Abbreviated Curriculum Vita

CURRICULUM VITAE
PERSONAL HISTORY

Name: Gary David Grossman

Current Position: Professor

Current Address: Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources
University of Georgia, Athens, GA 30602

E-mail: grossman@uga.edu

Languages: Castillian Spanish (fluent), French (conversational)

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

B.S. in Conservation and Resource Studies; University of California, Berkeley, 8-75
Ph.D. in Animal Ecology and Limnology; University of California, Davis, 8-79.
Dissertation: Ecological and evolutionary adaptation in the bay goby (Lepidogobius lepidus):    behavior, demography and feeding.

PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES

American Fisheries Society, Ecological Society of America, Society for Conservation Biology, American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, Association Southeastern Biologists (Life  Member), Society for Freshwater Science

PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS

Professor, Warnell School of Forestry & Natural Resources, University of Georgia, Athens, GA 7-09 to present
Distinguished Research Professor, Warnell School of Forestry & Natural Resources, University of Georgia, Athens, GA 7-04 to 6-09
Professor, Warnell School of Forest Resources, University of Georgia, Athens, GA 7- 92 to 6-04
Associate Professor, Warnell School of Forest Resources, University of Georgia, Athens, GA 7-87 to 6-92
Assistant Professor, Warnell School of Forest Resources, University of Georgia, Athens, GA 7-81 to 6-87
Lecturer, 9-77 to 2-78, Department of Biological Sciences, California State University, Sacramento
Post Doctoral Researcher, 7-79 to 6-81, University of California, Davis
Lecturer, 1-80 to 6-80, Department of Biological Sciences, California State University, Sacramento
Curator of Fish Collection, 10-75 to 8-76, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo

COURSES INSTRUCTED

Community Ecology (Grad.), Population Ecology (Grad.), Fish Ecology (Undergrad/Grad.), Quantitative Approaches to Conservation Biology (Grad.), Fisheries Biology (Undergrad./Grad.), Ecology (Undergrad.), Biological Conservation (Undergrad.), Fisheries Management (Undergrad.), Graduate Seminar in Fish Ecology, Graduate Seminar in Community Ecology, Graduate Seminar in Stream Ecology.

CURRENT TEACHING RESPONSIBILITIES

Georgia Natural History (undergraduate non-major, 3 units, taught annually)
Animal Biodiversity & Conservation (graduate, 3 units, taught biannually)
Advanced Fish Ecology & Conservation (graduate, 3 units, taught biannually)The Natural Environment of Athens and Georgia (First Year Seminar, 1 unit, taught annually)

Undergraduate Honors Theses Supervised

Geoff Chilcote, 1998
James Roberts, 2001 (thesis published)
Carol Guy, 2002 (thesis published)
Matthew Slafkofsky, 2005
Sara Smiley, 2007
Zach Anglin 2010
Amos Tuck 2011
Rachel Hawes 2015

Popular Publications

The Jewfish and Me. 2015. https://medium.com/@garydavidgrossman/the-jewfish-and-me-99e34b6a6693#.5wl45gitf

Southern Gems. 2008. American Angler Magazine, March-April issue. p. 8-9.

Ask Dr. Trout – Columnist for American Angler Magazine (circulation 60,000+) 2008 – present.

Poetry

Tomatoes in late August. Mobius 9:25
Winter clouds. The Old Red Kimono: 24:45
Haiku. Brussels Sprout: 12:42
A Poem. In Your Face: 11:36
Uncried tears. Poetry Motel Wallpaper 1995 (1 page broadside)
Crab Apples. Midwest Poetry Review October 1995:11
Salt Marsh Congregations. Opus Literary Review Fall 1995:7
Dining on Tybee. Feh 19:23
Northern Sierra. The Acorn 11:35
Dancing in January. The Acorn 11:24
Personal Values. Feh 20: 52
Cabin Fever. Feh 20: 50
Chimney Swifts at Dusk. The Acorn 12:14
Beach Bugs. Feh 21: 3
Carpel Tunnel Syndrome. Feh: 21: 37
Kudzu in Clarke County. Night Roses: 15: 4
Carnivory. Blood and Fire Review: 1:4
Georgia Rain. Cotton Gin: Spring 1997: 6
October Rill. Cotton Gin: Spring 1997: 7
While Clouds Linger Over Dreams. Acorn 16:41
I Have Always Wondered. Pearl: Winter 1998:96
Athenian Tragedy. Lilliput Review: 90:13
A Cardinal in January. Blood and Fire Review 5:20.
6:35 am. Athens Parent Magazine: Holiday Issue 2002
Anna, Age Three and One-Half Takes an Interest in Fashion. Athens Parent Magazine: Jan. 2003.
Reflections on Painting the Kitchen. Athens Parent Magazine: August 2003
Nightnoises. Athens Parent Magazine:
Chimney swifts in Athens, GA. Truck http://halvard-johnson.blogspot.com/2013/10/chimney-swifts-in-athens-georgia-gary-d.html
Rolodex, Truck http://halvard-johnson.blogspot.com/2014/12/gary-d-grossman.html

PAPERS PRESENTED AT SCIENTIFIC MEETINGS (127 total)
INVITED LECTURES (53 total)
HONORS

1979 Honorable Mention, Best Student Paper Award Ecological Research Society, Sacramento, CA.

1981 George Wise Postdoctoral Fellowship, University of Tel Aviv (declined in order to accept position at University of Georgia).

1984 Best Student Paper (co-author with Joe Hightower) at Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society.

1986 Honorable Mention, Best Student Paper Award (co-author with Douglas Facey) at Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society.

1996 – Present
Listed in A Directory of American Poets and Fiction Writers, 1997-1998 edition.

1997 Honorable Mention, Best Student Paper Award (co-author) at Annual Meeting of Association of Southeastern Biologists.

2001 University Georgia Disability Services Outstanding Faculty Member of the Year

2004-2009 Distinguished Research Professorship, University Georgia

2009 Honorable Mention, Best Student Paper Award (co-author with Duncan Elkins) at Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society.

2010 Member, Center for Independent Experts, NOAA

2011 William Evans Fellowship, University of Otago, New Zealand

2014 Carl Sullivan Fishery Conservation award of the American Fisheries Society.

2015 Elected to the first class of Fellows, American Fisheries Society

RESEARCH GRANTS

1982-1983 Population dynamics of unexploited demersal fishes off Georgia. U.S. Dept. Commerce, N.O.A.A. Sea Grant Program, $36,700 PI.

1982-1987 Community regulation in stream fishes and its relation to forest land management. U.S.D.A., Forest Service, McIntyre-Stennis Program. $161,000 (formula funds).

1983-1984 Population dynamics of an unexploited tilefish (Lopholatilus chamaeleonticeps) stock off Georgia. U.S. Dept. Commerce, N.O.A.A. Sea Grant Program, $46,000 PI.

1984-1986 Population dynamics of an unexploited tilefish (Lopholatilus chamaeleonticeps) stock off Georgia. U.S. Dept. Commerce, N.O.A.A. Sea Grant Program, $79,900 PI.

1984 Microhabitat utilization in Spanish stream fishes. University of Georgia Faculty Research Grant, $7,500 PI.

1985-1988 Ecological-environmental relationships in some Rio Matarraña fish assemblages. With J. Nadal, Universidad de Barcelona. Joint U.S.-Spanish Committee for Scientific and Technological Cooperation (U.S. State Dept.), $180,000.

1985-1990 Long-term ecological research in forested watersheds at Coweeta Hydrologic Laboratory, North Carolina. With 15 co-principal investigators. National Science Foundation, $1,824,937.

1987-1988 The effects of rosyside dace (Clinostomus funduloides) on microhabitat use by rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri). U.S.D.A. Forest Service, $30,000 PI.

1987-1992 Community regulation in streams fishes and its relation to forest land management. U.S.D.A., Forest Service, McIntyre-Stennis Program. $195,000 (formula funds).

1988-1989 The effects of turbidity on foraging success of rainbow trout. U.S.D.A. Forest Service. $29,000 PI.

Replacement of Brook trout by rainbow trout in the Southeastern USA: a problem analysis. U.S.D.A. Forest Service, $10,000 PI.

1991-1996 Long-term studies of ecosystem response to disturbance along environmental gradients at Coweeta Hydrologic Laboratory. With 17 co-principal investigators. National Science Foundation. $3,100,000.

1992-1997 Community regulations in stream fishes and its relation to forest land management. U.S.D.A., Forest Service, McIntire-Stennis program. $227,600 (formula funds).

1996-2001 Long-term studies of disturbances as they affect ecological processes in landscapes of the southern Appalachians. With 32 co-principal investigators. National Science Foundation, $6,030,489.

1997-2002 The regulation of stream fish populations in a forested habitat. U.S.D.A., Forest Service, McIntire-Stennis program. $275,000 (formula funds) PI.

2002 A study on the use of hydroacoustic and biological surveying to assess fish populations in the Altamaha and MacKay Rivers. Georgia Sea Grant Program $10,000 (Co-PI- Daniela DiIorio)

2002 – 2007 Effects of trout stocking on native non-game fishes in Georgia. Georgia Dept. Natural Resources, Wildlife Resources Division. $138,408 PI.

2002 – 2008 Ecological consequences of Land Use change in the Southern Appalachian Mountains. With 32 co-principal investigators. With 32 co-principal investigators National Science Foundation, $6,600,000.

2002-2007 Habitat models for management and conservation of stream fishes in southern Appalachian forests. U.S. D.A., Forest Service, McIntire-Stennis program. $379,500 (formula funds) PI..
2003 Effects of Turbidity on Foraging Success of Native Upland Stream Fishes. U.S.E.P.A., Athens branch, $25,000 PI.

The effects of inter- vs. intraspecific aggression on the neuroendocrine stress axis. Drs. Matt Grober & Gary Grossman Co-PI’s, Center for Behavioral Neuroscience, Georgia State University, $30,000.

2007-2008 Effects of trout stocking on native non-game fishes in Georgia. Georgia Dept. Natural Resources, Wildlife Resources Division. $67,650 PI.

2008 Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology – Grant to support the research of Joana Martelo. $10,000 PI.

2008-2009 National resource condition assessment for Blue Ridge Parkway, Cumberland Gap National Historical Park, Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area, Kings Mountain National Military Park, Cowpens National Battlefield, and Ninety Six National Historical Site. $205,625 Co_PI.

2009 Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology – Grant to support the research of Joana Martelo. $10,000 PI.

2009-2011 National resource condition assessment for Gulf Islands National Seashore, Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve, Natches Trace Parkway, Shiloh National Military Park, and Vicksburg National Military Park. $265,000 Co_PI.

2014-2015 Multimodal Learning in Natural Resource Ecology. UGA Center for Teaching and Learning. $13,231 PI.

2014-2017 Development and testing of mechanistic fitness-based models to predict habitat choice, behavior and recruitment of Juvenile Chinook Salmon in the Arctic-Yukon, Kuskokwim Region. North Pacific Research Board, $495,282 PI.

Membership on Professional Committees

Estuarine Resource Committee, Southern Division, American Fisheries Society, 1985- 1987

Animal Care Committee, American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, 1987- 1988.

Board of Governors, American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, 1987-1990.

Publications Policy Committee, American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, 1987-1990.

Chair, subcommittee on Endowments, Long Range Planning and Finance Committee American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists 1991-1992

Chair, subcommittee on Life Membersips, Long Range Planning and Finance Committee American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists 1992-1993

Board of Governors, American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, 1991-1995.

Long-Range Planning and Finance Committee, American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, 1991-1994.

Submerged Timber Committee, Georgia DNR 2000-?

Science Advisory Committee, Smith Conservation Post-Doctoral Fellowships Program, The Nature Conservancy, 2002-2005.

Publications Overview Committee, American Fisheries Society, 2004-2006 member, 2005-6 chair

Aquatic Technical Working Group, member, for National Ecological Observatory Network 2011 – present

Editorial Responsibilities

Editor for ecology, ethology and environmental physiology, for Copeia (Journal of the American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists), August 1987 to October 1990.

Associate Editor for Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, September 1991- September 1993.

Board of Editors, Animal Biodiversity and Conservation, 2002-present.

Member of the editorial board of Copeia (Journal of the American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists) 1985-1987, 1991-1993.

Member of the editorial board of Ecology of Freshwater Fishes, June 1992-present.

Member of the editorial board of Freshwater Biology, August 1993-present.

Referee for the Following Journals

American Midland Naturalist, American Naturalist, Amphibia and Reptilia, Archiv fur Hydrobiologie, Aquatic Conservation, Aquatic Ecology, Aquatic Sciences, Biological Oceanography, Bulletin of Marine Science, Copeia, Ecography, Ecology, Ecological Applications, Ecosphere, Environmental Biology of Fishes, Fisheries, Fishery Bulletin,
Fisheries Research, Functional Ecology, Great Basin Naturalist, Hydrobiologia, Japanese Journal Ichthyology, Journal of Applied Ecology, Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, Journal of Fish Biology, Journal of Natural History, Journal of the North American Benthological Society, Marine Biology, Marine Ecology: Progress Series, Oecologia, National Geographic Society Journal Research and Exploration, New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research, Philos. Transactions of the Royal Society of London B, Northeastern Naturalist, Proceedings Fifth Congress European Ichthyology, Proceedings Georgia Water Resources Conference,
Southeastern Naturalist, Southwestern Naturalist, Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, Zoologica Sinica,
Grant Proposals Reviewed

National Geographic Society, National Science Foundation, National Sea Grant Program, National Environmental Research Council, Canada, National Environmental Research Council, United Kingdom, Cal-Fed Bay Delta Grant Program, Polish National Science Center

Review Teams

International

Served on the 2002 review panel by the French National Center for Scientific Research (i.e. French NSF) of the Laboratoire des hydrosystemes fluviaux at the University of Lyon, Lyon, France.

National

Served on the 1985 site review team for the Virginia Sea Grant Program

Served on the 1990, 1992 and 2001 external review panels for the Florida Sea Grant Program.

Served on the 2003 Review Panel for the Smith Post-Doctoral Fellows program, The Nature Conservancy

Served on the 2005 Technical Review Panels for the CALFED Basic Science Program

Served on the 2005 Grant Review Panel for USDI Grand Canyon Research Center

Served on the 2006 Technical Review Panel for the CALFED Ecosystem Restoration Program

Served on the 2010 SEDAR Review Panel for black grouper and red grouper.

Served on the 2010 Logic Chain Review Panel for California Delta Stewardship Council

Served on the 2011 Grant Review Panel California Delta Stewardship Council

Served 2011 to present on National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON), Aquatic Technical Working Group

Served on the National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON) team writing the fish sampling protocols for the 30+ national observatory sites.

External Evaluator for Promotion/Tenure

Associate Professor with tenure
Auburn University, Drexel University, Mississippi State University, Purdue University, State University New York, Stony Brook, Texas A&M University, University of Alaska, Fairbanks, University of California Davis, University of Maryland, University of South Florida, University of Florida, University of Oklahoma, Universite Paul Sabatier, France (HDR 2), Virginia Commonwealth University

Full Professor
Kansas State University, University of California Davis (2), University of California Santa Barbara, University of Hawaii, University of Mississippi, Mississippi State University, University of Oklahoma (2), University of Southern Mississippi, Texas State University,
Texas Technical University, Queen Mary College University of London (Distinguished Professor), Virginia Tech (Virginia Outstanding Professor Award)

Federal
U.S. Geological Survey-Coop Unit Program: Research Scientist GS 13 to GS 14

External Examiner for Foreign PhD Students
David Crook, PhD, Charles Sturt University, Australia
Nicholas Poulet, PhD, Universite Paul Sabatier, France
Eric Hansen, PhD, University of Otago, New Zealand
Shannon Crow, PhD, University of Otago, New Zealand
Craig Chargulaf, PhD, University of Queensland, Australia
Amelia Wenger, PhD, James Cook University, Queensland, Australia