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Publications

  • Camann, M., K. Lamoncha and N. Gillette. 2012. Oribatid Mite Community Decline Two Years after Low-Intensity Burning in the Southern Cascade Range of California, USA. FORESTS 3: 959-985.

  • Gillette, N., K. Lamoncha, M. Camann and S. Mori. 2008. Response of forest soil Acari to prescribed fire following stand structure manipulation in the southern Cascade RangeThis article is one of a selection of papers from the Special Forum on Ecological Studies in Interior Ponderosa Pine  First Findings from Blacks Mountain Interdisciplinary Research. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 38: 956-968.

  • Camann, M., N. Gillette, K. Lamoncha and S. Mori. 2008. Response of forest soil Acari to prescribed fire following stand structure manipulation in the southern Cascade Range. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 38: 956-956.

  • Nieto, N., M. Camann, J. Foley and J. Reiss. 2007. Disease associated with integumentary and cloacal parasites in tadpoles of northern red-legged frog Rana aurora aurora. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms 78: 61-71.

  • Feral, D., M. Camann and H. Welsh. 2005. Dicamptodon tenebrosus larvae within hyporheic zones of intermittent streams in California. Herpetological Review 36: 26-27.

  • Camann, M. 1995. Spatially explicit, epidemiological modeling approaches to understanding insect behavior and insect-vertebrate competition at multiple spatial and temporal scales. Doctoral dissertation.

  • Camann, M. 1995. Spatially explicit, epidemiological modeling approaches to understanding insect behavior and insect-vertebrate competition at multiple spatial and temporal scales. .

  • BYRNE, A., M. CAMANN, T. CYR, E. CATTS and K. ESPELIE. 1995. Forensic Implications of Biochemical Differences Among Geographic Populations of the Black Blow Fly, "Phormia regina" (Meigen). Journal of Forensic Sciences 40: 372.

  • Byrne, A., M. Camann, T. Cyr, E. Catts and K. Espelie. 1995. Forensic Implications of Biochemical Differences Among Geographic Populations of the Black Blow Fly, Phormia regina (Meigen). Journal of Forensic Sciences 40: 372-377.

  • Layton, J., M. Camann and K. Espelie. 1994. Cuticular lipid profiles of queens, workers, and males of social waspPolistes metricus say are colony-specific. Journal of Chemical Ecology 20: 2307-2321.

  • SINGER, T., M. CAMANN and K. ESPELIE. 1992. DISCRIMINANT-ANALYSIS OF CUTICULAR HYDROCARBONS OF SOCIAL WASP POLISTES-EXCLAMANS VIERECK AND SURFACE HYDROCARBONS OF ITS NEST PAPER AND PEDICEL. Journal of Chemical Ecology 18: 785-797.

  • Singer, T., M. Camann and K. Espelie. 1992. Discriminant analysis of cuticular hydrocarbons of social waspPolistes exclamans viereck and surface hydrocarbons of its nest paper and pedicel. Journal of Chemical Ecology 18: 785-797.

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Educational Background

  • 1995 – PhD, University of Georgia, Athens, GA (Entomology)

  • 1989 – BS, George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia, USA (Biology)

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Positions & Honors

  • 2015 – President, HSU Chapter American Association of University Professors, Humboldt State University

  • 2015 – President, HSU Chapter California Faculty Association, Humboldt State University

  • 2008-present – Professor of Zoology, Humboldt State University

  • 2001-2008 – Associate Professor of Zoology, Humboldt State University

  • 1997-2001 – Assistant Professor of Zoology, Humboldt State University

  • 1995-1997 – Assistant Professor of Biology, Lebanon Valley College

  • 1995 – Postdoctoral Research Associate, University of Georgia

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