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JEFF BOWMAN
Curriculum Vitae
Research Scientist

Wildlife Research & Development Section

Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources

300 Water Street, 3rd Floor North,

Peterborough, ON, K9J 8M5, Canada


705-755-1555 (tel); 705-755-1559 (fax)

jeff.bowman@ontario.ca
Adjunct Professor

Watershed Ecosystems Graduate Program

Trent University
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EDUCATION
Ph.D., Biology, University of New Brunswick. 1996-2000

Dissertation title: The spatial structure of small-mammal

populations in a managed forest.

Advisors: Dr. G. J. Forbes, Prof. T. G. Dilworth


M.Sc., Biology, Laurentian University. 1994-1996

Thesis title: Two approaches to modeling marten, Martes americana, habitat suitability in northeastern Ontario.

Advisor: Dr. J.-F. Robitaille
B.Sc.(Honours), Biology, Queen’s University. 1988-1992

RESEARCH FUNDS AWARDED (since 2001 inclusive)
OMNR Climate Change Fund $15K

Impacts of climate change on terrestrial ecosystems



Jeff Bowman, 2006
NSERC Discovery Grant $10K x 5 yrs

Linking movement of individuals with population-level

responses to habitat fragmentation

Jeff Bowman, 2006 to 2010
Canadian Agreement Respecting Great Lakes Water Quality $134K total

Effects of mercury and PCBs on fish-eating furbearers



Jeff Bowman, 2004, 2005, 2006
Living Legacy Research Program $48.7K

Boreal wolverine: ecology of a threatened species



Justina Ray and 3 others, 2005
Forest Products Alliance of Canada $15K

Boreal wolverine: ecology of a threatened species



Justina Ray and 3 others, 2005
OMNR Species-at-Risk Fund $40K x 2 yrs

Ecology of wolverines in lowland boreal forest



Neil Dawson and 3 others, 2004, 2005
NSERC Discovery Grant $9K x 2 yrs

Linking movement of individuals with population-level

responses to habitat fragmentation

Jeff Bowman, 2003, 2004
OMNR Climate Change Fund $16.8K (2003)

Development of a novel technique for monitoring range contraction $17K (2004)

and expansion: a case study of northern and southern flying squirrels

Jeff Bowman and 3 others, 2003, 2004
OMNR Species-at-Risk Fund $34K (2003)

Habitat mapping project $19.7K (2004)



Bill Crins and 1 other
Living Legacy Trust $90K x 2 yrs

Landscape genetics as indicators of ecological integrity


Brad White and 3 others, 2002, 2003

Ontario Living Legacy Protection and Enhancement Fund $7.5K

Wild Turkey harvest database development

Jeff Bowman, 2002

Ontario Living Legacy Enhanced Fish and Wildlife Fund $15K

Landscape genetics of fishers in Ontario

Jeff Bowman, 2002

Parks Canada $2.5K

Literature review: ecology of foot-and-mouth disease

Jeff Bowman, 2001

Aquila Applied Ecologists $1.5K

Tree regression analysis of songbird habitat in western boreal forest

Jeff Bowman, 2001

Aquila Applied Ecologists $3K



Effects of human activity on loon productivity in Nova Scota

Jeff Bowman, 2001

PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS



Submitted
33. Bowman, J., and A. L. Tamlin. In review. The effect of sinus nematode infection on braincase volume and cranium shape in the mink. Journal of Mammalogy.
32. Bowman, J., A. G. Kidd, R. M. Gorman, and A. I. Schulte-Hostedde. In review. Declines of mink in continental North America. Ecological Applications.
31. Carr, D., J. Bowman, C. J. Kyle, S. M. Tully, E. Koen , J.-F. Robitaille, and P. J. Wilson. In review. Rapid homogenization of multiple sources: genetic structure of recolonizing fisher populations. Journal of Wildlife Management.
30. Carr, D., J. Bowman, and P. J. Wilson. In review. Density-dependent dispersal suggests a genetic measure of habitat suitability. Oikos.
29. Koen, E. L., J. Bowman, and C. S. Findlay. In review. Fisher survival in eastern Ontario estimated from radio telemetry. Journal of Wildlife Management.
28. Koen, E. L., J. Bowman, C. S. Findlay, and L. Zheng. In review. Home range and population density of fishers in eastern Ontario. Journal of Wildlife Management.
27. Lancaster, P. A., J. Bowman, and B. A. Pond. In review. Habitat gain and population recovery: fishers and forests in eastern North America. Forest Ecology and Management.
Published
26. Bowman, J., D. Donovan, and R. C. Rosatte. 2006. Numerical response of fishers to synchronous prey dynamics. Journal of Mammalogy 87: 480-484.
25. Bowman, J., G. L. Holloway, J. R. Malcolm, K. R. Middel, and P. J. Wilson. 2005. Northern range boundary dynamics of southern flying squirrels: evidence of an energetic bottleneck. Canadian Journal of Zoology 83: 1486-1494.
24. Bowman, J., and J.-F. Robitaille. 2005. An assessment of expert-based marten habitat models used for forest management in Ontario. Forestry Chronicle 81: 801-807.
23. Brittain, C. M., G. J. Forbes, and J. Bowman. 2005. Significance of Blarina brevicauda as a predator and source of trap-capture bias on small mammals. Journal of Mammalogy 86: 606-609.
22. Jaeger, J.A.G., J. Bowman, J. Brennan, L. Fahrig, D. Bert, J. Bouchard, N. Charbonneau, K. Frank, B. Gruber, and K. Tluk von Toschanowitz. 2005. When are animal populations at risk from roads? Ecological Modelling 185: 329-348.
21. Bowman, J. 2003. Is dispersal distance of birds proportional to territory size? Canadian Journal of Zoology. 81: 195-202.
20. Bowman, J., and L. Fahrig. 2002. Gap crossing by chipmunks: an experimental test of landscape connectivity. Canadian Journal of Zoology. 80: 1556-1561.
19. Bowman, J., J. A. G. Jaeger, and L. Fahrig. 2002. Dispersal distance of mammals is proportional to home range size. Ecology. 83: 2049-2055.
18. Bowman, J., N. Cappuccino, and L. Fahrig. 2002. Patch size and population density: the effect of immigration behavior. Conservation Ecology. 6(1): 9 [online] URL: http://www.consecol.org/vol6/iss1/art9.
17. Bowman, J., M. C. Wallace, W. B. Ballard, J. H. Brunjes IV, M. S. Miller, and J. M. Hellmann. 2002. Evaluation of two methods for attaching radio transmitters to turkey poults. Journal of Field Ornithology. 73: 276-280.
16. Sabine, D. L., S. F. Morrison, H. A. Whitlaw, W. B. Ballard, G. J. Forbes, and J. Bowman. 2002. Migration behavior patterns of white-tailed deer, Odocoileus virginianus, under variable climate regimes in New Brunswick. Journal of Wildlife Management. 66: 718-728.
15. Bowman, J., C. Corkum, and G. J. Forbes. 2001. Spatial scales of trapping in small-mammal research. Canadian Field-Naturalist. 115: 472-475.
14. Bowman, J., G. J. Forbes, and T. G. Dilworth. 2001. Spatial and temporal patterns of an irrupting population of deer mice. Journal of Mammalogy. 82: 567-572.
13. Bowman, J., G. J. Forbes, and T. G. Dilworth. 2001. The spatial component of variation in small-mammal abundance measured at three scales. Canadian Journal of Zoology. 79: 137-144.
12. Bowman, J., G. J. Forbes, and T. G. Dilworth. 2001. Landscape context and small-mammal abundance in a managed forest. Forest Ecology and Management. 140: 249-255.
11. Bowman, J., G. J. Forbes, and T. G. Dilworth. 2001. Distances moved by small woodland rodents within large trapping grids. Canadian Field-Naturalist. 115: 64-67.
10. Edwards, M. A., G. J. Forbes, and J. Bowman. 2001. Fractal dimension of ermine, Mustela erminea (Carnivora: Mustelidae), movement patterns as an indicator of resource use. Mammalia. 65: 220-225.
9. Sabine, D. L., W. B. Ballard, G. Forbes, J. Bowman, and H. Whitlaw. 2001. Use of mixedwood stands by wintering white-tailed deer in southern New Brunswick. The Forestry Chronicle. 77: 97-103.
8. Bowman, J. 2000. Forest components associated with parasitism of small mammals by botflies (Cuterebra). Mammalia. 64: 243-247.
7. Bowman, J., and R. M. Curran. 2000. Partial albinism in a red-backed vole, Clethrionomys gapperi, from New Brunswick. Northeastern Naturalist. 7(2): 181-182.
6. Bowman, J., G. Forbes, and T. Dilworth. 2000. The spatial scale of variability in small-mammal populations. Ecography. 23: 328-334.
5. Bowman, J., D. Sleep, G. Forbes, and M. Edwards. 2000. The association of small mammals with coarse woody debris at log and stand scales. Forest Ecology and Management. 129(1-3): 119-124.
4. Bowman, J., M. Edwards, L. S. Sheppard, and G. J. Forbes. 1999. Record distance for a non-homing movement by a deer mouse, Peromyscus maniculatus. Canadian Field-Naturalist. 113(2): 292-293.
3. Bowman, J. C. 1997. An arboreal encounter between a long-tailed weasel, Mustela frenata, and three red squirrels, Tamiasciurus hudsonicus. Canadian Field-Naturalist. 111(3): 480-481.
2. Bowman, J. C., and J.-F. Robitaille. 1997. Winter habitat use of American martens, Martes americana, within second-growth forests in Ontario, Canada. Wildlife Biology. 3(2): 97-105.

1. Bowman, J. C., J.-F. Robitaille, and W. R. Watt. 1996. Northeastern Ontario Forest Ecosystem Classification as a tool for managing marten habitat. The Forestry Chronicle. 72: 529-532.


BOOK CHAPTERS

Bowman, J. In review. Wild Turkey. Ontario Breeding Bird Atlas.



CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS (since 2001 exclusive)
21. Gunn, J.S., J. Bowman, and M.-A. Villard. The relative importance of spatial and environmental variation in songbird reproductive activity in a managed forest. Society of Conservation Biology, June 2006.
20. Bowman, J. Recovery of fishers, Martes pennanti, in eastern Canada. Annual Meeting of the American Society of Mammalogists, June 2006, Amherst, Mass.
19. Bowman, J., D. Carr, and P. J. Wilson. Using microsatellites to measure the quality of landscapes. 90th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, August 2005, Montreal, QC.
18. Bowman, J., F. N. Dawson, A. Magoun, and J. Ray. An assessment of methods for detecting wolverines in boreal forest. 1st International Wolverine Symposium, June 2005, Jokkmokk, Sweden.
17. Bowman, J., G. L. Holloway, J. R. Malcolm, K. R. Middel, and P. J. Wilson. Northern range boundary dynamics of southern flying squirrels: evidence of an energetic bottleneck. 44th Annual Canadian Society of Zoologists Conference, May 2005, Queen’s University, Kingston, ON.
16. Dawson, F. N., J. Bowman, A. Magoun, and J. C. Ray. Home range characteristics of wolverines in northwestern Ontario, Canada. 1st International Wolverine Symposium, June 2005, Jokkmokk, Sweden.
15. Dawson, F. N., J. C. Ray, A. Magoun, and J. Bowman. Historical changes in wolverine distribution in Ontario, Canada. 1st International Wolverine Symposium, June 2005, Jokkmokk, Sweden.
14. Magoun, A., F. N. Dawson, R. Klafki, J. Bowman, and J. C. Ray. A method for identifying individual wolverines using remote cameras. 1st International Wolverine Symposium, June 2005, Jokkmokk, Sweden.
13. Magoun, A., J. C. Ray, F. N. Dawson, and J. Bowman. An aerial survey technique for monitoring wolverine distribution and relative abundance over large areas. 1st International Wolverine Symposium, June 2005, Jokkmokk, Sweden.
12. Ray, J., F. N. Dawson, A. Magoun, and J. Bowman. Cultural relationship of northern trappers with wolverines: a case study from Ontario. 1st International Wolverine Symposium, June 2005, Jokkmokk, Sweden.
11. Ray, J. C., A. Magoun, F. N. Dawson, and J. Bowman. Wolverines at the southern limit of distribution in Ontario: preliminary results from 2005 aerial survey. 1st International Wolverine Symposium, June 2005, Jokkmokk, Sweden.
10. Bowman, J., P. J. Wilson, D. Carr, T. J. McEachen, J. R. Malcolm, and G. L. Holloway. Range boundary dynamics of fishers and flying squirrels. Parks Research Forum of Ontario. May 2004, Lakehead University, Thunder Bay, ON.
9. Bowman, J., D. Carr, C. S. Findlay, E. Koen, S. M. Tully, and P. J. Wilson. Demographic and genetic analysis of fisher population dynamics on Ontario. Canadian Society of Landscape Ecology and Management, August 2004, Wilfred Laurier University, Waterloo, ON.
8. Bowman, J., D. Carr, C. S. Findlay, E. Koen, S. M. Tully, and P. J. Wilson. Demographic and genetic analysis of fisher population dynamics on Ontario. The Wildlife Society Annual Meeting, September 2004, Calgary, AB.
7. Carr, D., J. Bowman, and P. J. Wilson. Genetic structure of a recolonizing fisher population in Ontario. 4th International Martes Symposium, July 2004, Lisbon, Portugal.
6. Dawson, F. N., A. Magoun, J. C. Ray, and J. Bowman. Winter home range and movements of wolverines in northwestern Ontario, Canada. The Wildlife Society Annual Meeting, September 2004, Calgary, AB.
5. Robitaille, J.-F., J. Bowman, and G. H. Parker. Fisher populations in Ontario: a temporal projection based on ecological trends. 4th International Martes Symposium, July 2004, Lisbon, Portugal.
4. Bowman, J., K. Bellamy, L. Bridges, M. Malhiot, B. Pollard, and B. Pond. Toward a model of the northern range limit of Wild Turkeys in Ontario. Northern Wild Turkey Workshop, January 2003, Bloomington, Minnesota.
3. Bowman, J. Dispersal distance of mammals is proportional to home range size. American Society of Mammalogists, June 2002, Lake Charles, Louisiana.
2. Bowman, J. Is dispersal distance of birds proportional to territory size? Ontario Ecology and Evolution Colloquium, April 2002, Kingston, Ontario.
1. Bowman, J., and L. Fahrig. Annual disturbance creates non-random spatial patterns in animal population density. Canadian Society of Zoologists, May 2001, Sudbury, Ontario.

SELECTED INVITED PRESENTATIONS (since 2001 inclusive)
7. Range boundary dynamics. Departmental Seminar Series, Biology Department, Saint Mary’s University, November 2005, Halifax, NS.
6. Range expansion of southern flying squirrels in Ontario. Latornell Conservation Symposium, November 2005, Alliston, ON.
5. Range boundary dynamics of fishers and flying squirrels. Ecolunch Seminar Series, Department of Zoology, University of Toronto, November 2004, Toronto, ON
4. Distribution, ecology, and genetics of flying squirrels in Ontario. Annual Ontario Species-at-Risk Conference, October 2004, Peterborough, ON.
3. Of fishers and flying squirrels. Departmental Seminar Series, Department of Biology, Laurentian University, March 2004, Sudbury, ON.
2. Fisher research in Ontario. Forestry and Furbearers Conference, Westwind Forest Stewardship, April 2003, Huntsville, ON.
1. Dispersal distance of mammals. Ecology Seminar Series, Department of Biology, Trent University, October 2001, Peterborough, ON.

GRADATE STUDENT SUPERVISION
Colin Garroway, Trent University, Ph.D student. Thesis entitled “Fragmentation and Allee effects on flying squirrels” (2006 to present).
Ryan Gorman, Trent University, M.Sc. student. Thesis entitled “Ecology and status of mink populations in Ontario” (2004 to present).
Tara McEachen, Trent University, M.Sc. student. Thesis entitled “Population genetics of northern and southern flying squirrels along a zone of sympatry” (co-supervised with Dr. Paul Wilson, 2003 to present).
Anne Kidd, Laurentian University, M.Sc. student. Thesis entitled “Genetic effects of ranch mink on wild mink populations” (co-supervised with Dr. Albrecht Schulte-Hostedde, 2005 to present).
Sue Tully, Trent University, M.Sc. student. Thesis entitled “Ecology of an untrapped fisher population in Algonquin Provincial Park” (defended 2006).
Denis Carr, Trent University, M.Sc. student. Thesis entitled “Genetic indicators of fisher population dynamics in Ontario” (co-supervised with Dr. Paul Wilson, defended 2005).

EDITORSHIPS
Associate Editor, Wildlife Society Bulletin, 2004 to 2006.

Associate Editor, The Journal of Wildlife Management, 2006 to present.

Guest Editor, Northeastern Naturalist, 2005.
JOURNAL AND GRANT REFEREE (since 2001 inclusive)
American Association for the Advancement of Science Canon Scholars Program

American Naturalist

Biological Conservation

Canadian Field-Naturalist

Canadian Journal of Forest Research

Canadian Journal of Zoology

Conservation Biology

Forestry Chronicle

Forest Ecology and Management

Journal of Animal Ecology

Journal of Field Ornithology

Journal of Mammalogy

Journal of Wildlife Management

Landscape Ecology

Ontario Living Legacy Trust

Mammal Community Dynamics in Western Coniferous Forests in North America


Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC)

National Science Foundation (NSF)

Northeastern Naturalist

Southwestern Naturalist



Wildlife Society Bulletin

3rd International Martes Symposium

4th International Martes Symposium



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