Jherime Kellermann

Mt. Scott looking west Crater Lake
Jherime Kellermann

Jherime Kellermann, Associate Professor, Environmental Sciences Program Director

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For more details on the courses I teach, my research, Oregon Tech, or in regional science and conservation visit my personal website.

What I do

I teach a wide range of courses in ecology and biology.  My research focuses on the phenological responses of plants and animals to climate-driven environmental change including the synchrony of migratory birds with their habitat and the impacts of changing snowpack and snowmelt timing on moutain ecosystems.  I am also involved in sustainability issues, non-motorized recreational trail development, and human and public health.

Courses I teach

Wildlife Ecology & Research
Ornithology
Conservation Biology
Evolutionary Biology
Developmental Biology
Principles of Biology
Scientific Reasoning & Methodology
Methods in Environmental Sciences
Careers in Environmental Sciences

Education

PhD (2013) Wildlife Conservation & Management, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ

MS (2007) Wildlife, Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA

BA (1998) Multiple Major - Anthropology & Psychology, Penn State, University Park, PA

Publications

IN REVIEW

Cortés Montaño, C., J.L.Kellermann, P.Z. Fulé, & D.A. Falk. In Review. Thick-billed Parrot (Rhynchopsitta pachyrhyncha: Psittacidae) old-growth forest habitat associated with frequent fires in northwestern México

PUBLISHED

O'Leary, D., J.L. Kellermann,  & C. Wayne. 2018. Snowmelt, spring phenology, and extended growing season in Crater Lake National Park. International Journal of Biometeorology. DOI 10.1007/s00484-017-1449-3

Gerst, K.L., J.L. Kellermann, C.A.F. Enquist, A.H. Rosemartin, E.G. Denny. 2015. Estimating the onset of spring from a a complex phenology database: Tradeoffs across geographic scales. International Journal of Biometeorology DOI 10.1007/s00484-015-1036-4

Kellermann, J.L.
and C. van Riper III. 2015. Detecting mismatches of bird migration stopover and tree phenology in response to changing climate. Oecologia. DOI 10.1007/s00442-015-3293-7

Wood E. M. & J.L. Kellermann. Eds. 2015. Phenological synchrony of North American bird migration with seasonal resources in a changing climate. Studies in Avian Biology CRC Press, London.

Kellermann, J.L.
, C.A.F. Enquist, A. Rosemartin, D.L. Humple, N.E. Seavy, R. L. Cormier, and L. Barnett. 2015. A bird's eye view of the USA National Phenology Network: An off-the-shelf monitoring program. Studies in Avian Biology CRC Press, London p 47-60.

Kellermann, J.L. and C. van Riper III. 2015.Phenological synchrony of bird migration with tree flowering at desert riparian stopover sites. Studies in Avian Biology CRC Press, London p 133-144.

Enquist, C.A.F., J.L. Kellermann, K.L. Gerst, & A. Miller-Rushing. 2014. Phenology for resource management: connecting science to practice. International Journal of Biometeorology DOI: 10.1007/s00484-013-0772-6

Rosemartin, A.H., T.M. Crimmins, C.A.F. Enquist, K.L. Gerst, J.L. Kellermann, E.E. Posthumus, J. Weltzin, E.G. Denny, P. Guertin & L. Marsh. 2013. Organizing Phenological Data Resources to Inform Natural Resource Conservation. Biological Conservation DOI: 10.1016/j.biocon.2013.07.003

Johnson, M. D., J. L., Kellermann & A. M. Stercho. 2010. Pest reduction services by birds in shade and sun coffee in Jamaica. Animal Conservation 13: 140-147.

Johnson, M. D., N. J. Levy, J. L. Kellermann, & D. E. Robinson. 2009. Effects of shade and bird exclusion on arthropods and leaf damage on coffee farms in Jamaica’s Blue Mountains. Agroforestry Systems 76: 139-148.

Kellermann, J. L., M.D. Johnson, A.M. Stercho, & S. Hackett. 2008. Ecological and economic services of birds on Jamaican Blue mountain coffee farms. Conservation Biology 22: 177-1185.

Kellermann, J.L. & M.D. Johnson. 2006. Coffee-Friendly Birds: Can birds reduce pests in coffee? Biocontrol News & Information 27: 53N.

Tweed, E.J., J.T. Foster, B.L. Woodworth, W.B. Monahan, J. L. Kellermann, & A. Lieberman. 2006. Breeding biology and success of a reintroduced population of the Critically endangered Puaiohi. The Auk 123: 753-763.

Tweed, E.J., J.T. Foster, B.L. Woodworth, P. Oesterle, C. Kuehler, A. Lieberman, T.A. Powers, K. Whitaker, W.B. Monahan, J.L. Kellermann, & T. Telfer. 2003. Survival, dispersal, and home-range establishment of reintroduced captive-bred Puaiohi, Myadestes palmeri. Biological Conservation 111: 1-9.

REPORTS (peer-reviewed)

Kellermann, J.L., T.M. Crimmins, E.G. Denny, C.A.F. Enquist, K.L. Gerst, A.H. Rosemartin, and J.F. Weltzin. 2013. Nature's Notebook: 2012 State of the Data. USA‐NPN Technical Series 2013‐001 USGS IP-046270.

Kellermann, J.L., T.M. Crimmins, E.G. Denny, C.A.F. Enquist, R.L. Marsh, A.H. Rosemartin, J.F. Weltzin. 2012. Nature's Notebook: 2011 Data & Participant Summary. USA‐NPN Technical Series 2012‐001. USGS IP-038693.

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