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Field Museum

Zoology Division

1400 S Lake Shore Dr

Chicago, IL60605

 +63 (947)7632999

danilo.balete@gmail.com

dbalete@fieldmuseum.org

dsbalete@mail.com

curriculum vitae

Danilo S. Balete

Education


    M.Sc. (Biological Sciences), University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A., 1995.

    B.Sc. (Zoology), University of the Philippines at Los Banos, Laguna, Philippines, 1988.



Professional experience


    Field Survey Leader, Philippine Mammal Project. Division of Mammals Field Museum, Chicago, Illinois. 2004 – present.

    Lecturer, Institute of Biology, University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City. November 2008 – April 2009.

    Consultant, Protected Area Specialist, UNDP Enabling Project on Assessment of the Capability Building Needs for Biodiversity of Concerned Sectors in Conservation and Management in the Philippines. DARUMA Technologies, Inc. San Juan, Metro Manila. October 2002 – May 2003.

    Consultant, Biodiversity Specialist, Preparation of Case Studies on “Community-Oriented Biodiversity Conservation in the Philippines: Initiatives and Impacts”. World Bank Office Manila. 12 August – 30 November 2002.

    Consultant, Wildlife Biologist, Philippine Ecosystem Profile and 3-Year Investment Strategy-Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund, ENR Consultants, Inc. June – August 2001.

Biodiversity Specialist, World Bank Technical Assistance for Improving Biodiversity Conservation in the Philippines Project, Nordic Agency for Development and Ecology (NORDECO), Copenhagen, Denmark. February 1996 – September 1998, October 1999 - December 2001.


Biodiversity Specialist, World Bank-GEF Conservation of Priority Protected Areas Program, Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) and NGOs for Integrated Protected Areas Inc., Quezon City, Philippines. October 1998 – September 1999.
Protected Area Design Specialist, World Bank-GEF Conservation of Priority Protected Areas Program, Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) and NGOs for Integrated Protected Areas, Inc., Quezon City, Philippines. October 1998 – September 1999.
Research Assistant, Division of Mammals, The Field Museum, Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A. September 1993 – October 1995.
Teaching Assistant, Genetics Laboratory (Mendelian and Molecular Genetics), Department of Biology, University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A. Spring 1995.
Assistant Instructor, Advanced Field Training in Philippine Vertebrate Diversity and Conservation Biology, Field Museum, Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A. July 1992 – August 1993.
Project Leader, Mount Isarog National Park Conservation Project, Haribon Foundation, San Juan, Philippines. February 1990 – June 1992.
Program Coordinator, Science and Research Development Program, Haribon Foundation, San Juan, Philippines. February 1990 – June 1992.
Research Assistant, Integrated Protected Areas System (IPAS) for the Philippines Project, Haribon Foundation, San Juan, Philippines. June – October 1989.
Research Assistant, Philippine Biological Diversity Survey and Action Plan Project, Haribon Foundation, San Juan, Philippines. November 1988 – May 1989.

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  1. Fernando, E. S. & D. S. Balete. 2013. Medinilla dallciana (Melastomataceae: Dissochaeteae), a new species from Luzon Island, Philippines. Philippine Journal of Science 142: 89–93.

  2. Heaney, L. R., D. S. Balete, P. Alviola, E. A. Rickart & M. Ruedi. 2012. Nyctalus plancyi and Falsistrellus petersi (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae) from northern Luzon, Philippines: ecology, phylogeny, and biogeographic implications. Acta Chiropterologica 14: 265–278.

  3. Balete, D.S., E.A. Rickart, L.R. Heaney, P.A. Alviola, M.V. Duya, M.R.M. Duya, T. Sosa & S.A. Jansa. 2012. Archboldomys (Muridae: Murinae) Reconsidered: A New Genus and Three New Species of Shrew-mice from Luzon Island, Philippines. American Museum Novitates 3754: 1–60.

  4. Heaney, L.R., D.S. Balete, E.A. Rickart, P.A. Alviola, M.R.M. Duya, M.V. Duya, M.J. Veluz & S. Steppan. 2011. Seven new species and a new subgenus of forest mice (Rodentia: Muridae: Apomys) from Luzon Island. Fieldiana: Life and Earth Sciences 2: 1–60.

  5. Balete, D.S., P.A. Alviola, M.R.M. Duya, M.V. Duya, L.R . Heaney & E.A. Rickart. 2011. The mammals of the Mingan Mountains, Luzon: Evidence for a new center of mammalian endemism. Fieldiana: Life and Earth Sciences 2: 75–87.

  6. Duya, M.R.M., M.V. Duya, P.A. Alviola, D.S. Balete & L.R. Heaney. 2011. Diversity of small mammals in montane and mossy forests on Mount Cetaceo, Cagayan Province, Luzon. Fieldiana: Life and Earth Sciences 2: 88–95.

  7. Sedlock, J.L., R.R. Ingle & D.S. Balete. 2011. Enhanced sampling of bat assemblages: a field test on Mount Banahaw, Luzon. Fieldiana: Life and Earth Sciences 2: 96–102.

  8. Barcelona, J.F., E.S. Fernando, D.L. Nickrent, D.S. Balete & P.B. Pelser. 2011. An amended description of Rafflesia leonardi and a revised key to Philippine Rafflesia (Rafflesiaceae). Phytotaxa 24: 11-18.

  9. Rickart, E.A., D.S. Balete, R. J. Rowe & L.R. Heaney. 2011. Mammals of the northern Philippines: tolerance for habitat disturbance and tolerance to invasive species in an endemic insular fauna. Diversity and Distributions (2011): 1–12.

  10. Rickart, E. A., L.R. Heaney, D.S. Balete & B.R. Tabaranza Jr. 2011. Small mammal diversity along an elevational gradient in northern Luzon, Philippines. Mammalian Biology 76:12–21.

  11. Balete, D.S., P.B. Pelser, D.L. Nickrent & J.F. Barcelona. 2010. Rafflesia verrucosa (Rafflesiaceae), a new species of small-flowered Rafflesia from Mindanao, Philippines. Phytotaxa 10: 49–57.

  12. Brown, R.M., C.W. Linkem, A.C. Diesmos, D.S. Balete, M.V. Duya & J. Ferner. 2010. Species boundaries in Philippine montane forest Sphenomorphus: three new species from the mountains of Luzon and clarification of the status of the poorly-known S. beyeri, S. knollmanae and S. laterimaculatus. Scientific Papers, Natural History Museum, University of Kansas 42:1–27.

  13. Heaney, L.R., M.L. Dolar, D.S. Balete, J.A. Esselstyn, E.A. Rickart, and J.L. Sedlock. 2010. Synopsis of Philippine Mammals. Field Museum website, http://www.fieldmuseum.org/philippine_mammals/

  14. Balete, D.S. 2010. Food and roosting habits of the lesser false vampire bat, Megaderma spasma, (Chiroptera: Megadermatidae) in a Philippine lowland forest. Asia Life Science, 4: 111–129.

  15. C.D. Siler, D.S. Balete, A.C. Diesmos & R.M. Brown. 2010. A New legless loam-swimming lizard (Reptilia: Squamata: Scincidae: Genus Brachymeles) from the Bicol Peninsula, Luzon Island, Philippines. Copeia 2010: 114–122.

  16. Heaney, L.R., D.S. Balete, E.A. Rickart, M. J. Veluz & S. Jansa. 2009. A new genus and species of small “tree mouse” (Rodentia, Muridae) related to the Philippine giant cloud rats. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, 331: 205– 229.

  17. Barcelona, J.F., L.L. Co, D.S. Balete & N.A. Bartolome. 2009. Rafflesia aurantia (Rafflesiaceae): a new species from northern Luzon, Philippines. Gardens’ Bulletin Singapore, 61: 17–27.

  18. Barcelona, J.F., P.B. Pelser, D.S. Balete & L.L. Co. 2009. Taxonomy, ecology, and conservation status of Philippine Rafflesia (Rafflesiaceae). Blumea, 54: 77–93.

  19. Balete, D.S., L.R. Heaney, M.J. Veluz & E.A. Rickart. 2009. Diversity patterns of small mammals in the Zambales Mts., Luzon, Philippines. Mammalian Biology, 74:456 – 466.

  20. Danielsen, F., N.D. Burgess, A. Balmford, P.F. Donald, M. Funder, J.P.G. Jones, P. Alviola, D.S. Balete, T. Blomley, J. Brashares, B. Child, M. Enghoff, J. Fjeldså, S. Holt, H. Hübertz, A.E. Jensen, P.M. Jensen, J. Massao, M.M. Mendoza, Y. Ngaga, M.K. Poulsen, R. Rueda, M. Sam, T. Skielboe, G. Stuart-Hill, E. Topp-Jørgensen & D. Yonten. 2009. Local participation in natural resource monitoring: a characterization of approaches. Conservation Biology, 23: 31 – 42.

  21. Balete, D.S., L.R. Heaney, E.A. Rickart, R.S. Quidlat & J.C. Ibanez. 2008. A new species of Batomys (Muridae: Murinae) from eastern Mindanao Island, Philippines. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, 121:411 – 428.

  22. Balete, D.S., E.A. Rickart, R.G.B. Rosell-Ambal, S. Jansa & L. R. Heaney. 2007. Description of two new species of Rhynchomys Thomas (Rodentia: Muridae: Murinae) from Luzon Island, Philippines. Journal of Mammalogy, 88:287 – 301.

  23. Rickart, E.A., D.S. Balete & L.R. Heaney. 2007. Habitat disturbance and the ecology of small mammals in the Philippines. Journal of Environmental Science and Management, 10: 34 – 41.

  24. Danielsen, F., M.M. Mendoza, A. Tagtag, P.A. Alviola, D.S. Balete, A.E. Jensen, M. Enghoff & M.K. Poulsen. 2007. Increasing conservation management action by involving local people in natural resource management. Ambio, 36:566 – 570.

  25. Duya, M.R.M., P.A. Alviola, M.V. Duya, D.S. Balete & L.R. Heaney. 2007. Report on a survey of mammals of the Sierra Madre Range, Luzon Island, Philippines. Banwa, 4(1): 41-68.

  26. Balete, D.S., R.S. Quidlat & J.C. Ibanez. 2006. Non-volant mammals of Mt. Hamiguitan, eastern Mindanao, Philippines. Banwa, 3(1 & 2):79 – 94.

  27. Balete, D.S., E.A. Rickart & L.R. Heaney. 2006. A new species of the shrew-mouse, Archboldomys (Rodentia: Muridae: Murinae), from the Philippines. Biodiversity and Systematics, 4:489 – 501.

  28. Heaney, L.R., B.R. Tabaranza Jr., E.A. Rickart, D.S. Balete & N.R. Ingle. 2006. The mammals of Mt. Kitanglad Nature Park, Mindanao, Philippines. Fieldiana: Zoology, new series, 112:1 – 63.

  29. Balete, D.S., B.R. Tabaranza & L.R. Heaney. 2006. An annotated checklist of the land birds of Camiguin Island, Philippines. In Heaney, L.R., ed. The mammals and birds of Camiguin Island, Philippines, a distinctive center of biodiversity. Fieldiana: Zoology, new series, 106:58 – 72.

  30. Heaney, L.R., B.R. Tabaranza, Jr., D.S. Balete & N. Rigiertas. 2006. Synopsis and biogeography of mammals of Camiguin Island, Philippines. In Heaney, L.R., ed. The mammals and birds of Camiguin Island, Philippines, a distinctive center of biodiversity. Fieldiana: Zoology, new series, 106:28 – 48.

  31. Danielsen, F., A.E. Jensen, P.A. Alviola, D.S. Balete, M.M. Mendoza, A. Tagtag, C. Custudio & M. Enghoff. 2005. Does monitoring matter? A quantitative assessment of management decisions from locally-based monitoring of protected areas. Biodiversity and Conservation, 14:2633 – 2652.

  32. Heaney, L.R., D.S. Balete, G.A. Gee, M.V. Lepiten-Tabao, E.A. Rickart & B.R. Tabaranza. 2005. Preliminary report on the mammals of Balbalasang, Kalinga Province, Luzon. Sylvatrop, 13:52 – 62.

  33. Danielsen, F., M.M. Mendoza, P.A. Alviola, D.S. Balete, M. Enghoff, M.K. Poulsen & A.E. Jensen. 2003. Biodiversity monitoring in developing countries: what are we trying to achieve? Oryx, 37:407 – 409.

  34. Danielsen, F., M.M. Mendoza, A. Tagtag, P.A. Alviola, D.S. Balete, M. Enghoff, M.K. Poulsen & A.E. Jensen. 2003. On participatory biodiversity monitoring and its applicability – a reply to Yoccoz et al.& Rodriguez. Oryx, 37:412

  35. Danielsen, F., D.S. Balete, M.K. Poulsen, M. Enghoff, C.M. Nozawa & A.E. Jensen. 2000. A simple system for monitoring biodiversity in protected areas of a developing country. Biodiversity Conservation, 9:1671 – 1705.

  36. Heaney, L.R., D.S. Balete, E.A. Rickart, R.C.B. Utzurrum & P.C. Gonzales. 1999. Mammalian diversity on Mount Isarog: a threatened center of endemism on Southern Luzon Island, Philippines. Fieldiana: Zoology, new series, 95:1 - 62.

  37. Rickart, E.A., L.R. Heaney, B.R. Tabaranza & D.S. Balete. 1998. A review of the genera Crunomys and Archboldomys (Rodentia: Muridae) with descriptions of two new species from the Philippines. Fieldiana, new series: 89: 1 – 24.

  38. Heaney, L.R., D.S. Balete, L. Dolar, et al. 1998. A synopsis of the mammalian fauna of the Philippine Islands. Fieldiana: Zoology, new series, 88:1 – 61.

  39. Balete, D.S. & L.R. Heaney. 1997. Density, biomass, and movement estimates for murid rodents in mossy forest on Mount Isarog, Southern Luzon, Philippines. Ecotropica, 3:91 – 100.

  40. Heaney, L.R., D.S. Balete & A. Dans. 1997. Mammals. Pp. 139 – 168. In Philippine Red Data Book: Red List of Threatened Animals. Wildlife Conservation Society of the Philippines, Inc., Bookmark, Makati City. 262 pp.

  41. Balete, D.S., L.R. Heaney & R. Crombie. 1995. First records of Hipposideros lekaguli Thonglongya and Hill 1974 from the Philippines. Asia Life Sciences, 4:89 – 94.

  42. Danielsen, F., D.S. Balete, T.D. Christensen, M. Heegard, O.F. Jakobsen, A. Jensen, T. Lund & M.K. Poulsen. 1994. Conservation of biological diversity in the Sierra Madre Mountains of Isabela and southern Cagayan Province, the Philippines. DENR-Birdlife International, Manila and DOF, Copenhagen. 146 pp.

  43. Balete, D.S., H.S. Miranda, L.R. Heaney & J.F. Rieger. 1992. Diversity and conservation of Philippine land vertebrates: an annotated bibliography. Silliman Journal, 36:129 – 149.

  44. Balete, D.S. & L. B. Holthuis. 1992. Notes on the cave shrimp Edoneus atheatus Holthuis, 1978, with an account of the type locality and habits (Decapoda, Caridea, Atyidae). Crustaceana, 62:98 – 101.

In press:

  1. Heaney, L. R., D. S. Balete, M. J. Veluz, S. J. Steppan, J. A. Esselstyn, A. W. Pfeiffer & E. A. Rickart. Two new species of Philippine forest mice (Apomys, Muridae, Rodentia) from Lubang and Luzon Islands, with a redescription of Apomys sacobianus Johnson, 1962. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington.

  2. Justiniano, R., J. J. Schenk, D. S. Balete, E. A. Rickart, J. A. Esselstyn, L. R. Heaney & S. J. Steppan. Testing diversification models of endemic Philippine forest mice (Apomys, subgenus Megapomys) with nuclear phylogenies across elevational gradients reveals repeated colonization of isolated mountain ranges. Journal of Biogeography.

  3. Rickart, E. A., L. R. Heaney, D. S. Balete, P. A. Alviola, M. R. M. Duya, M. V. Duya, G. Rosell-Ambal & J. L. Sedlock. The mammals of Mt. Natib, Bataan Province, Luzon, Philippines. National Museum of the Philippines Journal of Natural History, 1.

  4. Heaney, L. R., D. S. Balete, P. A. Alviola, M. R. M. Duya & E. A. Rickart. The mammals of Mt. Anacuao, Northeastern Luzon Island, Philippines: A test of predictions of Luzon small mammal diversity patterns. National Museum of the Philippines Journal of Natural History, 1.

  5. Balete, D.S., L. R. Heaney, P. A. Alviola & E. A. Rickart. Diversity and distribution of small mammals in the Bicol Volcanic Belt of Southeastern Luzon Island, Philippines. National Museum of the Philippines Journal of Natural History, 1.

  6. Balete, D. S., L. R. Heaney & E. A. Rickart. The mammals of Mt. Irid, Southern Sierra Madre, Luzon Island, Philippines. National Museum of the Philippines: Journal of Natural History, 1.

  7. Heaney, L.R., D.S. Balete, R.G.B. Rosell-Ambal, M.J. Veluz & E. A. Rickart. 2013b. The non-volant small mammals of Mt. Banahaw - San Cristobal National Park, Luzon, Philippines: Distribution and ecology of a highly endemic fauna. National Museum of the Philippines Journal of Natural History 1.

Publication:

Popular




  1. Heaney, L. R., & D. S. Balete. 2012. Discovering diversity: newly discovered mammals highlight areas of unique biodiversity in Luzon. Wildernews, 1:4-9.

  2. Heaney, L. R., D. S. Balete, J. Sarmiento & P. Alviola. 2006. Losing diversity and courting disaster: The mammals of Mt. Data National Park. Haring Ibon, 25:15 – 23.

  3. Balete, D. S., L. R. Heaney & J. Sarmiento. 2005. Zambales surprise: the mammals of Mt. Tapulao. Haring Ibon, 21:20 – 27.

  4. Heaney, L. R., D. S. Balete, E. A. Rickart, M. J. Veluz & J. Sarmiento. 2004. Welcome surprises from Mt. Banahaw. Haring Ibon, 17: 10 – 15.

  5. Heaney, L. R., D. S. Balete, G. A. Gee & E. A. Rickart. 2003. Remarkable rats of the Central Cordillera. Haring Ibon, 13:18 – 29.

Current and Past Professional Affiliation


Research Associate, Division of Mammals, The Field Museum, Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A., 2002 – present.

Research Associate, Zoology, The National Museum of the Philippines, Manila, Philippines, 2003 – present.

Member, National Wildlife Management Committee (NWMC), Dapertment of the Environment and Natural Resources (DENR), Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines, 2006 – present.

President, Laksambuhay Conservation, Inc. Quezon City, Philippines, February 2001 – 2009.

Member, Board of Directors – Asia Section, The Society for Conservation Biology, Arlington, VA, U.S.A., 2003 – 2006.

Member, Board of Directors, Wildlife Conservation Society of the Philippines, Quezon City, Philippines, 2001 – 2005.



Personal information

Date of birth: 03 August 1960 Place of birth: Bacacay, Albay

References

Dr. Lawrence R. Heaney Curator and Head Division of Mammals Field Museum of Natural History 1400 S. Lake Shore Drive Chicago, IL60605 U.S.A. E-mail: heaney@fieldmuseum.org

Dr. Eric A.. Rickart Curator of Vertebrates Division of Mammals Utah Museum of Natural History University of Utah 1390 E Presidents Circle Salt Lake, UT 84105 U.S.A. E-mail: rickart@umnh.utah.edu







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