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					                                     MAC AARON CALLAHAM, JR.
                                       CURRICULUM VITAE
CONTACT INFORMATION
Work:
USDA Forest Service, Southern Research Station
320 Green Street, Athens, GA 30602
Phone: (706) 559-4321
Email: mcallaham@fs.fed.us

EDUCATION
Ph.D. - Biology, August 2000, Kansas State University.
M.S. - Crop and Soil Sciences, December 1996, University of Georgia.
B.S. - Zoology, March 1994, University of Georgia.
B.A. - English, March 1994, University of Georgia.

RESEARCH INTERESTS
- Land management approaches to restoration of southern soils and forest ecosystems.
- Land-use legacy effects on soil characteristics, particularly soil biotic community composition and function.
- Ecology of invasive earthworms.
- Functional roles of microbes and invertebrates in nutrient and energy cycling.
- Population- and community-level responses of invertebrates to natural and anthropogenic disturbances.

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
Team Leader/Research Ecologist – June 2007– present. Center for Forest Disturbance Science, Southern Research
        Station, USDA Forest Service, Athens, GA
Research Ecologist – June 2002 – present. USDA Forest Service, Southern Research Station, Athens, GA.
Adjunct Assistant Professor – May 2005 – present. Ecol, Evol and Org Biol, Ohio State University
Adjunct Assistant Research Professor– May 2002 – present. Institute of Ecology, University of Georgia.
Adjunct Assistant Professor – December 2001 – December 2006. Department of Entomology, Clemson University.
Post-doctoral Research Ecologist – June 2001 – June 2002. USDA Forest Service, Clemson University.
Post-doctoral Research Associate – June 2000 – June 2001. Env. Sci. Div., Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
Graduate Fellow – August 1996 – May 2000. Division of Biology, Kansas State University.
Graduate Research Assistant – September 1994-August 1996. Institute of Ecology, University of Georgia.
Biological Science Technician – Summers 1993-94. USDA Forest Service, Apalachicola National Forest, FL.
TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Instuctor – Georgia Agricultural Education Program. Co-organized and taught course on earthworm biology,
ecology, and biogeography for high school educators in the Georgia ag. ed. summer continuing education program.

Instructor - Rx-310, Fire Effects. Delivered lecture on fire effects on soils to group of Forest Service, Park Service
and Fish and Wildlife Service trainees. Gatlinburg TN, January 2006.
Graduate Teaching Assistant - Kansas State University, August 1996-May 2000. Taught laboratory sections for six
semesters of Organismic Biology (Harold Klaassen, Alan Knapp, Chris Smith, and Jerry Weis, faculty instructors).
Responsibilities included preparation and delivery of introductory lectures and instruction of undergraduate students
in all facets of course material. Regularly assisted in organization and staffing of review and tutorial sessions.
Teacher effectiveness (as measured by student evaluations) twice rated to be among top 10% of all KSU instructors.
Graduate Teaching Assistant - Kansas State University. Assisted for two semesters in teaching graduate level course
Terrestrial Biogeochemical Cycling (John Blair, faculty instructor). Field duties included instrumentation and
sampling at watershed scales for measurement of inputs, major pools, and outputs of nutrients. Lab duties included
preparation of reagents and standards, and performing elemental analysis of water, plant, and soil samples.


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Guest Lecturer- Kansas State University. Delivered several guest lectures on energy and nutrient cycling topics in
Fundamentals of Ecology course (John Blair, faculty instructor).
Guest Instructor- Kansas State University. Organized and taught labs dealing with soil fauna (nematodes,
microarthropods, and macroinvertebrates) for Soil Microbiology course (Charles Rice, faculty instructor).
Graduate Teaching Assistant- University of Georgia. Taught lab section for one term of Turfgrass Management
(Keith Karnok, faculty instructor). Instructed students in grass and weed identification, equipment use, and
fertilizer/pesticide application techniques.

FUNDING AWARDS
Low-intensity fires may be adequate for stand replacement of Table Mountain pine (Pinus pungens Lamb.) stands in
the Southern Appalachian Mountains. PI: Thomas A. Waldrop; Co-PIs: Mac A. Callaham, Jr. Proposal Submitted
to the Inter-agency Joint Fire Science Program, February, 2006, $125,000.

Does Prescribed Burning in Southern Forests Release Significant Amounts of Mercury to the Atmosphere? Principle
Investigator, Ralph DiCosty Co-PIs: John Stanturf, Thomas Waldrop and Mac Callaham. Proposal Submitted to
the Joint Fire Science Progam, 2005-2008. Grant awarded by Joint Fire Science Program, $306,052 over 3 yr.
Epidemic Southern Pine Beetle Attacks: A Problem of Fuel-Loading or an Opportunity for Management? Principal
investigator: Thomas Waldrop. Co-investigators: Geoffrey Wang, and Mac Callaham. Grant awarded by Joint Fire
Science Program, $353,138 over 3 years.
Enriched Background Isotope Study (EBIS), Litter reciprocal transplant studies to understand sources, transport and
fate of carbon in soils and watersheds. Coordinating Investigator: Paul J. Hanson. Co-Principal Investigators:
Susan Trumbore, Julia Gaudinski, John Southon, Margaret Torn, Julie Jastrow, Philip Jardine, Wilfred M. Post,
Patrick Mulholland, Charles T. Garten, Jr., J. Devereux Joslin, Mac A. Callaham, and Caroline A. Masiello. Grant
awarded by Terrestrial Carbon Processes Program of the US Department of Energy. Callaham awarded $60,000 for
2003-2004.
Support for participation in International Symposium of Earthworm Ecologists in Vigo, Spain, 1998. Total support
of $1000 from Kansas State University, Division of Biology, Cancer Research Foundation, Student Travel Awards.
Support for travel to Ecological Society of America meetings in Albuquerque, New Mexico, 1997. Total support of
$500 from Kansas State University, Division of Biology, Cancer Research Foundation, Student Travel Awards.
Support for participation in Earthworm Identification Workshop in Fairfield, Iowa, 1993. Total support of $750
from University of Georgia Research Foundation, Undergraduate Student Travel Awards.

RECENT PROPOSALS SUBMITTED

Impacts of fuel breaks on invasive non-native plant species in the southeastern United States. PI: Mac A. Callaham,
Jr. Co-PIs: Matthew J. Reilly and Christa M. Dagley. Proposal submitted to Interagency Joint Fire Science
Program, November 2007. Pending review.

Optimizing treatments for buffelgrass infested landscapes in southeastern Texas: an ecophysiological approach. PI:
Joseph O’Brien Co-PIs: Mac A. Callaham, Jr. and Kimberly K. Crider. Proposal submitted to Interagency Joint
Fire Science Program, November 2007. Pending review.

Characterizing organic carbon fluxes from litter sources to mineral soil sinks (1) Enriched Background Isotope Study
(EBIS) Closure, and (2) Establishment of a Distributed Enriched Isotope Study for Ameriflux Hardwood Forests.
PI: Paul J. Hanson; Co-PIs: Susan Trumbore, Chris Swanston, Margaret Torn, Julie Jastrow, Mac Callaham, Mats
Fröberg, Markus Kleber, Christiane Kramer, Wilfred Post, William Parton, and Roser Matamala. Proposal
submitted to Terrestrial Carbon Processes Program of the US Department of Energy, January 2006. Pending.

Returning Soils to Restoration Ecology: A Conference to Promote Soil Ecology in the Practice of Restoration
Ecology. PIs: Mac A. Callaham, Jr. and Liam J. Heneghan. Proposal submitted to the USDA National Research
Initiative, Soil Processes Program, January 2006. Declined.

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PUBLICATIONS AND MANUSCRIPTS (Peer Reviewed)
Hendrix, P.F., M.A. Callaham, Jr., J.M. Drake, C.-Y. Huang, S.W. James, B.A. Snyder, and W.X. Zhang. In
         preparation. Impacts of introduced earthworms worldwide. Invited paper for Annual Reviews in Ecology,
         Evolution, and Systematics. 39: xxx-xxx. To be submitted, February 2008.
Callaham, M.A., Jr., P.F. Hendrix, J.M. Blair, and S.W. James. In preparation. Resource utilization patterns of
         native and introduced earthworms in tallgrass prairie soils. To be submitted to Oecologia.
Heneghan, L.J., S.P. Miller, S.G. Baer, M.A. Callaham, Jr., J. Montgomery, C.C. Rhoades, S.J. Richardson, M.
         Pavao-Zuckerman. In revision. Integrating soil ecological knowledge into restoration management.
         Submitted to Restoration Ecology, August, 2006.
O’Brien, J.J., J.K. Hiers, R.J. Mitchell, M.A. Callaham, Jr., and S. Jack. In review. The forgotten forest: Fire
         dependent pine ecosystems of the Caribbean Basin. Submitted to Ambio, September, 2007.
Richter, D. DeB., M. Hofmockel, M.A. Callaham, Jr., D. Powlson, and P. Smith. 2007. Long-term Soil
         Experiments: Keys to Managing Earth’s Rapidly Changing Ecosystems. Soil Science Society of America
         Journal 71:266-279.
Hendrix, P.F., and M.A. Callaham, Jr., Guest Co-Editors. 2007. Through a Ped Darkly: A Special Issue Dedicated
         to David C. Coleman. Pedobiologia 50 (6):445-588.
Hendrix, P.F., and M.A. Callaham, Jr. 2007. Introduction: Face to face – Coleman’s Ped revealed.
         Pedobiologia 50: 445-446.
Callaham, M.A., Jr., D.D. Richter, D.C. Coleman, and M. Hofmockel. 2006. Long-term land use effects on soil
         invertebrate communities in Southern Piedmont soils. European Journal of Soil Biology 42:S150-S156.
Callaham, M.A., Jr., G. González, C. Hale, L. Heneghan, S. Lachnicht, and X. Zou. 2006. Policy and management
         responses to earthworm invasions. Biological Invasions 8:1317-1329.
Hendrix, P.F., G. Baker, M.A. Callaham, Jr., G.A. Damoff, C. Fragoso, G. Gonzales, S.W James, S.L.
         Lachnicht, T. Winsome, and X. Zou. 2006. Invasion of exotic earthworms into native earthworm
         communities. Biological Invasions 8:1287-1300.
O’Brien, J.J., C. Stahala, G.P. Mori, M.A. Callaham, Jr. and C.M. Bergh. 2006. Effects of prescribed fire on
         conditions inside a Cuban Parrot (Amazona leucocephala) surrogate nesting cavity on Great Abaco Island,
         Bahamas. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 118:508-512.
DiCosty, R.J., M.A. Callaham, Jr., and J.A. Stanturf. 2006. Atmospheric deposition and re-emission of mercury
         estimated in a prescribed forest-fire experiment in Florida, USA. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 176:77-91.
Callaham, M.A., Jr., P.F. Hendrix, and R.J. Phillips. 2003. Occurrence of an exotic earthworm (Amynthas agrestis)
         in undisturbed soils of the southern Appalachian mountains, USA. Pedobiologia 47:466-470.
Callaham, M.A., Jr., J.M. Blair, T.C. Todd, D.J. Kitchen, and M.R. Whiles. 2003. Macroinvertebrates in North
         American tallgrass prairie soils: Effects of fire, mowing, and fertilization on density and biomass. Soil
         Biology and Biochemistry 35:1079-1093.
Callaham, M.A., Jr., M.R. Whiles, and J.M. Blair. 2002. Fire, mowing, and fertilization effects on two annual
         cicada species (Homoptera: Cicadidae) in tallgrass prairie. American Midland Naturalist 148:90-101.
Callaham, M.A., Jr., A.J. Stewart, C. Alarcón, and S.J. McMillen. 2002. Effects of earthworm (Eisenia fetida) and
         wheat straw (Triticum aestivum) additions on selected ecological properties of petroleum contaminated
         soils. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 21:1658-1663.
Callaham, M.A., Jr., J.M. Blair, and P.F. Hendrix. 2001. Different behavioral patterns of the earthworms
         Octolasion tyrtaeum and Diplocardia spp. in tallgrass prairie soils: potential influences on plant growth.
         Biology and Fertility of Soils 34:49-56.
Whiles, M.R., M.A. Callaham, Jr., C.K. Meyer, B.L. Brock, and R.E. Charlton. 2001. Emergence of periodical
         cicadas from a Kansas riparian forest: Densities, biomass and nitrogen flux. American Midland Naturalist
         145:176-187.
Callaham, M.A., Jr., M.R. Whiles, C.K. Meyer, B.L. Brock, and R.E. Charlton. 2000. Feeding ecology and
         emergence production of annual cicadas (Homoptera: Cicadidae) in tallgrass prairie. Oecologia
         123:535-542
Callaham, M.A., Jr., and J.M. Blair. 1999. Influence of differing land management on the invasion of North
         American tallgrass prairie soils by European earthworms. Pedobiologia 43:507-512.
Hendrix, P.F., M.A. Callaham, Jr., S.L. Lachnicht, J.M. Blair, S.W. James, and X. Zou. 1999. Stable isotopic
         studies of resource utilization by nearctic earthworms (Diplocardia, Oligochaeta) in subtropical savanna
         and forest ecosystems. Pedobiologia 43: 818-823.


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Hendrix, P.F., S.L. Lachnicht, M.A. Callaham, Jr., X. Zou. 1999. Stable isotopic studies of earthworm feeding
        ecology in tropical ecosystems of Puerto Rico. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry 13:1295-
        1299.
Callaham, M.A., Jr., and P.F. Hendrix. 1998. Impact of earthworms (Diplocardia: Megascolecidae) on cycling
        and uptake of nitrogen in coastal plain forest soils from northwest Florida, USA. Applied Soil Ecology
        9:233-239.
Callaham, M.A., Jr., and P.F. Hendrix. 1997. Relative abundance and seasonal activity of earthworms (Lumbricidae
        and Megascolecidae) as determined by hand-sorting and formalin extraction techniques in forest soils on the
        southern Appalachian Piedmont. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 29:317-321.
Hendrix, P.F., M.A. Callaham, Jr., and L. Kirn. 1994. Ecology of nearctic earthworms in the southeastern USA.
        II. Effects of bait harvesting on Diplocardia (Oligochaeta, Megascolecidae) populations in Apalachicola
        National Forest, north Florida. Megadrilogica 5:73-76.
Hendrix, P.F., M.A. Callaham, Jr., and S.W. James. 1994. Ecology of nearctic earthworms in the southeastern
        USA. I. Characteristics of Diplocardia longa (Oligochaeta, Megascolecidae) surface casts in grass,
        hardwood and pine microhabitats on the lower piedmont of Georgia. Megadrilogica 5:45-51.

BOOK CHAPTERS, PROCEEDINGS AND REPORTS

Lilleskov, E., M. Callaham, R. Pouyat, J. Smith, M. Castellano, G. Gonzalez, D. Jean Lodge, Rachel Arango, and
          Frederick Green. 2008. Invasive soil organisms and impacts of invasive species on below ground
          processes. Submitted for Invasive Species Strategic Program Area General Technical Report WOxxxx.
Richter, D. deB., M.A. Callaham, D. Markewitz, and R. Vilgalys. 2006. Understanding soil change at the Calhoun
          Experimental Forest’s Long-Term Soil Experiment. Pages 169-175 in: Irland, L.C., A.E. Camp, J.C.
          Brissette, and Z.R. Donohew, (editors), Long-term Silvicultural and Ecological Studies: Results for Science
          and Management, Yale University, GISF Research Paper 005, New Haven, Connecticut.
Callaham, M.A., Jr. 2004. Soil biology and fire in southern ecosystems. Encyclopedia article in Encyclopedia of
          Southern Fire Science, edited by D. Kennard, C. Fowler, and M. Rauscher. ONLINE.
Callaham, M.A. Jr., P.H. Anderson, T.A. Waldrop, D.J. Lione, and V.B. Shelburne. 2004. Litter decomposition and
          soil respiration responses to fuel-reduction treatments in Piedmont loblolly pine forests . In K. Connor,
          editor. Proceedings, 12th Southern Silvicultural Research Conference, Biloxi, MS. Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS–
          71. Asheville, NC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Research Station. Pp. 25-29.
Phillips, R.J., T.A. Waldrop, G.L. Chapman, H.H. Mohr, M.A. Callaham, and C.T. Flint, Jr. 2004. Effects of fuel-
          reduction techniques on vegetative composition of Piedmont loblolly-shortleaf pine communities:
          Preliminary results of the National Fire and Fire Surrogate Study . In K. Connor, editor. Proceedings, 12th
          Southern Silvicultural Research Conference, Biloxi, MS. Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS–71. Asheville, NC: U.S.
          Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Research Station. Pp. 44-47.
Stevenson, M., J. Coty, J. Stewart, T. Carlsen, and M. Callaham. 2001. Developing Terrestrial Trophic Models for
          Petroleum and Natural Gas Exploration and Production Sites: The Oklahoma Tallgrass Prairie Preserve
          Example. General Report, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, UCRL-ID-142165.
Blair, J.M., T.C. Todd, and M.A. Callaham, Jr. 2000. Responses of grassland soil invertebrates to natural and
          anthropogenic disturbances. Pages 43-71 in: D.C. Coleman and P.F. Hendrix (editors), Invertebrates as
          Webmasters in Ecosystems, CABI Publishing, New York.



ABSTRACTS (last 3 years)
Goodrick, S., Y. Liu, R. DiCosty, M. Callaham, and J. Stanturf. 2007. Mercury emissions and dispersion from the
        2007 south Georgia wildfires. Oral presentation at 7th Symposium on Fire and Forest Meteorology,
        American Meteorological Society, October, 2007, Bar Harbor, ME.
Rostkowski, S.C., Jr., M.A. Callaham, Jr., B.A. Snyder, E.S. Gardiner and J.A. Stanturf. 2007. Effects of differing
        restoration methods on bottomland hardwood litter arthropods. Abstract submitted for poster presentation
        at Ecological Society of America Annual Meetings, San Jose, CA, August, 2007.
Callaham, M.A., Jr., D.C. Coleman, K.L. Lamoncha, and K.W. Outcalt. 2007. Fire frequency effects on soil
        microarthropod community composition in longleaf pine flatwoods. Poster presentation at EastFire
        conference, Fairfax, VA, June, 2007.

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Stottlemyer, A.D., G.G. Wang, T.A. Waldrop, C.E. Wells, and M.A. Callaham, Jr. 2007. Burning and mastication
          as fuel reduction treatments in beetle-killed stands: Effects on ectomycorrhizal inoculum potential. Oral
          Presentation at EastFire conference, Fairfax, VA, June, 2007.
Althoff, P.S., S.J. Thien, T.C. Todd, and M.A. Callaham, Jr. 2007. Impact of military vehicle traffic on faunal
          community composition and food-web structure in tallgrass prairie soil. Oral presentation at Soil Ecology
          Society biennial meetings, Moab, UT, May, 2007.
Callaham, M.A., Jr., L.J. Heneghan, and L. Umek. 2006. Soil invertebrates as help and hindrance in ecosystem
          restorations. Oral presentation at Soils and Restoration Ecology Conference, DePaul University, Chicago,
          December, 2006.
Rhoades, C.C., S.P. Miller, M.A. Callaham, Jr., and L.J. Heneghan. 2006. A striking profile: Soils knowledge
          applied to restoration science. Poster presentation at Soils and Restoration Ecology Conference, DePaul
          University, Chicago, December, 2006.
Callaham, M.A., Jr., B.A. Snyder, S.W. James, and P.F. Hendrix. 2006. Biogeography of the genus Diplocardia
          with reference to the calciferous glands. Poster presentation at 8 th International Symposium on Earthworm
          Ecology, Kraków, Poland, September, 2006.
Snyder, B.A., P.F. Hendrix, and M.A. Callaham, Jr. 2006. Effects of the invasive exotic earthworm Amynthas
          agrestis on native taxa: are species invasions a threat to biodiversity? Oral presentation at 8th International
          Symposium on Earthworm Ecology, Kraków, Poland, September, 2006.
DiCosty, R.J., M.A. Callaham, Jr. and J.A. Stanturf. 2006. Impact of Prescribed Fire on Mercury Cycling in
          Southeastern U.S. Forests. Poster presentation at 8th International Conference on Mercury as a Global
          Pollutant, Madison, WI, August, 2006.
Callaham, M.A., Jr. 2006. The history and future of soils in the practice of restoration ecology. Symposium
          presentation at Ecological Society of America annual meetings, Memphis, TN, August, 2006.
Camp, D.L., S.R. Bennett, M.A. Callaham, Jr., J.J. O’Brien and P.F. Hendrix. 2006. Carbon and nitrogen dynamics
          in soils with native and exotic earthworms determined with stable isotopes. Poster presentation at
          Ecological Society of America annual meetings, Memphis, TN, August, 2006.
Giai, C., M.A. Callaham, and R.E.J. Boerner. 2006. Viewing forest restoration from belowground: linkages among
          restoration treatments, microbial communities, earthworms, and soil organic matter. Poster presentation at
          Ecological Society of America annual meetings, Memphis, TN, August, 2006.
Lamoncha, K.L., M.A. Callaham, Jr., D.C. Coleman, and D.A. Crossley, Jr.. 2006. Soil microarthropod community
          composition in a long-term prescribed fire experiment in longleaf pine flatwoods in northeast Florida.
          Poster presentation at Ecological Society of America annual meetings, Memphis, TN, August, 2006.
Snyder, B.A., P.F. Hendrix, and M.A. Callaham, Jr. 2006. Effects of an upstart in iconic territory: invasion of
          Amynthas agrestis (Oligochaeta: Megascolecidae) in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Oral
          presentation at Ecological Society of America annual meetings, Memphis, TN, August, 2006.
Stottlemyer, A.D., R.T. Layton, G.G. Wang, C.E. Wells, T.A. Waldrop, and M.A. Callaham, Jr. 2006. Growing
          nonmycorrhizal loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.) seedlings in a standard greenhouse setting. Poster
          presentation at Ecological Society of America annual meetings, Memphis, TN, August, 2006.
Alahari, N., K. Sublette, E. Jennings, G. Thoma, D. Wolf, K. Duncan, T. Todd, and M.A. Callaham, Jr. 2006.
          Earthworms as ecoengineers in the restoration of oil and brine-impacted soils following remediation.
          Presentation at 6th Biennial Freshwater Spills Symposium, Portland, OR, May, 2006.
Giai, C., M.A. Callaham, Jr., and R.E.J. Boerner. 2006. A mechanistic approach to determining why fire and
          thinning affect soil organic matter and nutrient status in Appalachian oak forests. Poster at Central
          Hardwoods Forest Conference, Knoxville, TN, Feburary, 2006.
Alahari, N., K. Sublette, E. Jennings, G. Thoma, D. Wolf, K. Duncan, M. Callaham, Jr., and T. Todd. 2005.
          Earthworms as ecoengineers in the restoration of oil and brine impacted soils following remediation. Oral
          presentation at the International Petroleum Environmental Conference, Houston, TX, November, 2005.
Callaham, M.A. Jr., T.C. Todd, D.J. Kitchen, J.M. Blair, M.A. Williams, and C.W. Rice. 2005. Long-term studies
          on soils and soil biology in a Kansas tallgrass prairie: Stories that only time can tell. Invited symposium
          presentation at the Soil Science Society of America annual meetings, Salt Lake City, UT, November 2005.
DiCosty, R.J., M.A. Callaham, Jr., and J.A. Stanturf. 2005. Atmospheric deposition and re-emission of mercury
          quantified in a prescribed forest fire experiment in Florida, USA. Presentation at Soil Science Society of
          America annual meetings, Salt Lake City, UT, November 2005.



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Callaham, M.A., Jr., J.A. Stanturf, and R.E.J. Boerner. 2005. Viewing ecosystem restoration through the glass of
        soil ecology: Making use of the illuminated ped. Poster presentation at DaveFest: A Symposium Honoring
        Dr. David C. Coleman, Athens, GA, October, 2005.
Callaham, M.A., Jr., D.D. Richter, and M. Hofmockel. 2005 Long-term land use effects on soil invertebrate
        communities in Southern Piedmont soils. Poster presentation at Ecological Society of America annual
        meetings, Montréal, August 2005.
Callaham, M.A., Jr., P.J. Hanson, and D.E. Todd, Jr. 2005. Tracing 14C labeled leaf litter through oak-hickory
        forest soils with native or introduced earthworms. Poster presentation at the Soil Ecology Society meetings,
        Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, IL, May, 2005.

INVITED SEMINARS AND LECTURES
        Invited seminar, Ohio State University, May 2005
        Invited seminar, Coweeta Hydrological Lab, April 2005
        Invited seminar, Duke University, April 2003
        Invited seminar, USDA Forest Service, Athens, GA, October 2002
        Invited seminar, USDA Forest Service, Athens, GA, June 2002
        Invited lecturer, Western Carolina University, April 2002
        Invited seminar, Institute of Ecology, University of Georgia, March 2002
        Invited seminar, Department of Entomology, Clemson University, October 2001
        Invited seminar, Paul Burton Seminar Series, Western Carolina University, September 2000
        Invited seminar, University of Georgia, Savannah River Ecology Laboratory, April 2000

HONORS AND AWARDS
        Recipient of Extra Effort Award for assistance planning All Scientists Meeting, February 2007
        Nominated for Chief’s Award for Early Career Scientists, USDA Forest Service, January 2005
        Director’s Award for Early Career Scientists, Southern Research Station, December 2004
        Certificate of Merit, for excellence in job performance, USDA Forest Service, October 2001
        University Graduate Fellowship, Kansas State University, August 1996-August 1998
        Finalist, Chris Edler award for excellence in ecological research, Kansas State University, 1998
        Graduate Student Representative to LTER network, Konza Prairie Biological Station, 1997
        National Science Foundation, Research Experience for Undergraduates Award, 1992

MEMBERSHIPS
        Ecological Society of America
        Soil Ecology Society
        Soil Science Society of America
        American Institute of Biological Sciences

CERTIFICATIONS
      USDA Forest Service, S-212 Wildfire Powersaw
      National Safety Council, Basic First Aid
      National Safety Council, Adult Heartsaver CPR
      Defensive Driver Certification
      USDA Forest Service, Type II Fire Fighter (Red Card)

SERVICE AND VOLUNTEER ACTIVITIES
      Organized Symposium for Ecological Society of America annual meetings in Memphis, TN 2006.
      Member of RGEG Scientist Review Panels, USDA Forest Service, Southern Research Station, 2004, 2006
      Member of Scientist Retention and Review Panel, USDA-ARS, July, 2006
      Served on Organizing committee and served as guest editor of proceedings in Pedobiologia for
              Symposium honoring the career of David C. Coleman, Athens, GA, November, 2005
      Member, Editorial Board, Applied Soil Ecology, 2005-2008.
      Member, Research Grade Evaluation Panel, USDA-FS, Southern Research Station, May 2004

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Service on Advisory Committees of the following students:
          Jenny Staeben, Clemson Entomology; Michael Vickers, Clemson Entomology; Eddie Gambrell,
          Clemson Forestry; Aaron Stottlemyer, Clemson Forestry; Bruce Snyder, UGA Ecology; Ching-Yu
          Huang, UGA Ecology; Carol Flaute, UGA Ecology; Michael Strickland, UGA Ecology; Carla
          Giai, Ohio State University EEOB
Member, Science and Management Integration Committee, for Fire and Fire Surrogates Study, a USDA
          Forest Service National Study, 2001-2003
Presenter, Spring into Summer children’s program, Mountain Heritage Center, Cullowhee, NC, 2001
Scientific Judge, Tennessee State Science Bowl Competition, February 2001
Member, Science Advocacy Committee, ORNL, ESD
Invited participant, Soil ecotoxicology workshop, Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Feb. 2001
Biology advocate, Beloit High School Career Day, Beloit, KS 1999
Member, Biology Search Committee, Kansas State University
Proposal reviewer for:
          Sigma Delta Epsilon – Graduate Women in Science Program
          National Geographic Society
          National Science Foundation
          Tennessee Water Resources Research Center
          USDA CSREES National Research Initiative
Manuscript reviewer for:
          Acta Oecologia                                     European Journal of Soil Biology
          Annual Reviews in Entomology                       Forest Ecology and Management
          Applied Soil Ecology                               Journal of Applied Ecology
          Canadian Journal of Forest Research                Pedobiologia
          Caribbean Journal of Science                       Restoration Ecology
          Ecology                                            Soil Biology and Biochemistry
          Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata            Soil Science Society of America Journal
          Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry             Soil Sediment and Contamination

Article reviewer for Encyclopedia of Southern Fire Science
Manuscript technical reviewer for Environmental Sciences Division, ORNL, ESD
Manuscript technical reviewer for USDA-ARS, Watkinsville, GA
Book Chapter Review for Synthesis Volume, ORNL, ESD
Assisted in Wetland Restoration project on Oak Ridge Research Reservation, 2000
Assisted in Waterfowl Surveys of Oak Ridge Research Reservation, 2000
Judge, Georgia State Science Fair, 1996




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