CV

APJonathan J. Calede, Ph.D.

Visiting Assistant Professor
Department of Biology
Bucknell University
Lewisburg, PA
jjmc001@bucknell.edu

https://jonathancalede.wordpress.com

For a complete copy of my CV, please contact me.

EDUCATION

Ph.D. University of Washington: Department of Biology, Seattle, WA, 2015 (expected)
Advanced to candidacy: March 2012. Advisor: Dr. Gregory P. Wilson.

M.S. University of Oregon: Department of Geological Sciences, Eugene, OR, Masters of Science, Spring 2010.

Systematics and Paleoecology of Northern Great Basin Mylagaulidae (Mammalia: Rodentia). Samantha Hopkins (chair), Gregory Retallack, Madonna Moss. Access to thesis

B.S. Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1 (UFR Sciences de la Terre (Earth Sciences), Villeurbanne, France): Licence de Sciences de la Terre et de l’Environnement mention Geosciences fondamentales (Bachelor of Science, Earth and Environmental Sciences, Fundamental Geosciences), Spring 2008.

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Oligocene and Miocene mammalian paleoecology and taphonomy; Rocky Mountain and Great Basin paleontology; Fossorial small mammals; Systematics, morphology, evolution and paleoecology of mylagaulids (Rodentia: Mylagaulidae), moles (Eulipotyphla: Talpidae), palaeocastorine beavers (Rodentia: Castoridae), and entoptychine gophers (Rodentia: Entoptychinae); Paleoecology of small mammals; Community paleoecology; Drivers of mammalian evolution.

EMPLOYMENT

Curatorial Assistant, Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture, Vertebrate Paleontology Division, Seattle, WA: Summer 2012, Summer 2013, Summer 2014

Teaching Assistant, Department of Biology, University of Washington, Seattle, WA: Fall 2011, Winter 2012, Spring 2012, Fall 2012, Winter 2013, Spring 2013, Fall 2013, Winter 2014, Spring 2014

Research Assistant, Department of Biology, University of Washington, Seattle, WA: Spring 2011, Summer 2011

Teaching Assistant, Department of Geological Sciences, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR: Fall 2008, Spring 2009, Winter 2010

Research Assistant, Department of Geological Sciences, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR: Summer 2009, Fall 2009

Curatorial Assistant, Museum of Natural and Cultural History, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR: Winter 2009, Summer 2009

PUBLICATIONS

Calede, J. 2014. Skeletal morphology of Palaeocastor peninsulatus (Rodentia, Castoridae) from the Fort Logan Formation of Montana (Early Arikareean): ontogenetic and paleoecological interpretations. Journal of Mammalian Evolution 21: 223-241. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10914-013-9231-8

Calede, J. 2012. Biogeography and endemism in Arikareean faunas (North America, 30-18.8 Ma). Electronic Journal of Applied Multivariate Statistics 4:12–22.

Davis, E. B., and Calede, J. 2012. Multivariate analysis of Hemphillian (Late Miocene) and recent antilocaprid astragali indicates little divergence between Ilingoceros and Sphenophalos in the Thousand Creek Formation, Nevada. Paleontologia Electronica 15.1.1A. http://palaeo-electronica.org/content/pdfs/260.pdf

 Calede, J., and Hopkins, S.S.B. 2012. New material of Alphagaulus pristinus (Mammalia: Rodentia: Mylagaulidae) from the Deep River Formation (Montana, USA): implications for ecology, ontogeny, and phylogeny. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 32:151–165. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/02724634.2012.634356

 Calede J., and S.S.B. Hopkins. 2012. Intraspecific versus interspecific variation in Miocene Great Basin mylagaulids: implications for evolutionary history. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 164:427–450. doi: 10.1111/j.1096-3642.2011.00765.x

 Calede, J., S.S.B., Hopkins, E.B., Davis. 2011. Turnover in burrowing rodents: the role of competition and habitat change. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 311:242–255. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.palaeo.2011.09.002

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

Presented posters or talks at: SVP 2008-2013; Terqua 2013; ESA 2012; OAS 2009-2010; SICB 2010; GSA 2009; Coauthors on 3 other presentations.

 

INVITED PRESENTATIONS

Guest Speaker, North Seattle Lapidary and Mineral Club, Spring 2014

Guest Speaker, Science on Tap, Winter 2014

Guest Speaker, University of Montana Department of Geosciences, Fall 2011

Guest Lecturer, BIOL 443, Evolution of Mammals, UW Biology, Spring 2011

Invited Lecturer, Northwest Paleontological Society, Spring 2011

 

FUNDING, AWARDS, HONORS AND SCOLARSHIPS

Evolving Earth Foundation, 2014

Northwest Scientific Association, 2014

American Philosophical Society Lewis and Clark Grant, 2013

Tobacco Root Geological Society Scholarship, 2013

Vertebrate Paleontology Graduate Fellowship, UWBM Vertebrate Paleontology Division, 2012

Fieldwork funding, UWBM Vertebrate Paleontology Division, 2012

Grant-in-Aid of Research, Sigma Xi, 2012

Graduate Student Research Grant, Geological Society of America, 2012

Sargent Award, University of Washington, Department of Biology, Spring 2011, Fall 2012

Chair’s Research Assistantship Award, University of Washington, Department of Biology, Fall 2010, Winter 2011

SVP Field Conference Scholarship, Society of Vertebrate Paleontology, Spring 2010

Ewart Baldwin Fellowship, University of Oregon, Department of Geological Sciences, 2009, 2010

Weiser Scholarship, University of Oregon, Department of Geological Sciences, Spring 2010

Kenneth E. and Annie Caster Student Research Award, The Paleontological Society, 2009, 2013

Society of Vertebrate Paleontology Student Travel Grant, 2008

James Stovall Fellowship Award, University of Oregon, Department of Geological Sciences, 2008

National Society of Collegiate Scholars, since 2008

Dean’s List, University of Oregon, College of Arts and Sciences, Fall 2007, Winter 2008.

Explo’ra sup scholarship to study abroad at the University of Oregon, 2007 – 2008

 

TEACHING

University of Washington

BIOL 452, Vertebrate Biology (Dr. Karen Petersen)

BIOL 453, Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy (Dr. Karen Petersen)

BIOL 354, Fundamentals of Systematics and Evolution (Dr. Gregory Wilson)

BIOL 443, Evolution of Mammals (Dr. Gregory Wilson)

BIOL 453, Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy (Dr. Karen Petersen)

BIOL 453, Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy (Dr. Christian Sidor)

University of Oregon

GEOL 410, Principles of Paleontology (Dr. Samantha Hopkins)

GEOL 305, Dinosaurs (Dr. Edward Davis)

GEOL 318, Introduction to Field Methods (Dr. Rebecca Dorsey)

 

FIELD EXPERIENCE

John Day Basin: volunteer for the National Park Services (Dr. Josh Samuels): collecting specimens and data on geological context. Summer 2012

Cabbage Patch Beds, Montana (with field assistants and collaborators): Collecting specimens and data on geological context, relocating localities, locating new ones. Summer 2012, Summer 2013, Summer 2014.

Renova Formation, Montana (with Dr. P. David Polly): collecting specimens and data on geological context. Spring 2012

Granger, Washington (with Dr. Gregory Wilson): collecting specimens and data on geological context. Spring 2012

Cabbage Patch Beds, Montana (with Dr. Donald Rasmussen, Kallie Moore): Collecting specimens and data on geological context, relocating localities, locating new ones. Summer 2011

Ringold Formation, Washington (Dr. Gregory Wilson, Ronald Eng): collecting specimens and data on geological context, relocating localities, locating new ones. Spring 2011, Summer 2012

Juntura Basin, Eastern Oregon (Dr. Edward Davis and Dr. Samantha Hopkins): collecting specimens and data on geological context, relocating localities of J. Arnold Shotwell. Fall 2010.

John Day Basin (Dr. Samantha Hopkins and Dr. Joshua Samuels): collecting specimens. Spring 2010.

John Day Basin: volunteer, National Park Service, Paleobotany and Vertebrate Paleontology collecting, (Chris Schierup and Liz Lovelock). Summer 2009.

John Day Basin and Oregon Coast: collaborative work with the National Park Services and the University of California, Berkeley (Dr. Jere Lipps, Dr. Edward Davis, Dr. Samantha Hopkins, and Dr. Ted Fremd): surveying the different formations represented in the John Day Basin, collecting specimens and data on geological context, relocating localities of the University of California Museum of Paleontology on the coast. Spring 2009

Klamath Mountains and Oregon Coast (Dr. Gregory Retallack): collecting plant specimens and data on geological context. Winter 2009

Oregon Coast (Dr. Samantha Hopkins and Dr. Edward Davis): relocating UO localities, surveying of geology and paleontology, collecting invertebrate and vertebrate specimens. Winter 2009.

Juntura Basin, Eastern Oregon (Dr. Edward Davis and Dr. Samantha Hopkins): collecting specimens and data on geological context, relocating localities of J. Arnold Shotwell. Fall 2009.

John Day Basin, Oregon (Dr. Edward Davis, Dr. Samantha Hopkins, and Dr. Gregory Retallack): collecting specimens, geological context, field paleopedology. Spring 2008.

Oregon Coast (Dr. Gregory Retallack): collecting of invertebrate specimens, stratigraphic context. Winter 2008.

Loulle, France: Dinosaur tracks (Dr. Pierre Hantzpergue and Dr. Jean-Michel Mazin): excavation of tracks, molding of tracks, biometry. Summer 2007, Summer 2008.

 

PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT

UW, Dept. of Biology, Science Positive Blog Post (12/11/2012)

Discoveries in Geosciences Field School (Dr. Gregory Wilson, Lauren Berg): Development, editing, and formatting of lesson plans and activities in geosciences for middle school classes (Spring 2012). Instructor during the field school (Summer 2013)

UWBM: Graduate Student tours (Spring 2012)

UW, Dept. of Biology: Math Day (Winter 2012)

UW, Dept. of Biology: National Lab Day (Spring 2011)

UWBM: Dino Day (Winter 2011, Winter 2012, Winter 2013, Winter 2014)

UWBM: After Hours at the Burke (Winter 2011, Spring 2011, Winter 2012, Winter 2014)

UWBM: Behind the Scenes (Winter 2011, Summer 2011, Winter 2012, Spring 2012, Summer 2012, Winter 2013, Winter 2014)

UWBM: Meet the Mammals (Fall 2010, Fall 2011, Fall 2012, Fall 2013)

UWBM: Ice Age Day (Fall 2010)

UOMNCH: ID-day (2008, 2009)

UOMNCH: Family-day (2009, 2010)

UOMNCH Museum summer camp outreach (summer 2009)

Museum interpreter, University of Oregon Museum of Natural and Cultural History (UOMNCH)

 

REFERENCES [Available upon request]