PhD 2013. University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ, Major: Wildlife Conservation & Management, Minor: Renewable Natural Resources, Dissertation: Spatiotemporal and phenological patterns of bird migration and the influence of climate and disturbance in the Madrean Sky Island Archipelago and American southwest.
MS 2007. Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA, Major: Wildlife Thesis: Ecological and Economic services provided by birds on Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee farms.
BA 1998. Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA, Multiple Major Program: Anthropology & Psychology
Fall 2013 – to date: Assistant Professor, Oregon Institute of Technology, Natural Sciences Dept., Klamath Falls, OR
Fall 2011: Lead-Teaching Associate - Ecology (ECOL302), University of Arizona, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology Dept., Tucson, AZ
Spring 2011: Graduate Teaching Associate - Intro Ecology & Evolutionary Biology (ECOL182L), University of Arizona, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology Dept., Tucson, AZ
Fall 2009 & 2010: Graduate Teaching Associate - Ecology (ECOL302), University of Arizona, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology Dept., Tucson, AZ
Spring 2007: Graduate Teaching Assistant - Ornithology (WDLF 365), Humboldt State University, Wildlife Dept., Arcata, CA
Fall 2006: Graduate Teaching Assistant - Wildlife Management & Research Techniques (WDLF 311), Humboldt State University, Wildlife Dept., Arcata, CA
Fall 2006: Tutor – Ecology of Wildlife Populations (WDLF 478), Humboldt State University, Learning Center, Tutorial Services
Fall 2005: Graduate Teaching Assistant – Advanced Ornithology Lab (WDLF465), Humboldt State University, Wildlife Dept., Arcata, CA
Fall 1999: Naturalist, Ferry Beach Ecology School, Saco, ME
08/19/2013 – to date: Science Coordinator, Crater Lake National Park – Science and Learning Center, Crater Lake National Park, OR
02/04/2013 – 08/30/2013: Wildlife Ecologist, USA National Phenology Network, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ
01/11/2012 – 12/20/2012: Graduate Research Associate, USA National Phenology Network, Tucson, AZ
08/2008 – 06/2011: Graduate Research Associate, School of Natural Resources & Environment, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ
05/2009 – o5/2010: STEP Biologist, US Forest Service, Coronado National Forest, Hereford, AZ
02/2008 - 05/2008: Biologist, US Fish & Wildlife Service, Humboldt Bay National Wildlife Refuge, CA
05/2007 - 08/2007: Biologist, Bureau of Reclamation, lower Colorado River, AZ and CA
05/2004 – 07/2008: Biological Contractor, Klamath Bird Observatory, Ashland, OR
08/2003 - 11/2003: Biologist – Abaco Parrot Project, North Carolina State University, Abaco, Bahamas
05/2002 - 07/2004: Crew leader, USFS Pacific Southwest Research Station, Redwood Sciences Laboratory, Arcata, CA
02/2002 - 04/2002: Biological Technician, Institute for Wildlife Studies, San Clamente Island, CA
01/2001 - 08/2001: Assistant Project Coordinator – Puaiohi Recovery Project, USGSPacific Islands Ecosystem Research Center, HI
02/2000 - 08/2000: Biological Technician, US Forest Service, Gila National Forest, Silver City, NM
05/1999 - 08/1999: Biological Technician, Institute for Bird Populations, Fremont National Forest, OR
01/1999 - 05/1999: Biological Technician – Puaiohi Recovery Project, USGS Pacific Islands Ecosystem Research Center, HI
07/1998 - 11/1998: Aviculture Intern, The Peregrine Fund, Keauhou Bird Conservation Center, HI
PUBLICATIONS *Represents undergraduate co-author, **represents graduate student co-author IN REVIEW O'Leary**, D., J.L. Kellermann, & C. Wayne. In Review. Snowmelt, spring phenology, and extended growing season in Crater Lake National Park.
Kellermann, J.L.In Review. Phenological synchrony of migratory and resident birds with oaks in eastern Oregon.
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 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
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 BiometeorologyDOI: 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 ConservationDOI: 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.
CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS (1st author) Kellermann, J.L., D. O'Leary**, C. Wayne. 2017. Snowmelt, phenology, and growing season length in Crater Lake National Park. Northwest Scientific Association Annual Meeting, Ashland, OR.
Kellermann, J.L., T.J. Rodhouse, J.C.B. Nesmith, & A. Chung-MacCoubrey. 2016. Initiating climate change scenario planning for whitebark pine and American pika. 7th Mountain Climate Conference, Leavenworth, WA.
Kellermann, J.L., J. Lajoie*, S. Mohren, & A. Robatcek*. 2014. Black-backed woodpecker occupancy and Mountain Pine Beetle disturbance at multiple scales: Crater Lake National Park, Oregon. American Ornithologist’s Union, Cooper Ornithological Society, Society of Canadian Ornithologists 2014 Joint Meeting, Estes Park, Colorado.
Kellermann, J.L., K.L. Gerst, & C.A.F. Enquist. 2013. When is the onset of a phenophase? Calculating phenological metrics from status monitoring data in the National Phenology Database. 98th Annual meeting of the Ecological Society of America, Minneapolis, MN.
Kellermann, J. L. and E. M. Wood (Symposium organizers) 2012. Tracking migratory stopover phenology: Climate change and the phenological synchrony of North American bird migration with seasonal resources. 5th North American Ornithological Conference, Vancouver, B.C., Canada. http://www.naoc-v2012.com/files/Kellermann.pdf
Kellermann, J.L. & C. van Riper III. 2012. Phenological synchrony, habitat breadth, and responses to climatic variation of bird migration in the Madrean Archipelago & American southwest. 5th North American Ornithological Conference, Vancouver, B.C., Canada.
Kellermann, J.L., D. Falk, & C. van Riper III. 2011. Migratory stopover habitat and landscape fire mosaics in Arizona’s Madrean Archipelago. 36th Annual Conference of Western Field Ornithologists, Sierra Vista, AZ, USA.
Kellermann, J.L. & C. van Riper III. 2010. (Invited) Spring migration phenology and plasticity of habitat use by Neotropical migratory birds across an elevational gradient within the Madrean Archipelago, AZ, USA 25th International Ornithological Congress, Campos do Jordao, Brazil.
Kellermann, J.L. & C. van Riper III. 2010. Temporal and spatial patterns of spring migration and plant phenology across large elevational gradients in the arid southwestern United States. COS/AOU/SCO 2010 Joint Meeting, San Diego, CA.
Kellermann, J.L. & M.D. Johnson. 2009. Avian Diversity across tropical agroecosystems of Jamaica. 79th Meeting of Cooper Ornithological Society. Tucson , AZ.
Kellermann, J. L., M.D. Johnson, A.M. Stercho, S. Hackett, & D. W. Robinson. 2008. (Invited) Pest Control as an incentive for Bird Conservation in coffee Plantations. 4th International Partners in Flight Conference, McAllen, TX.
Kellermann, J. L. 2008. (Invited) Potential effects of late season hunting on Aleutian Cackling Goose Distribution around Humboldt Bay. Humboldt Bay Symposium, Eureka, CA.
Kellermann, J.L., M.D. Johnson, & A.M. Stercho. 2007. Ecological services of birds on Jamaican coffee farms: An economic incentive for habitat conservation. The Wildlife Society, Western Section, Annual Conference, Monterrey, CA, USA.
Kellermann, J.L., M.D. Johnson, & A.M. Stercho. 2006. Neotropical insectivorous birds as pest control of the coffee berry-borer Hypothenemus hampeii on Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee farms. IV North American Ornithological Conference, Veracruz, Mexico. CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS (co- author) Gunning, A.* & J.L. Kellermann. 2017. Black-backed Woodpecker and Wood-boring Beetle Associations with post-fire burn severity following the National Creek Fire. Northwest Scientific Association Annual Meeting, Ashland, OR.
Rubenstein, M. & J. L. Kellermann. 2016. Phenological Overlap & Asynchrony in Migratory Birds as a Consequence of Climate Change. 6th North American Ornithological Conference, Washington D.C., USA.
Crimmins, T. M., J. Kellermann, and J. F. Weltzin. 2012. A bird's eye view of the USA National Phenology Network: Expanding the scale of phenological research in avian ecology. 5th North American Ornithological Conference, Vancouver, B.C., Canada.
Crimmins, T. M., J. F. Weltzin, and J. Kellermann. 2012. Anomalous Warm Spring of 2010 Advances Deciduous Forest Leaf-out: Application of the Nature’s Notebook Dataset and Visualization Analysis Tool. 97th Annual meeting of the Ecological Society of America, Portland, OR.
Johnson, M.D., B. Campos, J. Kellermann, S. Railsback, & V. Jirinec. 2010. Pest control services in coffee farms as a tool for bird and habitat conservation. 25th International Ornithological Congress, Campos do Jordao, Brazil.
Johnson, M.D., Campos**, B.R., Jirinec*, V., Kellermann, J.L., & Railsback, S.F. 2010. Spatial ecology of ecosystem services provided by birds. COS/AOU/SCO 2010 Joint Meeting, San Diego, CA.
M.D. Johnson, Kellermann, J.L., A.M. Stercho, R. Fowler, & D. Robinson. 2006. Can shade trees and birds help Jamaican coffee farmers with insect pests? 20th Annual meeting Society for Conservation Biology, San Jose, CA, USA.
Monahan W., J. L. Kellermann, E. J. Tweed, & B. L. Woodworth. 2003. Habitat shortage vs. life history feature incompatibility: Quantitative assessment of factors limiting numbers of a critically endangered Hawaiian solitaire. 5th Bay Area Conservation Biology Symposium.
Monahan W.B., J. L. Kellermann, E. J. Tweed, & B. L. Woodworth. 2002. Population consequences of life history features in an endemic and critically endangered Hawaiian Solitaire. 23rd International Ornithological Congress, Beijing, China.
Tweed, E.J., W.B. Monahan, J. Foster, J.L.Kellermann, & B.L. Woodworth. 2001. Behavior of a reintroduced population of captive-bred critically endangered Puaiohi. Society for Conservation Biology Conference, Hilo, HI.
GRANTS 2015 National Park Service Inventor & Monitoring - PI ($17,000) - Climate Change Scenario Planning 2013 Klamath Basin Audubon Society - Co-PI ($20,000) - Important Bird Area Research 2011 National Geographic, BioBlitz – Saguaro National Park ($2,000) 2010 Desert Southwest Cooperative Ecosystems Study Unit grant ($15,000) 2010 University of Arizona, Graduate and Professional Student Council Travel Grant ($500) 2010 International Ornithological Congress Travel Grant ($500) 2010 Grants for Conservation Biology Research, T&E Inc., NM ($2,000) 2009 Desert Southwest Cooperative Ecosystems Study Unit grant ($15,000) 2006 Conservation Trust, National Geographic Society, Co-investigator. ($22,000) 2006 USFWS Noetropical Migratory Bird grant, Investigator ($32,000)
AWARDS 2012-2013 Outstanding Dissertation Award, SNRE, University of Arizona 2007 James Koplin Award, Humboldt State University, CA 2005 Frank M. Chapman Award, American Museum of Natural History, NY ($2,000) 2005 Mewaldt-King Award, Cooper Ornithological Society, KS ($1,000) 2001 Dan Moriarty Award, Kilauea National Wildlife Refuge, HI ($2,000)