Colorado Technical Assistance Activities
|Description and Agency||Provider(s)||Date|
Workshop on the comprehensive analysis of northern spotted owl demography data ("Northern Spotted Owl Demography Workshop".) Second workshop dealt with capture-recapture and fecundity and some covariates and habitat data.)
USFWS Wetlands and Trends project at the USFWS offices in LaCrosse, WI on the current update of the national monitoring plots that provided a status and trends reports to Congress for the period of 1997-2004.
Traveled to Oregon Wildlife Research Unit to discuss technical issues about statistical analysis of northern spotted owl data at their request.
Toured Horsetooth Reservoir near Ft. Collins, CO with CDOW biologist to evaluate ridges built by crews from Northern CO Water Conservancy District as part of first phase of habitat restoration project for reservoir. Bergersen is technical coordinator for project.
Stephen's kangaroo rat monitoring workshop for MCB Camp Pendleton.
San Clemente Island Fox Monitoring Planning Workshop
NSO Demography Workshop at Oregon State University to analyze most of the exisiting demography data on the Northern Spotted Owl. Summary analysis/report done every 5 years for future funding.
Oregon Cooperative Wildlife Unit
Mathematical Biosciences Institute Workshop 5: Uncertainty in Ecological Analysis (Ohio State University)
Invited participant on the six-member Scientific Peer Review Panel as part of the Pacific Pocket Mouse (PPM) Monitoring Worshop for Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton (MCBCP).
Invited participant in an international workshop "Protecting Apes from Eboloa" organized by the Max-Planck Institute for Anthropology (Germany)held at FWS HQ, Arlington,VA.
Invited panel member on the STAR panel at Southwest Fisheries Science Center (SWFSC) of the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) for stock assessment issues about two coastal pelagic species (Pacific mackerel & Paciifc sardine)
Southwest Fisheries Science Center; National Marine Fisheries Service
Invited expert, Technical Team for In-Water Monitoring of Loggerhead Sea Turtles, NOAA/National Marine Fisheries Service
NOAA / National Marine Fisheries Service
I was one of the organizers of the 5th Northern Spotted Owl Demography Workshop held at Oregon State University, January 9-18, 2009. I also participated as a senior analyst and helped draft the Studies in Avian Biology volume that resulted from this effort.
Northern Spotted Owl Effectiveness Monitoring Program
|Anderson, Anthony, Burnham||2008-01-01|
I was one of the organizers of the 4th Northern Spotted Owl Demography Workshop held at Oregon State University, January 4-11, 2004. I also participated as a junior analyst and helped draft the technical report and Wildlife Monograph that resulted from this effort.
Northern Spotted Owl Effectiveness Monitoring Program
|Anthony, Anderson, Burnham||2003-06-01|
Consulted with Colorado Parks and Wildlife on stream temperature standards
Colorado Parks and Wildlife
Consulted with Colorado Parks and Wildlife on Hydroacoustics assessment of pelagic fishes in Colorado
Colorado Parks and Wildlife
Consulted with Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment on ongoing management and implementation of temperature standards in Colorado Streams and Rivers
Colorado Department of Public Health and the Environment
CITES/MIKE "Mike Dung Count Task Force Meeting" held at USFWS HQ (Arlington, VA) sponsored by Division of International Conservation. This meeting initiated the formal establishment of standards (for MIKE sites that will use) for population surveys based on elephant dung count (line transects) surveys combined with decay rate studies and defecation studies. The ultimate result will be guidelines and protocols for design, implementation and field conduct of such studies in Central adn Western Africa, India and Southeast Asia.
CITES-MIKE TAG meeting. A variety of technical issues were dealt with for example how to interpret data, on illegal activities recorded by the enforcement patrols. Some sort of catch-per-unit-effort approach is needed, but what to use for "effort."
Avian Influenza Monitoring Committee met with scientists from Colorado State University, USDA-APHIS-NWRC,SMR (Surveillance, Monitoring and Research project), and Wildlife Services.
Attended a MIKE TAG meeting at the Frendham Ponds Hotel(near Farnham, England).
Attended TAG meeting in Windhoek, Namibia
Assisted Colorado Division of Wildlife biologist in drafting habitat restoration plan for Fort Collins City Park Lake.
Anthony, R., D. Anderson, K. Burnham, G. C. White, A. B. Franklin, and J. Nichols. Workshop on Analysis of Demographic Rates of Northern Spotted Owls. Oregon Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, Corvallis, Oregon (6-11 January 2004).
|Role - Description||Provider||Start Date||End Date|
|Graduate Degree Program in Ecology (GDPE)/Colorado State University - I am the elected government representative on the on the GDPE Executive Committee that helps govern the program at Colorado State University.||Winkelman||2017-08-01||Present|
|Warner College of Natural Resources Administrative Council - Administrative guidance and assistance to Dean John Hayes, Warner College of Natural Resources||Winkelman||2014-08-01||Present|
|Chair/Graduate Admissions Committee/ Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology/ Colorado State University - Responsible for admitting MS and PhD students into the department graduate program||Winkelman||2012-08-01||Present|
|Member/Graduate Admissions Committee/ Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology/ Colorado State University - Responsible for admitting MS and PhD students into the department graduate program||Winkelman||2003-08-01||2012-08-31|
|Chair/Graduate Research Committee/ Zoology/Oklahoma State University. - Responsible of admissions of MS and PhD students into graduate program||Winkelman||2001-09-01||2003-05-31|
|Member/Graduate Research Committee,/Zoology,/Oklahoma State University - Responsible of admitting MS and PhD students into graduate program. Responsible for graduate behavior and ethics.||Winkelman||1999-08-01||2001-09-30|
|Role and Organization||Individual||Start Date||End Date|
|Technical Advisor, Wind River Alliance, Ethete, WY||Bergersen||2001-12-01||2003-12-31|
|Technical Advisor, Colorado 4-H Sportfishing Program.||Bergersen||2001-09-01||2002-02-28|
|Member, interview panel for Fisheries Chief, Colorado Division of Wildlife||Bergersen||2002-12-01||2002-12-31|
|Member, interview panel for Fish Researcher Position, Colorado Division of Wildlife||Bergersen||2002-11-01||2002-11-30|
|Member, interview panel for Fish Health Biologist, Colorado Division of Wildlife||Bergersen||2001-10-01||2001-10-31|
|Member, interview panel for Aquatic Research Leader, Colorado Division of Wildlife, Denver, CO||Bergersen||2001-12-01||2001-12-31|
|Member, interview board for west region Senior Aquatic Biologist, Colorado Division of Wildlife||Bergersen||2002-12-01||2002-12-31|
|Member, interview board for Fish Pathologist, Aquatic Animal Health Laboratory, Colorado Division of Wildlife||Bergersen||2001-12-01||2001-12-31|
|Member, Great Plains Fishery Workers||Bergersen||2002-03-01||2003-02-28|
|Adhoc Member, Scientific Committee, International Whaling Commission||Burnham||2001-07-01||2001-07-31|
|WebSim completed and available for download from software section of the Unit web site starting July 10, 2001. (Currently, there are registered users in 45 countries around the world.)||Lukacs||2001-07-01|
|Volunteer host boater in C.A.S.T. (Cast a Special Thrill) Program for handicapped anglers at Horsetooth Reservoir, Fort Collins, CO. Sponsored the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation.||Bergersen||2001-07-14|
|Presented fish habitat management and whirling disease session at CSU Annual Wildlife Short Course||Bergersen||2002-03-01|
|Ken Burnham hosted Elliott Sober, Hans Reichenbach Professor and William F. Vilas Research Professor in the Department of Philosophy at the University of Wisconsin in Madison, at the Unit. He was invited to discuss his two areas of particular interest with students and faculty: (1) evolution and cladistics, and (2) the role of likelihood theory and AICA model selection in inference.||Burnham||2003-02-01|
|Hosted Dr. Tom Siks, Leslie Ries and James Battin, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, for discussions on statistical issues on bird and butterfly research||Burnham||2001-11-01|
|Fish Tracking and Underwater Sounds presented to Denver Chapter, Muskie, Inc.||Bergersen||2002-06-01|
|Eric Bergersen participated in the Horsetooth Reservoir Fish Habitat Enhancement Project Work Day and coordinated volunteer efforts to construct tree, rock and brush shelters.||Bergersen||2003-03-01|