Biology

Joe Jacquot

Joe Jacquot, Ph.D.
Associate Professor.  Assistant Chair

Zoology; Mammalogy

Office: 221 Henry
Phone: (616) 331-3523
Email: jacquotj@gvsu.edu

 
Education:

Ph.D., Department of Zoology, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, 1999. Dissertation: Use of space and movement of two vole species in response to habitat quality.

M.S., Biology, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio, 1994. Master's thesis: Proximal factors influencing natal dispersal in Peromyscus leucopus.

B.S., Biology, Cum Laude, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio, 1991.

 

Courses taught at GVSU:

BIO 104 Biology for the 21st Century
BIO 412 Mammalogy
BIO 418 Natural History of Maine
BIO 418 Natural History of Florida
BIO 495 Evolutionary Biology

Florida 2004: Photo essay of Summer 2004 field course. COMING SOON!
Australia 2003: Photo essay of Summer 2003 International Field course.
Florida 2002: Photo essay of Summer 2002 field course.
Florida 2001: Photo essay of Summer 2001 field course.
The Maine Event: photo essay of a Summer 2000 field course.

Research Interests:

My research involves the behavior and ecology of small mammals. To date, my work has focused on how individuals use space in relation to habitat quality and resource distribution.

Recent Publications:
*Undergraduate student


Joseph J Jacquot and Amanda K Smith.  2009.  Rising above the conflict: Meadow jumping mice coexist with meadow voles through vertical habitat partitioning.

Katelyn I Schumacher, Rebecca A Norris, Joseph J Jacquot, and Bradley J Swanson.  2009.  Identifying hybrids of Peromyscus leucopus and P. maniculatus in Michigan using molecular genetics.

Haydon, J.P.*, Lincoln, J., G.K. Greer, P.R. Aldrich III, and J.J. Jacquot.  The response of native herbivores with the invasive Tree-of-Heaven.  In Prep.

Jacquot, J.J. and N.G. Solomon.  2004.  Experimental manipulation of territory occupancy: effects on immigration of female prairie voles.  Journal of Mammalogy 85:1009-1014.

Jacquot, J.J. and N.G. Solomon. In Press. Experimental manipulation of territory occupancy: effects on immigration of female prairie voles. Journal of Mammalogy.

Solomon, N.S. and J.J. Jacquot. 2002. Characteristics of resident and wandering prairie voles, Microtus ochrogaster. Canadian Journal of Zoology 80: 951-955.

Summerville, K.S., J.J. Jacquot and R.F. Stander. 1999. A checklist of the moths from Butler County, Ohio. Ohio Journal of Science 99: 66-76.

Jacquot, J.J. and S.H. Vessey. 1998. Recruitment of offspring as a function of parity and season in white-footed mice (Peromyscus leucopus). Journal of Mammalogy 79: 312-319.

 

Recent Posters and Presentations (*undergraduate students):
*
Undergraduate student

Sheila Miara, Norris, R., Larsen, A., Jacquot, J., and P. Keenlance. 2009. Impacts of Savannah Restoration on Small Mammal Density and Diversity in West Michigan. 16th Annual Wildlife Society Conference Student Work in Progress Poster Session, Monterey, CA

Paul Keenlance, Jacquot, J., Miara, S., and A. Larsen. 2009. Small Mammal Use of a Savannah Restoration Site in West Michigan. 70th Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Springfield, IL. 

J. Jacquot & R. Norris. 2008. Movement pathways of meadow jumping mice as revealed by powder-tracking. Annual Meeting of the American Society of Mammalogists, South Dakota State University at Brookings, SD.

J. Jacquot & J. Lopez.  2007
.  The response of native herbivores to the invasive Tree-of-Heaven, Ailanthus altissima.  American Society for Mammalogists annual meeting, University of New Mexico at Albuquerque, NM.

J. Haydon*, G. Greer, P. Aldrich III, & J. Jacquot.  2006.  Low doses of Tree-of-Heaven toxins do not affect rodent herbivory.  American Society for Mammalogists annual meeting, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, MA.

J. Haydon* & J. Jacquot.  2005.  Effects of Tree-of-Heaven toxins on rodent herbivory.  Annual research report meeting of Pierce Cedar Creek Institute, Hastings, MI.

J. Jacquot & J. Dutzy*. 2004. The effects of food supplementation on the movement and home range size of meadow voles. Michigan Academy of Science, Grand Valley State University, Grand Rapids, MI.

Dutzy, J.* and J. Jacquot. 2004. Do trap odors affect the probability of capturing meadow voles? Michigan Academy of Science, Grand Valley State University, Grand Rapids, MI.

J. Jacquot & J. Dutzy*. 2004. Effects of prior live trap occupancy on subsequent capture of meadow voles. American Society for Mammalogists annual meeting, Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA.

J. Jacquot & K. Makinen*. 2003. A review of home range analyses using radio telemetry data in mammalian studies. American Society for Mammalogists annual meeting, Texas Tech, Lubbock, TX.

Scientific & Professional Societies:

Sigma Xi
Michigan Academy of Science
Animal Behaviour Society
The American Society of Mammalogists

 

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