John Moore

Curriculum Vitae

John C. Moore
Professor and Head – Ecosystem Science and Sustainability
Director – Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory
Colorado State University
Ft. Collins, CO 80523
Office: (970) 491-1796
john.moore@colostate.edu

Education

1986                PhD                         Colorado State University                                   Zoology

1996                MS                           Colorado State University                                   Statistics

1981                MS                           Michigan State University                                     Zoology

1978                BA                           University of California, Santa Barbara               Zoology

Work Experience

2011-present, CSU Ecosystem Science and Sustainability, Department Head

2006-present, CSU Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory, Director

2013-2015, National Science Foundation, Panelist

2006-2011, CSU Forest, Rangeland, & Watershed Stewardship, Professor

2007-2010, NSF ACERE, Committee Member

2001-2006, UNC MAST Institute, Director

2000-2006, UNC Frontiers of Science Institute, Director

1998-2006, UNC Upward Bound Math & Science, Director

1998-2006, UNC Department of Biological Sciences, Professor

1997-2006, Biology and Fertility of Soils, Regional Editor

2005, UNC College of Arts and Sciences, Interim Assistant Dean

1999-2002, 2005-2006, National Science Foundation, Panelist

1999-2001, UNC Center for Pre-collegiate Studies & Outreach, Director

1996-2006, Environmental Protection Agency, Panelist

2001-2003, UNC Honors Program, Director

1999-2001, National Science Foundation, Panelist

1995-1998, UNC Upward Bound Math & Science, Science Coordinator

1995-1996, UNC Department of Biological Sciences, Co-Chair

1994-1996, National Science Foundation, Panelist

1993-1995, Soil Ecology Society, President

1993-1998, UNC Department of Biological Sciences, Associate Professor

1992, UNC Department of Biological Sciences, Acting Chairman

1991-1993, UNC Department of Biological Sciences, Assistant Professor

1991-1992, University of Colorado-Boulder, Lecturer

1990-1991, University of Northern Colorado (UNC), Instructor

1989-1991, NREL, CSU, Research Associate

1988-1989, University of Wyoming, Instructor

1989, AB-DLO, The Netherlands, Researcher

1986-1988, CSU NREL, Post Doctoral Fellow

1985-1992, CSU Upward Bound Program, Instructor

1984-1986, CSU Department of Zoology, GTA

1984-1986, CSU NREL, Lab Technician

1982-1984, Colorado State University (CSU) NREL, GRA

1979-1980, Michigan State University, GTA

 

Professional Non-Academic

1993-present, Springtail Environmental, Consulting Agency (SECA, Inc.), President 

1982, California Department of Food and Agriculture, Agricultural Aide

HONORS AND AWARDS

2014,University Distinguished Teaching Scholar, Colorado State University

2012, Fellow, Ecological Society of America

2012, 2015, Zhijiang Lecturing Professor, East China Normal University

2011, Eugene Odum Award for Ecology Education, Ecological Society of America

2001, Honorary Membership, Golden Key Honor Society

2000, Ten Year Service Recognition, Department of Education – TRIO

1997, Distinguished Scholar, University of Northern Colorado

1997, 1999, A&S College Scholar, University of Northern Colorado

1996, Who’s Who among College Teachers, Who’s Who Inc.

1994, Distinguished Research Fellow, Bodega Marine Lab, UC-Davis

1992, National Young Investigator Award, NSF, Washington D.C.

1989, IAC Fellowship, Wageningen, The Netherlands

1980, Stipend for Academic Excellence, Michigan State University

1977-78, Honor Student, University of California

Areas of Specialization

Systems Ecology, Agricultural Ecosystems, Theoretical Ecology/Computer Modeling, Soil Ecology, Soil Arthropods/Systematics of Apterygota, Statistics, Ecology of Cave Ecosystems, Education and Outreach

Students

Post Doctoral Fellows

2012-2015                   Dr. Nissa Yestness, Mathematics Education

2011- 2014                   Dr. Rodney Simpson, Soil Ecology

2011-2014                   Dr, Akihiro Koyama, Soil Ecology

2004-2011                   Dr. Guy Beresford, Microbial Ecology

2009-2010                   Dr. Shawna MacMahon, Microbial Ecology and Biology Education

2005-2006                   Dr. Josephine Ebomoyi. Science Education

2005-2006                   Dr. Mark Davis, Science and Mathematics Education

2003-2006                   Dr. Angela Morrow, Arthropod Systematics and Biology Education

2004                            Dr. Robert Wang, Biology Education

2002-2004                   Dr. Marisa Chelius, Microbial Ecology and Biology Education

1997-1999                   Dr. Elisabeth Andrews, Biology Education

Graduate Advisees                              

2014-present                Ms. Yamina Pressler, Ph.D. student, CSU GDPE. – Co-Advisor with Dr. F. Cortufo

2012-2014                   Ms. Kate Wilkins, Ph.D. student, CSU GDPE. – Co-Advisor with Dr. G. Bowser

2009-2012                   Ms. Kate Wilkins, M.S. 2012, CSU GDPE. – Co-Advisor with Dr. G. Bowser

2004-2010                   Mr. Rod Simpson, Ph.D. 2010, CSU GDPE.

2006-2008                   Mr. Karl Wyant, MS 2008, CSU GDPE.

2001-2006                   Ms. Meghan Quirk, Ph.D. 2006, UNC Biology

2000-2005                   Mr. Howard Horton, MS 2005, UNC Biology

1998-2004                   Ms. Heather Miller, Ph.D. 2004, UNC Biology.

2001-2004                   Ms. Cynthia Pritekel, MS 2004, UNC Biology

2000-2003                   Ms. Kimberly Melville, MS 2003, UNC Biology

1995-2000                   Mr. Bradley Tripp, Ph.D. 2000, UNC Biology.

1998-2000                   Ms. Jennifer Doles, MS 2000, UNC Biology.

1992-1997                   Ms. Gina Lipari, MS 1997, UNC Biology.

1991-1997                   Mr. Ben Boyer, MS 1997, UNC Biology.

1995-1998                   Ms. Renee Jesser, MS 1998, UNC Biology.

1991-1995                   Ms. Carol Jacobs-Carré, MS 1995, UNC Biology.

Graduate Theses

Wilkins, K. 2012. Effects of birdwatchers on sandhill crane (Grus canadensis) behavior at spring stopover sites in the San Luis Valley, Colorado Masters Thesis, Graduate Degree Program in Ecology, Colorado State University, Ft. Collins, CO 80523.

Simpson, R.  2010. Soil organic matter and aggregate dynamics in an Arctic ecosystem. Ph.D. Dissertation, Graduate Degree Program in Ecology, Colorado State University, Ft. Collins, CO 80523.

Wyant, K. 2008.  Effects of soil fertilization and herbivore exclosures on the ground spider community at Toolik Lake, Alaska. Masters Thesis, Graduate Degree Program in Ecology, Colorado State University, Ft. Collins, CO 80523.

Quirk, M.H. 2006.  Effects of black-tailed prairie dog (Cynomys ludovicianus) activity on soil foodweb structure in the shortgrass steppe of northeastern Colorado, USA. Ph.D. Dissertation. School of Biological Sciences, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO 80639.

Horton, H. 2005.  Food webs along a natural productivity gradient within the rooms and passages of Wind Cave, South Dakota.  Masters Thesis, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO  80639.

Pritekel, C. 2004. Impacts from invasive plant species and their control on the plant community and belowground ecosystem at Rocky Mountain National park, USA.  Masters Thesis, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO  80639.

Miller, H. 2004. Students’ exposure and career aspirations in ecology:  A study using semi-structured interviews to gain knowledge of public school students.  Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO  80639.

Melville, K. 2003.  The functional response of Folsomia candida and its fungal prey.  Masters Thesis, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO  80639.

Tripp, B. 2000.  Food webs in saxicolous lichen communities: Relating primary productivity to species diversity in the real world.  Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO  80639.

Doles, J. 2000.  A survey of soil biota in the arctic tundra and their role in mediating terrestrial nutrient cycling. Masters Thesis, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO  80639.

Jesser, R. 1998.  Effects of productivity on species diversity and trophic structure of detritus-based food webs within sediments of Wind Cave, South Dakota.  Masters Thesis, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO  80639.

Lipari, G. 1997.  Influence of substrate type on growth and activity of certain soil micro-fungi.  Masters Thesis, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO  80639.

Boyer, B.L. 1997.  Nematode community structure and decomposition across adjacent mountain meadow ecosystems.  Masters Thesis, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO  80639.

Jacobs-Carré, C.A. 1995. Factors influencing ecosystem differentiation between lodgepole pine and sagebrush meadow in Fox Park, Wyoming.  Masters Thesis, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO  80639.

Undergraduates

2003-2006                   Mr. Chris Roller, Undergraduate Research, UNC Sociology

2002-2005                   Mr. Karl Wyant, Undergraduate Research, UNC Biology

2002-2005                   Mr. Filberto Trejo, Undergraduate Research, UNC Sociology

2002-2004                   Ms. Amanda Chapman, Undergraduate Research, UNC Biology

2002-2004                   Mr. Paul Saunders, Undergraduate Research, Lewis & Clarke College

2001-2002                   Mr. Sean Holliman, Undergraduate Research, UNC Biology

1998-2001                   Ms. Christy Chinn, Undergraduate Research, UNC Biology

1999-2000                   Ms. Erin Zamora, Undergraduate Research, UNC Biology

1999                            Mr. Brent Hendrixson, Undergraduate Research, UNC Biology

1998                            Ms. Laura Bonney, Undergraduate Research, UNC Biology

1998                            Mr. Xaviea Bell, Undergraduate Research, UNC Biology

1998                            Ms. Angie Dias, Undergraduate Research, UNC Biology

1998                            Ms. Crystal Frazier, Undergraduate Research, UNC Biology

1998                            Ms. Tessa Hower, Undergraduate Research, UNC Biology

1998                            Ms. Jessica Segala, Undergraduate Research, UNC Biology

1998                            Ms. J. Rebecca Vigil, Undergraduate Research, UNC Biology

1998                            Ms. Stephanie Winters, Undergraduate Research, UNC Biology

1998                            Ms. Jennifer Spensley, Undergraduate Research, UNC Biology

1997-2000                   Mr. Rod Simpson, Undergraduate Research, CSU Biology

1996-2000                   Ms. Jill Sipes, Undergraduate Research, UNC Biology

1997-1998                   Ms. Jennifer Doles, Undergraduate Research, UNC Biology

1997                            Ms. Huy Chui, Undergraduate Research, UNC Biology

1996                            Ms. Angela Marloff, Undergraduate Research, UC-Boulder

1996                            Mr. Ryan Fox, Undergraduate Research, UNC Biology

1996                            Ms. Leslie Sprague, Undergraduate Research, UNC Biology

1996                            Ms. Justine Lombardi, Undergraduate Research, UNC Biology

1995                            Ms. Desa Ausmus, Undergraduate Research, UNC Biology

1995                            Mr. Gregory Bostrom, Undergraduate Research, UNC Biology

1995                            Mr. Jeffery Osborn, Graduate Research, UNC Biology

1994-1995                   Mr. David Pastran, Undergraduate Research, UNC Biology

1994-1995                   Ms. Sarah Boyd, Undergraduate Research, UNC Biology.

1994-1995                   Ms. Ana Child, Undergraduate Research, UC-Davis.

1994-1995                   Ms. Deanne Kelly, Undergraduate Research, UNC Biology

1994                            Mr. Craig Zavorskas, Undergraduate Research, CSU/UNC Biology.

1993                            Ms. Barbara Weiben, Undergraduate Research, UNC Biology.

1993                            Mr. Gregory Finnoff, Undergraduate Research, UNC Biology.

1992-1993                   Ms. Christy Beauprez, Undergraduate Research, UNC Biology.

1992-1993                   Ms. Lynn Jones, Undergraduate Research, UNC Biology.

1992-1994                   Ms. Julie Chester, Undergraduate Research, UNC Biology.

1992-1993                   Ms. Elizabeth Simpson, Undergraduate Research, UNC Biology.

1992                            Mr. Todd Brinker, Undergraduate Research, UNC Biology

1992                            Mr. Eric Lieberknecht, Undergraduate Research, UNC Biology

1992                            Ms. Kris Simmons, Undergraduate Research, UNC Biology

1991-1992                   Ms. Gina Lipari, Undergraduate Research, UNC Biology

Undergraduate Honors Theses

 Chinn, C. Estimating microbial biomass in low-production ecosystems. Undergraduate Honors Thesis, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO  80639.

Doles, J.  1998.  Dynamics of soil organisms in apple orchards under conventional and organic management.  Undergraduate Honors Thesis, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO  80639.

Creative Works

Moore, J.C., J. Krumins, E. Berlow, B. Labovic, C. Lai, and G. Zaidan. 2014. Dead stuff – the secret ingredient in our food chain. Video-Animation, TED-Ed, Inc., http://ed.ted.com/lessons/dead-stuff-the-secret-ingredient-in-our-food-chain-john-c-moore

Publications

Theses and Dissertations

Moore, J.C. 1986.  Micro-mesofauna dynamics and functions in dryland wheat-fallow agroecosystems.  Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Zoology and Entomology, Colorado State University, Ft. Collins, CO 80523.

Moore, J.C.  1996.  Influence of productivity and ecological efficiency on food chain length.  Plan B Masters Paper, Department of Statistics, Colorado State University, Ft. Collins, CO  80523.

Moore, J.C.   The effects of atrazine on non-target soil arthropods in no-till corn production.  Masters Thesis, Department of Zoology, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI 48823.

Books

In Preparation

Woodmansee, R.G., J.C. Moore, D.S. Ojima, and D.H. Wall. Systems Ecology: A scientific paradigm for the 21st Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK.

Published

Moore, J.C., P.C. de Ruiter, K.S. McCann, and V. Wolters. 2018. Adaptive Food Webs:  Stability and transitions of real and model ecosystems. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK. 380 pages

Moore, J.C., and P.C. de Ruiter.  Energetic Food Webs: An analysis of real and model ecosystems.  Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK 333 pages.

de Ruiter, P.C., V. Wolters, and J.C. Moore.   Dynamic Food webs: Multispecies assemblages, ecosystem development and environmental change.  Academic Press, San Diego, CA. 590 pages.

Moore, J.C., P.C. de Ruiter, K.S. McCann, and V. Wolters. 2017. Adaptive Food Webs: Stability and transitions of real and model ecosystems. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK. (in press).

Book Chapters

In Preparation

Moore, J.C. et al. Systems Ecology and Environmental Science Literacy, In: Systems Ecology: A scientific paradigm for the 21st century, Woodmansee, R.G., J.C. Moore, D.S. Ojima, and D.H. Wall.. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK.

Published/In Press

Moore, J.C.  2016. LTER and lessons from networked lives. In: Long-term ecological research: Changing the nature of scientists. M.R. Willig, and L.R. Walker (Eds.), Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK.

Shaver, G.R., J.A. Laundre, M.S. Bret-Harte, F. Stuart Chapin, III, A.E. Giblin, L. Gough, S.E. Hobbie, G.W. Kling, C. Mack, J.C. Moore, K.J. Nadelhoffer, E.B. Rastetter, and J.P. Schimel. 2014. Terrestrial Ecosystems at Toolik Lake, Alaska, In: The Arctic LTER Syntheses, J. Hobbie, and G.W. Kling (Eds.), Oxford University Press. Oxford, pp. 90-142.

Moore, J.C.  2013.  Biodiversity, taxonomic verses functional. In: Encyclopedia of Biodiversity 2nd Edition.  S. Levin (Ed.), Elsevier, Oxford, pp. 648-656.

Moore, J.C. and P.C. de Ruiter 2012. Soil food webs in agricultural soils.  In: Microbial Ecology in Sustainable Agroecosystems. Cheeke, T., D.C. Coleman, and D. Wall (Eds.), Taylor and Francis, LLC, pp. 63-88.

Coleman, D.C., V. Gupta, and J.C. Moore 2012. Soil ecology and agroecosystem studies: A dynamic and diverse world. In: Microbial Ecology in Sustainable Agroecosystems. Cheeke, T., D.C. Coleman, and D. Wall (Eds.), Taylor and Francis, LLC, pp. 1-22.

Moore, J.C., and P.C. de Ruiter. Bottom-up Control.  In: Sourcebook in Theoretical Ecology, A. Hastings, and L. Gross (Eds.), University of California Press, Berkeley and Los Angeles, CA, pp. 108-112.

C. de Ruiter, and J.C. Moore.  2012. Top-Down Control.  In: Sourcebook in Theoretical Ecology, A. Hastings, and L. Gross (Eds.), University of California Press, University of California Press, Berkeley and Los Angeles, CA, pp. 739-744.

Shuttlefield, J.D., M. MacGregor, J. Moore.   Quantitative reasoning examples for developing ecologically literate citizens.  In:  Quantitative reasoning and mathematical modeling:  A driver for STEM integrated education and teaching in context, WISDOMe Monograph Vol. 2, L.L. Hatfield, and R. Mayes (Eds.), University of Wyoming College of Education, Laramie, WY, pp. 217-229.

Moore, J.C., J. Sipes, A.A. Whittemore-Olson, H.W. Hunt, D.W. Wall, P.C. de Ruiter, and D.C. Coleman.   Trophic structure and nutrient dynamics of the belowground food web within the rhizosphere of the shortgrass steppe. In: The Shortgrass Steppe Ecosystem, W. Lauenroth, and I. Burke (Eds.), Oxford University Press, New York, pp. 248-269.

Rahm, J., W. Naughton, and J. Moore 2008. What kinds of tools and resources are made available to students through effective guidance in a student-scientist partnership program. In: The transformation of learning: Advances in Cultural-Historical Activity Theory. B. van Oers, E. Elbers, R. van der Veer, and W. Wardekker (Eds.), New York: Cambridge University Press. pp. 342-357.

Debruyn, A.M.H., K.S. McCann, J.C. Moore, and D.R. Strong. 2007. An energetic framework for trophic control. In: From Energetics to Ecosystems for Trophic Control: The Dynamics and Structure of Ecological Systems. Rooney, N., K.S. McCann, D.L.G. Noakes (Eds.). Springer Press, Dordrecth, The Netherlands, pp. 65-85.

Moore, J.C., K. McCann, and P.C. de Ruiter. 2007.  Soil rhizosphere food webs, their stability, and implications for soil processes in ecosystems, In:  The Rhizosphere: An Ecological Perspective. Z.G. Cardon and J.L. Whitbeck (eds), Elsevier Academic Press, San Diego, CA.  pp. 101-123.

Moore, J.C., A. Kazachkov, A.G. Anders, and C. Willis. 2006. The danger of misrepresentations in science education. In: Informal Learning and Public Understanding of Physics. Proceedings of the 3rd International GIREP Seminar, 5-9 September 2005, G. Planinsic, and A. Mohoric (eds.), Ljubljana, Slovenia, pp. 399-404.

Phillips, D.A., T.C. Fox, H. Ferris and J.C. Moore. 2006.  Increases in atmospheric [CO2] and the soil food web. In: Managed Ecosystems and CO2 Case Studies, Processes and Perspectives. J. Nösberger, S. P. Long, R. J. Norby, M. Stitt, G.R. Hendrey and H. Blum (eds), Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg. Chapter 23.

Moore, J.C., R.T. Simpson, K.S. McCann, and P.C. de Ruiter. 2006.  Food web interactions and modeling.  In: Biodiversity in agricultural production systems.  G. Benckiser and S. Schnell (eds.).  Marcel Dekker, New York, pp. 385-398.

Moore, J.C. 2005.  Variations in community architecture as stabilizing mechanisms of food webs: An Introduction to Section 1, In: Dynamic Food webs: Integration of patterns and dynamics. P.C. de Ruiter, V. Wolters, and J.C. Moore (eds.), Academic Press, San Diego, CA. pp. 24-26.

de Ruiter, P.C. and J.C. Moore. 2005.  Food-web interactions.  In: Encyclopedia of Soils in the Environment.  Hatfield, J.L., Powlson, D.S., Rosenzweig, ML., C. Scow, K.M., Singer, M.J., and Sparks, D.L. (eds.), Elsevier, Oxford, UK. pp. 59-66.

McCann, K., M. Koen-Alonso, A. Hastings, and J.C. Moore. 2005. Tribute, In: Dynamic Food webs: Integration of patterns and dynamics. P.C. de Ruiter, V. Wolters, and J.C. Moore (eds.), Academic Press, San Diego, CA. pp. 24-26.

de Ruiter, P.C., V. Wolters, and J.C. Moore. 2005.  Dynamic food webs, multispecies assemblages, ecosystem development, and environmental change. In: Dynamic Food webs: Integration of patterns and dynamics. P.C. de Ruiter, V. Wolters, and J.C. Moore (eds.), Academic Press, San Diego, CA., pp. 3-9.

Sabo, J.L., B.E. Beisner, E.L. Berlow, K. Cuddington, A. Hastings, M. Keon-Alonso, G.D. Kokkoris, K. McCann, C. Melian, and J. Moore.  2005.  Population dynamics and food web structure–Predicting measurable food web properties with minimal detail and resolution.  In: Dynamic Food webs: Integration of patterns and dynamics. P.C. de Ruiter, V. Wolters, and J.C. Moore (eds.), Academic Press, San Diego, CA., pp. 437-450.

de Ruiter, P.C., A. Neutel,  and J.C. Moore 2005.  The balance between productivity and food web structure, In: Biological diversity and function in soils, Usher, M.B., Hopkins, D.W., and R. Bardgett (eds.), Cambridge University Press, UK, pp. 139-153.

King, J.Y., D.G. Milchunas, A. R. Mosier, J. C. Moore, M. H. Quirk, J. A. Morgan, and J. R. Slusser. 2003. Initial impacts of altered UVB radiation on plant growth and decomposition in shortgrass steppe.  In: Proceedings of SPIE – The International Society for Optical Engineering Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA., pp. 384-395.

de Ruiter, P.C., B. Griffiths, and J.C. Moore 2002.  Biodiversity and Stability in Soil Ecosystems: Patterns, Processes and the Effects of Disturbance. In: Biodiversity and Ecosystem Functioning: a current synthesis. M. Loreau, S. Naeem, and P. Inchausti (eds.).  Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK. pp. 102-113.

de Ruiter, P.C., J.C. Moore and  B. Griffiths 2001. Food webs: Interactions and Redundancy in Ecosystems In: Assessing responses to stress in complex ecological systems, D.J. Baird and G.A. Burton Jr. (eds.)  SETAC Pellston Workshop, September 1999.

Moore, J.C. 2001.  Biodiversity, taxonomic verses functional. In: Encyclopedia of Biodiversity.  S. Levin (ed.), Vol. II Academic Press, pp. 205-215.

Moore, J.C. and P.C. de Ruiter. 2000.  Invertebrates in detrital food webs along gradients of productivity. In: Invertebrates as Webmasters in Ecosystems. D.C. Coleman and P.F. Hendrix (eds.), CABI Publishing, Oxford, UK, pp. 161-184.

Moore, J.C., and P.C. de Ruiter. 1997.  Compartmentalization of resource utilization within soil ecosystems. In: Multitrophic Interactions in Terrestrial Systems.  A. Gange and V. Brown (eds.), Blackwell Science, Oxford, pp. 375-393.

Moore, J.C., and P.C. de Ruiter. 1997.  A food web approach to disturbance and ecosystem stability.  In: Ecological Risk Assessment of Contaminants in Soil.  N. van Straalen and H. Lokke (eds).  Chapman and Hall, London, pp. 157-171.

de Ruiter, P.C., A. Neutel, and J.C. Moore. 1996.  Soil-food web interactions and their modeling.  In: Fauna and Soil Ecosystems: Recycling processes, nutrient fluxes, and agricultural production.  G. Benckiser (ed). Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York.

de Ruiter, P.C., A. Neutel, and J.C. Moore. 1995.  Energetics and stability in belowground food webs.  In: Food Webs: Integration of Patterns and Dynamics.  G.A. Polis and K.O. Winemiller (eds.), Chapman and Hall, New York, pp. 201-210.

Moore, J.C., H.W. Hunt and E.T. Elliott.  1991.  Interactions between soil organisms and herbivores.  In: Multi-trophic Level Interactions Among Microorganisms, Plants and Insects.  P. Barbosa, V. Kirschik and C. Jones (eds.), John Wiley and Sons, New York, pp. 105-140.

Elliott, E.T., H.W. Hunt, D.E. Walter, and J.C. Moore. 1986.  Microcosms, mesocosms and ecosystems:  Linking the laboratory to the field.  In: Proceedings of the IV International Symposium on Microbial Ecology, Yugoslavia.  pp. 472-480.

Snider, R.J., J.C. Moore, and J. Subaja. 1985.  Effects of paraquat and atrazine on non-target soil arthropods.  In: A systems Approach to Conservation Tillage, Chapter 14.  Symposium, Gull Lake, Michigan, 1984, pp. 146-153.

 Articles

In Preparation

Pressler, Y., J.C., Moore, M.F., Cotrufo, B., Covitt, S.D., M, Bartholomew, S., Bucko, M., Hunter-Lazslo, A., Morrison, C., Benton, S., Urban. Biochar in the classroom. The American Biology Teacher (in preparation)

Baron, J., S. Advani, J. Allen, C. Boot, K. Denef, S. Denning, E. Hall, J. Moore, H. Reuth, M. Ryan, and E. Shaw. A long-term forest fertilization experiment to understand ecosystem responses to atmospheric nitrogen deposition. Ecology (in preparation).

Asmus, A., A. Koltz, J.C. Moore, R. Simpson, G. Selby, L. Gough, and G. Shaver. An unusually severe wildfire restructures tundra food webs. Ecology Letters (in preparation).

Moore, J.C., R. Boone, A. Koyama, and K. Holfelder. Ecological implications of random awakenings in model ecosystems. Ecology Letters (in preparation).

Moore, J.C., L. Gough, R.T. Simpson, G. Selby, K.A. Wyant, D.R. Johnson, and G.R. Shaver. Aboveground and Belowground Responses to Nutrient Additions and Herbivore Exclusion in Arctic Tundra Ecosystems in Northern Alaska. Nature Geosciences/Ecology Letters/Ecology (in preparation).

Hartley, L.M., J.H. Doherty, C. Harris, J.C. Moore, and C.W. Anderson. A grades 6-12 learning progression for ecological systems. Journal of Research in Science Teaching (in preparation).

Moore, J.C., K. Gunkel, L. Hartley, B. Covett, J. Doherty, C.A. Anderson, A. Berkowitz, A. Whitmer, N. Yestness, et al. Environmental Science Literacy: the dissonance of force dynamic and scientific reasoning. Science (in preparation).

Simpson, R.T., Moore, J.C., and Six, J. Effect of long-term nutrient addition on soil aggregate and organic matter dynamics in a low arctic tussock tundra ecosystem. Ecology Letters (in preparation).

Wyant, K.A., L. Gough, M.L. Draney, and J.C. Moore. Arctic spider community response to manipulation of resource availability and trophic levels: A test of exploitation ecosystem hypothesis on Arctic predators. Journal of Ecology (in preparation).

Melville-Smith, K., M.K. Chelius, L. Weaver, and J.C. Moore. The functional response of the collembolan Folsomia candida (Willem) and its fungal prey under different temperature regimes. Oikos (in preparation).

Horton, H., M. Quirk, R. Horrocks, and J.C. Moore. The effects of introduced wood on the densities of sediment dwelling microbes and invertebrates within Wind Cave, South Dakota, USA. Journal of Cave and Karst Studies (in preparation).

Quirk, M.H., R. Ramirez, H.F. Horton, S. Davis, and J.C. Moore. Ecology in elementary education: Lessons from life under foot.  American Biology Teacher (in preparation).

Chelius, M.K. G. Beresford, A. Morrow-Baker, R. Horrocks, J. Ellers, and J.C. Moore. A springtail of two cities, and Wolbachia mediated speciation. Pedobiologia (in preparation).

Submitted/In Revision

Moore, J.C. Ecosystem Science.  Oxford Bibliographies Scholar One, Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK (Submitted).

Jin, H., P. van Rijn, J.C. Moore, M. Bauer, Y. Pressler, and N. Yestness. Learning progressions for three-dimensional science learning: Challenges and proposed solutions.  International Journal of Science Education  (revision submitted).

Moore, J.C., R. Boone, A. Koyama, and K. Holfelder. Perpetual transient dynamics – dormancy and the persistence of model systems. Theoretical Ecology (in revision).
Published/In Press

Wilkins, K.D, G. Bowser, and J.C. Moore. Celebrating single-species migrations: 30-year-old birding festival in Colorado a model for conservation of the sandhill crane (Grus canadensis). Southwestern Naturalist (accepted).

Koltz, A. M., A. Asmus, L. Gough, Y. Pressler, and J. C. Moore. The detritus-based microbial- invertebrate food web contributes disproportionately to carbon and nitrogen cycling in the Arctic. Polar Biology (in press).

Andrés, P., J.C. Moore, F. Cotrufo, K. Denef , M.L. Haddix, R. Molowny-Horas , M. Riba, and D.H. Wall. Grazing and edaphic properties mediate soil biotic response to altered precipitation patterns in a semiarid prairie. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 113:263-274. doi: 10.1016/j.soilbio.2017.06.022

Pressler, Y., E.J. Foster, J.C. Moore, and M.F. Cotrufo, 2017. Coupled limited irrigation and biochar amendment strategies neither promote nor degrade soil food webs in a maize agroecosystem. Global Change Biology Bioenergy 9: 1344-1355. doi: 10.1111/gcbb.12429.

Zhao, L., H. Zhang, E. O’Gorman, W. Tang, A. Ma, J.C. Moore, S.R. Borrett, and G. Woodward. 2016. The role of weighting and indirect effects in identifying keystone species. Ecology Letters 19:1032-1040. doi: 10.1111/ele.12638

Chaudhary, B., A. Antoninka, J. Bever, J. Cannon, A. Craig, J. Duchicela, A. Frame, C. Gehring, M. Ha, M. Hart, J. Hopkins, B. Ji, N. Johnson, W. Kaonongbua, J. Karst, R. Koide, J. Lamit, L. McCormack, J. Meadow, B. Milligan, J.C. Moore, T. Pendergast, B. Piculell, B. Ramsby, M. Rúa, S. Simard, S. Shrestha, J. Umbanhowar, W. Viechtbauer, L.Walters, G. Wilson, P. Zee, and J. Hoeksema. 2016. MycoDB: A global database of plant response to mycorrhizal fungi. Scientific Data 3:160028. DOI: 10.1038/sdata.2016.28

Rahm, J., and J.C. Moore. 2016. A case study of long-term engagement and hybrid positioning: Insights into the STEM pathways of underrepresented youth. Journal of Research in Science Teaching 53:768-801. doi:10.1002/tea.21268

Andrés, P., J.C. Moore, R.T. Simpson, G. Selby, F. Cotrufo, K. Denef, M.L. Haddix, E.S. Shaw, C. Milano de Tomasel, R. Molowny-Horas, D.H. Wall. 2016. Soil food web stability in response to grazing in a semi-arid prairie: The importance of soil heterogeneity. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 97:131-143.  doi:10.1016/j.soilbio.2016.02.014

Fetcher N., S.J. Agosta, J.C. Moore, J.A. Stratford, and M.A. Steele. 2015. Evidence of compartmentalization of energy flow based on C3 and C4 pathways in a reclaimed ecosystem. Restoration Ecology doi:10.1111/rec.12202.

Wolkovich, E.M., S. Allesina, K.L. Cottingham, J.C. Moore, S.A. Sandin, and C. de Mazancourt. Linking the green and brown worlds: The prevalence and effect of multi-channel omnivory in food webs.  Ecology 12:3376-3386.

Koyama, A., M.D. Wallenstein, R.T. Simpson, and J.C. Moore. 2014. Soil microbial community compositions altered by increased nutrient availability in Arctic tundra soils. Frontiers in Microbiology 5(516):1-16. doi:10.3389/fmicb.2014.00516.

Moore, J.C., R. Boone, A. Koyama, and K. Holfelder. 2014. Enzymatic and detrital influences on the structure, function, and dynamics of spatially-explicit model ecosystems. Biogeochemistry 117:205-227.

Koyama, A., M.D. Wallenstein, R.T. Simpson, and J.C. Moore. 2013. Enzyme activities altered by increased nutrient availability in Arctic tundra soils. PLoS ONE 8(10):e277212. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0077212.

Sistla, S.A., J.C. Moore, R.T. Simpson, L. Gough, G.R. Shaver, and J.P. Schimel. 2013. Long-term warming restructures Arctic tundra without changing net soil carbon storage. Nature 497:615-618.

Beresford, G.W., G.N. Selby, and J.C. Moore. 2013. Lethal and sub-lethal effects of UV-B radiation exposure on the collembolan Folsomia candida (Willem) in the laboratory.  Pedobiologia 56:89-95.

Hagen, E.M., K.E. McCluney, K.A. Wyant, C.U. Soykan, A.C. Keller, K.C. Luttermose, E.J. Holmes. J.C. Moore, and J.L. Sabo. A meta-analysis of the effects of detritus on primary producers and consumers in marine, freshwater and terrestrial ecosystems.  Oikos 121:1507-1515.

Gough, L., J.C. Moore, G.R. Shaver, R.T. Simpson, and D.R. Johnson. 2012. Above- and belowground responses to increased nutrients in Arctic tundra:  Implications for understanding of carbon cycling.  Ecology 93:1683-1694.

Robertson, G.P., N. Brokaw, S. Collins, H. Ducklow, D. Foster, T.L. Gragson, C. Gries, S. Hamilton, D. McGuire, J.C. Moore, E. Stanley, R. Waide, and M.W. Williams. 2012. Long term ecological research in a human dominated world.  BioScience 62:342-353.

Wyant, K.A., M.L. Draney, and J.C. Moore.   Epigeal spider (Araneae) communities of the Moist Acidic and Dry Heath tundra at Toolik Lake, Alaska.  Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 43:301-312.

Newman, G., A. Crall, M. Laituri, J. Graham, T. Stohlgren, J.C. Moore, K. Kodrich, K.A. Holfelder. Teaching citizen science skills online: Implications for invasive species training programs. Applied Environmental Education and Communication 9:276-286.

Jordan, T.E., O.E. Sala, S.G. Stafford, J.L. Bubier, J.C. Crittenden, S.L. Cutter, A.C. Kay, G.D. Libecap, J.C. Moore, N.N. Rabalais, J.M. Shepard, and J. Travis.   Tipping our Science: New NSF Report Recommends Interdisciplinary Approach to Study Natural and Social Systems.  EOS 91:143-144.

Hoeksema J.D., V.B. Chaudhary, C.A. Gehring, N.C. Johnson, J. Karst, R.T. Koide, A. Pringle, C. Zabinski, J.D. Bever, J.C. Moore, G.W.T. Wilson, J.N. Klironomos, and J. Umbanhowar. A meta-analysis of context-dependency in plant response to mycorrhizal fungi.  Ecology Letters 13:394-407.

Stafford, S.G., D.M. Bartels, S. Begay-Campbell, J.L. Bubier, J.C. Crittenden, S.L. Cuttter, J.R. Delaney, T.E. Jordan, A.C. Kay, G.D. Libecap, J.C. Moore, N.N. Rabalais, D. Rejeski, O.E. Sala, J.M. Shepherd, J. Travis. 2010. A call to action: Transitions and tipping points in complex environmental systems.  Environment 52:38-45.

Ayers, E., H. Steltzer, B.L. Simmons, R.T. Simpson, J.M. Steinweg, M.D. Wallenstein, N. Mellor, W.J. Parton, J.C. Moore, D.H. Wall. 2009. Home-field advantage accelerates leaf litter decomposition in forests.  Soil Biology and Biochemistry 41:606-610.

Johnson, N.C., V.B. Chaudhary, J.D. Hoeksema, J.C. Moore, A. Pringle, J.A. Umbanhower, and G.W.T. Wilson. 2009. Mysterious mycorrhizae? A field trip and classroom experiment to demystify symbioses formed between plants and fungi.  The American Biology Teacher 71:424-429.

Chelius, M.K., G. Beresford, H. Horton, M. Quirk, G. Selby, R.T. Simpson, R. Horrocks, and J.C. Moore. Impacts of Alterations of Organic Inputs on the Bacterial Community within the sediments of Wind Cave, South Dakota, USA.  International Journal of Speleology 38:17-26.

Rooney, N., K. McCann, and J.C. Moore. 2008. A metabolic theory for food webs on the landscape. Ecology Letters 11:867-881.

Rooney, N., K. McCann, G. Gellner, and J.C. Moore. 2006. Structural asymmetry and the stability of diverse food webs. Nature 442:265-269.

Johnson, N.C., J.D. Hoeksema, L. Abbott, J. Bever, V.B. Chaudhary, C. Gehring, J. Klironomos, R. Koide, R.M. Miller, J.C. Moore, P. Moutoglis, M. Schwartz, S. Simard, W. Swenson, J. Umbanhowar, G. Wilson, and C. Zabinski. 2006. From Lilliput to Brobdingnag: Extending models of mycorrhizal function across scales.  Bioscience 56:889-900.

Pritekel, C., A. Whittemore-Olson, N. Snow, and J.C. Moore. 2006. Impacts from invasive plant species and their control on the plant community and belowground ecosystem at Rocky Mountain National Park, USA. Applied Soil Ecology 32:132-141.

Kazachkov, A., D. Kryuchkov, C. Willis, and J.C. Moore. 2006. An atmospheric pressure ping-pong ‘ballometer.’ The Physics Teacher 44:492-495.

Moore, J.C. K. McCann, and P.C. de Ruiter. 2005. Modeling trophic pathways, nutrient cycling, and dynamic stability in soils. Pedobiologia 49:499-510.

de Ruiter, P.C., V. Wolters, J.C. Moore, and K. Winemiller. 2005. Food Web Ecology: Playing Jenga and Beyond. Science 309:68-71.

Moore, J.C., P. Saunders, G. Selby, H. Horton, M.K. Chelius, A. Chapman, and R.D. Horrocks. 2005. The distribution and life history of Arrhopalites caecus (Tullberg): Order: Collembola, in Wind Cave, South Dakota, USA. Journal of Cave and Karst Studies 67:110–119.

Rahm, J., M-P Reny, and J.C. Moore. 2005. The role of after-school and summer science programs in the lives of urban youth. School Science and Mathematics 105:1-9.

Moore, J.C., E.L. Berlow, D.C. Coleman, P.C. de Ruiter, Q. Dong, A. Hastings, N. Collins-Johnson, K. S. McCann, K. Melville, P.J. Morin, K. Nadelhoffer, A.D. Rosemond, D.M. Post, J.L. Sabo, K.M. Scow, M.J. Vanni, and D. Wall.   Detritus, Trophic Dynamics, and Biodiversity.  Ecology Letters 7:584-600.

Milchunas, D.G., J.Y. King, A.R. Mosier, J.C. Moore, J.A. Morgan, M.H. Quirk, and J.R. Slusser. 2004. UV Radiation effects on plant growth and forage quality in a shortgrass steppe ecosystem. Photochemistry and Photobiology 79:404-410.

Chelius, M. K., and J.C. Moore. 2004. Molecular phylogenetic analysis of Archaea and Bacteria in Wind Cave, South Dakota. Geomicrobiology Journal 21:123-134.

Schröter D., L. Brussaard, G. De Deyn, K. Poveda, V.K. Brown, M.P. Berg, D.A. Wardle, J. Moore, D.H. Wall. 2004. Trophic interactions in a changing world: modelling aboveground-belowground interactions. Special issue on Above and Belowground Interactions, edited by W. Van Der Putten, P.C. de Ruiter, M. Bezemer and J. Harvey. Basic and Applied Ecology 5:515-528.

Trautman, N.M, W.S. Carlsen, C.J. Fick, F.E. Gardner, L. Kenyon, J.C. Moore, H. Moscovici, M. Thomson. 2003. Peer review:  Learning science as science is practiced.  Journal of College Science Teaching XXXII:443-447.

Rahm, J., H.C. Miller, L. Hartley and J.C. Moore.   The value of an emergent notion of authenticity: examples from two student/teacher-scientist partnership programs.  Journal of Research in Science Teaching 40:737-756.

Montgomery, C.E., S.P. Mackessy, and J.C. Moore.   Body size variation in the Texas Horned Lizard, Phrynosoma cornutum, from Central Mexico to Colorado.  Journal of Herpetology, 37:550-553.

Moore, J.C., K. McCann, Setälä and P.C. de Ruiter. 2003.  Top-down is bottom-up: Does predation in the rhizosphere regulate aboveground production.  Ecology 84:84-857.

Doles, J.L., R.J. Zimmerman, and J.C. Moore.   Soil microarthropod community structure and dynamics in organic and conventionally managed apple orchards in Western Colorado, USA. Applied Soil Ecology 18:83-96

Moore, J.C., B.B. Tripp, R. Simpson, and D.C. Coleman.   A springtail in the classroom:  Folsomia candida as a model for inquiry-based laboratories.  American Biology Teacher 62:512-519.

Wall, D.W. and J.C. Moore.   Interactions underground: soil biodiversity, mutualism and ecosystem processes.  BioScience 49:109-117.

de Ruiter, P.C., A. Neutel, and J.C. Moore.   Biodiversity in soil ecosystems – the role of energy flow and community stability.  Applied Soil Ecology 10:217-228.

Moore, J.C., P.C. de Ruiter, H.W. Hunt, D.C. Coleman, and D.W. Freckman. 1996. Microcosms in soil ecology: Critical Linkages between field and modelling data.  Ecology 77:694-705.

de Ruiter, P.C., A. Neutel, and J.C. Moore.   Energetics, patterns of interaction strengths, and stability in real ecosystems.  Science 269:1257-1260.

de Ruiter, P.C., A. Neutel, and J.C. Moore.   Modelling food webs and nutrient cycling in agroecosystems.  TREE 9:378-383

Moore, J.C.   Impact of agricultural practices on soil food web structure: Theory and Application.  Agriculture Ecosystems and Environment 51:239-247.

Moore, J.C., and P.C. de Ruiter 1993. Assessment of Disturbance on Soil Ecosystems. Veterinary Parasitology 48:75-85.

Moore, J.C., P.C. de Ruiter, and H.W. Hunt.   Soil invertebrate/micro-invertebrate interactions: disproportionate effects of species on food web structure and function. Veterinary Parasitology 48:247-260.

Moore, J.C., P.C. de Ruiter, and H.W. Hunt.   The influence of productivity on the stability of real and model ecosystems. Science 261:906-908.

de Ruiter, P.C., J.A. Van Veen, C. Moore,  L. Brussaard, and H.W. Hunt.  1993.  Calculation of nitrogen mineralization in soil food webs.  Plant and Soil 157:263-273.

de Ruiter, P.C., J.C. Moore, Zwart, K.B., Bloem, J.B., Bouwman, L.A., Hassink, J. Marinissen, J.Y.C., Didden, W.A.M., De Vos, J.A., Lebbink, G. and Brussaard, L. 1993. Simulation of nitrogen mineralization in the belowground food webs of two winter wheat fields.  Journal of Applied Ecology 30:95-106.

Noordwijk, M. van, P.C. de Ruiter, K.B. Zwart, J. Bloem, and J.C. Moore.   Synlocation of biological activity, roots, cracks and recent organic inputs in a sugar beet field.  Geoderma 56:265-276.

Moore, J.C., and P. C. de Ruiter.   Temporal and spatial heterogeneity of trophic interactions within belowground food webs:  An analytical approach to understand multi-dimensional systems.  Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 34:371-397.

Hunt, H.W., M. J. Trlica, E. F. Redente, J.C. Moore, J.K. Detling, T.G.F. Kittel, D.E. Walter, M.C. Fowler, D.A. Klein, and E.T. Elliott.   Simulation model of the ecosystem level effects of climate change in temperate grasslands.  Ecological Modelling.  53:205-246.

Moore, J.C., H. J.C. Zwetsloot, and P.C. de Ruiter.   Statistical analysis and simulation of belowground food webs.  Netherlands Journal of Agricultural Sciences 38:303-316.

Carpenter, A.T., J.C. Moore, and E.F. Redente.    Plant community structural dynamics in relation to nutrient addition following a major disturbance in a semiarid ecosystem.  Plant and Soil 126:91-99.

Coleman, D.C., E.R. Ingham, J.C. Moore, E.T. Elliott, H.W. Hunt, and C.P.P. Reid.   Seasonal and faunal effects on decomposition in semiarid prairie, meadow and lodgepole pine forest.  Pedobiologia 34:207-219.

Moore, J.C., D.E. Walter, and H.W. Hunt.   Habitat compartmentation and environmental correlates to food chain length.  Science 243:238-239.

Ingham, E.R., D.C. Coleman and J.C. Moore.   An analysis of food-web structure and function in a shortgrass prairie, a mountain meadow, and a lodge pole pine forest.  Biology and Fertility of Soils 8:29-37.

Redente, E.F., M.E. Biondini, and J.C. Moore.   Observations on biomass dynamics of a crested wheatgrass and native shortgrass ecosystems in southern Wyoming.  Journal of Range Management 42:113-118.

Walter, D.E., J.C. Moore, and S.J. Loring.   Symphylella sp. (Symphyla: Scolopendrellidae) predators of arthropods and nematodes in grassland soils.  Pedobiologia 33:113-116.

Moore, J.C.   Influence of soil microarthropods on belowground symbiotic and non-symbiotic mutualisms.  Interactions between soil inhabiting invertebrates and microorganisms in relation to plant growth.  Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 24:147-159.

Moore, J.C., and H.W. Hunt. 1988. Resource compartmentation and the stability of real ecosystems.  Nature 333:261-263.

Moore, J.C., D.E. Walter, and H.W. Hunt.   Arthropod regulation of micro-and mesobiota in belowground detrital food webs.  Annual Review of Entomology 33:419-439.

Moore, J.C., E.R. Ingham, and D.C. Coleman.   Inter- and intraspecific feeding selectivity of Folsomia candida (Willem) (Collembola, Isotomidae) on fungi.  Biology and Fertility of Soil 5:6-12.

Hunt, H.W., D.C. Coleman, E.R. Ingham, R.E. Ingham, E.T. Elliott, J.C. Moore, S.L. Rose, C.P.P. Reid, and C.R. Morley.   The detrital food web in a shortgrass prairie.  Biology and Fertility of Soil 3:57-68.

Walter, D.E., J.B. Kethley, and J.C. Moore.   A heptane flotation method for recovering microarthropods from semiarid soils, with comparison to the Merchant-Crossley high gradient method and estimates of microarthropod biomass. Pedobiologia 30:221-232.

Ingham, E.R., J.A. Trofymow, R.N. Ames, H.W. Hunt, C.R. Morley, J.C. Moore, and D.C. Coleman.   Trophic interactions and nitrogen cycling in a semiarid grassland soil.  Part I.  Seasonal dynamics of the natural populations, their interactions and effects on nitrogen cycling.  Journal of Applied Ecology 23:597-614.

Ingham, E.R., J.A. Trofymow, R.N. Ames, H.W. Hunt, C.R. Morley, J.C. Moore, and D.C. Coleman.   Trophic interactions and nitrogen cycling in a semiarid grassland soil.  Part II.  System responses to removal of different groups of soil microbes or fauna.  Journal of Applied Ecology 23:615-630.

Moore, J.C., T.V. St. John, and D.C. Coleman.   Ingestion of vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal hyphae and spores by soil microarthropods.  Ecology 66:1979-1981.

Moore, J.C., J.A. Trofymow, and C.R. Morley.   A technique to decontaminate soil microarthropods for introduction to gnotobiotic systems.  Pedobiologia 28:185-190.

Moore, J.C., R.J. Snider, and L.S. Robertson.   Effects of different management practices on Collembola and Acarina in corn production systems.  I. The effects of no-till and Atrazine.  Pedobiologia 26:143-152.

Elliott, E.T., K. Horton, J.C. Moore, D.C. Coleman, and C.V. Cole.   Mineralization dynamics in fallow dryland wheat plots, Colorado.  Plant and Soil 79:149-155.

Letters

Ojima, D.S., D.H. Wall, J. Moore, K. Galvin, N.T. Hobbs, H.W. Hunt, K. Paustian, D. Swift, R.B. Boone, R.T. Conant, J. Klein, L. Christensen, M. Sankaran, J. Ratnam, E. Ayers, H. Stelzer, B. Simmons, C. Williams.  2006.  Don’t sell science short.  Science 312:1470

Book Reviews

Moore, J.C.  1993.  Review of:  DeAngelis, D.L. 1992.  Dynamics of Nutrient Cycling and Food Webs, Chapman and Hall, London, 270 pp., Ecology 74:966-967.

GRANTS AND CONTRACTS (all dollar quotes and timelines are estimates)

Current Funding

PI on USDA grant: Integrative Agroecology and Sustainability Fellows Program. Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory, Colorado State University, $281,475 (10/1/16-9/30/18). PI: J. Moore, Co-PI: Arathi Seshadri

PI on NSF grant: STEM-C Comp Hydro: Integrating data, computation, and visualization for model-based water literacy.  Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory, Colorado State University, $2,199,000 (10/1/15-9/31/18). PI: J. Moore, Co-PI: A. Berkowitz (CIE), B. Covitt (UMt), and K. Gunkel (UA).

PI on NSF grant:  Pathways to Environmental Science and Sustainability, $608,000 (4/1/2014-3/31/18), PI: J. Moore, Co-PI: R. Boone, R Conant, S. Kampf, O. Felix.

PI on USDA grant: Northern Colorado WAMS Initiative. Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory, Colorado State University, $259,000 (9/1/13-8/31/16). PI: J. Moore, Co-PI: R. Boone, R. Conant, O. Felix, S. Kamp, M Wallenstein.

Co-PI on NSF grant: IRES: Student-led Coupled Systems Research in the Drylands of East Africa. Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory, Colorado State University, $249,994 (10/1/15-9/31/17). PI: Co-PI: R, Boone, K. Galvin, J. Moore.

Co-PI on USDA CSREES grant: Training the first generation of greenhouse gas accounting professionals.  Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory, Colorado State University, $246,000 (9/1/15-8/31/20).  PI:  R. Conant Co-PI: S. Ogle, and J. Moore.

Co-PI on USDA NIFA grant: Sustainable biofuel feedstocks from beetle-kill wood:  Bioenergy alliance network of the rockies (BANR), Crop and Soil Science, Colorado State University, $10,000,000 (9/1/13-8/31/18).  PI: K. Paustian Co-PI: F. Cotrufo, P. Evangelista, K. Mackes, J. Moore, K. Reardon.

Past Funding

PI on NSF grant: (MSP) Culturally relevant ecology, learning progressions, and environmental literacy.  Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory, Colorado State University, $279,000 (10/1/12-9/31/14). PI: J. Moore Co-PI: A. Berkowitz (CIE).

PI on NSF grant: (MSP) Culturally relevant ecology, learning progressions, and environmental literacy.  Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory, Colorado State University, $12,500,000 (10/1/08-9/31/14). PI: J. Moore Co-PI: C. Anderson (MSU), A. Berkowitz (CIE), R. Tschillard (Greeley District 6), A. Whitmer (GU).

PI on NASA grant: Climate Change Education. Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory, Colorado State University, $43,800 (9/1/12-8/31/14).  PI: J. Moore Co-PI:  R. Boone, S. Kampf.

PI on NASA grant: Climate Change Education.  Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory, Colorado State University, $399,500 (9/1/10-8/31/14).  PI: J. Moore Co-PI:  R. Boone, L. Prihodko, M. Wallenstein.

PI on NSF grant: NSF LTER: Shortgrass Steppe Long Term Ecological Research.  Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory, Colorado State University, $1,914,000 (11/1/10-10/31/13).  PI: J. Moore Co-PI M. Antolin, J. Derner, N. Kaplan, E. Kelly.

PI on NSF grant: NSF LTER:  Shortgrass Steppe Long Term Ecological Research.  Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory, Colorado State University, $150,000 (10/1/12-1/31/14).  PI: J. Moore Co-PI M. Antolin, J. Derner, N. Kaplan, E. Kelly.

PI on NSF grant:  (OPP-Collaborative) A biotic awakening: How do invertebrates, microbes, and plants determine soil organic matter responses to release from nutrient limitations in arctic tundra. Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory, Colorado State University, $764,369 (9/1/09-8/31/13).  PI: J. Moore and L. Gough (UTA) Co-PI: M. Wallenstein, W. Parton.

PI on USDA CSREES grant: Research opportunities in ecosystem science and environmental sustainability.  Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory, Colorado State University, $234,000 (9/1/08-8/31/13).  PI:  J. Moore Co-PI: R. Conant, H. Steltzer, M. Wallenstein.

PI/Mentor on NSF grant:  Dissertation research:  Dynamics of labile organic fractions in Arctic soils. Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory, Colorado State University, $13,150 (9/1/09-8/31/11).  PI: R. Simpson PI/Mentor: J. Moore.

PI on USDA CSREES grant: Summer Soil Institute:  Addressing environmental challenges with current and emerging techniques. Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory, Colorado State University, $150,000 (9/1/09-8/31/13).  PI:  J. Moore Co-PI: T. Borsch, F. Cotrufo, E. Kelly, M. Stromberger, M. Wallenstein, D. Wall.

PI on NSF grant:  (GK-12 Track II) Graduate teaching Fellows:  Human impact along the Front Range in Colorado. MAST Institute, University of Northern Colorado, $1,400,000 (4/1/05-3/31/11).  PI: J. Moore Co-PI: W. Hoyt, D. Swift (CSU), C. Seemueler (Poudre R1), R. Tschillard (District 6).

PI on Colorado Department of Education grant: Shortgrass Steppe MSP: Science on the Front Range Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory, $404,000  (9/1/07-8/31/10).  PI:  J. Moore.

PI on CDE grant: Northern Colorado High Plains mathematics and science partnership for teachers and students, $230,808.  (1/15/05-9/30/06)  MAST Institute, University of Northern Colorado, PI: J. Moore Co-PI: J. Novak

PI on supplement to NSF grant:  (GK-12) Graduate Teaching Fellows:  Human impact along the Front Range in Colorado. UNC MAST Institute, University of Northern Colorado, $92,500. (9/1/01-12/31/05). PI: J. Moore Co-PI: W. Hoyt, W. Blubaugh, D. Swift (CSU).

PI on NSF grant to National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis (NCEAS): Detritus and dynamics of populations, food webs and communities. University of Northern Colorado, Florida International University and University of California – Davis, Davis, CA., $42,400. (6/1/00-5/31/06) PI: J. Moore Co-PI:  Q. Dong (FIU), D. Strong (UC-Davis).

Co-PI on USDA CSREES grant: Research opportunities in agricultural biosecurity: strengthening science and management of invasive species.  Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory, Colorado State University, $234,000 (9/1/10-8/31/15).  PI:  S. Kumar Co-PI: C. Brown, P. Evangelista, J. Graham, J. Hanzlik, J. Moore, and T. Stohlgren.

Co-PI on NSF grant: Dry season biogeochemistry of California ecosystems.  Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory, Colorado State University, $88,542 (2/1/07-1/31/11) from University of California Santa Barbara.  PI:  J. Schimel Co-PI:  J. Moore, J. Treseder.

Co-PI on NSF grant: (DUE UBM Institutional) Towards a flexible and extendable scientific undergraduate experience (FeSCUE).  Department of Mathematics, Colorado State University, $903,992 (1/1/07-12/31/14).  PI: S. Tavener Co-PI: M. Antolin, D. Estep, J. Moore, C. Webb.

Co-PI on NSF grant: NSF LTER:  Shortgrass Steppe Long Term Ecological Research.  Department of Biology, Colorado State University, $1,640,000 (11/1/08-10/31/11).  PI: M. Antolin Co-PI E. Kelly, W. Lauenroth, J. Moore, J. Morgan.

Co-PI on NSF grant: Teaching Ecosystem Complexity through Field Science Inquiry.  Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory, Colorado State University ($120,000),  $887,820 (6/15/06-6/14/10) to Portland State University, PI:  Marion Dresner, Co-PI: A. Moldenke, A. Lugo, J. Moore.

Co-PI on NSF grant: Center for Learning and Teaching in the West. Montana State University, $9,999,000 (10/1/01-12/31/06). PI: E. Swansen Co-PI: L. Krussel, P. Kennedy, M. Cummings, J. Moore.

Co-PI on NSF-LTER grant:  Long Term Ecological Research – Shortgrass Steppe.  Department of Range Science and Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory, ~$3,300,000 for 6 years. Project sub-contract to UNC of $60,000 over 6 years.  (10/1/02-9/31/08). PI: E. Kelly Co-PI: M. Antolin, I. Burke, W. Lauenroth, J. Moore.

Co-PI on NSF grant: MRI: Acquisition of an Atomic Force Microscope. School of Chemistry, Earth Science and Physcis. $150,000.  (9/1/05-8/31/08).  PI: K. Pacheco Co-PI: C. Fields, S. Mackessy, A. Morrow, and J. Moore

Co-PI on NSF grant: NUE: Developing undergraduate nanoscale experiences for the sciences (Project Dunes). MAST Institute, University of Northern Colorado.189,000. (9/1/05-8/31/07). PI: K. Pacheco, Co-PI: J. Moore, R. Schwenz, A. Morrow, G. Suites.

Co-PI on NSF grant: Biology Field Station at the Shortgrass Steppe. Colorado State University. $232,000 (9/1/05-8/31/08).  PI: I. Burke, Co-PI: W. Lauenroth, J. Moore, et al.

PI (UNC) on NSF grant:  Native Americans and Environmental Education. MAST Institute, University of Northern Colorado.  $68,400 (8/31/04-7/31/05). PI: G. Kelly (CSU) subcontracted Co-PI: J. Moore, L. Reinsvold, R. Wang.

PI (UNC) on NSF grant:  Education in the Environment (EDEN) supplement to the SGS-LTER. MAST Institute, University of Northern Colorado. $42,500. (8/1/05-7/31/06).  PI: A. Anderson (MSU), subcontracted Co-PI: A. Whitmer (UCSB), A. Berkowitz (CES), J. Moore.

PI (UNC) on NSF grant: TE: Forest science inquiry project: Forest science mentoring and research for middle and high school science education. $98,330 to UNC. (6/1/01-12/31/06).  PI:  M. Dresner (PSU), Subcontract to J. Moore.

PI (UNC) on NSF grant: Biocomplexity: Coupling rhizosphere biochemical cycles to plant growth under different levels of carbon dioxide. UC-Davis, $2,273,400 with $130,000 to UNC. (10/31/01-12/31/06).  PI: D.A. Phillips (UCD), Subcontract to J. Moore.

PI (UNC) on NSF grant: RAMHSS supplement to the SGS-LTER: Research in prairie dog ecology. $30,000. (7/1/03-10/1/08). PI: Gene Kelly (CSU) subcontracted Co-PI: J. Moore

PI on Bohemian Foundation grant: One if by day, two if by sea, $22,000 (3/1/08-2/28/09).  PI: J. Moore. Co-PI: Jim Graham.

PI on NSF grant:  (GK-12) Graduate teaching Fellows:  Human impact along the Front Range in Colorado. MAST Institute, University of Northern Colorado, $1,409,000 with >$300,000 in UNC matching funds. (6/1/01-6/31/05).  Co-PI: W. Hoyt, W. Blubaugh, R. Mayes, D. Swift (CSU).

Co-PI on CDE grant: Northern Colorado High Plains mathematics and science partnership for teachers and students.  Year 1 – $226,395. (1/15/04-12/31/04). MAST Institute, University of Northern Colorado, PI: C. Peterson, Co-PI: J. Moore, W. Hoyt, J. Novak

PI on NPS grant:  Ecosystem impacts resulting from the use of herbicides.  Department of Biological Sciences, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO., $65,340. (8/1/00-5/31/03).  PI:  J. Moore, Co-PI: Neil Snow.

PI on DOE grant: Math and Science Upward Bound Program (COSMOS II). MAST Institute, University of Northern Colorado, $1,304,517 with $369,533 in UNC matching funds. (6/1/02-12/31/04). PI: J. Moore, Co-PI: R. Mayes

PI on NSF grant: RUI: Structure of a cave ecosystem.  Department of Biological Sciences, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO,  $299,410 for 3 years with ~$13,500 in UNC matching funds. (6/1/99-12/31/02). Co-PI:  E. Andrews.

Co-PI on NSF grant: RUI:  Acquisition of Microscopy Equipment for Research and Research Training in Biology. $236,102. (9/1/01-8/31/04).  PI: C. Peterson, Co-PI:  C. Gardiner, J. Moore

PI  on New Centuries Energy (NCE) Foundation grant:  UNC-NCE Outreach Partnership.  Center for Precollegiate Studies and Outreach, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO,  $20,000 for 1 year. (6/1/00-12/31/01). Co-PI: L. Purdy.

PI on Colorado Heritage Foundation award: Department of Biological Sciences, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO.,  $14,700 for 1 year. (3/1/99-12/31/00).

Co-PI on CCHE grant:  Development of on-line courses for an MA in Natural Sciences.  $89,000. (3/1/03-9/30/03). PI: C. Peterson, Co-PI: J. Moore.

PI (UNC) on NSF-LTER grant:  Long Term Ecological Research. – Shortgrass Steppe.  Department of Range Science and Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory. $3,300,000 for 6 years. Project sub-contract to UNC of $90,000 over 6 years.  (10/1/96-9/31/02). PI: I. Burke (CSU) subcontract to J. Moore.

PI (UNC) on NSF/USDA interagency grant:  Long-term impact of elevated CO2 on shortgrass steppe ecosystem dynamics and trace gas exchange.  USDA/ARS, Natural Resource Ecology laboratory, Colorado State University, Ft. Collins, and Department of Biological Sciences, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO., $614,935 requested with $50,000 to UNC (2/1/99-12/31/02).  PI:  Arvin Mosier (ARS) Co-PI: Jack Morgan (ARS), Dennis Ojima (CSU), William Parton (CSU), and D. Milchunas (CSU), subcontracted to J. Moore.

C0-PI on DOEd grant:  Math and Science Upward Bound Program. UNC Arts and Science Advising Center, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO.  $1,088,641 with $88,126 in UNC matching funds (11/1/95-10/31/00). PI: P. Endicot,  Co-PI: G. Canales, R. Mayes, E. Rennaker, J. Moore.

PI (UNC) on NSF grant: SGS-LTER: Development of schoolyard LTER. $15,000 for 1 year (7/1/03-6/30/04). PI: E. Kelly (CSU) subcontracted Co-PI: J. Moore

PI (UNC) on NSF grant: RAMHSS supplement to the SGS-LTER: An assessment of the scaling of schoolyard LTER demonstration plots. $30,000. (7/1/00-10/1/02). PI: I. Burke (CSU) subcontract to J. Moore.

PI (UNC) on NSF grant: RAMHSS supplement to the SGS-LTER: An assessment of the scaling of schoolyard LTER demonstration plots. Center for Precollegiate Studies and Outreach, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO, $15,000. (6/1/00-12/31/01). PI: I. Burke (CSU) subcontract to J. Moore.

PI (UNC) on NSF grant: SGS-LTER: Development of schoolyard LTER. $15,000 for 1 year. (7/1/00-10/1/01). PI: I. Burke (CSU) subcontract to J. Moore & J. Rahm.

PI (UNC) on NSF grant: Shortgrass Steppe LTER: Development of schoolyard LTERs. Department of Biological Sciences, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO.,  $15,000 for 1 year. (2/1/99-12/31/00). PI: I. Burke  subcontracted to J. Moore & E. Andrews.

PI on NSF grant: REU supplement to RUI: Trophic structure of a cave ecosystem.  Department of Biological Sciences, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO  $5,000. (6/1/00-12/31/01). .

PI on New Centuries Energy (NCE) Foundation grant:  UNC-NCE Outreach Partnership.  Center for Precollegiate Studies and Outreach, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO.,  $20,000 for 1 year. (6/1/00-12/31/01). PI: J. Moore, Co-PI: L. Purdy

Co-PI on EXCELL Energy Foundation grant: UNC Mentor Program.  $15,000 for 1 year. (6/1/01-12/31/02).  PI:  L. Purdy Co-PI: J. Moore

PI/Mentor to Post-Doctoral Fellow (E. Andrews):  NSF Post-doctoral fellowships in Science, Mathematics, Engineering and Technology Education:  Use of an integrated curriculum for overcoming negative synergies in math and science education. $104,000 with $2,500 in UNC matching funds. (9/97-12/99). PI: E. Andrews, Co-PI: J. Moore, G. Saunders.

PI (UNC) on NSF grant: RAMHSS supplement to the SGS-LTER. Department of Biological Sciences, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO.,  $12,000 with $1,500 in UNC matching funds. (6/1/98-12/31/99). PI: I. Burke subcontracted to J. Moore.

PI/Recipient on Hewlett-Packard award:  Request for Equipment.  Department of Biological Sciences, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO.  $1,737 to purchase 3 HP digital cameras and printer. PI: J. Moore Co-PI:  A. Ratcliffe.

PI on NSF award:  NSF Young Investigator: Impacts of disturbance on soil food webs.  Department of Biology, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO.  $100,000.00 for 5 years – with matching funds the award is $500,000 to year 6. (6/1/92-12/31/98). Actual award amount ~$420,000.

PI on Earthwatch grant:  Student Challenge Awards Program: A study of the trophic interactions along a productivity gradient within Wind Cave.  Department of Biological Sciences, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO. $8,400 with $500 in UNC matching funds. (8/2/98-8/20/98). PI: J. Moore Co-PI:  E. Andrews.

PI on US Park Service grant:  A survey of biotic and trophic interactions within Wind Cave and Jewel Cave, South Dakota.  Department of Biology, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO.  $56,293 with $10,000 in UNC matching funds.  (6/1/92-7/31/97) PI: J. Moore Co-PI:  J. Clarke.

PI on NSF grant:  RUI-Experimental tests of microclimate, substrate quality, and soil properties on decomposer specificity in adjacent lodgepole pine and mountain ecosystems.  Department of Biology, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO.  $230,000 with $30,000 in UNC matching funds. (7/15/91-12/31/95).  PI: J. Moore Co-PI: R. Riensvold

PI on NSF grant:  REU Supplemental funding request for DEB-92-57710.  Department of Biology, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO.  $10,000. (6/15/97-6/15/98).

PI on NSF grant:  REU Supplemental funding request for BSR-91-06972.  Department of Biology, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO.  $4,750. (6/15/95-6/15/96).

PI on NSF grant:  REU Supplemental funding request for BSR-91-06972.  Department of Biology, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO.  $9,875. (6/15/92-6/15/93).

PI on NSF grant:  REU Supplemental funding request for BSR-91-06972.  Department of Biology, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO.  $10,000. (6/15/93-6/15/94).

PI on NSF grant:  REU Supplemental funding request for BSR-91-06972.  Department of Biology, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO.  $19,875. (6/15/94-6/15/95).

PI on Western Region Pesticide Impact Assessment Program (WRPIAP) grant:  Evaluation of Turf, Insect Management Practices on Non-target Arthropods.  Department of Entomology, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO.  $16,681. (3/1/88-2/28/89). Co-PI: W. Cranshaw (CSU).

PI on UNC grant:  Distribution and abundance of mycorrhizal inoculum across a lodgepole pine and meadow ecosystem ecotone.  Department of Biological Sciences, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO., .2 FTE graduate assistantship for 2 semesters.  Co-PI: Robert Riensvold

Participant on NSF grant:  Response of a temperate grassland ecosystem to climate change:  Importance of biotic interactions and feedbacks.  Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory, Fort Collins, CO.  $2,000,000 for 5 years.  2 months salary, travel. PI. William Lauenroth Co-PI:  Several others

Co-PI on NSF grant (DUE 96-53190):  Campus Ecology:  Experimental field sites as tools for teaching ecological principles.  Department of Biological Sciences, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO., ~$90,000 with $12,500 in matching funds. (6/1/97-12/31/99). PI: G. Saunders, Co-PI:  J. Clarke, J. Moore

Co-PI on DOE grant:  Processes of Community Development and Responses of Ecosystems to Climate Change.  Department of Range Science and Department of Entomology, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO.  ~$606,000. (6/87-6/89).  2-5 months salary, equipment, travel and technicians. PI: E. Redente, Co-PI: B. Reeves, D. Klien, A. Carpenter, J. Moore.

Co-PI on DOE grant:  Coupling of Primary Producers, Detritus, Decomposer Organisms and Nitrogen Availability During Secondary Succession.  Department of Range Science and Department of Entomology, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO.  $250,000 (6/89-6/90).  Postdoctoral Associate salary, travel, and equipment.  PI: E. Redente, Co-PI: B.Reeves, D. Klien, A. Carpenter, J. Moore.

PI on DOE, Brookhaven National Laboratory grant:  Level of Resolution in Decomposition Models Necessary to Predict Nutrient Losses in Tundra. Department of Entomology, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO.  $19,999. (6/87-1/89). Postdoctoral Associate salary.  PI: J. Moore Co-PI:  H. W. Hunt

Participant on Colorado State University Western Colorado Research Center: Investigating the impact of green manures and weed mat on soil biota and tree growth in organic peach tree orchards.  Western Colorado Agricultural Experiment Station, Colorado State University. $8,000 (1/1/01-12/31/02).  PI: R. Zimmerman (CSU).

Participant on EPA grant:  Analysis of Wet Deposition Monitoring Data:  Application to Forest and Aquatic Effects Research. Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory, Fort Collins, CO.  $89,000 (3/87-3/88).  6 months Postdoctoral Associate salary, programmer salary, computer monies.

Participant on NSF grant:  Organic C, N, S and P Formation and loss from Great Plains Agroecosystems. Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO.  $400,000. (10/86-10/87). 1 month Postdoctoral Associate salary.  PI:  J. Gibson

Participant on NSF grant:  Organic Matter and Nutrient Cycling in Semiarid Agroecosystems..  Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO.  $350,000. (7/83-7/86).  Salary, technician time, computer time.  PI:  D. Coleman, V. Cole.

Participant on NSF grant:  Carbon-Nitrogen Allocation and Utilization in a Crested Wheatgrass and Native Shortgrass Ecosystem. Department of Range Science, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO.  $250,000. (12/84-5/86).  Salary.  PI: M. Trlica and E. Redente

Participant on DOE grant:  Semiarid Ecosystem Development as a Function of Resource Processing and Allocation. Department of Range Science, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO.  $385,000. (7/86-5/87). Postdoctoral Associate salary, travel monies.  PI: E. Redente

PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS

Workshops

Moore, J.C. Soil Organic Matter Dynamics, Wageningen, NL, October 2012

D’Avanzo, C. and J.C. Moore.  Preparing a Teaching Philosophy Statement.  Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, San Jose, CA, August 2007; Milwaukee, WI, August 2008; Albuquerque, NM, August 2009; Pittsburg, PA, August 2010; Austin, TX, August 2011; Portland, OR August 2012.

Moore, J.C.  Soil Food Web Complexity. Wageningen, NL, April 2008.

Moore, J.C., A. Kazachkov, and C. Willis.  The danger of misrepresentations in physics education.  3rd GIREP Symposium, Ljublana, Slovenia, September 2005.

Moore, J.C., H. Horton, and K. Melville.  2001.  Invertebrates along a productivity gradient.  International Biodiversity Observation Year (IBOY), Denver Museum of Nature and Science, Denver, CO, September 2001.

Moore, J.C., R. Oya, and J. Rham  2000.  A research mentoring program for first generation and low income student.  ASPIRE Annual Conference, Billings, MT.  October 2000.

Endicott, P., R. Mayes, J.C. Moore, and E. Rennaker.  1997.  An integrated math and science curriculum for Upward Bound.  National Center for Opportunities in Education Conference, New Orleans, LA , September 1997.

Moore, J.C. and D.W. Freckman.  1993.  Laboratory and field techniques in soil ecology.  Bodega Field Conferences, Bodega Marine Laboratory, Bodega Bay, CA, March 1993.

Presentations (Have not updated since 2006)

Moore, J.C.  Modeling trophic structure, biodiversity, and nutrient dynamics.  Seminar, Department of Zoology, University of Guelph, October 2006.

Moore, J.C.  Modeling trophic structure, biodiversity, and nutrient dynamics.   Seminar, University of Texas-Arlington, March 2006.

Moore, J.C.  Modeling trophic structure, biodiversity, and nutrient dynamics.  Biology Seminar, Dartmouth University, September 2005.

de Ruiter, P.C., B. Griffins, and J.C. Moore.  Modeling soil food webs.  Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, Montreal, Canada, August 2005.

Moore, J.C., and J. Rahm.  Models of mentoring in ecology education.  Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, Montreal, Canada, August 2005.

Kazachkov, A., D. Kryuchkov, C. Willis, and J.C. Moore.  An atmospheric pressure ping-pong ‘ballometer.’  Annual meeting of the American Physics Teacher, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, July 2005.

Moore, J.C., and H. Ferris.  Responses of soil biota to elevated CO2 and nitrogen additions.  International conference on Free-Air CO2 Exchange (FACE) rings, Monte Veritas, Switzerland, March 2004.

Moore, J.C., K. McCann, and P.C. de Ruiter.  Modeling trophic structure and nutrient dynamics. Taipei, Taiwan, April 2004.

Moore, J.C., K. Cochran, and J. Rahm. Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, Savanna, GA, August 2003.

Moore, J.C, K. McCann, P.C. de Ruiter.  Changes in Nutrient Flow Influence Dynamic Stability.  Shortgrass Steppe Symposium, Colorado State University, January 2003

Moore, J.C. D. Swift, J.K. Detling, H. Horton, and M. Quirk. The Colorado Front Range GK-12 Project: Linking Academic Research and K-12 Education. Shortgrass Steppe Symposium, Colorado State University, Ft. Collins, CA, January 2003

King, J.Y., D.G. Milchunas, J.C. Moore, A.R. Mosier, J.A. Morgan, ad J.R. Slusser.  Decomposition and elevated CO2-grown plant material under varying UV-B radiation exposure in shortgrass steppe.  Shortgrass Steppe Symposium, Colorado State University, January 2003

Moore, J.C. 2003.  Changes in Nutrient Flow Influence Dynamic Stability: or Do Nutrients Matter. McGill University, Montreal, Canada, February 2003.

Moore J.C., 2003.  Do belowground arthropods predators affect the dynamics of aboveground arthropods predators?  Bioagricultural Sciences and Pest Management Seminar, Colorado State University, Ft. Collins, CO, February 2003.

Moore, J.C. , K. Cochran,  M. Chelius, and J. Rham.  2003.  A dynamic model of the achievement gap.  NSF-DGR Sponsored meeting on education reform, Keil, Germany, March 2003.

de Ruiter,  P.C., A.M. Neutel  and J.C. Moore.  The balance between productivity and community structure in soil food webs, BES Annual Symposium 2003, Biological Diversity and Function in Soils. Lancaster University, UK, R. D. Bardgett,  D.W. Hopkins,  and M.B. Usher.  25-27 March 2003.

Horton, H., A. Ratcliffe, R. Horrocks, and J. Moore.  A survey of soil communities within Wind Cave, South Dakota:  the influence of productivity on trophic structure. Ninth Biannual Meeting of the Soil Ecology Society,  Palm Springs, CA May 2003.

Melville, K.M. and J.C. Moore.  2003.  Modeling trophic interactions in a cave ecosystem.  Ninth Biannual Meeting of the Soil Ecology Society, Palm Springs, CA May 2003.

Pritekel, C.M., A.A. Whittemore-Olsen,  H. Fenstemaker,  S. Montano,  T. Rivas,  N. Snow, and J.C. Moore.  Impacts from the use of herbicides on the plant community  and below ground ecosystem at Rocky Mountian National Park, USA. Ninth Biannual Meeting of the Soil Ecology Society, Palm Springs, CA May 2003.

Quirk, M., J. King, D. Milchunas, A. Mosier, C. Pritekel, and J. Moore.  Initial impacts of altered UVB radiation on below ground food web interactions in shortgrass steppe. Ninth Biannual Meeting of the Soil Ecology Society, Palm Springs, CA May 2003.

Selby, G., P. Saunders, M.K. Chelius, and J.C. Moore.  Notes on the distribution and life history of Arrhopalites caecus (Tullberg) in Wind Cave, South Dakota. Ninth Biannual Meeting of the Soil Ecology Society, Palm Springs, CA May 2003.

Moore, J.C.  2003. Keynote address: The living soils, Symposium on Biodiversity of Soils, University of Wageningen, Wageningen, The Netherlands,  June 2003.

Moore, J.C.  2003. Modeling decay from an organismal perspective: Impacts of NPP and disturbance.  NSF LTER All Scientists Meetings, Seattle, WA, September 2003.

Moore, J.C.  2003.  Keynote Lecture: Moore, J.C. 2002.  Effects of NPP on food web structure and dynamics.  Meeting of the ESF InterACT working group, Interaction Strength in Food Web, University of the Aegean, October 2002 Lesvos, Greece

Moore, J.C. 2002.  Linking K-12 and Graduate Education, Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, August 2002, Tucson, AZ

Moore, J.C. 2002. When top-down effects become bottom-up effects. Programme ESF Exploratory Workshop: Trophic Interactions in a Changing World, April 2002 Texel, The Netherlands

Moore, J.C. 2002.  Top down is bottom up:  Does predation in the rhizosphere regulate aboveground dynamics.  Department of Biology Seminar, University of Denver, March 2002, Denver, CO

Food webs and their stability under different climate regimes, Symposium on Global Climate Change & Biodiversity, Graduate school for Production Ecology and Resource Conservation, University of Wageningen, Wageningen, The Netherlands,   November  2003.

Horton H, K. Melville, C. Chinn1, A. Ratcliffe, J. C. Moore and R. Horrocks.  2002. Experimental manipulation of detritus inputs in a cave ecosystem: an assessment of the effects of increased NPP on trophic structure. Front Range Student Ecology Symposium, Colorado State University, Ft. Collins, CO, April 2002.

Melville, J. C. Moore 2002. Modeling Trophic Interactions in a Cave Ecosystem. Front Range Student Ecology Symposium, Colorado State University, Ft. Collins, CO, April 2002.

Pritekel, C. M., A. A. Whittemore-Olson, T. Rivas, H. Fenstemaker, N. Snow and J. C. Moore.   2002. Impacts from the use of herbicides on above and below ground ecosystems at Rocky Mountain National Park, USA.  Front Range Student Ecology Symposium, Colorado State University, Ft. Collins, CO, April 2002.

Rahm, J, & J. Moore 2002. Multiple Learning Trajectories in a Three-Year Math and Science Summer Program for First Generation College Bound and/or Poverty Stricken Youth. Poster to be presented at Bi-Annual Meeting of  the International Society for the Study of Behavioral Development, August 2002, Ottawa, Canada.

Rahm, J., Naughton, & J. Moore 2002. What kinds of tools and resources are made available to students through effective guidance in a Student-Scientist Partnership Program? Paper to be presented at the Fifth Congress of the International Society for Cultural Research and Activity Theory, June 18-22 2002, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Rahm, J., Naughton, W., & Moore, J. 2002. What does authentic science mean in the eyes of students, scientists and researchers in a student/scientist partnership program. Annual Meeting of the National Association for Research in Science Education, New Orleans, April, 2002.

 Rahm,  J, Miller, H.C., and Moore, J.C. 2001.  Informal science as a model for authentic school science: doing “real-world projects” in ecology.  Annual Meeting of the National Association Research in Science Teaching, St. Louis, MO, April 2001.

Moore, J.C., A. Ratcliffe, C. Chinn, H. Horton, and K. Melville.  2001.  Experimental manipulation of detritus inputs in a cave ecosystem: An assessment of the effects of increased NPP on trophic structure. Soil Ecology Society Meetings, Calloway Gardens, GA May 2001

Moore, J.C., R. Diaz, Peter C. de Ruiter. 2001.  Top-down is Bottom-up:  Does predation in the rhizophere regulate above-ground dynamics. National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis (NCEAS) April 2001, and Rhizosphere Workshop, UC-Davis June 2001.

Whittemore-Olson, A. A.., A. Mosier, and J.C. Moore  2001. Effects of elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide on micro-arthropod populations of the Shortgrass Steppe.  Soil Ecology Society Meetings, Calloway Gardens, GA  May 2001

Rahm,  J, Miller, H.C., and Moore, J.C. 2001.  Informal science as a model for authentic school science: doing “real-world projects” in ecology.  Annual Meeting of the National Association Research in Science Teaching, St. Louis, MO, April 2001.

Moore, J.C. 2000.  NPP and biodiversity: contrasting traditional community ecological approaches with those developed from soils. Ecological Society of America meetings, Snow Bird, Utah, August 2000.

Moore, J.C. 2000. Heterogeneity of energy inputs and its influence on soil food web structure and dynamic stability.  LTER All Scientists Meeting, Snow Bird, Utah, August 2000.

Moore, J.C.  2000. Factors affecting student attitudes and career aspirations towards ecology. Department of Biological Sciences, Colorado State University, Ft. Collins, CO, February 2000.

Moore, J.C., Doles, J., Tripp, B.B. and Wall, D.W. 2000. Trophic Structure of Soil Communities Across a Productivity Gradient.  Shortgrass Steppe LTER Symposium, Colorado State University, January 2000.

de Ruiter, P. C., J. C. Moore & B. Griffiths 2000. Soils: the energetic organization in communities determine the stability of ecosystem processes at the ESF (European Science Foundation) BIODIVERSITY AND ECOSYSTEM FUNCTIONING: SYNTHESIS AND PERSPECTIVES Paris, December 6-10, 2000

Doles, J.L, Gough L., Shaver, G.R. Nadelhoffer, K.J. and Moore, J.C.  2000.  The effects of nutrient addition in the Arctic tundra on soil and moss-inhabiting mesofauna. Joint Meeting of the Ecological Society of America and the British Ecological Society, Orlando, FL, March 2000.

Miller, H.C., Andrews, E.A., Zamora, E., and Moore, J.C. 2000. Can schoolyard ecology LTER plots affect student attitudes and career aspirations towards ecology? Shortgrass Steppe LTER Symposium, Colorado State University, January 2000.

Sipes,  J.M., Davis, S. and Moore, J.C. 2000. Impacts of managed grazing on mycorrhizae in mountain and prairie ecosystem.  Shortgrass Steppe LTER Symposium, Colorado State University, January 2000.

Moore, J.C., Doles, J., Jesser, R., Wall, D.W., and de Ruiter, P.C. 1999.  The trophic structure of real and model soil communities at the low end of the productivity gradient.  Ecological Society of America meetings, Spokane Washington, August 1999.

Moore, J.C., Doles, J., Tripp, B.B., and Wall, D.W.  1999.  The trophic structure of soil communities across a productivity gradient.  Soil Ecology Society Meetings, Chicago, IL, May 1999.

Doles, J.L. and Moore, J.C. 1999.  A survey of soil microarthropods in wet sedge, moist tussock and dry heath arctic tundra ecosystems.  Soil Ecology Society Meetings, Chicago, IL, May 1999.

Doles, J.L. and Moore, J.C. 1999.  A survey of soil microarthropods in wet sedge, moist tussock and dry heath arctic tundra ecosystems.  Front Range Student Ecology Symposium, Colorado State University, Ft. Collins, CO, April 1999.

Doles, J., Moore, J.C., and Zimmerman, R.  1999.  A comparison of microarthropod dynamics in conventionally and organically managed apple orchards.  Ecological Society of America meetings, Spokane Washington, August 1999.

Miller, H.C., Andrews, E., and Moore, J.C.  1999.  Student attitudes and career aspirations towards ecology as surveyed on Colorado’s Front Range.  Ecological Society of America meetings, Spokane Washington, August 1999.

Tripp, B.B. & Moore, J.C.  1999.  Micro-fauna communities within lichens (Xanthoparmelia) in Roosevelt National Forest, Colorado, USA. Soil Ecology Society Meetings, Chicago, IL, May 1999.

Tripp, B.B. and Moore, J.C.  1999.  Micro-fauna communities within lichens (Xanthoparmelia) in Roosevelt National Forest, Colorado, USA. Front Range Student Ecology Symposium, Colorado State University, Ft. Collins, CO, April 1999.

Jesser, R. and J.C. Moore 1998. Effects of productivity on trophic structure of detritus-based food webs in Wind Cave and Jewel Cave, South Dakota.  Front Range Student Ecology Symposium, Ft. Collins, CO, March 1998.

Jesser, R. and J.C. Moore 1998.  Effects of productivity on trophic structure of detritus-based food webs in Wind Cave and Jewel Cave, South Dakota.  Conference on the effects of microbial biotechnology on soil ecosystems, National Environmental Research Institute, Roskilde, Denmark, March 1998

Moore J.C.  1998.  Invertebrates along gradients of productivity.  Invertebrates as Webmaster Conference, Athens, GA, October, 1998.

Moore, J.C. 1998.  Trophic interactions within Wind Cave.  Park Service Seminar Series, Wind Cave National Park, August 1998.

Moore, J.C.  1998.  Nutrient Dynamics.  Pacific Northwestern Forestry and Rangeland Soil Organism Symposium, Corvallis, OR, March 1998.

Moore, J.C.  1998.  How to model the effects of changed microbial communities in soil ecosystems, Conference on the effects of microbial biotechnology on soil ecosystems, National Environmental Research Institute, Roskilde, Denmark, March 1998

Moore, J.C. and R.D. Jesser.  1998.  Microbial community dynamics in soil of manipulated native and grazed ecosystems.  Shortgrass Steppe Symposium,  Colorado State University-USDA-USFS, January 1998.

Sipes, J., R.D. Jesser, J.G. Osborne, S.Davis, and J.C. Moore.  1998.  Impacts of managed grazing on mycorrhizal associations in mountain ecosystems.  Front Range Student Ecology Symposium, Ft. Collins, CO, March 1998

Jesser, R.D., and J.C. Moore.  1997.  Effects of productivity on trophic structure of detitus-based food webs in Wind Cave and Jewel Cave, South Dakota.  Soil Ecology Society, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS  May 1997.

Lipari, G. and J.C. Moore 1997. Soil Ecology Society, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS  May 1997.

Moore, J.C  1997.  A comparison of primary producer and detritus-based food chains.  Soil Ecology Society, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS  May 1997.

Moore, J.C.  1997.  Soil food webs, levels of complexity and influence of disturbance.  EPA Symposium:  Changing Ecosystems:  Natural and Human Influences.  Albuquerque, NM, August 1997.

Sipes, J., R.D. Jesser, J.C. Moore, J.G. Osborne, S. Davis, and P McCarty.  1997.  Impacts of managed grazing on mycorrhizae and decomposition in mountain ecosystems.  Soil Ecology Society, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS  May 1997.

Moore, J.C.  1996.  The effects of disturbance on soil food webs.  Invited Lecture, Department of Entomology, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR,  February 1996.

Moore, J.C.  1996.  Influence of productivity on soil food structure and stability.  Free University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, May 1996.

Moore, J.C.  1996.  The structure and resilience of food webs along productivity gradients.  Biology Center,  University of Groningen,  The Netherlands, May 1996.

Moore, J.C.  1996.  Food web interactions.  EPA Workshop.  Soil nutrient mineralization: Soil ecology at the interface between biogeochemistry and biophysics.  Providence, RI, August 1996.

Moore, J.C.  1996.  Shortgrass Steppe LTER.  NCEAS Workshop.  Biodiversity and Productivity.  Santa Barbara, CA,  September 1996.

Moore, J.C. 1995.  Integration of food web structure, stability and nutrient dynamics.  Department of Agronomy and Range Science, University of California-Davis, Davis, CA  August 1995.

Moore, J.C. 1995.  Compartmentalization of resource utilization and the stability of soil food webs.  British Ecological Society Annual Meetings, Royal Holloway University, Egham, UK, September 1995.

Moore, J.C. 1995.  Stability, derangement and recovery of soil food webs.  European Environmental Research Organization (EERO) workshop, Oxford, UK, October 1995.

Moore, J.C. 1994.  The impact of disturbance on aboveground and belowground interactions.  Ecological Society of America Meetings, Knoxville, TN, August 1994.

Lipari, G. and J.C. Moore. 1993.  Genera diversity of soil fungi among different ecosystems.  Rocky Mountain Chapter of Microbiological Society of America Meeting, Metro State College, April 1993.

Moore, J.C. 1993. Ecology of soil invertebrates.  Bodega Bay Workshop, University of California, Davis, Bodega Marine Laboratory, Bodega Bay, Ca.  March 1993.

Moore, J.C. 1993.  The role of functional diversity on ecosystem dynamics.  Soil Ecology Society Meetings, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.  May 1993.

Moore, J.C., J.A. Clarke, M.E. Heimbrook, S.P Mackessy, P. Jablonski.  1993.  Compartmentalization of food webs within the caverns of Wind Cave and Jewel Cave, South Dakota.  Ecological Society of America Meetings.  Madison, WI. August 1993.

de Ruiter, P.C., J.A. Van Veen, J.C. Moore, and L. Brussaard. 1992.  Simulation of nitrogen mineralisation based on food web interactions in different soil ecosystems.  European Conference on Integrated Research for Soil and Sediment Protection, Maastricht, The Netherlands.  September 1992.

Jacobs-Carré, C., J. Moore, R. Reinsvold.  1992.  Mycorrhizal infection potential of mountain meadow, aspen ecotone, and lodgepole pine forest.  Colorado-Wyoming Academy of Sciences Meetings, U.S.A.F. Academy, Colorado Springs, CO. April 1992.

Lipari, G., R. Reinsvold, J.C. Moore. 1992.  Soil hyphomycetes in mountain meadow verses lodgepole pine ecosystems.  Colorado-Wyoming Academy of Sciences Meetings, U.S.A.F. Academy, Colorado Springs, CO. April 1992.

Moore, J.C. 1992.  Micro- and macroinvertebrate interactions in soils.  International workshop on the impact of Ivermectins on the environment.  The Ohio State University, April 1992.

Moore, J.C. 1992.  The impact of agricultural practices on real and model belowground food webs.  Symposium on Soil Ecology of Conventional and Integrated arable farming systems.  IB-DLO Haren, The Netherlands, December 8-11, 1992.

Moore, J.C. 1992. Symposium on the Mechanisms of Succession, Ecological Society of the Netherlands, Wageningen, The Netherlands, December 7-11, 1992.

Moore, J., R. Reinsvold, M. Heimbrook, and C. Jacobs-Carré.  1992.  Uniqueness of soil food webs across a mountain meadow-aspen-lodge pole pine ecotone.  Ecological Society of America Meetings, Honolulu, HI. August 1992.

Reinsvold, R., J. Moore, M. Heimbrook, C. Jacobs-Carré, and G. Lipari.  1992.  Functional groups of fungi and bacteria in mountain meadow verses lodgepole pine ecosystems.  Mycological Society of America Meetings, Portland, OR. August 1992.

de Ruiter, P.C., and J.C. Moore.  1991. Energy flow, interaction strength and local stability in real food web ecosystems.  Annual Meeting of the Dutch Society of Theoretical Biology.  Texel, The Netherlands,  September 1991.

Freckman, D.W., J.C. Moore, H.W. Hunt, and E.T. Elliott.  1991.  The effects of elevated CO2 and climate change on soil nematode community structure of prairie sod.  Ecological Society of America Meetings, San Antonio, TX, August 1991.

Moore, J.C., P.C. de Ruiter, and H.W. Hunt.  1991.  Influence of productivity on the dynamic stability on model detritus and primary producer based food webs.  Ecological Society of America Meetings, San Antonio, TX, August 1991.

Moore, J.C. 1990-1991.  Structure and Function of Soil Food Webs. Nordic Soil Zoology Society, Ekenas, Sweden, October 1991  Department of Nematology, UC-Riverside, CA.  June, 1991.  Sigma Xi Presentation, UNC, Greeley, CO.  September, 1991.

Noordwijk, M. van, P.C. de Ruiter, K.B. Zwart, J. Bloem, and J.C. Moore.  1991.  Biological activity in hot spots and spatial correlation of roots, gaps and recently added organic inputs in a wheat field.  International workshop on methods of research on soil structure/soil biota interrelationships, Wageningen, The Netherlands, November 1991.

Moore, J.C.  1990.  Influence of productivity and decomposition on food web structure and function.  EPO-Biology, University of Colorado-Boulder, CO, October 1990.  Nordic Soil Zoology Society, Ekenas, Sweden, October 1990.

Moore, J.C.  1990.  Subsystem coupling and ecosystem development.  Dept. of Ecol. Envir. Res. Sw. U. Ag. Sci., Uppsala, Sweden, October 1990. Dept. of Pop. Bio., Copenhagen Univ., Denmark, October 1990.

Hunt, H. W., J. K. Detling, E. T. Elliott and J. C. Moore.  1989.  Simulation model for the effects of climate change in temperate grasslands.  Ecological Society of America Meetings, August, 1989.

Carpenter, A. T., J. C. Moore and E. F. Redente.  1989.  Plant production, nitrogen mineralization and water use along a successional scene in Colorado.  Ecol. Soc. Amer. meetings, August, 1988.

Moore, J. C. and P. C. de Ruiter.  1989.  Temporal and spatial heterogeneity of trophic interactions within belowground food-webs: an analytical approach to understand multi-dimensional systems.  International Workshop on Modern Techniques in Soil Ecology.  Athens, Georgia.  September, 1989.

Haas, T., J. C. Moore, P. L. Chapman, and J. Gibson.  1988.  The analysis of acid deposition:  Techniques to estimate the spatial pattern of a multiscale process.  3rd Annual Landscape Ecology Symposium, March 1988.

Moore, J. C., T. Haas, P. L. Chapman, and J. H. Gibson.  1988.  Analysis of acid deposition as a multiscale process.  Kriging in the presence of trend.  3rd Annual Landscape Ecology Symposium, March 1988.

Moore, J. C.  1988.  Effect of agricultural practices of soil food web structure and stability.  Invited presentation, Institute of Soil Fertility, Haren, The Netherlands.

Moore, J. C., A. T. Carpenter, F. B. Reeves, E. F. Redente and D. A. Klein.  1988.  Vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (VAM) influence succession.  Ecological Society of America meetings,  Davis, CA,  August 1988.

Moore, J. C.  1988.  Impacts of agricultural practices on soil food web stability  A functional link approach.  Dept. of Botany, Univ. of Wyoming, December 1988.

Redente, E. F., A. T. Carpenter, and J. C. Moore.  1988.  Plant community dynamics in relation to nutrient addition following a major disturbance.  III International Range Congress, New Delhi, India.

Redente, E. F., M. E. Biondini and J. C. Moore.  1988.  Biomass dynamics of an Agropyron crestatum and native shortgrass ecosystem in southern Wyoming, USA.  III International Range Congress, New Delhi, India.

Carpenter, A. T., J. C. Moore, and E. F. Redente.  1987.  Effects of N and P addition on plant establishment and growth following a major disturbance in a semiarid ecosystem.  Ecological Society of America Meetings, Columbus, OH August 1987.

Hunt, H. W., J. A. Logan, D. E. Walter, E. T. Elliott, and J. C. Moore.  1987.  Stability of simulation models of detrital food webs in soil.  Ecological Society of America Meetings, Columbus, OH, August 1987.

Moore, J.C., D.E. Walter, H.W. Hunt.  1987.  Patterns of regulation by microarthropod functional groups in the belowground food web.  Ecological Society of America Meetings, Columbus, OH, August 1987.

Ingham, R. E., and J. C. Moore.  1986.  The roles of mesofauna in terrestrial ecosystem function.  Simco Meetings, July 1986.

Ingham, R. E., J. C. Moore, H. W. Hunt, and M. J. Trlica.  1986.  Vertical distribution and seasonal population dynamics of soil nematodes in a C3-dominated (crested wheatgrass, CWG) and a C4-dominated (shortgrass prairie, SP) grassland.  Ecological Society of America Meetings, August 1986.

Walter, D. E., J. B. Kethley, and J. C. Moore.  1986.  Estimation of extraction efficiency of microarthropods from arid soils.  Entomological Society of America Meetings, Reno, NV. December 1986.

Moore, J.C., T.V. St. John, and D.C. Coleman.  1985.  Vesicular-mycorrhizal fungi are ingested by soil-microarthropods. Ecological Society of America Meetings, Ft. Collins, CO, August 1985.

Coleman, D. C., H. W. Hunt, E. R. Ingham, R. E. Ingham, E. T. Elliott, C. R. Morley, J. C. Moore, and J. A. Trofymow.  1984.  Simulation model of microbial-faunal interactions in a shortgrass prairie-steppeland.  Long term Ecological Research Workshop.  Itasca, Minnesota, May 1984.

Ingham, E. R., R. N. Ames, H. W. Hunt, J. C. Moore, C. R. Morley, J. A. Trofymow, and D. C. Coleman.  1984.  System responses to reduction of soil organisms populations.  Meeting of the British Ecological Society, 1984.

Elliott, E. T., C. V. Cole, K. Horton, J. Moore, and D. C. Coleman.  1983.  Dryland wheat agroecosystem response to stubble mulch and no-till cultivation.  Ecological Society of America Meetings, Fargo, ND, August 1984.

Elliott, E. T., K. Horton, J. Moore, D. C. Coleman, and C. V. Cole.  1983.  The dynamics of nitrogen and phosphorus in relation to soil microbial and faunal populations in dryland wheat rotations.  Biological Processes and Soil Fertility.  Reading, England, 1983.

Ingham, E. R., R. N. Ames, C. R. Morley, J. A. Trofymow, J. C. Moore, and D. C. Coleman.  1983.  Field soil microbial and faunal population removal and effects on nontarget soil populations and nutrient cycling by streptomycin,  captan, carbofuran, PCNB and cygon in a semiarid grassland.  Third International Congress on Microbial Ecology, August 1983.

Service

Departmental Service

2011-present                Head Department of Ecosystem Science and Sustainability

2006-present               NREL Director

1999-2006                    Postermaker Supervisor

2004-2005                   Microbiology Search Committee

2004-2005                   Charting the Future Committees (Management, Policies, Scholarship)

2003                              ETS Examination Coordinator

2002-2003                   Elementary Education Search Committee

2002                              SPARC Director Search Committee

2001-2002                   Genetics Search Committee

2001-2002                   Physiology Search Committee

2000-2002                  Education Search Committee

2001-2002                   Merit Plan

2000                             Program Review

1997-2000                   Evaluation Committee

University Service

2005                            Policies and Procedures Committee – College of Natural and Human Sciences

2005                            Summer Salary Compensation Committee – College of  Natural and Human Sciences

2005                            Interim Assistant Dean – College of Arts and Sciences

2001-present              Director, MAST Institute

2000-present             Director, Frontiers of Science Institute

1998-present              Director, UNC Math and Science Upward Bound (COSMOS)

2001-2003                  Director, UNC Honors Program

1999-2001                   Director, UNC Center for Precollegiate Studies and Outreach (CPSO)

1996-1999                   Development of UNC Pre-Collegiate Center

1995-1998                   Science Coordinator, UNC Math and Science Upward Bound (COSMOS)

1995-1997                   Assistant to Chair of Biology

1994-1997                   Faculty Senate

1992                             Acting Chairman of Biology

1992                             Arts and Sciences Animal Care Committee

1992                             Biology Representative to MAST Center

Professional Service

National

2010-present             LTER Executive Board

2007-2010                 NSF Advisory Committee for Environmental Research and Education

2003-2008                Ecological Society of America Education Committee

1998-2007                 NSF-LTER Education Committee

1997-2006                 EPA Star Fellowship Review Panel

2004                           USDA/ARS Soil Biology Review Panel

2002                           NAS Polar Biology Research Advisory Panel

2002                           US NPS Wind Cave Research and Management Advisory Panel

2002, 2005               NSF GK-12 Review Panel

1999-2001                  NSF Ecology Review panel

2000                           EPA Futures Research Review Panel

1998                            NSF LTER Review panel

1996                            EPA Ecotoxicology and Environmental Assessment Review Panel

1994-1996                  NSF Ecosystem Ecology Review Panel

1994                            NSF National Young Investigator Review Panel

 International

1997-2007                  Regional Editor of Biology and Fertility of Soils

2003                           World Bank Advisory Panel on Global Sustainable Agriculture

1993-1997                   Editorial Board for Journal of Applied Soil Ecology

1994-1996                  President of Soil Ecology Society

 Community Service

1998-2001                 Science Mentor to Ms. Milena Pastore, Monte Vista High School

2000-2001                Science Mentor to Ms. Lori Timm, Monte Vista High School

1991-1997                  Science Mentor to Mr. Rod Simpson, Weld Central Jr.High/High School

1991-1992                  Group Leader for Science Day, Rocky Mountain National Park

1991                             Seminar Judge for Junior Academy of Science Conference

1991                             Long’s Peak Science Fair Judge

1990-1991                  Science Presentations, Rivendell School, Ft. Collins, CO

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