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1 WILLIAM J. MCSHEA


CURRICULUM VITAE - October 2008


PERSONAL

Address: 1500 Remount Road

National Zoo’s Conservation and Research Center

Front Royal, VA, 22630

Office Phone: (540) 635-6563

Email: mcsheaw@si.edu

Birth Date: January 13, 1956


EDUCATION

B.S., Bucknell University, 1977, Animal Behavior

M.S., University of New Hampshire, 1981, Zoology

Ph.D., State University of New York at Binghamton, 1985


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2006-present Wildlife Ecologist, National Zoological Park, Conservation and Research Center, Front Royal, VA

2004-2006 Research Scientist, National Zoo/Wildlife Conservation Society Joint Appalachian Forest Program, Front Royal, VA

1991-2003 Wildlife Ecologist, National Zoological Park, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.

1997-present Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Biology,

University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA

2000-present Affiliate Professor, Department of Biology, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA

2000-present Affiliate Associate Professor, Center for Environmental Sciences, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA

2002-present Guest Research Scientist, College of Life Sciences, Peking University, Beijing, China

2003-present Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Forest, Range and Wildlife Sciences, Utah State University, Logan, UT

1993-1997 Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Biology,

University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA

8/90-5/91 Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Biology,

St. Lawrence University, Canton, NY

6/86-8/90 Research Fellow, National Zoological Park,

Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.

8/85-6/86 Lecturer in Mammalogy and research assistant to Charles Aquadro

Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.

1/85-6/85 Lecturer in Ecology, State University of New York, Binghamton, New York


RECENT COMMITTEE DUTIES AND HONORS


Invited Study Leader, High Country Tours, Asia’s Rising Global Powers, March 2008

Scientific Review Panel, Patuxent Wildlife Research Center, Nov. 2007

Certified Senior Ecologist, Ecological Society of America (expired)

State of Virginia Deer Management Task Force (2006)

State of Virginia Bird Taxa Committee (2006)

IUCN/SSC Insectivore Study Group

IUCN/SSC Deer Study Group (past Vice-Chairman)

Virginia Chapter of The Wildlife Society Executive Committee (2004-2008)

Technical Advisory Committee, Oak Alliance

AZAA Giant Panda Species Survival Plan Advisory Team

SI Conservation & Research Center Animal Care and Use Committee

Technical Advisory Committee, National Park Service, Capital Parks Region


MAJOR AWARDS AND GRANTS (LAST 5 YEARS)


SI-GEO (2008-2009) Large temperate plot construction and vegetation survey (Co-investigator, Norm Bourg)


National Geographic Society, (2007-2008) Conservation and Ecology of Takin in Sichuan China. (co-investigators Evan Blumer, David Powell, Song Yanling)


National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (2007-2010) “Control of invasive plants to enhance biodiversity” (co-investigator, Nicole Cavender)


Ocean Park Zoo, Hong Kong (2007, 2008) “Ecology and Conservation of Takin” (co-investigators Evan Blumer, David Powell, Song Yanling)

World Society for the Protection of Animals (2006-2007) “Survey of Asiatic Black Bears in Sichuan Province, China” (co-investigators, Zhu Xiaojian and Dave Garshelis)


Asia Animal Foundation (2005-2007) “Survey of Asiatic Black Bear Distribution in Sichuan Province, China” (co-investigators, Zhu Xiaojian and Dave Garshelis)


National Park Service, National Capital Region (2005-2007) “Assessment of distance sampling protocols with respect to roads, as an appropriate survey method for deer in select National Parks”


Wildlife Conservation Society, One WCS, (2005) “Controlled test of using scent lures in conjunction with remote-trip cameras” (Co-investigator, David Powell, WCS)


National Park Service, National Capital Region (2005-2008) “Interaction between white-tailed deer and invasive plant ecology along the Potomac River”


Grand Perfect Sdn Bhd, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (2005-2008) “Survey of large mammal populations in sustainable forestry units in State of Sarawak”


State of Virginia, Department of Game and Inland Fisheries (2005-2008) “Wildlife survey of high elevation sites in Virginia”


State of Virginia, Department of Game and Inland Fisheries (2004) “Wildlife use of bridges: distributions and patterns”


Earthwatch Foundation (2005), “Monitoring China’s Black Bears” with Dave Garshelis (MN DNR) and Zhu Xiaojian (Peking Univ.).


World Wildlife Fund (2003), “Community-based training in Eld’s deer ecology in Savannakhet Province, PDR Laos. (with Arlyne Johnson WCS-Lao Program).


National Park Service, National Capital Region (2002-2005), “Assessing impact and movement of white-tailed deer with respect to forest and agricultural resources”


Garfield Foundation (2001-2003), “Developing an effective deer reduction protocol that achieves increased biodiversity in an eastern deciduous forest” (with John Rappole).


National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (2001-2002), “Landscape conservation and management of Turkeybeard (Xerophyllum asphodeloides) populations in Virginia.” (with Norm Bourg, University of Maryland).


National Capital Region, National Park Service (2000-2002), “Survey of small mammals along the Potomac River Basin, from Rock Creek to Harper’s Ferry”

U. S. Forest Service (1998-04) "Establishing a bird monitoring protocol for the George Washington and Jefferson National Forest"


VOLUMES EDITED


McShea, W. J., S. J. Davies, N. Phumpakphan, and A. Pattanavibool (editors). Ecology and conservation tropical dry forests in Asia. Smithsonian Institution Press. In preparation

McShea, W. J., and W. M. Healy. editors. 2002. Oak Forest Ecosystems: Ecology and Management for Wildlife. Johns Hopkins University Press. (Paperback 2003)


McShea, W. J., H. B. Underwood, and J. H. Rappole. editors. 1997. The Science of Overabundance: Deer ecology and population management. Smithsonian Institution Press. Washington DC. (Paperback 2003)


REFEREED PUBLICATIONS


Liu, F., W. J. McShea, D. L. Garshelis, X. Zhu, D. Wang, J. Gong, and Y. Chen. Spatial distribution as a measure of conservation needs: an example with Asiatic black bears in Southwestern China. Biodiversity and Distribution. Accepted


Garshelis, D. L., H. Wang, D. Wang, X. Zhu, S. Li, and W. J. McShea. 2008. Do revised giant panda estimates aid in their conservation? Ursus 19:168-176.


McShea, W. J., C. M. Stewart, L. J. Kearns, S. Liccioli, and D. Kocka. 2008. Factors affecting autumn deer/vehicle collisions in a rural Virginia county. Human-Wildlife Conflicts. 2: 110-121.


McShea, W. J., W. M. Healy, P. Devers, T. Fearer, F. H. Koch, D. Stauffer, and J. Waldon. 2007. Forestry Matters: Decline of oaks will impact wildlife in hardwood forests. Journal of Wildlife Management. 71: 1717-1728.


Stewart, C. M., W. J. McShea, and Brian P. Piccolo. 2007. The impact of white-tailed deer foraging on agricultural resources at 3 National Historical Parks in Maryland. Journal of Wildlife Management. 71:1525-1530.

Giman, B., R. Steubing, N. Megum, W. J. McShea, and C. Stewart. 2007. A camera trapping inventory for mammals within a mixed use planted forest in Sarawak. The Raffles Bulletin of Zoology 55: 209-215.




Buij, R., W. J. McShea, P. Campbell, M. E. Lee, F. Dallmeier, S. Guimondou, L. Mackaga, N. Guiseougou, S. Mboumba, J. E. Hines, J. D. Nichols, and A. Alonso. 2007. Patch-occupancy models indicate human activity as major determinants of forest elephant Loxodonta cyclotis seasonal distribution in an industrial corridor in Gabon. Biological Conservation 135: 189-201.



Wang Dajun, Li Sheng, W. J. McShea, and Li Ming Fu. 2006. Use of Remote-trip Cameras for Wildlife Surveys and Evaluating the Effectiveness of Conservation Activities at a Nature Reserve in Sichuan Province, China. Environmental Management 28:942-951.


O’Brien, C.J., W. McShea, S. Guimondou, P. Barriere, and M. Carleton. 2006. Terrestrial small mammals (Soricidae and Muridae) from the Gamba Complex protected areas, Gabon: species composition and comparison of sampling techniques. Pages 353-363. In Alonso, A, M. E. Lee, P. Campbell, O. S. G. Pauwels and F. Dallmeier, eds. Gamba, Gabon: Biodiversity of an equatorial African rainforest. Bulletin of the Biological Society of Washington, No. 12


Bourg, N. A., W. J. McShea, and D. E. Gill. 2005. Putting a cart before the search: successful habitat prediction for a rare forest herb. Ecology 86: 2793-2804.


Koy, K., W. J. McShea, P. Leimgruber, B. N. Haack, and M. Aung. 2005. Percent canopy-cover —using Landsat imagery to delineate habitat for Myanmar’s endangered Eld’s deer (Cervus eldi). Animal Conservation 8:289-296.


McShea, W. J., K. Koy, T. Clements, A. Johnson, C. Vongkhamheng, and M. Aung. 2005. Finding a needle in the haystack: Regional analysis of suitable Eld’s deer (Cervus eldi) forest in Southeast Asia. Biological Conservation 125:101-111.


McShea, W. J. 2005. Forest Ecosystems without Carnivores: When ungulates rule the world. Pages 138-153 In Large Carnivores and the Conservation of Biodiversity. J. C. Ray, K. Redford, R. S. Stenbeck, and J. Berger editors. Island Press.


Vega Rivera, J. H., W. J. McShea, and J. H. Rappole. 2003. Comparison of breeding and post-breeding movements and habitat requirements for the scarlet tanager. The Auk 120: 632-644.


Demaria, M. R., W. J. McShea, K. Koy, and N. O. Maceira. 2003. Pampas deer conservation with respect to habitat loss and protected area considerations in San Luis, Argentina. Biological Conservation 115: 121-130.


McShea, W. J., J. Pagels, J. Orrock, E. Harper, and K. Koy. 2003. Mesic deciduous forest as patches of small mammal richness within an Appalachian mountain forest. Journal of Mammalogy 84:627-643.


Leimgruber, P., W. J. McShea, and G. D. Schnell. 2002. Effects of scale and logging on landscape structure in a forest mosaic. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 74:141-166.


McShea, W. J., and W. M. Healy. 2002. Oaks and acorns as the basis for ecosystem management. Pages 1-12 In Oak Forest Ecosystems: ecology and management for wildlife. Edited by William J. McShea and W. M. Healy. John Hopkins University Press.


Healy, W. M., and W. J. McShea. 2002. Goals and guidelines for ecosystem management of oak forests. Pages 333-340 In Oak Forest Ecosystems: ecology and management for wildlife. Edited by William J. McShea and W. M. Healy. John Hopkins University Press.


Tomás, W. M. , W. J. McShea, G. H. B. de Miranda, J. R. Moreira, G. Mourão and P. A. L. Borges. 2001. Survey of a pampas deer, Ozotoceros bezoarticus leucogaster (Artiodactyla, Cervidae), population in the Pantanal wetland, Brazil, using the distance sampling technique. Animal Biodiversity and Conservation, 24:101-106.


Leimgruber, P., W. J. McShea, C. J. Brookes, Bolor-Erdene, C. Wemmer, and C. Larson. 2001. Spatial patterns in relative primary productivity and gazelle migration in the Eastern Steppes of Mongolia. Biological Conservation. 102:205-212.


Fletcher, J. D., L. A. Shipley, W. J. McShea, and D. L. Shumway. 2001. Wildlife herbivory and rare plants: the effects of white-tailed deer, rodents and insects on growth and survival of Turk’s Cap Lily. Biological Conservation. 101:229-238.


McShea, W. J., M. Aung, D. Poszig, C. Wemmer, and S. Monfort. 2001. Forage, habitat use and sexual segregation by a tropical deer species (Cervus eldi thamin) in a dipterocarp forest. Journal of Mammalogy 82:848-857.


Aung, M., W. J. McShea, S. Htung, A. Than, T. M. Soe, S. Monfort, and C. Wemmer. 2001. Ecology and social organization of a tropical deer (Cervus eldi thamin). Journal of Mammalogy 82:836-847.


Fletcher, J. D., W. J. McShea, L. A. Shipley, and D. Shumway. 2001. Use of common forest forbs to measure browsing pressure by white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus Zimmerman) in Virginia, USA. Natural Areas Journal. 21:172-176.


Vega Rivera, J. H., C. A. Haas, J. H. Rappole, and W. J. McShea. 2000. Parental care of fledgling Wood Thrushes. Wilson Bulletin 112:233-237.


Murray, S., S. L. Monfort, L. Ware, W. J. McShea and M. Bush. 2000. Anesthesia in female white-tailed deer using Telazol and Xylazine. Journal of Wildlife Diseases. 36:670-675.


Orrock, J. L., J. L. Pagels, W. J. McShea, and E. K. Harper. 2000. Predicting presence and abundance of a small mammal species: the effect of scale and resolution. Ecological Applications. 10:1356-1366.


McShea, W. J. and J. H. Rappole. 2000. Managing the abundance and diversity of breeding bird populations through manipulation of deer populations. Conservation Biology 14:1161-1170.


McShea, W. J. 2000. The influence of acorn crops on annual variation in rodent and bird populations. Ecology 81:228-238.


McShea, W. J., E. G. Reese, T. W. Small, and P. J. Weldon. 2000. An experiment on the ability of free-ranging turkey vultures (Cathartes aura) to locate carrion by chemical cues. Chemoecology 10:49-50.


Orrock, J. L., E. K. Harper, J. F. Pagels, and W. J. McShea. 1999. Additional records of the rock vole, Microtus chrotorrhinus, in Virginia. Banisteria 14:36-38.


Vega-Rivera, J. H., W. J. McShea, J. H. Rappole, and C. A. Haas. 1999. Postbreeding season movements and habitat use by adult wood thrushes in Northern Virginia. Auk 116: 458-466.


McShea, W. J., P. Leimgruber, M. Aung, S. Monfort, and C. Wemmer. 1999. Range collapse of a tropical cervid (Cervus eldi) and determining the extent of remaining habitat. Animal Conservation 2:173-183.


Vega-Rivera, J. H., W. J. McShea, J. H. Rappole, and C. A. Haas. 1998. Pattern and chronology of prebasic molt for the wood thrush and its relation to reproduction and migration departure. Wilson Bulletin 110: 384-392.

Smallwood, P. D., M. A. Steele, E. Ribbens, and W. J. McShea. 1998. Detecting the effects of seed hoarders on the distribution of tree species: grey squirrels (Sciurus carolinensis) and oaks (Quercus spp.) as a model system. Pages 250-272 In Ecology and Evolutionary Biology of Tree Squirrels. M. A. Steele, J. E. Merritt, and D. A. Zegers eds. Virginia Museum of Natural History Press.


Vega-Rivera, J. H., J. H. Rappole, W. J. McShea and C. A. Haas. 1998. Wood Thrush postfledgling movements and habitat use in Northern Virginia. Condor 100:69-78.


McShea, W. J. and J. H. Rappole. 1997. The science and politics of managing deer within a protected area. Wildlife Society Bulletin 25:443-446.


McShea, W. J., and J. H. Rappole. 1997. Variable song rates for three species of passerines, and implications for estimating bird populations. Journal of Field Ornithology 68:367-375.


McShea, W. J., S. L. Monfort, S. Hakim, J. Kirkpatrick, I. Liu, J. W. Turner, Jr., L. Chassey, and L. Munson. 1997. The effect of immunocontraception on the behavior and reproduction of white-tailed deer. Journal of Wildlife Management 41:560-569.


McShea, W. J., H. B. Underwood and J. H. Rappole. 1997. Deer management and the concept of overabundance. pp. 1-7 In The Science of Overabundance: Deer ecology and population management. W. J. McShea, H. B. Underwood, and J. H. Rappole, eds. Smithsonian Institution Press.


McShea, W. J. and J. H. Rappole. 1997. Herbivores and the ecology of forest understory birds. pp. 298-309 In The Science of Overabundance: Deer ecology and population management, W. J. McShea, H. B. Underwood, and J. H. Rappole, eds. Smithsonian Institution Press.


Jones, C., W. J. McShea, M. J. Conroy and T. H. Kunz. 1996. Capturing Mammals. pp. 115-156 In Measuring and Monitoring Biological Diversity: Standard Methods for Mammals. D. E. Wilson, F. R. Cole, J. D. Nichols, R. Rudran and M. S. Foster, eds. Smithsonian Institution Press.


Wemmer, C., T. H. Kunz, G. Lundie-Jenkins, and W. J. McShea. 1996. Mammalian Sign. pp. 157-176 In Measuring and Monitoring Biological Diversity: Standard Methods for Mammals. D. E. Wilson, F. R. Cole, J. D. Nichols, R. Rudran and M. S. Foster, eds. Smithsonian Institution Press.


Hakim, S., W. J. McShea, and J. R. Mason. 1996. The attractiveness of a liquid bait to white-tailed deer in the Central Appalachian Mountains, Virginia, USA. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 32:395-398.


McShea, W. J., M. V. McDonald, E. S. Morton, R. Meier, and J. H. Rappole. 1995. Long-term trends in habitat selection by Kentucky Warblers. Auk 112:375-381.


Leimgruber, P., W. J. McShea and J. H. Rappole. 1994. Predation on artificial nests in large forest blocks. Journal of Wildlife Management 58:255-261.


McShea, W. J. and G. Schwede. 1993. Variable acorn crops, and the response of white-tailed deer and other mast consumers. Journal of Mammalogy 74:999-1006.


McShea, W. J., C. Wemmer, and M. Stuwe. 1993. Conflict of interests: A public hunt at the National Zoo's Conservation and Research Center. Wildlife Society Bulletin 21:492-497.


Schwede, G., H. Hendrichs, and W. McShea. 1993. Social and spatial organization of female white-tailed deer, Odocoileus virginianus, during the fawning season. Animal Behaviour 45:1007-1017


Rappole, J. H., W. J. McShea, and J. Vega-Rivera. 1993. Evaluation of two survey methods in upland avian breeding communities. Journal of Field Ornithology 64:55-70.


Gould, E., W. McShea and T. Grand. 1993. Function of the star in the star-nosed mole (Condylura cristata). Journal of Mammalogy 74:108-117.


McShea, W. J. and J. H. Rappole. 1992. White-tailed deer as keystone species within forest habitats of Virginia. Virginia Journal of Science 43:177-186.


McShea, W. J. and A. Gilles. 1992. A comparison of traps and fluorescent powder to describe foraging for mast by Peromyscus leucopus. Journal of Mammalogy 73:218-222.


McShea, W. J. and D. M. Madison. 1991. Alternate approaches to the study of small mammal dispersal: insights from radiotelemetry. Pp. 319-332 In Animal Dispersal: Small mammals as a model. ed. by W. Z. Lidicker Jr. and N. S. Stenseth. Chapman & Hall Publ.



McShea, W. J. 1990. Predation and its potential impact on the behavior of microtine rodents. Pp. 101-110 In Social Systems and Population Cycles in Voles. ed. by R. H. Tamarin, R. Ostfeld, S. Pugh and G. Bujalska. Birkhauser Verlag. 229 pp.


McShea, W. J. 1990. Social tolerance and proximate mechanisms of dispersal between overwintering groups of meadow voles (Microtus pennsylvanicus). Animal Behaviour 39:346-351.


McShea, W. J. 1989. Reproductive synchrony and home range size in a territorial microtine. Oikos 56:182-186.


McShea, W. J. and D. M. Madison. 1989. Measurements of reproductive traits in a field population of meadow voles. Journal of Mammalogy. 70:132-141.


Madison, D. M. and W. J. McShea. 1987. Seasonal changes in reproductive tolerance, spacing and social organization in meadow voles: a microtine model. American Zoologist. 27:899-908.


McShea, W. J. and D. M. Madison. 1987. Partial mortality of nestling meadow voles. Animal Behaviour. 35:1253-1255.


McShea, W. J. and D. M. Madison. 1986. Sex ratio shifts within litters of meadow voles (Microtus pennsylvanicus). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 18: 431-436.


McShea, W. J. and D. M. Madison. 1984. Communal nesting between reproductively active females in a spring population of Microtus pennsylvanicus. Canadian Journal of Zoology. 62:344-346.


McShea, W. J. and E. N. Francq. 1984. Microhabitat selection by Peromyscus leucopus. Journal of Mammalogy. 65:675-678.


Madison, D. M., R. W. FitzGerald, and W. J. McShea. 1984. Dynamics of social nesting in overwintering voles (Microtus pennsylvanicus): possible consequences for population cycling. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 5:9-18.


ADDITIONAL PUBLICATIONS


Li Sheng, Wang Dajun & W. J. McShea. 2008. The Noisy World in the Silent Forest. Chinese National Geography 575: 86-105. (In Chinese)


Cooch, E, C. Haney, T. O’Meara, J. Edwards, and W. J. McShea. 2007. Patuxent Wildlife Research Center, 5-year strategic review. Strategic Research Program Review. Patuxent Wildlife Research Center, Patuxent Md.

Giman, B., N. Megom, W. McShea, and C. Stewart. 2007. Conservation of small carnivores in planted forest. Proceedings of the Regional Conference of Biodiversity Conservation in Tropical Planted Forests in Southeast Asia. Pages1-10. Grand Perfect Snd. Bhd. Bintulu, Sarawak.

Monfort, S. L., W. J. McShea, and C. M. Wemmer. Eld’s deer (or Brow-antlered deer, Sangai or Thamin) Cervus eldi. Pages xx-xx. In Mammals of South Asia, edited by A. J. T. Johnsingh. Island Press. (In Press)


McShea, W. J. 2006. Smithsonian’s CRC Monitors Change: A restored Avtex site welcomes gradual wildlife recovery. Avtex Dispatch 5: 4.


McShea, W. J. and M. Songer. 2005. Saving Giant Pandas, One Person at a Time. ZooGoer Magazine 34:16-17.


McShea, W. J., X. Zhu, and D. Garshelis. 2005. China’s Black Bears. Earthwatch Foundation. 38 pp.

McShea, W.J. 2004. Conservation and restoration of Eld’s Deer. IUCN Deer Specialist Group Newsletter 19:25-26. http://iibce.edu.uy/citogenetica/deer/en8.ht


McShea, W. J. 2002. Mammals and humans: Field techniques for studying mammals. Grzimek’s Animal Life Encyclopedia, Volume 13. Thomson Gale Publishing, Chicago, IL.


Churchill, J. L., W. J. McShea and R. Reynolds. 2002. A classification model for identifying Virginia bats by search-phase echolocation calls using discriminant function analysis. Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries, Richmond, VA. 42 pp.


McShea, W. J. and M. Aung. Status of thamin (Cervus eldi) in Myanmar. 2001. Pages 13-15, Global herdbook of Eld’s deer. Edited by N. Manchard and C. Mauget. Museum National d’Histoire Naturelle, Paris, France.


McShea, W. J. 2000. Interactions of deer, birds and plants in the Shenandoah National Park. Pp. 33-36. In Proceedings of the Conference on The Impact of Deer on the Biodiversity and Economy of the State of Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania Audubon Society, Harrisburg, PA.

McShea, W. J. 1999. Review of Geist, V. 1998. Deer of the World: Their Ecology, Behavior, and Evolution. Stackpole Books. Arctic 54:415-416.


McShea, W. J. 1999. Survey report on potential of Mahamyaing region for status as a protected area. Forest Department, Yangon, Union of Myanmar. 12 pp.


McShea, W. J., and J. Buff. 1999. Measuring Biodiversity: A Forest Ecology Manual for Teachers. Smithsonian Institution, Conservation and Research Center.


McShea, W. J., P. Leimgruber, J. Waldon, and D. Morton. 1997. GIS and Remote Sensing for Wildlife Managers: A technical manual to the use of Geographical Information Systems in conservation and wildlife management. Smithsonian Institution, Conservation and Research Center.


Stuwe, M. and W. J. McShea. 1996. Biodiversity Monitoring Training Manual for Technical Officers in Vietnam National Parks and Reserves. GEF Project, Hanoi, Vietnam, 45 pp.


Monfort, S. and W. McShea. 1995. Report on status of brow-antlered deer (Cervus eldi) within Chatthin Wildlife Sanctuary. Forest Department, Yangon, Union of Myanmar. 28 pp.


McShea, W. J. 1993. Ecology of breeding birds within forest communities. Audubon Naturalist, 19:12-14.


McShea, W. J. 1992. The small mammal community within Mahazat As Said: A preliminary study of its composition, distribution and richness. National Wildlife Research Center, Taif, Saudi Arabia. 20 pp.


McShea, W. J. 1992. White-tailed deer and forest communities. Arbor Vitea, 3:12.


McShea, W. J. 1992. Eggknapping at CRC. Zoogoer, 21:29.


McShea, W. J. and J. Rappole. 1992. Ecology of breeding birds within continuous forest tracts. Neotropical Migratory Bird Conservation Program Newsletter, 2:21.


Leimgruber, P. and W. McShea. 1991. Do Peromyscus prey on bird eggs? Peromyscus Newsletter, 12:31-32.


McShea, W. J. 1990 through 2000. Shenandoah Wildlife. Earthwatch Foundation. 44 pp.


McDonald, M. V. and W. J. McShea. 1990. Tulip tree-hickory forest. Journal of Filed Ornithology Suppl. 60:45-46.


McShea, W. J., L. Hartman, J. Blew, S. Mabey. 1989. Breeding Bird Census: Tulip Tree-Hickory Forest. Journal of Field Ornithology Suppl. 60:32.


Mabey, S., W. J. McShea, J. Blew, L. Hartman. 1989. Breeding Bird Census: Young Black Locust Shrubland. Journal of Field Ornithology Suppl. 60:54.


Madison, D. M., R. W. FitzGerald, and W. J. McShea. 1983. Movement of meadow voles in winter: implications for vole management in orchard habitat. In R. E. Byers (editor), Proceedings of the Seventh Eastern Pine and Meadow Vole Symposium, Harpers Ferry, West Virginia. 18 pp.


McShea, W. J. 1985. Influences on the postpartum behavior of female meadow voles within a natural population. Dissertation, State University of New York, Binghamton.


Madison, D. M., R. W. FitzGerald and W. J. McShea. 1985. A user's guide to the successful radiotracking of small rodents in the field. pp. 28-39 In F. M. Long (editor), Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Wildlife Biotelemetry. Laramie, Wyoming.


McShea, W. J. 1981. Arboreal behavior within a population of Peromyscus leucopus. Thesis, University of New Hampshire, Durham.


PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES


American Society of Mammalogists

Society for Conservation Biology

IUCN/SSC

Ecological Society of America (Certified Senior Ecologist)

The Wildlife Society

Natural Areas Association


TEACHING EXPERIENCE


Community-based Conservation of Eld’s Deer, Savvanakhet Province, Lao PDR, April 2003, 2004. January 2005

Large Mammal Survey Techniques, Tangjiahe Panda Reserve, October 2003, May 2004, June 2005, June 2006, April 2007, March 2008

Bear Ecology and Radiotelemetry Workshop, Sichuan Province, November 2002 – 2004, October 2005- 2007, August 2008

GIS and Remote Sensing for Panda Reserve Managers: Wolong Panda Reserve, June 2001; Tangjiahe Panda Reserve, May 2002

Innovations in Conservation Science, Department of Biology, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA, Fall 2000, Spring 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2008

Field Techniques in Conservation Biology; Department of Biology, University of Pennsylvania, Spring 1993-2000; Summer 2002; Spring 2003 - 2007

Wildlife Management Techniques, Ulaan Baator, Mongolia, October 1999; Tangjiahe, China, October 2001

IUCN Deer Specialist Group, Census and Survey Techniques for Tropical Deer Populations; Mata Grosso de Sol, Brazil, December 1998, November 1999, November 2000

Secondary School Teacher Training: Forest Ecology Module; Conservation and Research Center, Front Royal, VA, September 1998, June 1999, April 2000, June 2002, June 2003, June 2006, July 2007, 2008

GIS and Remote Sensing for Wildlife Managers; Conservation and Research Center, Front Royal, VA, June 1997, January 1998, September 1998, February 1999, December 1999, April 2000, December 2000

Monitoring Biodiversity in Protected Areas; Vietnam National Parks System, October/November 1996

Wildlife Management Techniques; Chatthin Wildlife Sanctuary, Myanmar,

January 1995

Short Course in Vegetation Monitoring; Conservation and Research Center,

Front Royal, VA, July 1995

Short Course in Bird Population Monitoring; Conservation and Research Center,

Front Royal, VA, September 1994, May 1995

Survey Techniques for Small Mammals; Mahazat As Said Sanctuary, Taif,

Saudi Arabia, February 1992

Mammalogy, Animal Behavior, Freshman Core Course; St. Lawrence University, Canton NY, September 1990 - May 1991.

Mammalogy, Cornell University; Ithaca NY, Autumn 1985

Mammalogy, Population Ecology; S.U.N.Y. Binghamton, NY, 1984 -1985.


GRADUATE STUDENT ADVISOR

Current

Megan Baker, Master’s, Virginia Tech University

Heather Lessig, Master’s, Virginia Tech University

Lui Fang, PhD, Peking University

Li Sheng, PhD, Peking University

Carrie O’Brien, Master’s, Utah State University

Andrew Trent, Master’s, Virginia Tech University


Past

Darl Fletcher, Master’s, University of Maryland

Kevin Koy, Master’s, George Mason University

Andre Gilles, Master’s, University of Kiel, Germany

Tyson Walker, Master’s, Virginia Commonwealth University

John Orrock, Master’s, Virginia Commonwealth University

Kim Korth, Master’s, Virginia Commonwealth University

Rhonda Houser, Master’s, Virginia Commonwealth University

Peter Leimgruber, Master’s, Christian-Albrechts-Universität, Germany

Peter Leimgruber, PhD, University of Oklahoma

Norm Bourg, PhD, University of Maryland

Salah Hakim, PhD, University of Montana

Jorge Vega, PhD, Virginia Tech University

Jim Rieger, SI Postdoctoral Fellowship


PRESENTATIONS AND LECTURES (LAST 6 YEARS)


2002

Society for Conservation Biology, Annual Meeting; Virginia Chapter Wildlife Society;

Wakefield High School; Rotary Club of Clarke County; National Zoo Panda Talks; University of Virginia; Warren County Garden Club; University of Peking; Fort Valley Conservation Club.


2003

National Zoo FONZ Lecture Series; George Mason University; Wildlife Conservation Society; University of Iowa; National Museum of Natural History; Smithsonian Associates; IUCN Eld’s Deer Study Group Annual Meeting;


2004

Maryland Birding Club, Annapolis; Society of Conservation Biology Annual Meting; Virginia Commonwealth University; Peking University; State University of New York at Binghamton, Pennsylvania State University at Millersville; National Zoo; National Park Service Research Forum; University of Maryland; College of William & Mary; American Society of Mammalogists Annual Meeting; IUCN Elds’ Deer Study Group Annual Meeting


2005

International Mammal Congress; Virginia Chapter The Wildlife Society; National Association of Science Teachers Annual Congress; Clarke County Board of Supervisors; Rotary Club, Clarke County; Clarke County High School; University of Virginia, Blandy Farm; Lions Club, Clarke County; Peking University; Sichuan Technical University; Rappahannock Conservation League.


2006

Peking University; State University of New York, School of Environmental Forestry, Syracuse; Capital Regions, National Park Service: University of Maryland; Virginia Commonwealth University; University of Virginia, Blandy Farm; International Deer Congress, Prague; Southeast Association of Wildlife and Fishery Agencies, Norfolk; IUCN Eld’s Deer Working Group, Phnom Penh


2007

Bucknell University; Appalachian Trail Conservancy Natural Bridge Club; Friends of the National Zoo; Kesetsart University, Thailand; Beijing University; Annual Meeting, The Wildlife Society.


2008

Warren County Library; World Leaders Symposium Tour (Rising Asian Powers); Eureka College, Illinois; Smithsonian Associates, Washington DC; IUCN Deer Specialist Group, Thailand; Peking University, China;

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