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					                                   CURRICULUM VITA

                                 Dr. Marianne V. Moore
                                   Wellesley College
                  Department of Biological Sciences, 106 Central Street,
                               Wellesley, MA 02481-8203
                        Ph: (781)283-3098 FAX: (781)283-3642
                                mmoore@wellesley.edu

Education:
  1986 Ph.D. Aquatic Ecology, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH
  1977 M.S. Animal Ecology, Iowa State University, Ames, IA
  1975 B.A. Biology, Colorado College, Colorado Springs, CO

Employment:
1997-2011      Associate Professor, Wellesley College, Dept. of Biological Sciences
2002           Medical leave
1999           Faculty Fellow, Ecosystems Center, Marine Biological Lab, Woods Hole, MA
1988-1996      Assistant Professor, Wellesley College, Dept. of Biological Sciences
1991-1992      Visiting Research Professor, Dept. Biological Sciences, Dartmouth College.
1986-88        Postdoctoral Fellow, Miami University, Zoology Department
1981-86        Graduate Teaching Assistant, Dartmouth College, Dept. Biological Sciences
1979-80        Research Associate, Iowa State University. Co-directed Iowa Lake Survey.
1977-78        Fulbright research fellow, University of Canterbury, New Zealand.
1975-1977      Research Assistant, Iowa State University, Animal Ecology Dept.

Research Interests: Aquatic ecology; lake food web dynamics; zooplankton ecology

Selected Publications (Total= 29):
   *student coauthor

Katz, S.L., S.E. Hampton, L.R. Izmestʼeva, and M.V. Moore. 2011. Influence
     of long-distance climate teleconnection on seasonality of water temperature
     in the worldʼs largest lake - Lake Baikal, Siberia. PLoS ONE 6(2): e14688.
     doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0014688
Moore, M.V., S.E. Hampton, L.R. Izmestʼeva, E.A. Silow, E.V. Peshkova, and B.
    Pavlov. 2009. Climate change and the worldʼs ʻSacred Seaʼ – Lake Baikal,
    Siberia. BioScience 59:405-417.
Hampton SE, L.R. Izmestʼeva, M.V. Moore, SL Katz, B Dennis, EA Silow. 2008.
     Sixty years of environmental change in the worldʼs largest freshwater lake –
     Lake Baikal, Siberia. Global Change Biology 14:1947-1958.
Izmestʼeva, L.R., M.V. Moore, and S.E. Hampton. 2006. Seasonal dynamics of
       common phytoplankton in Lake Baikal. Proceedings of Samara RAS
       (Russian Academy of Sciences) Scientific Centre. 8(3):191-196.
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Moore, M.V., S.J. Kohler, and M.Cheers*. 2006. Artificial light at night in
      freshwater habitats and its potential ecological effects. Pages 365-384. In C.
      Rich and T. Longcore [eds.], Ecological Consequences of Artificial Night
      Lighting. Island Press, Washington, D.C., USA.
Jung*, J., C. Hojnowski*, H. Jenkins*, A. Ortiz*, C. Brinkley*, L. Cadish*, A.
      Evans*, P. Kissinger*, L. Ordal*, S. Osipova*, A. Smith*, B. Vredeveld*, T.
      Hodge, S. Kohler, N. Rodenhouse, and M. Moore. 2004. Diel vertical
      migration of zooplankton in Lake Baikal and its relationship to body size.
      Pages 131-140. In A.I. Smirnov and L.R. Izmest'eva, editors. Ecosystems
      and Natural Resources of Mountain Regions. "Nauka", Novosibirsk, Russia.
Moore, M.V., S.M. Pierce*, H.M. Walsh*, S.K. Kvalvik*, and J.D. Lim*. 2001.
      Urban light pollution alters the diel vertical migration of Daphnia.
      Proceedings of the International Association of Theoretical and Applied
      Limnology. 27:779-782.
Folt, C.L., C.Y. Chen, M.V. Moore and J. Burnaford*. 1999. Synergism and
        antagonism among multiple stressors. Limnology and Oceanography.
        44:864-877.
Moore, M.V., M.L. Pace, J.R. Mather, P.S. Murdoch, R.W. Howarth, C.Y. Chen,
        P.A. Flebbe, C.L., Folt, H.F. Hemond, and C.T. Driscoll. 1997. Potential
        effects of climate change on freshwater ecosystems of the New
        England/MidAtlantic region. Hydrological Processes 11:925-947.
Moore, M.V. and C.L. Folt. 1993. Zooplankton body size and community structure:
        effects of thermal and toxicant stress. Trends in Ecology and Evolution
        8:178-183.
Moore, M.V. 1988. Density-dependent predation of early instar Chaoborus
        feeding on multi-species prey assemblages. Limnology and
        Oceanography. 33:258-270.

Media Coverage of Research (2008-2011):
--Interviewed for “Family Science Project Yields Surprising Data About a Siberian
      Lake”, New York Times, 6 May, 2008. Article highlights work published by
      my Russian-U.S. team showing how Lake Baikal is warming rapidly and the
      base of the food web is changing in ways consistent with this warming.
--Interviewed by major wire services (i.e., Reuters and Bloomberg Press) and
      subsequently quoted in numerous newspapers and websites from around
      the world (e.g., Wall Street Journal, Russia Today, Moscow Times, various
      newspapers from China, India, Japan, website of U.S. National Science
      Foundation, Discovery Channel, etc.) regarding the work described above.
      (May, 2008).
--Filmed and interviewed at a US Congressional briefing in Washington, D.C. for
      a documentary film titled “City Dark” about the excessive lighting of US
      cities. I was one of four invited panelists who spoke at this briefing. I spoke
      about my research and that of others exploring ecological effects of light
      pollution. (July, 2008)
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--Assisted two filmmakers planning a science documentary focusing on the
      research of my Russian-American team. Film project ended with the 2008
      recession.
--National Science Foundation (NSF) features research of my US-Russian team
      (Global Change Biology, Hampton et al. 2008) in a story that is ranked
      among the top 10 science news stories in 2008 for NSFʼs website. January,
      2009.
--Results of BioScience paper (Moore et al. 2009) featured on CNNʼs website.
      May 1, 2009. http://www.cnn.com/2009/TECH/science/05/01/eco.lakebaikal/
--Results of BioScience paper (Moore et al. 2009) described in various Asian
      newspapers (e.g., Russian, Indian and Pakistani newspapers, ThaiIndian
      News website, etc.). May 1-5, 2009.
--National Science Foundation features results of BioScience paper (Moore et al.
      2009) on their website. May 1, 2009.
      http://www.nsf.gov/news/news_summ.jsp?cntn_id=114761&org=NSF
--Interviewed on Boston radio station (WBZ) about climate change research and
      Lake Baikal. Broadcast May 9, 2009. Interviewed in response to
      BioScience paper (Moore et al. 2009).
--National Science Foundation features the role of Wellesley College in the recent
      research of my US-Russian team in NSFʼs 2010 budget request to the U.S.
      Congress. May 20, 2009.
--Interviewed and featured in article in Boston Globeʼs West edition about climate
      change and Lake Baikal. May 24, 2009.
--Interviewed and quoted for online article at LiveScience (Fox News website)
      about ʻice ringsʼ on L. Baikal detected by astronauts on International Space
      Station. 1 June, 2009.
      (http://www.livescience.com/strangenews/090601-ice-circles.html)
--Interviewed by Danish journalist about ice rings on L. Baikal (June 24, 2009).
--Interviewed by journalist from EARTH, an earth sciences magazine of the
      American Geological Institute (www.agiweb.org), for a published article
      about the ice rings on Lake Baikal. (June 30, 2009)
--National Science Foundation features work of my US-Russian team (Hampton
      et al. 2008; Moore et al. 2009) in the July, 2009 issue of their monthly
      newsletter, Current. http://www.nsf.gov/news/newsletter/
--Results of BioScience paper (Moore et al. 2009) described in Science. (Parfitt,
      T. 2009. Diving into the Sacred Sea. Science 324:1382. DOI:
      10.1126/science.324_1382b).
--Filmed and interviewed at Lake Baikal for short film titled “Through the Climate
      Lens: Siberiaʼs Lake Baikal” by Candice Sly, British independent filmmaker.
      Film describes effects of contemporary climate change on Lake Baikal
      region. Film released December, 2010. http://vimeo.com/17527545
--Interviewed about the recent research of my US-Russian team at L. Baikal for
      article published in Audubon magazine. September, 2009. (Boyd Norton,
      author; http://audubonmagazine.org/journal/journal0911.html).
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--Interviewed by documentary filmmaker about L. Baikal and climate change for
      film series proposal about Great Lakes of the world. November, 2009 (Anna
      Belle Peevey, Kikim Media, Menlo Park, CA).
--Interviewed by science correspondent from Der Spiegel (ONLINE) and quoted
      in article about ice circles on Lake Baikal. January, 2010. (Axel Bojanowski,
      Hamburg, Germany). Published Feb 3, 2010.
      http://www.spiegel.de/wissenschaft/natur/0,1518,674932,00.html
--Filmed and interviewed with my summer research students for a video
      promoting science at Wellesley College. June 2010.
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-lOZwFSmzXc
--Principal USA science advisor for an IMAX film project focusing on Lake Baikal
      and freshwater conservation. Project sponsored in part by the
      Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) and World Wildlife Fund (WWF).
      February 2011 – ongoing.

External Grants (2007-11):
“The 60-year data set of plankton dynamics in Lake Baikal: Examining facets of
    the jewel of Siberia”. $36,030. Working Group Proposal, National Center
    for Ecological Analysis & Synthesis, UC-Santa Barbara. Jan, 2006- Jan,
    2007. Funded three meetings of Russian & US scientists for analyzing
    long-term Russian data for Lake Baikal.
DIMENSIONS OF BIODIVERSITY, Collaborative Research: Lake Baikal
    responses to global change: the role of genetic, functional and taxonomic
    diversity in the plankton”. $441,541 is Wellesley College portion of
    proposal. US National Science Foundation. Sept, 2011 – Sept, 2014. Co-
    authored with 4 other collaborators.

Internal Grants (2007-11):
“Spatial-temporal analyses of aquatic organisms in the worldʼs largest lake –
     Lake Baikal, Siberia”. $6000. Strategic Investment in Teaching & Research
     (SIRT) Award, Wellesley College. November 2006 - December 2011.
     Funding student assistants, travel, and spatial analysis training for work on
     the circumBaikal data set.
 “Potential effects of contemporary climate change on Lake Baikal, Siberia.”
     $1174. Spring, 2008. Faculty Award for additional travel funds enabling
     participation at the annual meeting of Advancing Science of Limnology &
     Oceanography (ASLO) in St. Johnʼs Newfoundland, June 8-13, 2008.
“Lake Baikal Workshop”. $2000. Fall, 2008. Fiske Award (Biology Dept) funded
     participation of my Russian colleague, Dr. Lyubov Izmestʼeva, in a workshop
     I organized for Russian and American scientists. We outlined manuscripts
     and planned proposals for funding future collaborations of Russian and
     American scientists and students.
“Supplemental Funding for Lake Baikal Workshop”. $1648. Fall, 2008.
     Brachman-Hoffman Small Grant (Wellesley College). Funded my
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      participation (travel, lodging) in the “Lake Baikal Workshop” (January 2009)
      and the participation of a student interpreter.
“Climate Change and the Worldʼs Sacred Sea”. $2100. Spring, 2009. Funded
      page charges and production costs of Bioscience paper (Moore et al. 2009).
 “Curriculum Development Proposal for ES/RAS 212 Lake Baikal: The Soul of
      Siberia”. $2251. Spring, 2009. Funded purchase of new satellite phone for
      emergency communication and web postings during field portion of “Lake
      Baikal course”.
Grant from Committee on Lecture and Cultural Events (CLCE) to help fund
      Douglas Lecture, Fall, 2009. $1285. I hosted Marina Rikhvanova, an
      environmental activist from the Russian Federation. Coauthored with Jay
      Turner, Environmental Studies.
“The Russians are Coming: Request Interpreter to Assist Summer Research
      Students from Irkutsk, Siberia”. $3,800. Spring, 2010. Brachman-Hoffman
      Small Grant. Funded Wellesley student fluent in Russian who acted as an
      interpreter for the Russian students participating in Wellesley Collegeʼs
      summer research program.
“Interpreter to Assist Summer Research Students from Irkutsk, Siberia, Summer
      2011”. $3,220. Brachman-Hoffman Small Grant. Funding a Wellesley
      College student who will participate for 7 weeks in the Wellesley Summer
      Research Program while translating for two Russian students also
      participating in the same program.
Faculty Award, $697. Spring, 2011. Supplementary Conference Travel Request
      enabling me to deliver keynote address and invited plenary lecture, Annual
      meeting International Association for Great Lakes Research, June 2011.

Conference Participation and Invited Talks (2007-2011):
(*Wellesley College student; **Irkutsk State University student)

Moore, M.V. 2007. "Sixty Years of Environmental Change at Lake Baikal:
   Tarnishing the Pearl of Siberia?", Biology Department & Great Lakes
   Research Center, Buffalo State-SUNY (This lecture was part of a "Women
   in Science" series at Buffalo State). November 2007. Invited talk.
Moore, M.V. 2007. "Sixty Years of Environmental Change in the Sacred Sea of
   Siberia", Dept of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Tufts University.
   December, 2007. Invited talk.
Moore, M.V. 2007. "Climate Change and the ʻSacred Seaʼ of Siberia", invited
   talk, Dept of Environmental, Earth, and Ocean Sciences, UMass-Boston.
   December, 2007. Invited talk.
Moore, M.V., L.R. Izmestʼeva, E.A. Silow, S.E. Hampton, E.V. Peshkova, and
   B.K.Pavlov. 2007. “Synergistic effects of climate change and anthropogenic
   stressors on Lake Baikal, Siberia”. XXX Congress of the International
   Society of Limnology. Montreal, Canada. August, 2007.
Moore, M.V. 2008. “Ecological Consequences of Artificial Night Lighting”, US
   Congressional briefing (Senate side), Washington, DC. July 24, 2008.
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     Invited talk.
Moore, M.V., S.E. Hampton and L.R. Izmestʼeva. 2008. Potential effects of
     contemporary climate change on Lake Baikal, Siberia. Annual meeting of
     Advancing the Science of Limnology & Oceanography (ASLO), St. Johnʼs
     Newfoundland. June 2008.
Moore, M.V. 2008. Session chair (moderator) for Special Symposium: Global
     Change Effects on Aquatic Ecosystems, Annual meeting of ASLO, St.
     Johnʼs Newfoundland. June 2008.
Hampton, S.E., L.R. Izmestʼeva, M.V. Moore, S.L. Katz. 2008. Long-term
     warming and food web reorganization in the worldʼs largest freshwater lake
     – L. Baikal, Siberia. Annual meeting of ASLO, St. Johnʼs Newfoundland.
     June, 2008.
Hughes, J.E., M.V. Moore, M. Timofeyev, M. Protopopova, *K. Lucey, *M.
    Zamora, and *A. Yip. 2008. Species richness and abundance of benthic
    macro-scavengers along a depth gradient in L. Baikal, Siberia. Annual
    meeting of ASLO, St. Johnʼs Newfoundland. June, 2008. (Poster
    presentation; presented by M.V. Moore)
Izmestʼeva, L.R., M.V. Moore, and S.E. Hampton. 2008. Climate change and
     phytoplankton community structure in Lake Baikal, Siberia. Climate-Lakes
     Conference at Lake Tahoe. Conference sponsored by Advancing the
     Science of Limnology & Oceanography (ASLO) and the American
     Geophysical Union (AGU). September, 2008. (Poster presentation written
     and presented by M.V. Moore)
Hampton, S.E., M.V. Moore, L.R. Izmestʼeva, and S.L. Katz. 2008. Long-term
     warming and deepening summer phytoplankton distribution in Lake Baikal,
     Siberia. Climate-Lakes Conference at Lake Tahoe. Conference sponsored
     by ASLO and AGU. (Poster presentation). September, 2008.
Moore, M.V. 2008. “Protecting Sherborn's Rarest Asset: Farm Pond”,
     Conservation Connections: Town of Sherborn, MA. October, 2008. Invited
     talk.
Katz, S.L., S.E. Hampton, L.R. Izmestʼeva, and M.V. Moore. 2008. Long-
     distance climate teleconnection deciphered through non-stationary long-
     term environmental data from Lake Baikal, Siberia. Annual meeting of
     American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, CA. December 2008. (Poster
     presentation).
Moore, M.V. 2009. “Climate Change and the ʻSacred Seaʼ of Siberia”, Dept of
     Fisheries & Wildlife, University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri. February
     27, 2009. Invited talk.
Moore, M.V. 2009. “Artificial Night Lighting and its Potential Effects Nearshore
     and Offshore in Lakes“. Water quality course for advanced undergraduates
     and graduate students. University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri.
     February 27, 2009. Invited talk.
Moore, M.V. 2009. “Tales from Siberia: Climate Change and the Worldʼs Largest
     Lake”, Dept of Biological Sciences, Utica College, Utica, NY. April 20, 2009.
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    Invited talk.
Moore, M.V. 2009. “Artificial Night Lighting and Lakes”, Lake Sunapee Protection
    Association, Mount Sunapee, NH. June 2, 2009. Invited talk.
Izmestʼeva, L.R., M.V. Moore, S.E. Hampton, S.L. Katz, and E. Silow. 2009.
    Hydro-biological long-term changes in Lake Baikal, Siberia. National
    Congress of Hydrobiology, Vladivostok, Russia. September 2009.
Moore, M.V. 2010. “Science Without Boundaries in a Changing World”,
    Madeleine K. Albright Institute for Global Affairs, Wellesley College.
    January, 2010. Invited talk.
Moore, MV. 2010. Co-chaired (moderator) Climate Change Session, XXXI
    Congress of the International Society of Limnology (SIL). Cape Town, South
    Africa. August, 2010.
Moore, MV, Izmestʼeva LR, Hampton SE, **Axenov-Gribanov DV, *Nizkorodov
    ES, **Tsitsenko ME. 2010. Spatial trends in crustacean zooplankton
    abundance in Lake Baikal, Siberia across 26 years of warming. XXXI
    Congress of the International Society of Limnology (SIL). Cape Town, South
    Africa. August 2010.
*Daswani S, Moore M, *Harmon A, *Gerlek A, *Pravalprukskul P, *Seng N,
    *Rossetti N, *Grogan A, **Stepnova G, and **Budagaeva K. 2010.
    Golomyanka (Comephorus spp.) onshore and offshore in Lake Baikal,
    Siberia: Abundance, diet, and size distributions. XXXI Congress of the
    International Society of Limnology (SIL). Cape Town, South Africa. August,
    2010.
Hampton, SE, LR Izmestʼeva and MV Moore. 2010. Rotifer dynamics across a
    half century of warming in Lake Baikal, Siberia. XXXI Congress of the
    International Society of Limnology (SIL) Cape Town, South Africa. August,
    2010.
Moore, MV. 2011. Big Lakes and Environmental Change: A View from Lake
    Baikal. Invited Keynote Plenary Address, International Association for
    Great Lakes Research (IAGLR), May, 2011. Duluth, Minnesota.

Reviewing (2008-2011):
--Associate Editor for Inland Waters, the journal of the International Society of
    Limnology. (September, 2010-2015)

Ad hoc reviewing:
--Water Research, Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, Princeton
University Press (book proposal), Limnology and Oceanography, Photochemical
& Photobiological Sciences, Journal Plankton Research, Lake and Reservoir
Management, Global Change Biology, Acta Zoologica Academiae Scienciarum
Hungaricae, Wiley & Blackwell Press (book proposal), Ecosphere, Ecology,
Biogeosciences, National Science Foundation (proposal), Estonia Science
Foundation (postdoc proposal).

				
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