.  Ribeiroia infection is not responsible for Vermont amphibian deformities. EcoHealth 4:156-163.  Link

 

Skelly, D. K., L. N. Joseph, H. P. Possingham, L. K. Freidenburg, T. J. Farrugia, M. T. Kinnison, and A. P. Hendry. 2007. Evolutionary responses to climate change. Conservation Biology 21:1353-1355.  Link

 

Urban, M. C., B. L. Phillips, D. K. Skelly, and R. Shine. 2007. The cane toad's (Bufo marinus) increasing ability to invade Australia is revealed by a dynamically updated range model. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 274:1413-1419.  Link   Faculty of 1000 Review

 

Werner, E. E., D. K. Skelly, R. A. Relyea, and K. L. Yurewicz. 2007. Amphibian species richness across environmental gradients. Oikos 116:1697-1712.  Link

 

Werner, E. E., K. L. Yurewicz, D. K. Skelly, and R. A. Relyea. 2007. Turnover in an amphibian metacommunity: the role of local and regional factors. Oikos 116:1713-1725.  Link   Faculty of 1000 Review

 

Halverson, M. A., D. K. Skelly and A. Caccone. 2006. Inbreeding linked to amphibian survival in the wild but not in the laboratory. Journal of Heredity 97:499-507.  Link

 

Halverson, M. A., D. K. Skelly, and A. Caccone. 2006. Kin distribution of amphibian larvae in the wild. Molecular Ecology 15:1139-1145.  Link

 

Skelly, D. K. 2006. Declining amphibians (M. Lannoo, Editor) [Book Review]. Herpetological Review 37:123-125.

 

Skelly, D. K., S. R. Bolden, M. P. Holland, L. K. Freidenburg, N. A. Freidenfelds, and T. R. Malcolm. 2006. Urbanization and disease in amphibians. Pages 153 to 167 in S. K. Collinge and C. Ray (Eds.) Disease ecology: community structure and pathogen dynamics. Oxford University Press. ISBN 0198567081.

 

Urban, M. C., and D. K. Skelly. 2006. Evolving metacommunities: toward an evolutionary perspective on metacommunities (Concepts & Synthesis). Ecology 87:1616-1626.  Link

 

Urban, M. C., D. K. Skelly, D. Burchsted, W. Price, and S. Lowry. 2006. Stream communities across a rural-urban landscape gradient. Diversity and Distributions 12:337-350.  Link   Faculty of 1000 Review

 

Brownstein, J. S., D. K. Skelly, T. R. Holford, and D. Fish. 2005. Forest fragmentation predicts local scale heterogeneity of Lyme disease risk. Oecologia 146:469-475.  Link

 

Skelly, D. K. 2005. Experimental venue and estimation of interaction strength: Reply. Ecology 86:1068-1071.  Link

 

Skelly, D. K., M. A. Halverson, L. K. Freidenburg, and M. C. Urban. 2005. Canopy closure and amphibian diversity in forested wetlands. Wetlands Ecology & Management 13:261-268.  Link

 

Taylor, B., D. K. Skelly, L. K. Demarchis, M. D. Slade, D. Galusha, and P. M. Rabinowitz. 2005. Proximity to pollution sources and risk of amphibian limb malformation. Environmental Health Perspectives 113:1497-1501.  Link

 

Freidenburg, L. K., and D. K. Skelly. 2004. Microgeographical variation in thermal preference by an amphibian. Ecology Letters 7:369-373.  Link

 

Skelly, D. K. 2004. Microgeographic countergradient variation in the wood frog, Rana sylvatica. Evolution 58:160-165.  Link

 

Skelly, D. K., K. L. Yurewicz, E. E. Werner, and R. A. Relyea. 2003. Estimating decline and distributional change in amphibians. Conservation Biology 17:744-751.   Link

 

Halverson, M. A., D. K. Skelly, J. M. Kiesecker, and L. K. Freidenburg. 2003. Forest mediated light regime linked to amphibian distribution and performance. Oecologia 134:360-364.  Link

 

Skelly, D. K. 2003. How to write a successful Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grant proposal. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 84:137-138. 

 

Skelly, D. K., and J. Golon. 2003. Assimilation of natural benthic substrates by two species of tadpoles. Herpetologica 59:37-42.  Link

 

Skelly, D. K., L. K. Freidenburg, and J. M. Kiesecker. 2002. Forest canopy and the performance of larval amphibians. Ecology 83:983-992.  Link

 

Skelly, D. K. 2002. Experimental venue and estimation of interaction strength. Ecology 83:2097-2101.  Link 

 

Skelly, D. K. 2002. Landscape Ecology. AccessScience@McGraw-Hill, Encyclopedia of Science and Technology.  Link

 

Harding, E. K. and the NCEAS Habitat Conservation Plan Working Group. 2001. The scientific foundations of habitat conservation plans: a quantitative assessment. Conservation Biology 15:488-500.  Link

 

Skelly, D. K. and J. M. Kiesecker. 2001. Venue and outcome in ecological experiments: manipulations of larval anurans. Oikos 94:198-208.   Link

 

Skelly, D. K. 2001. Distributions of pond-breeding anurans: an overview of mechanisms. Israel Journal of Zoology 47:313-332. [Special issue on the Ecology of Temporary Pools]  Link

 

Anholt, B. R., E. E. Werner, and D. K. Skelly. 2000. Effect of food and predators on the activity of four larval ranid frogs. Ecology 81:3509-3521.  Link

 

Skelly, D. K., K. H. Beard, and N. J. Hengartner. 2000. Animal-distribution modeling in gap analysis: an evolving science: Reply. Conservation Biology 14:1224-1225.  Link

 

Skelly, D. K. and L. K. Freidenburg. 2000. Effects of beaver on the thermal biology of an amphibian. Ecology Letters 3:483-486.   Link

 

Skelly, D. K. 2000. Patterns of distribution of amphibians: a global perspective (W. E. Duellman, Editor) [Book Review]. Quarterly Review of Biology 75:469.  Link

 

Beard, K. H., N. Hengartner, and D. K. Skelly. 1999. Effectiveness of predicting breeding bird distributions using probabilistic models. Conservation Biology 13:1108-1116.  Link

 

Skelly, D. K., E. E. Werner, and S. A. Cortwright. 1999. Long-term distributional dynamics of a Michigan amphibian assemblage. Ecology 80:2326-2337.  Link

 

Skelly, D. K. 1999. Experimental Ecology: Issues and Perspectives (W. J. Resetarits & J. Bernardo, Editors) [Book Review]. Copeia 1999:1137-1138.  Link

 

Kareiva, P., S. Andelman, D. Doak, B. Elderd, M. Groom, J. Hoekstra, L. Hood, F. James, J. Lamoreux, G. Lebuhn, C. McCulloch, J. Regetz, L. Savage, M. Ruckelshaus, D. Skelly, H. Wilbur and K. Zamudio. 1998. Using science in habitat conservation plans. American Institute of Biological Sciences.

 

Kareiva, P., D. Skelly, and M. Ruckelshaus. 1997. Reevaluating the use of models to predict the consequences of habitat loss and fragmentation. Pages 156 to 166 in S. T. A. Pickett, R. S. Ostfeld, M. Shachak, and G. E. Likens (Eds.) Enhancing the ecological basis of conservation: heterogeneity, ecosystem function, and biodiversity. Chapman and Hall, New York .

 

Skelly, D. K. 1997. Tadpole communities. American Scientist 85:36-45.  Link

 

Skelly, D. K. and E. Meir. 1997. Rule-based models for evaluating mechanisms of distributional change. Conservation Biology 11:531-538.   Link

 

Anholt, B. R., D. K. Skelly, and E. E. Werner. 1996. Factors modifying antipredator behavior in larval toads. Herpetologica 52: 301-313.

 

Skelly, D. K. 1996. Pond drying, predators, and the distribution of Pseudacris tadpoles. Copeia 1996:599-605.  Link

 

Wellborn, G. A., D. K. Skelly, and E. E. Werner. 1996. Mechanisms creating community structure across a freshwater habitat gradient. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 27:337-363.    Link

 

Skelly, D. K. 1995. A behavioral trade-off and its consequences for the distribution of Pseudacris treefrog larvae. Ecology 76:150-164.   Link

 

Skelly, D. K. 1995. Competition and the distribution of spring peeper larvae. Oecologia 103:203-207.  Link

 

Skelly, D. K. 1994. Activity level and the susceptibility of anuran larvae to predation. Animal Behaviour 47:465-468.  Link

 

Jones, T. R., D. K. Skelly, and E. E. Werner. 1993. Ambystoma tigrinum tigrinum (Eastern Tiger Salamander). Developmental polymorphism. Herpetological Review 24:147-148.

 

Skelly, D. K. 1992. Field evidence for a cost of behavioral antipredator response in a larval amphibian. Ecology 73:704-708.   Link

 

Skelly, D. K., and E. E. Werner. 1990. Behavioral and life historical responses of larval American toads to an odonate predator. Ecology 71:2313-2322.   Link

 

Sheldon, S. P., and D. K. Skelly. 1990. Differential colonization and growth of algae and ferromanganese bacteria in a mountain stream. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 5:475-485.

 

 

Media Coverage


PBS Nature Documentary Series, National Public Radio – Talk of the Nation Science Friday, National Public Radio – All Thing Considered, AP, BBC, CNN, Science Magazine, New York Times, Washington Post, Agence France Press, Environment: Yale Magazine, Harper’s Magazine, Environmental News Network, National Geographic.com, Nature Science Update, BBC Wildlife Magazine, Boston Globe, Connecticut Public Radio, Hartford Courant, Kansas City Star, Yale Alumni Magazine, Yale Medicine Magazine, Middlebury Magazine, Wildlife News, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, WTIC Radio.

 

 

Peer Reviewer


National Science Foundation, Australian Research Council, Department of Defense, Environmental Defense, Environmental Protection Agency, National Science and Engineering Research Council of Canada, Swiss National Science Foundation, National Geographic Society, The Nature Conservancy, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, U. S. National Park Service.

American Naturalist, Animal Behaviour, Behavioral Ecology, Biological Conservation, Biological Invasions, Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, Canadian Journal of Forest Research, Canadian Journal of Zoology, Columbia University Press, Conservation Biology, Copeia, Ecological Applications, Ecology/Ecological Monographs, Ecology Letters, Environmental Science & Technology, Herpetelogica, Hydrobiologia, Israel Journal of Zoology, Journal of Applied Ecology, Journal of Experimental Zoology, Journal of Herpetology, Journal of Wildlife Management, Northeastern Naturalist, Oecologia, Oikos, PNAS, Princeton University Press, Proceedings of the Royal Society Series B, Quarterly Review of Biology, Sinauer Associates, Wetlands, Yale University Press.

 

 

Doctoral Students

 

1998 - 2003

Heinrich zu Dohna (Postdoctoral Fellow, UC Davis)

2000 - 2004

M. Anders Halverson (NSF Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Colorado)

2001 - 2006

Mark C. Urban (Assistant Professor, University of Connecticut)

2003 - 2008

Eric H. Lee (Research Scientist, AIR Worldwide Corporation)

2003 - 2008

Manja P. Holland (Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Michigan)

2006 - Jonathan L. Richardson
2007 - Steven P. Brady
2009 - Mary A. Rogalski

 

Postdoctoral Associates

 

1997 - 1999

Joseph Kiesecker (TNC Wyoming)

2002 - 2004

Linda Puth (Associate Research Scientist, Yale University)

2005 - 2007

Tracy Langkilde (Assistant Professor, Penn State University)

 

Visiting Researchers

 

2000 - 2001

Erica Crespi (University of Virginia)

2002 - 2003

Claire Doutrelant (CNRS, Montpellier, France)