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Curriculum Vita for

Mary C. Christman March 2005

I. NOTARIZATION. I have read the following and certify that this Curriculum Vita is a current and accurate statement of my professional record. Signature Date

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PERSONAL INFORMATION. Name: Professional Address: Mary C. Christman Department of Statistics Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences University of Florida Gainesville, FL 32611-0339 (352) 392-3724 Associate Professor 2004

Current Rank: Year of Appointment:

Educational Background: 1977 1979 B.S. M.S. University of Pennsylvania, Biology. University of Delaware, Marine Sciences (Biology and Physical Oceanography).

1993

Ph.D. George Washington University, Statistics.

III.

ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES. A. Percentage of official time devoted to: Instruction, 50%; Research, 50%

2 B. Positions Held: 1. 2004-pres 2002-2004 1999-2002 1994-1999 1993-1994 1990-1993 Experience in higher education.

Associate Professor, Department of Statistics ­ IFAS, University of Florida Associate Professor, Department of Animal and Avian Sciences, Biometrics Program, University of Maryland, College Park Assistant Professor, Department of Animal and Avian Sciences, Biometrics Program, University of Maryland, College Park. Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, The American University. Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Statistics/Computer & Information Systems, George Washington University. Assistant Professorial Lecturer, Department of Statistics/Computer & Information Systems, George Washington University. 2. Experience other than higher education.

1988-1993 1987-1991 1986-1988 1985-1986 1980-1985 IV.

Statistical Consultant, self-employed and at George Washington University Computer Center. Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of Statistics/ Computer & Information Systems, George Washington University. Computer Systems Analyst, self-employed. Computer Information Specialist, Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation. Oceanographer, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

RESEARCH, SCHOLARLY, AND CREATIVE ACTIVITIES. A. Book Chapters

Christman, M.C. 1997. Comparison of some sampling designs for spatially clustered populations. In: Modelling Longitudinal and Spatially Correlated Data: Methods, Applications, and Future Directions, Springer-Verlag, NY, pp. 175-186. Christman, M.C. and R.W. Jernigan. 1997. Spatial correlation models as applied to evolutionary biology. In: Modelling Longitudinal and Spatially Correlated Data: Methods, Applications, and Future Directions, Springer-Verlag, NY, pp. 221-232. Christman, M.C. 2002. Bivariate Distributions. In: The Encyclopedia of Environmetrics. Wiley. Christman, M.C. 2002. The Hansen-Hurwitz Estimator. In: The Encyclopedia of Environmetrics. Wiley. Christman, M.C. 2002. Multi-Stage Designs. In: The Encyclopedia of Environmetrics. Wiley.

3 Christman, M.C. 2003. Mapping Subterranean Biodiversity. In: The Encyclopedia of Caves. Ed. D. C. Culver. Elsevier Science. Christman, M.C. 2004. Chapter 7: Sequential Sampling for Rare or Geographically Clustered Populations. In Sampling Rare or Elusive Species: Concepts, Designs and Techniques for Estimating Population Parameters, ed. by W. Thompson. Island Press. Russek-Cohen, E. and M. C. Christman. 2004. Statistical Methods for Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. In: Environmental Monitoring, ed. by G. Bruce Wiersma. CRC Press, pp. 391-406.

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Articles

Van Heukelem, W., C.C. Epifanio, M.C. Christman, and S.D. Sulkin. 1983. Growth of juvenile Geryon quinquedens (Brachyura; Geryonidae) in the laboratory. Fisheries Bulletin. 81: 903-905. Nayak, T.K. and M.C. Christman. 1992. Effect of unequal catchability on estimates of the number of classes in a population. Scandinavian Journal of Statistics 19: 281-287. Christman, M.C. and T.K. Nayak. 1994. Sequential unbiased estimation of the number of classes in a population. Statistica Sinica 4:335-352. Christman, M.C. 1996. Further aspects of sequential unbiased estimation of the number of classes in a population. Statistica Sinica 6:997-1004. Christman, M.C., R.W. Jernigan, and D. Culver. 1997. A comparison of two models for estimating phylogenetic effect on trait variation. Evolution 51:262-266. Christman, M.C. 1997. Efficiency of some sampling designs for spatially clustered populations. Environmetrics 8:145-166. Pontius, J.S. and M.C. Christman. 1998. Bootstrap confidence intervals from adaptive sampling of an insect population. Proceedings of the 1997 Kansas State University Conference on Applied Statistics in Agriculture, pp.191-203. Culver, D.C., H.H. Hobbs III, M.C. Christman, and L.L. Master. 1999. Distribution Maps of Caves and Cave Animals in the United States. Journal of Cave and Karst Studies 61:139-140. Christman, M.C., D. C. Culver, H.H. Hobbs III, and L.L. Master. 2000. Reply: Distribution Maps of Caves and Cave Animals in the United States. Journal of Cave and Karst Studies 62:184-185. Christman, M.C. 2000. A review of quadrat-based sampling of rare, geographically-clustered

4 populations. Journal of Agricultural, Biological and Environmental Statistics 5(1):168-201. Culver, D.C., L.L. Master, M.C. Christman, and H.H. Hobbs III. 2000. Hidden Biodiversity: The Obligate Subterranean Fauna of the 48 Contiguous States. Conservation Biology 14: 386-401. Christman, M.C. and J.R. Pontius. 2000. Bootstrap Confidence Intervals for Adaptive Cluster Sampling. Biometrics 56:503-510. Christman, M.C. and D. C. Culver. 2001. The Relationship Between Cave Biodiversity and Available Habitat. Journal of Biogeography 28: 367-380. Christman, M.C. and F. Lan. 2001. Inverse Adaptive Cluster Sampling. Biometrics 57: 1096-1105 Culver, D.C., M. C. Christman, W. R. Elliott, H.H. Hobbs III, and J. R. Reddell. 2002. The North American Obligate Cave Fauna: Regional Patterns. Biodiversity and Conservation 12(3):441-468. Salierno, J. D., Rebach, S., and Christman, M. C. 2002. The Effects Of Interspecific Competition And Prey Odor On Foraging Behavior In The Rock Crab, Cancer irroratus (Say). Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 287: 249-260. Christman, M.C. 2003. Adaptive Two-Stage One-per-Stratum Sampling. Environmental and Ecological Statistics 10(1): 43-60. Culver, D. C., Christman, M. C., Sket, B., and Trontelj. 2004. Sampling Adequacy in an Extreme Environment--Species Richness Patterns in Caves. Biodiversity and Conservation Letters. Tamim, N. T., Angel, R. and Christman, M. C. To Appear. Utilization of Phytate Phosphorus as Influenced by Dietary Calcium and Phytase Addition in Broiler Diets. Poultry Science. Raboy, B. E., Christman, M. C., and Dietz, J. M. 2004. The Use Of Degraded And Shade-Cocoa Forests By Golden-Headed Lion Tamarins. Oryx: 38: 75-83. Toshik, P. C., Rattner, B. A., McGowan, P. C., Christman, M. C., Carter, D. B., Hale, R. C., Matson, C. W., and Ottinger, M. A. 2005. Effects of Contaminant Exposure on Reproductive Success of Ospreys (Pandion haliaetus) Nesting in Delaware River and Bay, USA. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 24(3): 617-628. Angel, C. R., Powers, W. J., Applegate, T. J., Tamim, N. M., and Christman, M. C. 2005. Influence of Phytase on Water Soluble Phosphorus in Poultry And Swine Manure. Journal of Environmental Quality, 34:563-571. Tamin, N. M., Angel, R., and Christman, M. C. To Appear. Influence of Dietary Calcium and Phytate on Phytate Phosphorus Hydrolysis in Broiler Chickens. Poultry Science.

5 Angel, R. A., Yan, F., Mitchell, A., Ashwell, C., and Christman, M. C. To Appear. Evaluation of the Broiler's Ability to Adapt to an Early Moderate Deficiency in Phosphorus and Calcium. Poultry Science. Jensen, O. P., M. C. Christman, and T. J. Miller. To Appear. Landscape-Based Geostatistics: A Case Study of the Distribution of Blue Crab in Chesapeake Bay. Environmetrics. Estevez, I., and Christman, M. C. Tentatively Accepted. Analysis of the Movement and Use of Space by Animals in Confinement. Journal of Applied Animal Behavior. Christman, M. C., and Lewis, D. To Appear. The Spatial Distribution Of Dominant Animals Within A Group: Comparison Of Four Tests. Animal Behaviour. Culver, D. C., Christman, M. C., Sereg, I., Trontelj, P. and Sket, B. To Appear. Predicting the Location of Terrestrial Species Rich Caves in the Slovenian Karst. International Journal of Subterranean Biology. Volstad, J., Christman, M. C., and Miller, T. In Revision. Comparing design efficiencies and combining spatially overlapping transect and stratified random trawl surveys of finfish abundance. Toshik, P. C., Christman, M. C., Rattner, B. A., and Ottinger, M. A. Tentatively Accepted. Evaluation of Osprey Habitat Suitability and Interaction With Contaminant Exposure. Journal of Wildlife Management. Eyler, T. B., Oakley, M. J., and Christman, M. C. In Review. Comparative Diel Movement Patterns of Sympatric Sika Deer and White-tailed Deer in Maryland. Hoerl, E. N. H., Estevez, I. and Christman, M.C. In Review. Environmental Complexity and Group Size: Effects on the Use of Space by Domestic Fowl. Applied Animal Behavior. Potthoff, M. T. and Christman, M. C. In Review. Growth Depensation And Group Behavior In Juvenile Hybrid Striped Bass (Morone Saxatilis X M. Chrysops): Effects Of Group Membership, Feeding Method, Ration Size, And Size Disparity. Journal of Fish Biology. Culver, D. C., Pipan, T., and Christman, M. C. In Review. Dynamics of Epikarstic Communities: Microgeographic Pattern and Environmental Determinants of Epikarstic Copepods in Organ Cave, West Virginia. Christman, M. C., McRae, M., and Sutter, J. In Preparation. The Effect of Scale on Prediction of Earthquake-Induced Landslides Using Logistic Regression. Christman, M. C., Callo, P., Dively, G., and Bean, R. In Preparation. Estimating the Timing and

6 Size of the First Brood of Four Economically Important Insects in Maryland. Borges, S. L., Vyas, N. B., Christman, M. C. and Hulse, C. S. In Preparation. Exposure Of Free-Flying Birds To Anticholinesterase Insecticides In Two Conventionally Managed Fruit Orchards.

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Dissertations and Theses.

Rosowski, M. C. 1979. Effect of temperature on the growth and dispersal of larvae of the red crab, Geryon quinquedens Smith (Brachyura; Geryonidae), Master's Thesis, University of Delaware. Christman, M.C. 1993. On Estimation of the Number of Classes in a Population, Doctoral Thesis, George Washington University.

D.

Technical Reports.

Christman, M.C. 1996. Efficiency of some sampling designs for spatially clustered populations. Stanford University, Department of Statistics Technical Report Series, Number 315, Stanford University, Palo Alto CA. Christman, M.C. 1997. Peer review of Red Snapper (Lutjanus campechanus) Research and Management in the Gulf of Mexico: Statistics Review. Report to the Office of Science and Technology, Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Marine Fisheries Service. September 1997. Christman, M. C. 2004. Characterizing and Incorporating Uncertainty in Ecosystem-Based Fisheries Management. To appear in the report from the Fisheries Ecosystem Panel on Implementing Ecosystem-Based Fisheries Management. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Fisheries Service, Chesapeake Bay Program Office. E. Conference Proceedings

Christman, M.C. 1997. Comparison of Efficiency of Adaptive Sampling in Some Spatially Clustered Populations. In the 1996 Joint Statistical Meetings, ASA Conference Proceedings for the Section on Statistics and the Environment, pp. 122-126. Christman, M.C. and F. Lan. 1998. Sequential Adaptive Sampling Designs to Estimate Abundance in Rare Populations. In the 1998 Joint Statistical Meetings, ASA Conference Proceedings for the Section on Statistics and the Environment, pp. 87-96. Christman, M. C. and Culver, D. C. 2001. Spatial Models For Prediction of Cave Biodiversity: An Example From the Southeastern United States. In Mapping Subterranean Biodiversity, Proceedings

7 of an International Workshop, Special Publication 6, Karst Waters Institute, Charleston, WV, ed. Culver, D. C., DeHarveng, L., Gibert, J. and Sasowsky, I. pp. 41-44. Angel, R., M. C. Christman, and T. J. Applegate. 2001. Phosphorus requirements for broilers and the effect of phytase, citric acid, and 25-hydroxycholecalciferol on phosphorus availability of broilers and turkeys. In Proceedings of the 48th Maryland Nutrition Conference, May 1-2, 2001. pp. 72-87. R. Angel, T.J. Applegate, M. Christman and A.S. Dhandu , 2001. Phosphorus Sparing Effect Of Phytase, 25-Hydroxycholecalciferol And Citric Acid For Broilers And Turkeys. To appear in the Proceedings of the International Symposium Addressing Animal Production and Environmental Issues. R. Angel, S.D. Dhandu, T. J. Applegate and M. Christman, 2001. Non-Phytin Phosphorus Requirement Of Broilers Fed On A Four-Phase Feeding Program. To appear in the Proceedings of the International Symposium Addressing Animal Production and Environmental Issues. Vanisko, J.M., M. Christman, K. T. Paynter and S.J. Jordan. 2002. Historic Eastern oyster (Crassostrea virginica) dredge and patent tong surveys in the Maryland portion of the Chesapeake Bay. Journal of Shellfish Research 21(1):439 Estevez, I. and Christman, M. C. 2003. Analysis Of The Movement And Use Of Space By Animals In Confinement. In Proceedings of the 37th International Congress of the ISAE, 54, 107.

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Talks, Invited Seminars and Other Presentations

1.

Invited Seminars/Talks

Estimation of the Number of Classes in a Population, George Washington University, Department of Statistics/Computer Information Systems, February 1993. Sequential Unbiased Estimation of the Number of Classes in a Population, Stanford University, Department of Statistics, Stanford, CA, August 1995. Comparisons of Adaptive Sampling Designs, University of Maryland, Baltimore County, Department of Mathematical Sciences, December 1996, Baltimore, MD. Efficiency of Adaptive Sampling for Spatially Clustered Populations, Stanford University, Department of Statistics, Stanford, CA, July 1996. Bootstrapping Confidence Intervals Based on Adaptive Sampling, The Correlated Data Conference held to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Department of Statistics, Iowa State University, Ames,

8 IA, October, 1997. Making Informed Decisions in Environmental Issues: The Chesapeake Bay as a Case Study, American University's Environmental Issues course, April 1997. Spatial Correlation Models as Applied to Evolutionary Biology, Kansas State University, Department of Statistics, Manhattan, KS, February 1997. Making Informed Decisions in Environmental Issues: The Chesapeake Bay as a Case Study, American University's Science Policy Seminar course, January 1997. Spatial Correlation Models as Applied to Evolutionary Biology, Virginia Commonwealth University, Department of Biostatistics, April 1998, Richmond, VA. Sequential Sampling Designs to Estimate the Population Total of a Segmented Population, Iowa State University, Department of Statistics, October 1998, Ames, IA. Discussant for Session 34 Entitled Statistical Problems in the Assessment of Marine and Freshwater Resources, at the 1999 Joint Statistical Meetings, American Statistical Association, August 1999, Baltimore, MD. Modeling Biodiversity in Obligate Subterranean Species in the United States, University of Maryland, BEES Program, March 2000, College Park, MD. Environmental Modeling for Risk Assessment, University of Maryland, Environmental and Wildlife Management Course, April 2000, College Park, MD. Estimating the Areal Extent of a Hotspot. Virginia Tech, Department of Statistics, October, 2000. Spatial Prediction of Subterranean Biodiversity. Workshop on Mapping Subterranean Biodiversity, CNRS Laboratoire, Moulis, France. March 2001. Spatial Modeling in Agriculture: Spatial Lattice Models. NCR-170 Workshop for Agricultural Statisticians, Springdale, AR, July, 2001. Discussant for Session 4 Entitled Sampling Natural Environments to Detect Rare Plant and Animal Species, at the 2001 Joint Statistical Meetings, American Statistical Association, August 2001, Atlanta, GA. Predicting the Areal Extent of a Spatial Hotspot. Department of Mathematics, Statistics Program, University of Maryland, March 2002, College Park, MD. Estimating The Spatial Average Over An Irregularly-Shaped Study Region. Department of Mathematics, United States Naval Academy, January 2004, Annapolis, MD.

9 Estimating The Spatial Average Over An Irregularly-Shaped Study Region. Department of Statistics, University of Florida, January 2004, Gainesville, FL. Discussant for Session 57 Entitled Combining Information Across Spatial Scales, at the 2005 International Biometric Society Eastern North American Region Spring Meeting, March Austin, TX .

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Contributed Talks (No Abstract)

Effect of Unequal Catchability on Two Estimators of the Number of Classes, Contributed Paper, Mid-Atlantic Probability and Statistics Day, November 1991. Further Aspects of Mixed Models with Applications to Evolutionary Biology, Contributed Talk, Mid-Atlantic Probability and Statistics Day, October 1995. Effect of Unequal Catchability on Estimators of the Number of Classes in a Population, The American University, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, March, 1995. Composite Sampling. Presentation to the Engineering Statistics Group, Department of Statistics, Iowa State University, December 1998, Ames, IA. Sampling Designs for Rare Clustered Populations, Seminar at University of Maryland, Department of Animal and Avian Sciences, March 1999, College Park, MD. Spatial Models, University of Maryland, Department of Animal and Avian Sciences, March 1999, College Park, MD.

3.

Contributed and Invited Talks with Abstracts

Christman, M.C. 1993. Sequential Unbiased Estimation of the Number of Classes in a Population, Contributed Paper, The Joint Statistical Meetings (ASA, IMS, WNAR, ENAR), August, 1993. Culver, D.C., M.C. Christman, and R.W. Jernigan. 1995. Separating the effects of phylogeny and natural selection in the amphipod Gammarus minus. Societe de Biospeologie, Moulis, France. Presented by Culver, July 1995. Christman, M.C. 1996. Spatial Correlation Models as Applied to Evolutionary Biology. Conference on Modelling Longitudinal and Spatially Correlated Data: Methods, Applications, and Future Directions, Nantucket, MA, October 1996. Christman, M.C. 1996. Comparison of some sampling designs for spatially clustered populations.

10 (Refereed) Talk at the Conference on Modelling Longitudinal and Spatially Correlated Data: Methods, Applications, and Future Directions, Nantucket, MA, October 1996. Christman, M.C. 1996. A Comparison of Some Sampling Designs for Spatially Clustered Populations, Contributed Poster, The Joint Statistical Meetings, August, 1996. Christman, M.C. 1996. Adaptive Cluster Sampling: A Study of the Criteria for Optimal Efficiency, Contributed Talk, The International Biometrics Society, Eastern North American Region Meeting, Richmond, VA, March 1996. Christman, M.C. 1997. Confidence Interval Estimation Based on Adaptive Cluster Sampling, Eighth International Conference on Quantitative Methods for the Environmental Sciences Innsbruck, Austria, August 1997. Christman, M.C. 1998. Sampling Designs for Rare Populations. Third Annual Symposium on Spatial Accuracy and Assessment in Environmental Sciences, May 1998, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada. Christman, M.C. 1998. Sequential Adaptive Sampling Designs to Estimate Abundance in Rare Populations. (Invited) 1998 Joint Statistical Meetings, American Statistical Association, August 1998, Dallas, TX. Popowitz Geyer, S. and M.C. Christman. 1998. Forecasting and turning points in environmental times series under asymmetric loss. Program Abstracts of the 1998 Spring Meeting of the International Biometrics Society, Eastern North American Region, Pittsburgh, PA. Presented by Popowitz Geyer, March, 1998. Christman, M.C. and J.F. Pontius. 1998. Confidence interval estimation in adaptive cluster sampling. Contributed Papers: The XIXth International Biometrics Conference, Cape Town, South Africa. p. 57. Hobbs, H.H., D.C. Culver, M.C. Christman, and L.L. Master. 1998. Obligate subterranean biodiversity of the contiguous United States. Proceedings of the National Speleological Society Annual Meeting, Chattanooga, Tenn. Christman, M.C. and F. Lan. 1999. Sequential adaptive sampling designs to estimate abundance in rare populations. Program Abstracts of the 1999 Spring Meeting of the International Biometrics Society, Eastern North American Region, Atlanta, GA. Hobbs, H.H., D.C. Culver, M.C. Christman, and L.L. Master. 1999. Obligate subterranean biodiversity of the contiguous United States. Abstracts of the 14th International Symposium on Biospeleology, Markarska, Croatia, p. 47. Hobbs, H.H., D.C. Culver, M.C. Christman, and L.L. Master. 1999. Hot-spots of biodiversity and

11 management issues for North American cave-adapted fauna. 1999 National Cave and Karst Management Symposium Abstracts, p. 22. Christman, M.C. and M. Kaiser. 1999. Using Spatially-Dependent Covariates to Model Incidence of Fungus in Bell Peppers, Abstracts of the Eleventh Annual Kansas State University Conference on Applied Statistics in Agriculture, April 1999, Manhattan, KS. Christman, M.C., D.C. Culver, L. Master, and H. Hobbs III. 1999. Patterns of Endemism in Obligate Subterranean Fauna of the United States, Abstracts of The Society of Conservation Biology Annual Meeting, June 1999, College Park, MD. Christman, M.C., 2000. Spatial Processes in Independent Variables in Conditional Autoregressive Models, 2000 Spring Meeting, International Biometric Society Eastern North American Region, March 2000, Chicago, IL, pg. 156. Christman, M.C., 2000. Estimating the Areal Extent of Spatial Hotspots, International Biometrics Conference 2000, July 2000, Berkeley, CA, Volume 1:Proceedings, pg. 150. Christman, M.C., 2000. Spatial Processes Induced by Independent Variables in Conditional Autoregressive Models: A Case Study of the Distribution of Bell Pepper Fungus, (Invited) Joint Statistical Meetings 2000, August 2000, Indianapolis, IN, page 302. Angel, R., T. J. Applegate, and M. C. Christman, 2000. Effect of dietary non-phytate phosphorus (nPP) on performance and bone measurements in broilers fed on a four phase feeding system. Poultry Sci. 79 (Supple. 1): 22. Angel, R., T. J. Applegate, M. C. Christman, and A. D. Mitchell, 2000. Effect of dietary non-phytate phosphorus (nPP) level on broiler performance and bone measurements in the starter and grower phase. Poultry Sci. 79 (Supple 1.): 21-22. Christman, M.C. 2001. Estimating the Areal Extent of a Hotspot, Program and Abstracts for The International Envirometrics Society Meeting, August, Portland, OR, Pg. 33. Angel, R., A.S. Dhandu, T.J. Applegate, and M. C. Christman. 2001a. Phosphorus sparing effect of phytase, 25-hydroxycholecalciferol, and citric acid when fed to broiler chicks. Poultry Sci. 80(Suppl. 1):133-134. Angel, R., T.J. Applegate, M. C. Christman, and A.S. Dhandu. 2001b. Non-phytate phosphorus sparing effect of phytase and citric acid when fed to poults. Poultry Sci. 80(Suppl. 1):134. Healy, J.M., L.A. Adams, N.B. Vyas, F.N. Mastrota, D.W. Balluff, M. C. Christman, and G. Russell. 2001. The use of Forward Looking Infrared in locating bird carcasses in agricultural areas. 8th Annual Meeting of The Wildlife Society in Reno, Nevada.

12 Christman, M.C. 2002. Predicting the Timing and Size of Broods of Economically-Important Insect Species. Fourteenth Annual Kansas State University Conference on Applied Statistics in Agriculture. Pg. 9. Vanisko, J. , M. C. Christman, Kennedy T. Paynter, and Steven J. Jordan. 2002. Historic Eastern Oyster (Crassostrea Virginica) Patent Tong Surveys In The Maryland Portion Of The Chesapeake Bay, 94th Annual National Shellfish Association Meeting in Mystic Connecticut, April 14-18, 2002. Jensen, O., Moglen, G., Christman, M. C., and Miller, T. 2002. Application of Geostatistics to Estimating Stock Size in Estuaries: A Non-Euclidean Approach to Variogram Calculation and Kriging. Volume 2: Abstracts of the Second International Symposium on GIS/Spatial Analyses in Fishery and Aquatic Sciences, Brighton, UK, September 3-6, 2002, pg. 47. Christman, M. C., Donaldson, K., and Miller, T. 2002. Spatial Distribution of Biodiversity of Juvenile Fin Fish. Abstracts of the 2002 American Fisheries Society Meeting, Baltimore, MD, August, 2002. Christman, M. C. 2002. Sequential Sampling Designs to Estimate Abundance of Rare Populations, Abstracts of The Wildlife Society Meeting, Bismarck, North Dakota, September 2002. Christman, M. C., Volstad, J., Giffen, C., and Fegley, L. 2003. Design and Implementation of Transect and Aerial Surveys of Commercial Blue Crab Effort in the Maryland Portion of the Chesapeake Bay. Abstracts of the National Shellfisheries Association Meeting, April 2003, New Orleans, LA. Potthoff, M. T. and Christman, M. C. 2003. Growth Depensation And Social Behavior Of Juvenile Hybrid Striped Bass. Abstracts of the 2003 American Fisheries Society Meeting, Quebec City, Quebec, August, 2003. Volstad, J., Christman, M. C., and T. Miller. 2003. Evaluation and combination of spatially overlapping transect and stratified random trawl surveys of finfish abundance. Abstracts of the 2003 American Fisheries Society Meeting, Quebec City, Quebec, August, 2003. Christman, M. C., Volstad, J., Giffen, C., and Fegley, L. 2003. Design and Implementation of Transect and Aerial Surveys of Commercial Blue Crab Effort in the Maryland Portion of the Chesapeake Bay. Abstracts of the 2003 American Fisheries Society Meeting, Quebec City, Quebec, August, 2003. Toschik, P. C., Christman, M. C., Rattner, B. A., and Ottinger, M. A. 2003. Evaluating Habitat Suitability For Ospreys Nesting In The Delaware River And Bay. Abstracts of the IALE Annual Meeting, Darwin, Australia, July 2003.

13 Rattner, B.A., Toschik, P.C., McGowan, P. C., Broderick, E. J., Christman, M.C., Ottinger, M. A. and Carter, D. B. 2003. A Comprehensive Evaluation of Contaminant Exposure and Reproduction in Delaware Bay Ospreys. Abstracts of SETAC, November, 2003. Christman, M. C. and I. Estevez. 2004. Methods for the analysis of movement and use of space by animals in confinement. 16th Annual Kansas State University Conference on Applied Statistics in Agriculture. April 2004. G. Other Creative and Scholarly Activities: 1. Contracts and grants, gifts. $ 1,000

Analysis of Adaptive Cluster Designs, University Senate New Faculty Research Award Program, September 1995, Principal Investigator. Adaptive Sampling Procedures for Spatial Data, a University Research Support Awards Program Grant for Summer 1996 and AY 1996-97 awarded December 1995, Principal Investigator. Sampling Designs for Spatially Distributed Data, National Science

$

4,900

$ 18,000

Foundation awarded June 1995, Grant Number DMS-9631318, July 1996-December 1997, Principal Investigator. Sequential Sampling Designs to Estimate the Size of a Rare Population, University Research Support Awards Program Grant for Summer 1998 and AY 1998-99, Principal Investigator. Spatial Modeling of Count Data on a Lattice, National Science Foundation, awarded June 1998, Grant Number DMS-9806051, August 1998-April 2001, Principal Investigator. Predicting Timing and Size of Broods of Economically-Important Insect Species Within Maryland, awarded Mar 2000, Maryland Agricultural Experiment Station (MAES), July 2000-June2002. PIs: M. C. Christman, G. Dively II, and R. A. Bean. Intergovernmental Personnel Agreement (IPA) with the United States Geological Survey, July 2000 ­ April 2002, Principal Investigator. Reduction in Phosphorus in Diets of Chickens, awarded Mar 2001, Maryland Agricultural Experiment Station (MAES), July 2001-June2003. PIs: C. R. Angel, J. Carter-Dennis, and M. C. Christman. $ 5,300

$

81,500

$ 21,815

$ 40,640

$ 38,800

14 Development and Implementation of the Chesapeake Bay $ 310,000 Fishery-Independent Multispecies Survey (CHESFIMS), National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration/ National Marine Fisheries Service/ Chesapeake Bay Program Office, awarded May 2000, PIs: T. J. Miller, E. D. Houde, M. Christman, A. Sharov, J. Volstad, Chesapeake Biological Laboratory, Jan ­ Dec 2001. Renewal of Development and Implementation of the Chesapeake Bay $ 240,000 Fishery-Independent Multispecies Survey (CHESFIMS), National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration/ National Marine Fisheries Service/ Chesapeake Bay Program Office, awarded May 2000, PIs: T. J. Miller, E. D. Houde, M. Christman, A. Sharov, J. Volstad, Chesapeake Biological Laboratory, Jan ­ Dec 2002. The Use of Spatial Modeling to Predict Pattern. General Research Board (GRB) $ Semester Research Award, Fall 2002 Growth Depensation and Social Interaction in Juvenile Striped Bass (Morone saxatilis): Influences of Ration Size, Food Distribution, and Group Density, awarded Mar 2002, Maryland Agricultural Experiment Station (MAES), July 2002-June2004. PIs: M. C. Christman and J. Soares. Design and Implementation of a Survey of Commercial Blue Crab Effort in the Maryland Portion of the Chesapeake Bay, awarded May 2002, Maryland Department of Natural Resources, May 2002- March 2003. P.I.: Mary C. Christman 9,750

$ 40,000

$ 213,003

Renewal of Development and Implementation of the Chesapeake Bay $ 299,000 Fishery-Independent Multispecies Survey (CHESFIMS), National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration/ National Marine Fisheries Service/ Chesapeake Bay Program Office, awarded May 2000, PIs: T. J. Miller, E. D. Houde, M. Christman, A. Sharov, J. Volstad, Chesapeake Biological Laboratory, Jan ­ Dec 2003. Strategies For Restoring And Managing The Eastern Oyster In Chesapeake Bay: $ 66,345 Quantitative Biological Analysis Of Management Options. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration/ National Marine Fisheries Service/ Chesapeake Bay Program Office, awarded July 2002, PIs: G. Smith, R. Mann, K. Paynter, M. Christman, Sept 2002 Aug 2004 Intergovernmental Personnel Agreement (IPA) with the United States Geological Survey, November 2002 ­ September 2004, Principal Investigator. $ 61,962

15 The Effect Of Confinement On Animal Movement And Use Of Space, awarded April 2003, Maryland Agricultural Experiment Station (MAES), July 2003-June 2005. PIs: M. C. Christman and I. Estevez. Implementation of a Survey of Commercial Blue Crab Effort in the Maryland Portion of the Chesapeake Bay and in the Coastal Bays, awarded May 2003, Maryland Department of Natural Resources, April 2003- March 2004. P.I.: Mary C. Christman Ecological Risk Assessment Ecological Risk Assessment (ERA) In Support Of A Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) To Evaluate Alternative Approaches To Increasing Oyster Populations Into The Chesapeake Bay, awarded March 2004, Maryland Department of Natural Resources, March 2004 Dec 2004. PIs: Mary C. Christman and Jon Volstad. Survey of Commercial Blue Crab Effort in the Maryland Portion of the Chesapeake Bay, awarded March 2004, Maryland Department of Natural Resources, March 2004- March 2005. P.I.: Mary C. Christman 2. Other RESEARCH Funding Received: ~$ 1,100 $ 35,000

$242,637

$299,961

$219,000

NSF/ONR grant to attend the Joint Statistical Meetings and a Workshop entitled Pathways to the Future, 1992. Cornfield grant (GWU) to attend the Joint Statistical Meetings, 1993. Visiting Scholar at Dept. of Statistics, Stanford University, Summer 1995. Competitive award under an NSF grant administered by Dr. Ingram Olkin, Professor in the Department of Statistics. S+Spatial Statistics Software for Windows, American University UCC Software Grant awarded March 1996. Funding for Young Researchers to attend the Conference on Statistical Challenges in Modern Astronomy II, held at Penn State, June 1996. Visiting Scholar at Dept. of Statistics, Stanford University, Summer 1996. Competitive award under an NSF grant administered by Dr. Ingram Olkin, Professor in the Department of Statistics. Funding provided by STAC to attend the workshop Integrated Analysis of Chesapeake Bay Monitoring Data being held by the Scientific and Technical Advisory Committee of the Chesapeake Bay Program,

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16 November 21-22, 1996. CAS Mellon Travel Award, Fall 1996. Competitive grant given to attend the workshop Integrated Analysis of Chesapeake Bay Monitoring Data being held by the Scientific and Technical Advisory Committee of the Chesapeake Bay Program, November 21-22, 1996. Awarded October, 1996. $ 300

S+Spatial Statistics Software for the UNIX, American University UCC Software $ Grant awarded April 1997. CAS Mellon Travel Award, Spring 1998. Competitive grant given to attend the Third Symposium on Spatial Accuracy May 20-22, 1998. Travel grant from the Biometrics Working Group of The Wildlife Society to present a talk at the Ninth Annual Conference of the TWS, Bismarck, ND 3. Special recognitions and achievements. $

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750

Honors and Awards, Academic: Graduate Student Fellowships (tuition and stipend), George Washington University, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, 1987-1990. Outstanding Graduate Student Award, Washington Statistical Society and George Washington University, 1991. Young Researcher Award, Fall 1997. Competitive travel award given to present at the Iowa State University Department of Statistics 50th Anniversary Conference on Correlated Data, October, 1997, $700. Graduate Education Award from the Graduate Student Organization of the Marine, Estuarine and Environmental Studies Program, November, 2001. Certificate of Appreciation from the NOAA Chesapeake Bay Office for outstanding contributions to the development of the Fisheries Ecosystem Planning document for the Chesapeake Bay, March, 2004. Distinguished Achievement Award from the Section on Statistics and the Environment of the American Statistical Association, August, 2004.

4.

Reviewing activities, Books and Journals.

Associate Editor 2002-2004, Journal of Agricultural, Biological, and Environmental Statistics.

17 Referee for manuscripts submitted to the following journals: Biometrics; Environmetrics; Ecological and Environmental Statistics; Biometrika; The Journal of the American Statistical Association; Forest Science; Canadian Journal of Forest Science; Fisheries Bulletin; Evolution; Ecology; Journal of Agricultural, Biological, and Environmental Statistics; and Proceedings of the Kansas State University Applied Statistics in Agriculture Conference, American Fisheries Society Invited Reviewer for textbooks including: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. McClave, Benson, and Sincich, Introduction to Statistics for Business and Economics, 7th Edition. Devore and Peck, Statistics: The Exploration and Analysis of Data, 3rd and 4th editions. Bluman, Elementary Statistics: A Brief Version. Piegorsch, Environmental Statistics. Kaiser, A prospectus for a text on Spatial Statistics printed by Duxbury Press.

5.

Reviewing activities, Granting Agencies.

Invited Reviewer of Small Business Innovation Research Grant Applications submitted to the National Institutes of Health, Center for Scientific Review, Special Emphasis Panel ZRG1 SNEM-4 02 B, November 4-5, 1999. Invited Reviewer of Small Business Innovation Research Grant Applications submitted to the National Institutes of Health, Center for Scientific Review, Special Emphasis Panel ZRG1 SNEM-4 02 B, March 2-3, 2000. Invited Reviewer of Small Business Innovation Research Grant Applications submitted to the National Institutes of Health, Center for Scientific Review, Special Emphasis Panel ZRG1 SNEM-4 02 B, November 13-14, 2000. Invited Reviewer of grant applications to the Methodology, Measurement and Statistics Program at the National Science Foundation, November 2000. Invited Reviewer of grant applications to the Division of Mathematical Sciences, Statistics Program, National Science Foundation, January 2002. Invited Reviewer of grant applications to the Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service, United States Department of Agriculture, March 2005.

H.

Instruction: 1. Courses taught.

18 Year Fall, 1993 Course Stat 53, Introductory Statistics for the Social Sciences Stat 118, Regression Analysis Spring, 1994 Stat 51, Introductory Statistics for Business and Economics Stat 51, Introductory Statistics for Business and Economics Stat 119, Experimental Design Fall, 1994 42.202.14, Basic Statistics ­ General and LD students 42.510.01, Theory of Sampling I Spring, 1995 42.202.05, Basic Statistics - Business and Economics 42.202.08, Basic Statistics - Business and Economics 42.511.01, Theory of Sampling II Fall, 1995 42.530.01, Mathematical Statistics I 42.202.12, Basic Statistics ­ Honors Spring, 1996 42.202.03, Basic Statistics ­ Honors 42.531.01, Mathematical Statistics II Fall, 1996 42.600.01, Advanced Mathematical Statistics I 42.798.01, Seminar in Statistics Spring, 1997 42.202.01, Basic Statistics - Sociology and Political Science 42.202.03, Basic Statistics ­ Honors Fall, 1997 42.202.04, Basic Statistics - Psychology and Education Enrollment 65 25 65 65 15 35 15 35 35 15 10 20 25 10 12 12 30 25 30 10 Credits 3 4 3 3 4 4 3 4 4 3 3 4 4 3 3 1 4 4 4 3

Spring, 1997 42.601.01, Topics in Advanced Probability and Statistics: Spatial Data Analysis and Models Spring, 1998 42.202.03, Basic Statistics - General Section

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19 08.590.01, Environmental Science: A Quantitative Approach Fall, 1999 BIOM301, Introduction to Biometrics BIOM698, Special Problems in Biometrics Spring, 2000 BIOM602, Experimental Design, Lecture (team-taught) BIOM602, 0103 Laboratory for Environmental Data BIOM698, Special Problems in Biometrics Fall, 2000 Spring 2001 BIOM301, Introduction to Biometrics BIOM688K, Environmental Statistics BIOM602, 0101 Laboratory for Environmental Studies BIOM698, Special Problems in Biometrics Fall 2001 BIOM301, Introduction to Biometrics BIOM698, Special Problems: Categorical Data Analysis BIOM698, Special Problems in Biometrics: Spatial Models Spring 2002 BIOM602, 0101 Experimental Design, Laboratory for Environmental Data BIOM 688C, Advanced Regression Methods Spring 2003 BIOM602, 0101 Experimental Design, Laboratory for Environmental Data BIOM688K, Environmental Statistics Fall 2003 Spring 2004 Fall 2004 Spring 2005 BIOM601, Biometrics I BIOM602, Biometrics II BIOM603, Biometrics III, Regression STA 6166, Statistical Methods I 24 3 130 20 24 3 120 10 5 24 15 135 3 48 3 3 1 3 18 1 3 2 1 1 3 1-2 1 1 1

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2. Spring 2000

Other Teaching

Journal Club on The Use of Space and Habitat by Free and Confined Animals (joint with Inma Estevez). Weekly 2 hr meeting of graduate students in ANSC, MEES, and ZOOL and faculty in ANSC to review current literature on methodologies for estimation and hypothesis testing related to distribution and movement of animals. Journal Club on The Movement of Individual Animals (joint with Inma Estevez). Bi-weekly 2 hr meeting of graduate students and faculty to review current literature on methodologies for estimation and hypothesis testing related to movement of animals. Topics include fractal dimension analysis and directed (correlated) random walks. Journal Club on Animal Movement and Use of Space (joint with Inma Estevez). Bi-weekly 2 hr meeting of graduate students and faculty to review current literature on methodologies for estimation and hypothesis testing related to movement of animals. Topics include foraging strategies, home range analysis, trajectories, etc.

Fall 2001

Fall 2003

3. Grants Received

Curriculum Development

The Use of Case Studies to Link a Basic Statistics Class and an Environmental Studies Class, American University Curriculum Development Grant for Budget Year 1996-97, with D. Culver, $5000. See description of class under Spring, 1997. Statistics for the Modern World, American University Curriculum Development Grant for Budget year 1997-98, with R. Jernigan, $4500. Manuals and Materials Developed for Teaching "Very Simplified Instructions for Using SYSTAT". This manual was used in some of the Basic Statistics courses and the Mathematics Tutoring Lab at American University, 20 pg. Course Packets for Honors Statistics, 1996 and 1997. Contain material for teaching not available in the usual introductory statistics text. Course Packet Introductory Biometry, 2000. Contains lecture notes and materials for review. Course Materials and Handouts Environmental Statistics, 2000. Contain lecture notes and materials for review.

21 Website for Biometrics 301. Contains the syllabus, course material, practice problems, and answers to homework, in class activities, and exams available for downloading. URL: http://www.wam.umd.edu/~cmswan/biom301.html Website for Biometrics 688K. Contains the syllabus, course material, homework assignments, bibliography for additional reading, software programs for examples, and answers to homework available for downloading. URL: http://www.biom.umd.edu/ Course Materials and Handouts Biometrics I, 2003. Contain lecture notes and materials for review.

4.

Supervision of student research.

Advising: Research Direction: American University: Tomeka Hill, 1996-1997. Stochastic Simulation of Spatial Point Processes based on Adaptive Sampling, Master's Project. Kenton Davis, 1996. Development of an Alternative Market Composite Index through Adaptive Sampling of Securities on the American Stock Exchange, Master's Project. Hasan Hamdan, 1995-1996. Variance Estimation for Systematic Sampling in Stereology, Master's Project. * Hamdan presented the work at the CAS Student Research Conference, Spring 1997. Susan Popowitz, 1995-1996. Forecasting Turning Points in Economic Time Series Data, Master's Project. * Popowitz presented the work at the CAS Student Research Conference, Spring 1996. * Popowitz presented the work at the Spring Conference, ENAR, March 1998. Feng Lan, 1996-1999. Sequential Adaptive Sampling Designs to Estimate Abundance in Rare Populations, Ph.D. Dissertation completed August 1999. * Lan won a $500 travel award to the Spring 1999 ENAR meeting based on a manuscript submitted to the Student Paper Competition. * Currently employed at National Center for Health Statistics, Washington, D.C. Susan Popowitz-Geyer, 1996-2000. Predicting Spatial Hot Spots. Ph.D. dissertation completed January 2000. * Currently employed at Mayo Clinic, Biostatistics Center, Rochester, MN. University of Maryland:

22 Shannon Borges (MEES), Fall 2000-2002. Exposure Of Free-Flying Birds To Anticholinesterase Insecticides In Two Conventionally Managed Fruit Orchards. M. S. Thesis completed November 2002. Michael Potthoff (MEES), 2001-2003. Growth Depensation And Social Behavior In Juvenile Hybrid Striped Bass (Morone Saxatilis x M. Chrysops), M. S. Thesis completed July 2003. * Potthoff presented his findings at the American Fisheries Society Meeting, 2003. Chon Sam (Statistics Program, Dept. Mathematics), 2001-2003. Estimation of Fish Quantity in Chesapeake Bay by Different Statistical Modeling Approaches. M. S. Thesis completed July 2003. Shannon Borges (MEES), Spring 2003-Fall 2004. Ph.D. program. Chon Sam (Statistics Program, Dept. Mathematics), Fall 2003-Fall 2004. Ph.D. program. Committee Member for Ph.D. candidates: Students who have completed their Ph.D.s (American University): Joyce Higginbotham (Math Ed.), Michelle Merriweather (Math Ed.), Jill Montequilla (Stat), Elena Randou (Stat), Mario Styliano (Stat), Charlene Sharkey (Math Ed.). Students who have completed their Ph.D.s (UMD): Becky Raboy (ZOOL), Gail Langelotto (ENTM), Monica Jackson (MAPL), Ignacio Castellanos (ENTM), Joseph Matanoski (MEES) Current Students: Raul Medina (ENTM), James Salierno (Vet. Med.), Sheila Reynolds (BIOL), John Walter (VIMS), Shannon Borges (MEES), Erin Hoerl (ANSC), Katie Schneider (BEES). Committee Member for M.S. candidates: Students who have completed their M. S.: Kristina Adams (ANSC), Kim Mikita (MEES), Mason Freed (ANSC), Stewart Harris (MEES), Olaf Jensen (MEES), Lisa Clark (ENTM) Current Students: none Independent Study and Internship Supervision

23 1) Independent Studies Supervised

Euloge Kpamegan (Amer. Univ. (AU)), Summer 1995. Topic: Survey Sampling. Susan Popowitz (AU), Spring 1996. Topic: Spatial Econometrics. Susan Popowitz (AU), Fall 1996. Topic: Bayesian models. Nawar El-Shara (AU), Fall 1997. Topic: Theory of Sampling. Kim Mikita (MEES), Fall 2001. Topic: Time Series Analysis of Environmental Variates James Brown (UMD undergraduate in ENSP), Spring 2002. Topic: Modeling Insect Outbreaks. 2) Internships Supervised

Undergraduate student, Diana Alcaraz (American U.), Summer 1997. Internship sponsored under the Apprenticeship Program for Women in Science as Applied to Public Policy supported by an NSF grant to Drs. Mary Gray and Nina Roscher. Among other activities, the student was responsible for developing a booklet listing resources on the World Wide Web related to study of the Chesapeake Bay. Undergraduate major, Melissa Markowitz (American U.), Spring 1998. Internship sponsored by the United Jewish Appeal, Washington, DC. Student works 10-15 hours per week doing statistical summaries and analyses and related work. Undergraduate student, Kathrine Waite (ENSP), Fall 2001. Internship. Student worked during the summer 2001 collecting blood specimens from wild-caught birds found in abandoned orchards and at Patuxent Wildlife Preserve. She will be doing research and writing a paper this fall on the results.

Undergraduate student, Jennifer Ball (BIOL), Spring 2002. Undergraduate Research Assistant. Student works on development of a database containing results of surveys conducted by various agencies in the Chesapeake Bay. I. Service: 1. Professional.

Invited Participant in the workshop, Statistical Issues for Ecological and Natural Resource Monitoring Programs in the United States, sponsored by the American Statistical Association Committee on Environmental Monitoring and Assessment and the Environmental Protection Agency, March 14-16, 1996. Invited Participant in the workshop, Integrated Analysis of Chesapeake Bay Monitoring Data, sponsored by the Scientific and Technical Advisory Committee of the Chesapeake Bay Program, November 21-22, 1996, Solomons Island, MD. Invited Participant in the Panel Review, Statistics Panel Review of Red Snapper (Lutjanus

24 campechanus) Research and Management in the Gulf of Mexico, sponsored by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Marine Fisheries Service, July 20-25, 1997, New Orleans, LA. Invited Member of the Technical Advisory Panel For Fisheries Ecosystems charged with developing a prototype Fisheries Ecosystem Plan for the Chesapeake Bay. The plan is to provide detailed information for fishery managers to perform ecosystem-based fisheries management. Coordinated by the Chesapeake Bay Program Office, National Marine Fisheries Service, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Dec 2000 ­ present. Statistician under an Interagency Personnel Agreement with the United States Geological Service to develop probabilistic models for hazard risk assessment, April 2000-April 2002. Member, Regional Advisory Board, Eastern North American Region, International Biometrics Society, 1998-2000. Secretary, Council of Sections Governing Board, American Statistical Association, 1998-2000. Member, Education Advisory Committee, Eastern North American Region, International Biometrics Society, 2000-2001. Eastern North American Region Chapter Representative to the Site Selection Committee for Meetings for the International Biometrics Society, 2002-2005. Member, Program Committee for the 2003 Eastern North American Region, International Biometrics Society, Spring Meeting. Treasurer (elected), Section on Statistics and the Environment, American Statistical Association, 2003-2004. Secretary, Section on Statistics and the Environment, American Statistical Association, 2004-2005. Eastern North American Region Correspondent to the Biometric Bulletin, an International newsletter of the International Biometrics Society, 2003-2004. Chair, Search Committee, for the Editor of the Journal of Biological, Agricultural, and Ecological Statistics, 2003-2004. 2. University

Member, Animal Science Program, Course, and Curriculum Committee, 2000-2004 Member, Annual Symposium Committee, 2001-2003 Member, ANSC Faculty Advisory Committee, 2001-2004 Member, BEES Graduate Admissions Committee, 2002

25 Member, Departmental Awards Committee, 2002-2003 Member, Departmental Merit Committee, 2002-2004 Member, Search Committee for a Nutrition Position, 2003 Member, Graduate Advisory Committee, 2003-... Member, Review of the ANSC Chair Committee, 2003 Member, Faculty Review Committee, 2003-2004 Undergraduate Advisor, Advise undergraduate majors in Animal Sciences, 2002 - ... Memberships American Statistical Association Institute of Mathematical Statistics International Biometrics Society The International Environmetrics Society Sigma Xi Society The Wildlife Society Ecological Society of America American Fisheries Society American Geophysical Union J. Other:

Consulting Activity for Members of the University of Maryland System: Provided statistical expertise to many members of the University including: Brian Eyler (UMES), Dixie Bounds (UMES), Rick Kohn (ANSC), Lindsey Scott (ANSC), Roberta Morales (VET MED), Tracy Horner (ENTM), Galen Dively (ENTM), Andy Baldwin (BREN), Arv Grybauskas (NRSL), Inma Estevez (ANSC), Kelton Clark (ZOOL), Cara Thomas (ANSC), Juliet Healy (MEES), Gerry Borgia (ZOOL), Katie Dryer (ZOOL), Pilantana Anderson (MEES), Sallie Gentry (MEES), Ellen Turner (BREN), Veronica Galindo-Cuspinara (ANSC), Teri Cornetto (ANSC), David Polete (ANSC), Kathryn Everts (NRSL), Eric Olsen (ENTM), Mike Hamilton (ANSC), Wayne Kuenzel (ANSC), John Adornato (Ecol. ENGR), Jackson Fisher (BREC), Katie Dryer (ZOOL), Gerry Borgia (ZOOL), Shawn Lucas (NRSL), Steve McDonald (NRSL), Doug Blackiston (Georgetown U.), Erle Ellis (UMBC), and others Consulting Activity External to the University: Past occasional consultant to the American Association of Colleges of Podiatric Medicine. Past Consultant to the General Accounting Office, Statistical Research Division. Past Consultant to the law firm of Shapiro, Lifshitz and Schram, Washington, DC.

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