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  • Courses — Paul Martino — Carthage College
    of Events Campus Life For Faculty Login Faculty Paul Martino Courses Courses Professor Martino teaches the following BIO 3300 Human Anatomical Systems Courses News Biology at Carthage Occupational Therapy Paul Martino Assistant Professor of Biology Contact Information pmartino carthage edu

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  • News — Paul Martino — Carthage College
    mentoring two students at the Medical College of Wisconsin as part of their Summer Program for Undergraduate Research on a project investigating the distribution of potassium channels in the Nucleus Tractus Solitarius NTS of the medulla oblangata In addition he was heavily involved in the large animal studies investigating the roles of the ventral respiratory group VRG and the pre Botzinger complex in respiratory chemosensitivity as well as respiratory rhythm

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  • Biography — L.J.Marx — Carthage College
    Coach of the Year and Midwest Intercollegiate Volleyball Association Division III Coach of the Year in 2005 and 2007 He has guided the Red Men to a second place finish at the NCAA Division III Men s Volleyball Championship three MIVA Coleman Division titles and two Midwest III Volleyball Conference championships In Molten Championship competition he led the Red Men to second place finishes in both 2005 and 2007 and third place finishes in 2010 and 2011 Carthage played host to the 2010 event at Tarble Arena Coach Marx s players have earned AVCA All America honors on 16 occasions He has also coached one AVCA Division III Player of the Year four conference players of the year and 30 all conference selections His teams have won either divisional or conference titles in seven of the last eight years and have won divisional or conference tournaments in six of the last eight seasons Six of his teams have finished among the AVCA s top three NCAA Division III teams in the final poll seven teams have finished in the top 10 and all eight have finished in the top 15 A native of Racine Wis Coach Marx graduated from Carthage

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  • Biography — Deborah Masloski — Carthage College
    from the University of Northern Colorado She received her master s degree from the Juilliard School where she studied with Nadia Reisenberg Herbert Stessin and David Diamond Ms Masloski completed a Doctor of Music degree at Northwestern University where her research examined the influence of social and religious trends on the piano literature Her teachers advisors included David Kaiserman Francis Larimer Marcia Bosits Peter Webster and John Buccheri She has won competitions both here and abroad and has appeared as soloist with orchestras including the Chicago Civic Orchestra New Mexico Symphony Colorado Springs Orchestra and the UNC Symphony She has performed on WFMT radio and is an active chamber musician Ms Masloski has been on the faculty of the University of Illinois at Chicago Chicago State University Lake Forest College and the Merit Music Program During the summer she is on the faculty of the Okemo Young Artists Music Festival the Jemez Summer Music School in New Mexico and has been artist in residence at California State University Chamber Music Festival She has been a member of the Testore Trio and founded the Orchestra for school district 731 2 She is a member of the Music Teachers National Association Pi

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  • Vita
    85 000 2000 2001 Dendrochronological analysis of snag dynamics in ponderosa pine ecosystems of northern Arizona PI Organized Research 7 300 1999 2000 Historic reconstruction of pinyon juniper forests on the Colorado Plateau PI Organized Research 7 675 1997 2001 Snag dynamics use and associated bird communities in wildfire burned ponderosa pine landscapes USDA Forest Service co PI with Carol Chambers 56 000 1997 1998 Changes in mixed conifer fire dynamics North Rim of Grand Canyon National Park PI Applied Research 9 510 1996 1997 Mixed conifer fire history and presettlement forest characteristics on the North Rim of the Grand Canyon National Park PI Applied Research 8 260 1995 1996 Restoration of ecosystem health in southwestern forests USDA Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management asdendrochronologist for reconstructing climate W W Covington PI 2 800 000 1996 1997 Fire history and vegetation dynamics in mixed conifer and ponderosa pine forests PI Applied Research Grant Northern Arizona University 8 020 1994 1995 Historical vegetation patterns along the Colorado River in Grand Canyon A proposal to identify large scale and species specific trends National Park Service as dendrochronologist Gwendolyn Waring PI 88 499 1994 1995 Determination of Pre European Settlement Forest Conditions at the Gus Pearson Natural Area Flagstaff AZ PI Organized Research 14 000 GRANTS Funded During Graduate Studies 1991 92 A dendrological method for detecting tree mortality patterns Spaceship Earth Research Grant 1000 1991 92 Dendrological methods for determining tree mortality patterns Rocky Mountain Club Research Grant 800 1991 92 A dendrological method for detecting tree mortality patterns Graduate School Research Grant University of Colorado Boulder 500 1990 91 A dendrological method for detecting tree mortality patterns Indian Peaks Research Grant 750 1990 91 Dendrological method for determining tree mortality patterns Graduate School Research Grant University of Colorado Boulder 400 1990 91 A dendrological method for detecting tree mortality patterns Rocky Mountain Club Research Grant 400 PRESENTATIONS AT INTERNATIONAL AND NATIONAL MEETINGS Abstracts Published Impacts of Recent Bark Beetle Epidemics on Cavity Nesting Birds in Southwestern Ponderosa Pine Forests Association of American Geographers national meeting Las Vegas March 2009 Ponderosa pine recovery following crown fires during extreme drought in the American Southwest International Biogeography Society meeting Merida Mexico January 2009 Biogeographic Impacts of Bark Beetle Epidemics in the Southwest Biogeography Specialty Group s session on vegetation dynamics research talk at the national meeting of the Association of American Geographers Boston April 2008 Ponderosa Pine forests in the American Southwest changes in disturbance regimes International Biogeography Society Meeting Canary Islands Jan 2007 Southwestern Ponderosa Pine Forests recovering after crown fires 1940 1970 National Meeting of the Association of American Geographers in San Francisco 2007 Reconstructing Pre EuroAmerican Forest Conditions from a One hundred Year Old Logger Survey in Northern Arizona National Meeting of the Association of American Geographers in Chicago 2006 How Resilient Are Southwestern Ponderosa Pine Forests After Crown Fires talk in special Symposium Post Fire Conversion Of Forest To Non Forest Do We Need New Theory selected Organized Oral Session OOS at the Ecological Society of America 2005 Annual Meeting with the IX INTECOL Congress in Montreal Quebec Canada August 2005 Ponderosa pine snag dynamics and use by wildlife following wildfire in northern Arizona Short term effects National Meeting of the Association of American Geographers in Denver April 2005 Ponderosa pine snag dynamics and use by cavity nesting birds following wildfire in northern Arizona International Biogeography Society meeting National Conservation Training Center West Virginia January 2005 Landscape Ecology and GIScience approaches to examining snag dynamics and wildlife use of burned versus unburned landscapes in Arizona National Meeting of the Association of American Geographers in Philadelphia March 2004 The fate of ponderosa pine forests decades after intense crown fire National Meeting of the Association of American Geographers in New Orleans March 2003 The fate of ponderosa pine forests decades after intense crown fire International Biogeography Society meeting in Mesquite NV January 2003 The fate of ponderosa pine forests decades after intense crown fire Regional Meeting of the Association of American Geographers in Minneapolis October 2002 The fate of ponderosa pine forests decades after intense crown fire presenting with Melissa Savage as co author National Meeting of the Association of American Geographers in Los Angeles 2002 The fate of ponderosa pine forests decades after intense crown fire co author with Melissa Savage presenting Sixth Biennial Conference of Research on the Colorado Plateau in Flagstaff AZ 2001 Dendroecological study of black cottonwood dynamics along regulated and unregulated rivers in British Columbia National Meeting of the Ecological Society of America in Madison 2001 Growth rates of black cottonwood as a proxy to riparian productivity along regulated and unregulated rivers in British Columbia National Meeting of International Association of Landscape Ecology in Tempe 2001 Effects of dams on black cottonwood establishment and growth along the regulated Seton River and the unregulated CayooshRiver in British Columbia National Meeting of the Association of American Geographers in New York City 2001 Changes in forest grassland ecotones Using GIS and image processing to detect cover shifts over time invited talk at National Science Foundation Biocomplexity in Pinyon Juniper Ecosystems conference in Flagstaff 2001 Influence of disturbance on tree spatial patterns along forest gradients National Meeting of the Association of American Geographers in Honolulu 1999 Age and size structure analyses of mixed conifer forests along ecotonal gradients Grand Canyon National Park National Meeting of the Association of American Geographers in Boston 1998 Fire history of mixed conifer forests along ecotonal gradients Grand Canyon National Park Co author with J Wolf as presenter National Meeting of the Association of American Geographers in Boston 1998 Dendrochronological reconstructions of a presettlement forest in Arizona National Meeting of the Association of American Geographers in Ft Worth 1997 Restoring ecosystem health in ponderosa pine forests of the Southwest coauthor presented by W W Covington National Meeting of the Ecological Society of America in Albuquerque 1997 Goodding willows health in Grand Canyon National Park National Meeting of the Ecological Society of America in Providence 1996

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  • Research
    Plateau collaborator with Nancy Johnson PI National Science Foundation 274 928 2000 2001 Modeling riparian vegetation development among flowing and reservoirs segments of the Bridge River British Columbia co PI with Larry Stevens Bridge River Water Development Plan British Columbia Hydropower 85 000 2000 2001 Dendrochronological analysis of snag dynamics in ponderosa pine ecosystems of northern Arizona PI Organized Research 7 300 1999 2000 Historic reconstruction of pinyon juniper forests on the Colorado Plateau PI Organized Research 7 675 1997 2001 Snag dynamics use and associated bird communities in wildfire burned ponderosa pine landscapes USDA Forest Service co PI with Carol Chambers 56 000 1997 1998 Changes in mixed conifer fire dynamics North Rim of Grand Canyon National Park PI Applied Research 9 510 1996 1997 Mixed conifer fire history and presettlement forest characteristics on the North Rim of the Grand Canyon National Park PI Applied Research 8 260 1995 1996 Restoration of ecosystem health in southwestern forests USDA Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management asdendrochronologist for reconstructing climate W W Covington PI 2 800 000 1996 1997 Fire history and vegetation dynamics in mixed conifer and ponderosa pine forests PI Applied Research Grant Northern Arizona University 8 020 1994 1995 Historical vegetation patterns along the Colorado River in Grand Canyon A proposal to identify large scale and species specific trends National Park Service as dendrochronologist Gwendolyn Waring PI 88 499 1994 1995 Determination of Pre European Settlement Forest Conditions at the Gus Pearson Natural Area Flagstaff AZ PI Organized Research 14 000 GRANTS Funded During Graduate Studies 1991 92 A dendrological method for detecting tree mortality patterns Spaceship Earth Research Grant 1000 1991 92 Dendrological methods for determining tree mortality patterns Rocky Mountain Club Research Grant 800 1991 92 A dendrological method for detecting tree mortality patterns Graduate School Research Grant University of Colorado Boulder 500 1990 91 A dendrological method for detecting tree mortality patterns Indian Peaks Research Grant 750 1990 91 Dendrological method for determining tree mortality patterns Graduate School Research Grant University of Colorado Boulder 400 1990 91 A dendrological method for detecting tree mortality patterns Rocky Mountain Club Research Grant 400 PRESENTATIONS AT INTERNATIONAL AND NATIONAL MEETINGS Abstracts Published Impacts of Recent Bark Beetle Epidemics on Cavity Nesting Birds in Southwestern Ponderosa Pine Forests Association of American Geographers national meeting Las Vegas March 2009 Ponderosa pine recovery following crown fires during extreme drought in the American Southwest International Biogeography Society meeting Merida Mexico January 2009 Biogeographic Impacts of Bark Beetle Epidemics in the Southwest Association of American Geographers national meeting Boston April 2008 Ponderosa Pine forests in the American Southwest changes in disturbance regimes International Biogeography Society Meeting Canary Islands Jan 2007 Southwestern Ponderosa Pine Forests recovering after crown fires 1940 1970 National Meeting of the Association of American Geographers in San Francisco 2007 Reconstructing Pre EuroAmerican Forest Conditions from a One hundred Year Old Logger Survey in Northern Arizona National Meeting of the Association of American Geographers in Chicago 2006 How Resilient Are

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  • Courses — Joy Mast — Carthage College
    2950 Process Geomorphology GEO 3300 Analytical Techniques in Geography GEO 3400 Forest Ecology GEO 3800 Soil Science GEO 3900 Methods of Field Research GEO 4000 Senior Seminar in Geography GEO 400T Topics in Geography GEO 4500 Independent Study in Geography GEO 4900 Research in Geography Northern Arizona University Undergraduate GGR 250 Introduction to Physical Geography GGR 259 Landforms and Physiographic Regions FOR 322 Environmental Conservation on Instructional Interactive Television GGR 447 Latin American Regional Geography GGR 452 Nature and Properties of Soils GGR 454 Soils Laboratory GGR 457 Biogeography Graduate GGR 582 Quantitative Methods Spatial Statistics GGR 582 Quantitative Methods for Geography Probability Regression Nonparametrics GGR 599 Dendroecology GGR 655 Seminar Forest Dynamics and Disturbance Regimes GGR 655 Advanced Physical Geography Climatology Geomorphology Hydrology Soils Biogeography GIS and Remote Sensing Continuing Education for Ecosystem Management CEEM Professionals USDA Forest Service Bureau of Indian Affairs Bureau of Land Management State Game Fish CEEM 2 Landscape Ecology CEEM 2 Methods of Landscape Ecology CEEM 2 Spatial Statistics for Natural Resource Management CEEM 2 Introduction to Remote Sensing Aerial Photo Interpretation and GIS University of Colorado Boulder GEOG 1001 Introduction to Climatology and Vegetation GEOG 1002 Introduction to Landforms and Soils GEOG 3098

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  • Introduction to Physical Geography
    let it get to you The following tips will help you prepare yourself to meet this challenge 1 Be prepared Don t just hope that you will come up with something to say during class Each day before class actually prepare in writing one or two things about the readings that you would like to share in class Together with your notes on the reading this will comprise a script for you to use during class discussions These notes will also help you with your papers and the exams 2 Ask your questions Profundity is not a requirement You don t always have to bring great insights to class although occasional insights wouldn t hurt Questions are alright too and others might have the same questions as well Write your questions down too Then ask them 3 Be an active reader Don t just skim over the reading you are assigned Look at headings or pictures for tips on what the reading is about before you begin more in depth reading Take notes summarize write down questions and re read things that are unclear Don t let the reading get the better of you 4 Take charge of your learning Before class look at your notes or handouts for tips on what we might be discussing in class and make sure that you have thoroughly prepared all of the materials that we will be examining Doing the homework ahead of time always helps too 5 Always take notes Always have a notebook with paper and a pen open and ready to use at the beginning of class Someone else s contribution might be worth recording in your notes Or someone else s comment might spark a response that you want to write down so that you can remember it and contribute it when you get a chance Remember it s a myth that you can t take notes in a discussion class 6 Capitalize on your strengths Consider the various ways to contribute in class Here are a few possibilities explaining things interpreting things summarizing things asking for clarification following up organizing information keeping a group on task presenting the results of group work One of them is bound to be something you are good at 7 Work to improve Consider how you could improve your contributions to the learning community that is our class What role can you play Look at the list of ways to contribute above and work on improving your abilities in one or more of those areas Grading Scale A 90 100 B 80 89 C 70 80 D 60 70 and F below 60 Please Note Students with special learning needs are encouraged to see me during the first two weeks of class to discussappropriate accommodations and support You should also have documentation on file with Diane Schowalter in theAdvising Center x5802 This information will be kept confidential Syllabus for GEOS 155 Professor Mast Fall 2008 Date Lecture Topic Text Chapter Sept 4 Introduction

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