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Work Experience

Penn State Altoona

July 2017 - Present

William and Ingrid Rea Conservation Biologist

Carnegie Museum of Natural History

May 2007 - June 2011

Senior Ecologist

Conservation International

October 1995 - July 2007

Country Program Director-Papua New Guinea

Wildlife Conservation Society

July 1999 - April 2007

Senior Ecologist

Conservation International

October 1995 - June 1999

Education

Ph.D. (Biology)

Univesity of Miami

August 1985 - January 1995

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Publications
JOURNAL ARTICLE
Steffen Oppel, Andrew L. Mack(2009). Bird Assemblage and Visitation Pattern at Fruiting Elmerrillia tsiampaca (Magnoliaceae) Trees in Papua New Guinea . Biotropica. 42. (2). p. 229--235. Wiley-Blackwell
Robert Heinsohn, Tanya Zeriga, Stephen Murphy, Paul Igag, Sarah Legge, Andrew L. Mack(2009). Do Palm Cockatoos (Probosciger aterrimus) have long enough lifespans to support their low reproductive success? . Emu. 109. (3). p. 183. {CSIRO} Publishing
FRANK B. GILL, ANDREW L. MACK, RUSSELL T. RAY(2008). {COMPETITION} {BETWEEN} {HERMIT} {HUMMINGBIRDS} {PHAETHORNINAE} {AND} {INSECTS} {FOR} {NECTAR} {IN} A {COSTA} {RICAN} {RAIN} {FOREST} . Ibis. 124. (1). p. 44--49. Wiley-Blackwell
STUART J. MARSDEN, CRAIG T. SYMES, ANDREW L. MACK(2006). The response of a New Guinean avifauna to conversion of forest to small-scale agriculture . Ibis. 148. (4). p. 629--640. Wiley-Blackwell
Andrew L. Mack(2003). Low-Frequency Vocalizations by Cassowaries (Casuarius spp.) . The Auk. 120. (4). p. 1062--1068. {JSTOR}
Andrew L. Mack, Gretchen Druliner(2003). A non-intrusive method for measuring movements and seed dispersal in cassowaries . Journal of Field Ornithology. 74. (2). p. 193--196. Association of Field Ornithologists
Andrew L. Mack, Kalan Ickes, J. Heinrich Jessen, Brian Kennedy, Ross Sinclair(1999). Ecology of Aglaia mackiana (Meliaceae) Seedlings in a New Guinea Rain Forest1 . Biotropica. 31. (1). p. 111--120. Wiley-Blackwell
Andrew L. Mack, Kalan Ickes, J. Heinrich Jessen, Brian Kennedy, J. Ross Sinclair(1999). Ecology of Aglaia mackiana (Meliaceae) Seedlings in a New Guinea Rain Forest . Biotropica. 31. (1). p. 111. {JSTOR}
Andrew L. Mack(1998). The Potential Impact of Small-Scale Physical Disturbance on Seedlings in a Papuan Rainforest1 . Biotropica. 30. (4). p. 547--552. Wiley-Blackwell
Andrew L. Mack(1998). An Advantage of Large Seed Size: Tolerating Rather than Succumbing to Seed Predators1 . Biotropica. 30. (4). p. 604--608. Wiley-Blackwell
Andrew L. Mack(1997). Spatial distribution, fruit production and seed removal of a rare, dioecious canopy tree species ( Aglaia aff. flavida Merr. et Perr.) in Papua New Guinea . Journal of Tropical Ecology. 13. (03). p. 305--316. Cambridge University Press ({CUP})
Andrew L. Mack(1995). Distance and non-randomness of seed dispersal by the dwarf cassowary Casuarius bennetti . Ecography. 18. (3). p. 286--295. Wiley-Blackwell
Frank B. Gill, Alison M. Mostrom, Andrew L. Mack(1993). Speciation in North American Chickadees: I. Patterns of {mtDNA} Genetic Divergence . Evolution. 47. (1). p. 195. {JSTOR}
Andrew L. Mack(1990). Is Frugivory Limited by Secondary Compounds in Fruits? . Oikos. 57. (1). p. 135. {JSTOR}
OTHER
Andrew L. Mack, Debra D. Wright The Frugivore Community and the Fruiting Plant Flora in a New Guinea Rainforest: Identifying Keystone Frugivores . Tropical Fruits and Frugivores. p. 185--203. Springer-Verlag