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Catherine Haase

Assistant ProfessorKatie Haase

Sundquist Science Complex, Room C103
P.O. Box 4718
Clarksville, TN 37044
(931) 221-6531
email: haasec@apsu.edu
Website:  www.haaseecolab.com 
Twitter: @HaaseEcoLab
 

Education

Ph.D. University of Florida (Interdisciplinary Ecology), 2016
 
M.S. SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (Conservation Biology), 2010
 
B.S. Unity College (Wildlife Biology), 2007
 

Teaching

Principles of Evolution, Mammalogy, Biological Methods, Principles of Biology

Research Interests

Animal energetics, thermal biology, environmental physiology, animal movement and habitat use, spatial ecology

Selected Publications

Haase, C.G., N.W. Fuller, C.R. Hranac, L.P. McGuire, S.H. Olson, R.K. Plowright (2019) Bats are not squirrels: revisiting the assumptions of costs of cooling in hibernating mammals. Journal of Thermal Biology 81: 185-193.

Haase, C.G., R. Fletcher, D. Slone, J. Reid, and S. Butler (2017) Landscape complementation revealed through bipartite networks: an example with the Florida manatee. Landscape Ecology. 1-16.

Cross, P.C. E.S. Almberg, C.G. Haase, P.J. Hudson, S. Maloney,  M. Metz,  A. Munn, P. Nugent, O. Putzeys, D.R. Stahler, A.C. Stewart, D.W. Smith (2016) Energetic costs of mange in Yellowstone wolves estimated from infrared thermography. Ecology. 97(8): 1938-1948.

Haase, C.G., A.K. Long, and J.F. Gillooly (2016) Energetics of stress: Linking plasma cortisol levels to metabolic rate in mammals. Biology Letters. 12(1).

Haase, C.G. and H.B. Underwood (2013) Integrating thermal constraints into habitat suitability for moose in the Adirondack State Park, NY. Alces. 49: 49-64.