Research Wildlife Biologist (Post-doctoral Fellow)
Phone: (928) 556-2182
Fax: (928) 556-2130
Rocky Mountain Station
Southwest Forest Science Complex
2500 South Pine Knoll Drive
Flagstaff, AZ 86001
- Ph.D., University of Georgia (Wildlife Ecology and Management), 2009
(Dissertation: Integrated demographic modeling and estimation of the central Georgia, USA, black bear population)
- M. S., University of Georgia (Statistics), 2009
(Thesis: Misidentification error in non-invasive genetic mark-recapture sampling: case study with the central Georgia black bear population)
- B. S., Purdue University (Ecology, Evolutionary, and Population Biology), 2002
(Honors Thesis: Modeling patterns of dispersal in banner-tailed kangaroo rats, Dipodomys spectabilis, using capture-recapture data with the multi-strata, robust design)
- Population and community dynamics
- Bayesian statistics and hierarchical models
- Mark-recapture models with ecological applications
- Cost-effective sampling designs
- Modeling genotyping error with genetic mark-recapture studies
- Wildlife genomics and bioinformatics
- Fire effects on bird and small mammal communities
- Wildlife genomics of greater sage-grouse
- Lifetime reproductive success of northern goshawks
- Sampling design for Mexican spotted owl
- Developing Bayesian statistical models for demographic parameter estimation with genetic studies
- Species richness and community dynamics of Neotropical migratory birds in the Arizona Sky Islands
Sanderlin, J.S., M.J. Conroy, N. Lazar, J. Nairn, J.P. Carroll, and L. Seymour. In preparation. Hierarchical model incorporating multiple data structures for estimating black bear abundance in central Georgia, USA.
Sanderlin, J.S., N. Lazar, M.J. Conroy, and J. Reeves. In preparation. Bayesian estimation of genotyping error with calibration samples.
Sanderlin, J.S., and W.M. Block. In preparation. Long-term post-wildfire effects on avian species richness in ponderosa pine forests.
Stan, A.B., P.Z. Fulé, K.B. Ireland, and J.S. Sanderlin. In review. Modern fire regime approximates historical fire regime in a forest on tribal lands.
Sanderlin, J.S., W.M. Block, and, J.L. Ganey. In review. Optimizing study design for multi-species avian monitoring programs.
Sanderlin, J.S., W.M. Block, J.L. Ganey, and J.M. Iniguez. In press. Preliminary assessment of species richness and avian community dynamics in the Madrean Sky Islands, Arizona. Merging science and management in a rapidly changing world: Biodiversity & Management of the Madrean Archipelago III. 2012 May 1-5; Tucson, AZ. Proceedings.
Sanderlin, J.S., N. Lazar, M.J. Conroy, and J. Reeves. 2012. Cost-efficient selection of a marker panel in genetic studies. Journal of Wildlife Management 76:88-94. (Optimal-Marker-Panel program)
Sanderlin, J.S., P.M. Waser, J.E. Hines, and J.D. Nichols. 2012. On valuing patches: estimating contributions to metapopulation growth with reverse-time capture-recapture modeling. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 279:480-488.
Sanderlin, J. Skvarla, B. Faircloth, B. Shamblin, and M. Conroy. 2009. Tetranucleotide microsatellite loci from the black bear (Ursus americanus). Molecular Ecology Resources 9:288-291.
Jangid, K., M. Williams, A. Franzleubbers, J. Sanderlin, J. Reeves, M. Jenkins, D. Endale, D. Coleman, W. Whitman. 2008. Relative impacts of land-use, management intensity and fertilization upon soil microbial communities in agricultural systems. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 40:2843-2853.
Skvarla, J., J. Nichols, J. Hines, and P. Waser. 2004. Modeling interpopulation dispersal by banner-tailed kangaroo rats. Ecology 85(10):2737-2746.