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JAMES M. RYAN
Professor of Biology
Biology Department
Hobart and William Smith Colleges
Geneva, NY 14456 USA


The University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA --- Ph.D. in Zoology
The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI --- M.S. in Biological Sciences
The State University of New York at Oswego, NY --- B.A. in Zoology

Recent Books:
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Adirondack Wildlife A Field Guide
James M. Ryan

2009

University Press of New England

272 pp.
118 B&W illus.
75 color illus.
7 line drawings

978-1-58465-749-1

$24.95 paper
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Mammalogy
5th edition:

Terry Vaughan,
Jim Ryan, and
Nick Czaplewski

New edition 2010 from Jones & Bartlett Publishers
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Mammalogy
4th edition:

Terry Vaughan,
Jim Ryan, and
Nick Czaplewski

  • 672 pages
  • Brooks Cole;
  • 4th edition (1999)
My research focuses primarily on mammalian biodiversity and conservation.

Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, Southern Uganda: Studied the hero shrew on a National Geographic Grant.

Ghana Coastal Wetlands Management Project: Served as Team Leader for vertebrate surveys to established a series of long-term biodiversity monitoring sites in Ghana, West Africa. Worked with colleagues at The University of Ghana, Accra.

Small mammal surveys in Madagascar: Ranomafana National Park and primate surveys in forests in southern Madagascar.