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Karen Kellogg

Karen Kellogg

Contact Information:

Associate Professor Environmental Studies Program
Office: Dana 186  Phone: x5198 (off campus: 518-580-5198)
E-mail: kkellogg@skidmore.edu

Education:

The Pennsylvania State University, Ph.D. in Ecology with Conservation Biology option (1997).
Dissertation: Lake Malawi cichlid mating systems: Factors that influence mate selection.

University of Colorado, Boulder, Environmental, Population, and Organismic Biology Department (1992-1993).

University of Iowa, B.S. in Industrial Engineering (1988).

Recent Publications

Jordan, R., D. Howe, K. A. Kellogg, F. Juanes, J. R. Stauffer, Jr., and E. Garcia-Vasquez.  2008.  Small-scale morphological differentiation in a cichlid may provide clues about rapidly diversifying systems.  Afr. Jour. Ecol.  46(1):107-109.

Juanes, F., K. T. Lee, A. McKnight, and K. A. Kellogg.  2008.  Claw allometry in green crabs, Carcinus maenas: heterochely, handedness, and sex.  Marine Biol.  153, 523-528.

Kellogg, K. A., *R. J. Bailey, *A. Cock-Esteb, *N. S. Dodge, M. Ennis-McMillan, J. A. Halstead, *B. K. Nesbitt, K. K. Nichols, and R. C. Turner.  2008.  The Water Resources Initiative (WRI) at Skidmore College.  National Center for Science and Civic Engagement, Science Education for New Civic Engagements and Responsibilities.  March, 2008:6-7.  

Jordan, R., K. A. Kellogg, D. Howe, F. Juanes, J. R. Stauffer, Jr., and E. Loew.  2006.  Photopigment spectral absorbance of Lake Malawi cichlids.  Jour. Fish. Biol.  68, 1291-1299. 

Wallace, A., A. L. Barnes, M. C. Ennis-McMillan, and K. A. Kellogg.  2006.  The Water Resources Initiative at Skidmore College. <www.skidmore.edu/academics/env/wri>

Stauffer, J. R., Jr., K. A. Kellogg, and K. R. McKaye.  2005.  Experimental Evidence of Female Choice in Lake MalaĆ”i Cichlids.  Copeia.  2005(3), 657-660.

Gray, E. S., K. A. Kellogg, and J. R. Stauffer, Jr.  2005.  Habitat shift of a native darter (Teleostei: Percidae) in sympatry with a non-native darter.  Amer. Mid. Nat.  154, 166-177.

Jordan, R., K. A. Kellogg, F. Juanes, D. Howe, J. R. Stauffer, Jr., G. Losey, and E. Loew.  2004. Ultraviolet reflectivity in three species of Lake Malawi rock-dwelling cichlids.  Jour. Fish. Biol. 65, 876-882.

Jordan, R., K. A. Kellogg, F. Juanes, and J. R. Stauffer, Jr.  2003.  Evaluation of female mate choice cues in a group of Lake Malawimbuna (Cichlidae).  Copeia.  2003(1), 181-186.

Lee, K. T., A. McKnight, K. A. Kellogg, and F. Juanes.  2003.  Salinity tolerance in color phases of female green crabs, Carcinus maenas (L.).  Crustaceana.  76(2), 247-255.

Kellogg, K. A.  2002.  Food supplies for the river otter (Lontracanadensis) in North America. In: The River Otter Action Plan.  Species Survival Commission of the International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources.

Stauffer, J. R., Jr. and K. A. Kellogg.  2002.  Description of a new species in the Pseudotropheus williamsi complex from Lake Malawi, Africa.  Copeia.  2002(3), 146-151.

Jordan, R. C. and K. A. Kellogg.  2001.  Lake Malawi cichlid evolution and what stories females can tell.  Buntbarsche Bulletin.  April, 2001.

Kellogg, K. A., J. R. Stauffer, Jr., and K. R. McKaye.  2001.  Using cichlids to control parasitic diseases.  J. Aquar. & Aquat. Sci.  Vol. IX, 79-88.

Kellogg, K. A., J. R. Stauffer, Jr., and K. R. McKaye.  2000.  Characteristics that influence male reproductive success on a lek of Lethrinops c.f. parvidens (Teleostei:  Cichlidae).  Behav. Ecol. Sociobiol.  47(3):164-170.

*Indicates Skidmore College undergraduate co-authors.

Contributed Papers

Kellogg, K. A., M. C. Ennis-McMillan, C. A. Gibson, J. A. Halstead, K. A. Marsella, K. K. Nichols, and R. C. Turner.  2008.  "Water Resources Initiative (WRI) at Skidmore College." National Environmental Studies and Science Summit, Jonesboro, AR.

Ennis-McMillan, M. C., K. A. Kellogg, *A. Stafford, and *E. Black.  2008.  "Blessed with Water: Drinking Water Politics in Upstate New York."  American Anthropological Association Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA.

Kellogg, K. A., *R. Bailey, *A. Cock-Esteb, *N. S. Dodge, M. Ennis-McMillan, J. A. Halstead, *B. K. Nesbitt, K. K. Nichols, and R. C. Turner.  2008.  "The Water Resources Initiative (WRI) at Skidmore College."  National Center for Science and Civic Engagement, Science Education for New Civic Engagements and Responsibilities.  2008 Washington Symposium, Washington, D.C.

Ennis-McMillan, M. C. and K. A. Kellogg.  2008.  "Ethnoecology of Aquatic Invasive Species: Perspectives from Upstate New York."  Society for Applied Anthropology, Memphis, TN.

Ennis-McMillan, M.C., K. A. Kellogg, *M. Bergen, and *L. Wohl-Pollack.  2007.  "Ethnoecology of Aquatic Invasive Species: Conflicting views from Saratoga Lake, New York."  Annual Meetings of the Northeastern Anthropological Association, Ithaca, NY.

Jordan, R., K. A. Kellogg, F. Juanes, J. R. Stauffer, Jr., and E. Loew.  2003.  "Ultraviolet reflectivity and mate choice in a group of Lake Malawi mbuna (Cichlidae)."  Annual Meeting of the American Society of Icthyologists and Herpetologists, Manaus, Amazonas, Brazil.

Jordan, R., K. A. Kellogg, F. Juanes, J. R. Stauffer, Jr., and E. Loew.  2002.  "Variation along a depth gradient of a Lake Malawi cichlid."  Annual Meeting of the American Society of Icthyologists and Herpetologists, Kansas City, Missouri.

Jordan, R., E. Loew, F. Juanes, K. Kellogg, and K. R. Stauffer, Jr.  2001.  "Photopigment sensitivity across taxa in Lake Malawi cichlids."  Annual Meeting of the American Society of Icthyologists and Herpetologists, Penn State University, University Park, PA.

Jordan, R., K. A. Kellogg, F. Juanes, and J. R. Stauffer, Jr.  2000.  "An evaluation of female mate choice cues in a group of Lake Malawi mbuna."  Annual Meeting of the American Society of Icthyologists and Herpetologists, Baja, Mexico.

Lee, K. T., A. McKnight, K. Kellogg, and F. Juanes.  2000.  "Distribution and salinity tolerance of red and green color phases of female green crabs, Carcinus maenas."  Annual Meeting of Benthic Ecology, UNC, Wilmington.

*Indicates Skidmore College undergraduate co-authors.

 

 

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