Cynthia Ramotnik - USGS (FORT)

Title: Museum Specialist (Zoology)

FORT Affiliation: Trust Species & Habitats

Duty Station:
UNM Biology Department MSC03 2020
1 University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001
Room Albuquerque, NM

Phone: 505-277-5369

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Publications

Year Title Type
2010 ARCTOS: A relational database relating specimens, specimen-based science, and archival documentation Abstract
2008 USGS, Biological Surveys Collection, Albuquerque Web Site/Page
2008 Development and evaluation of geochemical methods for the sourcing of archaeological maize Journal Article
2008 The Scott Able Fire: Effects on select soil parameters within Sacramento Mountain salamander habitat Proceedings, Pages in
2007 Effect of wildfire on abundance, detection probability, and arthropod prey base of Sacramento Mountain salamanders (Aneides hardii) [Poster] Presentation
2006 UNM Museum of Southwestern Biology Annual Report for calendar year 2005: U.S. Geological Survey contribution Administrative Report
2006 Handling and care of dry bird and mammal specimens Series
2006 Impact of the Scott Able Fire on Sacramento Mountain Salamander abundance and arthropod prey base. Final report Administrative Report
2006 Natural history collections: a scientific treasure trove Fact Sheet
2005 Aneides hardii (Taylor, 1941): Sacramento Mountain salamander Book, Pages in
2005 Museum of Southwestern Biology data reporting form. U.S. Geological Survey: calendar year 2004 Administrative Report
2005 Impact of the Scott Able fire on salamander abundance and arthropod prey base: year four Administrative Report
2004 Collared peccary range expansion in northwestern New Mexico Journal Article
2004 Impact of the Scott Able Fire on salamander abundance and arthropod prey base: year three. FY03 Annual report Administrative Report
2003 Impact of the Scott Able fire on salamander abundance and arthropod prey base: year two AND Studies of the effects of forest management practices on the Sacramento Mountain salamander, Aneides hardii, FY02 Annual Report Administrative Report
1999 Mammalian species diversity of the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument Report, Pages In
1998 First record of the round-tailed horned lizard, Phrynosoma modestum, in Colorado Journal Article
1997 Conservation assessment of the Sacramento Mountain salamander Series
1997 Cloud-climbing Salamanders of New Mexico: Impact of Logging and Wildfire Science Feature
1997 The cloud-climbing salamanders of New Mexico Journal Article
1996 Baseline surveys for mammals at San Andres National Wildlife Refuge, New Mexico Report
1996 Baseline surveys for mammals at Zion National Park, Utah Report
1995 The mammals Report, Pages In
1993 Geographic distribution: Bufo cognatus Journal Article
1993 Geographic distribution: Nerodia sipedon sipedon Journal Article
1993 Geographic distribution: Rana pipiens Journal Article
1993 Geographic distribution: Pseudacris triseriata Journal Article
1993 Geographic distribution:Eumeces multivirgatus multivirgatus Journal Article
1993 Geographic distribution: Crotalus viridis viridis Journal Article
1993 Geographic distribution: Cnemidophorus sexlineatus Journal Article
1993 Geographic distribution: Tantilla nigriceps Journal Article
1992 Does the Sacramento Mountain Salamander Require Old-Growth Forests? Proceedings, Pages in
1992 Recent Records of Bats (Chiroptera) from the Colorado Plateau Journal Article
1988 Habitat requirements of New Mexico’s endangered salamanders Report, Pages In

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