Archbold Biological Station, Biennial Report 1997-1998


Appendix D (part 1)
Research Projects by Visiting Scientists (* graduate students)
at Archbold Biological Station, 1997-1998

[Biennial Contents | Publications by Visiting Scientists]

Name Affiliation Research
1997
Adkisson, Curtis Virginia Polytech. Inst. Blue jay acorn-caching
Bednekoff, Peter Eastern Michigan Univ. Scrub-jay sentinel system
Boscoe, Richard Florida Division of Plant Industries Life history studies of butterflies, especially skippers
Close, Ron Everglades National Park Ants of Ponape
Carrel, James Univ. Missouri Continued studies on 1) ecology of scrub spiders, 2) sex pheromones in spiders, and 3) defenses of insects
Conner, William Wake Forest Univ. Behavior and chemical ecology of Arctiid moths
Curry, Robert Villanova Univ. Ecological factors influencing timing of nesting in Florida scrub-jays; Annual acorn census in scrub-jay demography tract
Ellis, Hugh Univ. San Diego Energy expenditure in free-living Florida scrub-jays
Epstein, Marc Smithsonian Institution Systematics of slug moths (Lepidoptera: Zygaenoidea)
Gordon, Doria The Nature Conservancy Research needs for conservation in Florida; Demography, breeding systems, genetics, and conservation of seven rare scrub plants
Goldschmidt, Tijs Ryksuniversiteit Leiden,

The Netherlands

Biography of Richard Archbold and history of the Station
Golia, Vincent Boynton Beach, Florida Inventory of Station insects; Coleoptera, Hemiptera, Homoptera
Hailman, Jack Univ. Wisconsin Ethogram of the Florida scrub-jay
Hansen, Barbara Univ. Minnesota Vegetation study and collecting pollen samples
Hawkes, Christine* Univ. Pennsylvania Effects of microbial soil crusts on herbs in rosemary scrub
Herndon, Alan* Florida International Univ. Ecology of Liatris ohlingerae
Heinze, Jurgen Univ. Erlangen, Germany Queen dominance in ants
Hipes, Daniel Florida Natural Areas Inventory Florida mouse survey
Hodge, Margaret The College of Wooster Predation and competition between two Lycosa spiders
Hoffman, Wayne National Audubon Society Antillean short-eared owls invade south Florida
Horth, Lisa* Florida State Univ. Top minnows in local lakes
Johnston, Gerald Broward Community College Box turtle population study
Kelrick, Michael Northeast Missouri State Univ. Modeling demographic dynamics of Missouri bladderpods
Lubertazzi, David* Florida State Univ. Ant communities in Florida flatwoods
Marshall, Sam Miami Univ. Genetic diversity of Geolycosa wolf spiders in Florida
Martin, William W. Va. Dept. Natural Resources Ecology/distribution of diamondback rattlesnakes; Distribution of gopher tortoises
Meshaka, Walter Everglades National Park Herpetofauna communities of the Station; Narrowmouth toad annual activity cycle
Midford, Peter* Univ. Wisconsin Scrub-jay social learning
Morse, Roger Cornell Univ. Colony division in honey bees; Pollination of various crops
Mumme, Ronald Allegheny College Demographic consequences of road mortality in the Florida scrub-jay
Nelson, Brian* Florida International Univ. Vocalizations of the eastern towhee.
Robertson, William Everglades National Park Breeding birds of Florida
Schoech, Steve Indiana Univ. Behavioral endocrinology of the Florida scrub-jay
Smith, P. William Everglades National Park Antillean short-eared owls invade south Florida
Tordoff, Harrison Univ. Minnesota Statistical consultation for a demographic study of peregrine falcons
vande Kerckhove, Gayle* Univ. Florida Population dynamics of Hypericum edisonianum during a die off
Vencl, Fredrick State Univ. New York at Stony Brook Chemical ecology and molecular systematics of leaf beetles (Donacciinae, Criocerinae)
Violi, Helen Riverside, California Restoring bahia grass pastures to native vegetation
Willard, David Field Museum of Natural History Prepare bird study-skins
Williams, David Santa Ana, California Survey of Asilid flies
Wilson, Raeleen* Wake Forest Univ. Ecology and behavior of Syntomeida ipomoeas (Lepidoptera: Arctiidae)
Woods, David Matthews, North Carolina Diamondback rattlesnake distribution
1998
Bednekoff, Peter Eastern Michigan Univ. Scrub-jay sentinel system
Bowen, Pamela* Univ. Central Florida Library research on burrowing owls in Florida
Brady, Sean* Cornell Univ. Collect endophytic fungi
Buck, William New York Botanical Gardens Lichen flora of Florida
Burger, Joanna & M. Gochfeld Rutgers Univ. Heavy metal contamination of Florida scrub-jay eggs
Carrel, James Univ. Missouri Ecology of scrub spiders
Carrington, Mary Southwest Florida Research and Education Center Fire effects on fruiting of palmettos
Chulak, Carol* Univ. Central Florida Photograph Lake Annie with emphasis on geological and ecological interests
Coovert, Gary Dayton Museum of Natural History Ant collections
Curry, Robert Villanova Univ. Ecological factors influencing timing of nesting in Florida scrub-jays; Annual acorn census in scrub-jay demography tract
Downs, Stephen* Sheffield Univ., England Guarding behavior in honey bees
Ellis, Hugh Univ. San Diego Energy expenditure in free-living Florida scrub-jays
Gagnon, Daniel Univ. Quebec at Montreal Soil moisture in scrub plant communities including fire effects
Goldstein, Jill* Univ. Georgia Influence of stepparents on dispersal of immature Florida scrub-jays
Golia, Vincent Boynton Beach, Florida Inventory of Station insects; Coleoptera, Hemiptera, Homoptera
Gonsalves, Tino* Univ. California-Davis, Bohart Museum of Entomology Taxonomic revision and phylogeny of Lyncorininae (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae)
Gordon, Doria The Nature Conservancy Research needs for conservation in Florida; Demography, breeding systems, genetics, and conservation of seven rare scrub plants
Greenlaw, Jon Cape Coral, Florida Distribution of species and races of sharp-tailed sparrows in winter
Hailman, Jack Univ. Wisconsin Ethogram of the Florida scrub-jay
Horth, Lisa* Florida State Univ. Color polymorphism in male mosquitofish
Johnson, Ann Florida Natural Areas Inventory Demography of Quercus inopina
Kelley, Kathrine* Ohio Univ. Collect Utetheisa ornatrix and Crotolaria spectabilis for lab rearing/colony establishment
Kramer, Douglas* Univ. Wisconsin Scrub-jay caching behavior
Marshall, Sam Miami Univ. Genetic diversity of Geolycosa wolf spiders in Florida
Masner, Lubomir Canadian National Collection of Arthropods Survey for parasitic wasps
Meshaka, Walter Everglades National Park Herpetofauna communities of the Station; Narrowmouth toad annual activity cycle
Minor, Emily Univ. South Florida Molt cycles of Florida scrub-jays
Morse, Roger Cornell Univ. Colony division in honey bees; Biography of Richard Archbold; Writing for two new books and revision of published books
Mumme, Ronald Allegheny College Demography of Florida scrub-jays in the experimental study area; Hormonal basis of helping behavior in Florida scrub-jays
Murray, Bertram Rutgers Univ. Scrub-jay population dynamics
Norden, Beth National Museum of Natural History Continued bee and wasp studies; Ant collecting for DNA analysis; Arthropod pollinators of gallberry
Reed, Wendy* Iowa State Univ. Inheritance of egg size in Florida scrub-jays
Russell, David* Miami Univ. Survey of scarab beetles (Polyphylla spp.)
Schoech, Steve Indiana Univ. Hormonal basis of helping behavior in Florida scrub-jays; Demography of Florida scrub-jays in the experimental study area
Stenzler, Laura* Cornell Univ. Blood parameters in tree swallows and Florida scrub-jays
vande Kerckhove, Gayle* Univ. Florida Population dynamics of Hypericum edisonianum during a die off
Vencl, Fredrick State Univ. New York at Stony Brook Chemical ecology and molecular systematics of leaf beetles (Donacciinae, Criocerinae)
Willard, David Field Museum of Natural History Prepare bird study-skins
Yahr, Rebecca* Duke Univ. Effects of fire and microsite on Cladonia perforata

 

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