Curriculum Vitae

Gustavo Adolfo Londoño
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Address: Department of Zoology Phone: (352) 2731966 
223 Bartram Hall E-mail: galondo@ufl.edu
PO Box 118525
Gainesville, FL 32611-8525

Education

Universidad de los Andes              Biology                  B.S. 2000                  
University of Florida                     Zoology                  Master’s 2007
University of Florida                     Zoology                  PhD, in progress


Research Background

2002-2004: Principal investigator, Density estimation of the Cuaca Guan (Penelope perspicax) in the central Andes of Colombia, SFF Otun-Quimbaya, Risaralda, Colombia Supervisor: Dr. Gustavo Kattan.

2003: OTS Fellowship: Course in Ecology and Conservation.

2002: Idea Wild Field Equipment Grant: Nest predation of tropical Birds.

2001: Use of fruit patches by Razor-billed Curassows (Mitu tuberosa). Cosha Cashu Biological Station, Peru; Supervisor: Dr. Ivan Jiménez.

2000: Research Assistant, Efficiency, bias, and consistency of visual and aural censuses for estimating the abundance of curassows (Cracidae) in tropical forests. La Selva Biological Station, Costa Rica; Supervisor: Dr. Ivan Jiménez.

2000: Field Assistant, Marbled Murrelet Project, Canadian Wildlife Service & Simon Fraser University,British Columbia, Canada.

1999: Undergrad Thesis;Use of space by a pair of Black Curassows (Crax alector) in the Northwestern Colombian Amazon. Centro de Investigaciones Ecológicas la Macarena,
La Macarena, Colombia; Supervisor: Dr. Carlos A. Mejía, and Dr. Ivan Jiménez.

1998: Research Assistant, Complementary or substitutable foods: what do curassows forage for? Centro de Investigaciones Ecológicas la Macarena, La Macarena, Colombia; Supervisor: Dr. Ivan Jiménez.

Publications

Steadman, D. W., J. R. Montambault, S. K. Robinson, S. N. Oswalt, T. J. Brandeis, G. A. Londoño, M. J. Reetz, W. M. Schelsky, N. A. Wright, J. P. Hoover, J. Jankowski, A. W. Kratter, A. E. Martinez, J. Smith. Submitted.  Relative abundance, habitat use, and long-term population changes of winter neotropical migrants and resident landbirds on St. John, U.S Virgin islands. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology.

Londoño, G. A., D. Levey and S. K. Robinson. In press. Effects of temperature and food on incubation behavior of the Northern Mockingbird (Mimus polyglottos). Animal Behaviour.

Ríos, M. M., G. A. Londoño, M. C. Muñoz and G. H. Kattan. 2008. Abundancia y endemismo en la pava Caucana (Penelope perspicax): ¿Ecologia o Historia?. Ornitologia Neotropical 19(suppl): 295-303.

Ríos, M. M., G. A. Londoño and L. Biancucci. 2008. Notes on Birds that follow army ants in the northern Andes. Ornitologia Neotropical 19: 137-142.

Gillooly, J. F., G. A. Londoño, and A. P. Allen. 2008. Energetic constraints on an early developmental stage: a comparative view. Biology letters 4:123-126.

Muñoz, M. C., G. A. Londoño, M. M. Ríos and G. H. Kattan. 2007. Diet of the Cauca guan: explotation of a novel food source in times of scarcity. Condor 109:841-851.

Cadena, C. D., S. Córdoba-Córdoba., G. A. Londoño., D. Calderón-F. T. E. Martin and 
M. P. Baptiste. 2007. Nesting and singing behavior of common Bus-tanagers (Chlorospingus ophthalmicus) in South America. Ornitología Colombiana 5:54-63.

Londoño, G. A., M. C. Muñoz and M. M. Ríos. 2007. Density and natural history of the Sickle-winged Guan (Chamaepetes goudotii) in the central Andes, Colombia. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 119(2): 228-238.

Londoño, G. A. y M. C. Muñoz. 2006. Primera descripción del nido del atrapamoscas variegado (Tyrannidae: Pogonotriccus poecilotis). Ornitología Colombiana 4:66-69

Ríos, M. M., M. C. Muñoz y G. A. Londoño. 2006. Historia natural de la pava Caucana (Penelope perspicax). Ornitología Colombiana 4:16-27.

Londoño, G. A. 2005. A description of the nest and eggs of the pale-eyed thrush (Platycichla leucops), with notes on incubation behavior. Wilson Bulletin 117: 394-399.

Ríos, M. M., G. A. Londoño., y M. Muñoz. 2005. Densidad y ecología de la Pava Negra (Aburria aburri) en los Andes centrales de Colombia, Ornitología Neotropical. 16: 205-217.

Londoño, G. A., Saavedra-R, C. A., Osorio, D., y Martínez, J. 2004. Notas sobre la anidación del tororoi bigotudo (Grallaria alleni) en la cordillera Central de Colombia. Ornitología Colombiana 2: 19-24.

Londoño, G. A. and C. D. Cadena. 2003. The nest and eggs of the Cinereous Mourner (Laniocera hypopyrra). Wilson Bulletin 115:115-118.

Londoño, G. A. 2003. First description of the nest and eggs of the Plumbeous (Myrmeciza hyperythra) and the Black-faced (Myrmoborus myotherinus) Antbirds. Ornitología Neotropical 14: 405-410.

Jiménez, I., Londoño, G. A., and Cadena, C. D. 2003. Efficiency, bias, and consistency of visual and aural censuses for estimating the abundance of curassows (Cracidae) in tropical forests. Journal of Field Ornithology 74: 210-216

Parra, J. L., M. Agudelo, Y. Molina, and G. Londoño.2001. Use of space by a pair of Salvin's curassows (Mitu salvini) in northwestern Colombian Amazon. Ornitología Neotropical 12:189-204.

Cuervo, A. M., F. G. Stiles, C. D. Cadena, J. L. Toro and G. A. Londoño. 2003. New and noteworthy bird records from the northern sector of the Western Andes of Colombia. Bull. B. 0. C. 123: 7-24.

Cadena, C. D., G. A. Londoño, and J. L. Parra. 2000. Nesting records of five antbird species from the Colombian Amazon. Wilson Bulletin 112:313-317.

Cadena, C. D., M. Alvarez, J. L. Parra, I. Jiménez, C.A. Mejía, M. Santamaría, A. M. Franco, C. A. Botero, G. D. Mejía, A. M. Umaña, A. Calixto, J. Aldana, and G. A. Londoño. 2000. The birds of CIEM, Tinigua National Park, Colombia: an overview of thirteen years of ornithological research. Cotinga 13:46-54.

Book Chapter

Muñoz, M. C., M. M. Ríos and G. A. Londoño. 2006. Cauca guan (Penelope perspicax). Pages 49-51 in Conserving Cracids: The most threatened family of birds in the Americas (D. M. Brooks, ed.). Miscellaneous Publications of the Houston Museum of Natural Science, Number 6, Houston.

Ríos, M. M., M. C. Muñoz and G. A. Londoño. 2006. Wattle guan (Aburria aburri). Pages 100-103 in Conserving Cracids: The most threatened family of birds in the Americas (D. M. Brooks, ed.). Miscellaneous Publications of the Houston Museum of Natural Science, Number 6, Houston.

Jiménez, I., J. L. Parra, M. Agudelo, G. A. Londoño, and Y. Molina. 2001. Temporal variation in the diet of Black Curassows (Crax alector, Cracidae). Pages 195-211 in Cracid ecology and conservation in the new millenium (D. M. Brooks and F. Gonzalez-García, eds.). Miscellaneous Publications of the Houston Museum of Natural Science, Number 2, Houston.

Journal Reviewer

Ornitología Neotropical 
The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 
Boletin SAO 

Asociacion Colombiana de Ornitologia (ACO)
Journal of Field Ornithology (JFO)

Funding:

Brian Riewald and John Paul Olowo memorial fund research grants $300 (2006)

Animal Behavior Society $1000  (2006)

American Ornithologist Union Travel award $400 (2006)

Dexter Fellowship $ (13,500 for two years; starting 2007)

Public presentations

IV North American Ornithological Conference. Poster Presentation: Effect of temperature and food on bird incubation behavior. Veracruz-México, October 3-7 2006. [PDF]

Gordon Research Conference Metabolic Basis of Ecology. Poster Presentation: Energetic equivalence in embryonic development. Bates College-Portland, July 9-14 2006. [PDF]

XI National Ornithological Meeting. Poster Presentation: Complementary or substitutable foods: what do curassows forage for? Buga, October 1998.

VII Neotropical Ornithological Congress. Oral Presentation: Use of space by a pair of Black Curassows (Crax alector) in a low land forest in the Norwest Amazon. Peyehue-Chile, October 5-11 2003.

VII Neotropical Ornithological Congress. Poster Presentation: Morphology, Nutritional content and availability of fruits consume by Penelope perspicax (Cracidae), in the sff Otún.Quimbaya, Risaralda-Colombia. Peyehue-Chile, October 5-11 2003.

 

 

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