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JASON S. SADOWSKI

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Department of Environmental Science & Policy

University of California, Davis

Bodega Marine Lab

Address:         2099 Westshore Rd.

Bodega Bay, CA 94923

Phone:            856-304-4407

Email:             jsadowski@ucdavis.edu

Education:

University of California, Davis  

    Began: September 2013

Ph.D. Candidate:        Graduate Group in Ecology

Area of Emphasis: Marine Ecology

Major Advisor: Professor Edwin Grosholz

        Dissertation Title: The effect of environmental variation and invasive species on behaviorally mediated trophic cascades

Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey                    

B.S. Double Major:    Ecology and Natural Resource, Biological Ocenography

Summa cum Laude

Professional Experience:

National Science Foundation Graduate Research Internship Program

Supervisors: Dr.’s Elliott Hazen and Stephen Bograd; October 2017—Present

Organization: NOAA Soutwest Fisheries Science Center

Project: Integrating vertical and horizontal movements of blue sharks (Prionace glauca)

  • Developed novel methods to combine high frequency dive data with low frequency global positioning system data into a single analysis
  • Determined how different movement types lead to different inferences on shark foraging behavior

New Jersey Department of Agriculture (NJDA) Biological Aide:

Supervisor: Paul Kurtz;  April 2013—August 2013

  • Deployed traps for invasive insects and integrated results into national databases
  • Coordinated formal public outreach and education on invasive insect species

Asian Long-horned Beetle NJDA/USDA Cooperative Eradication Program:

Supervisor: Paul Kurtz;  May 2012—January 2013

  • Inspected host trees and maintained quality assurance records
  • Conducted informal outreach efforts on the need for inspection efforts

Publications

Sadowski, J. S. and Grosholz E. D. In review. Predator foraging mode controls the effect of antipredator behavior in a tritrophic model. Theoretical Ecology.

Hollarsmith, J. A., J. S. Sadowski, M. Picard, B. S. Cheng, J. Farlin, A. Russell, and E. D. Grosholz. In review.  Relative effects of event-driven estuarine acidification on growth and survival of native and commercial oysters. Limnology and Oceanography.

Sadowski, J. S., Gonzalez, J. A., Lonhart, S. I., Jeppesen, R., Grimes, T.M., and Grosholz E.D. 2018. Temperature induced range expansion of a subtropical crab along the California coast. Marine Ecology. 39(5): e12528

Cassey, P., S. Delean, J. L. Lockwood, J. S. Sadowski, and T. M. Blackburn. 2018. Dissecting the null model for biological invasions: A meta-analysis of the propagule pressure effect. PLoS Biol 16(4): e2005987

Grants, Fellowships & Awards

National Science Foundation:

Graduate Research Internship Program ($5,000)

June 2017

James P. Micheletti Research Fellowship ($3,100)

September 2014

Henry A. Jastro Research Fellowship ($2,950)

May 2014

Point Reyes Fund for Marine Science ($2,740)

April 2014

UC Davis: Natural Reserve Grant ($1,022)

April 2014

National Science Foundation: Graduate Research Fellowship ($96,000)

April 2014

UC Davis: Graduate Group in Ecology Fellowship

September 2013

Rutgers University: G. H. Cook Scholar

May 2012

Rutgers Institute of Marine and Coastal Science: Outstanding Senior

April 2012

WHOI Summer Student Fellowship

May 2011 – August 2011

Rutgers University: Presidential Scholarship Award ($89,000)

May 2008

Boy Scouts of America, Eagle Scout Award

December 2007

Teaching Experience:

2019 Teaching Assistant, ESP 100: General Ecology

2018  Teaching Assistant, ESP 155: Wetland Ecology

2017  Guest Speaker, Point Reyes Science at the Seashore

2016  Guest Speaker, Point Reyes Science at the Seashore

2015  Teaching Assistant, ESP 121: Population Ecology

2015  Teaching Assitant, EVE 101: Introduction to Ecology

2014  Teaching Assistant, ESP 123: Intro to Field and Laboratory Methods in Ecology

2014  Co-Instructor, ECL298: Graduate Research Fellowship Proposal Workshop

 Academic Presentations:

Sadowski, J. S. and E. D. Grosholz. 2018. “The cascading effect of temporal variability in risk.” Western Society of Naturalists, Tacoma, WA. Oral Presentation.

Sadowski, J. S. and E. D. Grosholz. 2017. “Predator velocity controls the effectiveness of predator avoidance behavior.” Western Society of Naturalists, Pasadena, CA. Oral Presentation.

Sadowski, J. S. and E. D. Grosholz. 2017. “Life in the fast lane: Predator foraging mode influences the effect of antipredator behavior.” Ecological Society of America, Portland, OR. Oral Presentation.

Sadowski, J. S. and E. D. Grosholz. 2016. “The influence of biological invasions and climate change on non-consumptive effects.” Western Society of Naturalists, Monterey, CA. Oral Presentation.

Sadowski, J. S. and E. D. Grosholz. 2016. “The influence of biological invasions and climate change on non-consumptive effects.” Ecological Society of America, Ft. Lauderdale, FL. Oral Presentation.

Sadowski, J. S. and E. D. Grosholz. 2016. “The influence of biological invasions and climate change on non-consumptive effects.” California Estuarine Research Society, Long Beach, CA. Oral Presentation.

Sadowski, J. S. and E. D. Grosholz. 2015. “The effects of species invasion and climate change on trait-mediated trophic cascades.” Western Society of Naturalists, Sacramento, CA. Poster Presentation

Sadowski, J. S. and E. D. Grosholz. 2015. “The interactive effect of species invasion and climate change on trait-mediated trophic cascades.” Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation, Portland, OR. Poster Presentation.

Sadowski, J.S. and J. L. Lockwood. 2012. “A systematic review of the influence of propagule pressure on exotic species establishment success.” G. H. Cook Symposium, Rutgers University, NJ. Oral Presentation.

Sadowski, J.S. and J. Kellner. 2011. “Spatial analysis of the orange clownfish (Amphiprion percula) and its associated habitat in Kimbe Bay, Papua New Guinea.” Summer Student Fellow Symposium, Woods Hole, MA. Oral Presentation.

Graduate Volunteer Service

Chancellor’s Graduate and Professional Student Advisory Board

June 2018 – Present

Bodega Marine Lab Seminar Committee

January 2017 – Present

Bodega Marine Sciences Association
    President

January 2017 – Present

    Treasurer

April 2015 – January 2017

California Estuarine Research Society
    Ex-Officio Executive Committee Member

  April 2016 – June 2018

    Student Representative

          May 2014 – April 2016

Western Society of Naturalists
    Registration Website Manager

August 2015 – December 2017

Student Landowner Education and Watershed Stewardship Program
    Student Mentor

September 2014 –  June 2017

Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation
     Social Media Committee

September 2014 – September 2016

Ecology Gradate Student Association
    Graduate Student Association Representative

October 2013 – June 2014

 

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