3200 SW Jefferson Way, Corvallis OR 97331, 541-750-7296




North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC

Master of Science, Zoology, May 2000


Miami University, Oxford, OH

Bachelor of Arts, Cum Laude, Zoology, May 1996

Thematic Sequence: Chemistry of Life Processes




Corn, P.S., R.B. Bury, and E.J. Hyde.  In Press. Conservation of Stream Amphibians. In Semlitsch, R. (ed.). Conservation Biology of Amphibians. Smithsonian Inst. Press.


Pilliod, D., E.J. Hyde, R.B. Bury, and C.A. Pearl. In Press. Ecological effects of fire and fuel reduction practices on aquatic amphibians in the United States.  Forest Ecology and Management.


Hyde, E.J. and T.R. Simons. In Press. Assessing salamander populations in Great Smoky Mountains National Park: What are we really sampling?  In M.J. Lannoo (editor), Status and Conservation of U.S. Amphibians. University of Iowa Press. Iowa City, Iowa.


Hyde, E.J. and T.R. Simons. 2001. Sampling Plethodontid salamanders: sources of variability. Journal of Wildlife Management 65(4): 624-632.


Larson, K.L, E. Johnson, M. Donovan, and M.J. Lannoo. 1999. "Paedocannibal" morph barred tiger salamanders (Ambystoma tigrinum mavortium) from eastern South Dakota.  American Midland Naturalist 141: (1) 124-139.


Lannoo, M.J., A. Holman, G. Casper, and E. Johnson. 1998. Mummification following a winter kill of adult green frogs (Ranidae: Rana clamitans) from a wetland in northwestern Wisconsin: a contribution to ecology and taphonomy. Herpetological Review 29(2), June, 1998: 82-84.


Johnson, E., S. Jones, T. Gunderson, K. Lang, and M. Lannoo. 1997. Funnel trapping larval amphibians in prairie pothole wetlands.  NAAMP III. The North American Amphibian Monitoring Program Third Annual Meeting. US Geological Survey, Biological Resources Division, Patuxent, Maryland.






Hyde, E.J. and R.B. Bury. 2002.  Terrestrial Salamanders and Fire Management.  2002 Oregon Fire Management Conference. Eugene, OR.


Hyde, E.J., D. Major, and R.B. Bury.  2002. Fire, Fuels, and Terrestrial Salamanders.  Society for Northwest Vertebrate Biologists. Hood River, OR.


Hyde, E.J. and T. Simons. 1999. Sources of variability in sampling plethodontid salamanders. Poster presentation, Predicting Species Occurrences: Issues of Scale and Accuracy. Snowbird, Utah.


Johnson, E. and T. Simons. 1999. Assessing diversity, abundance and habitat associations of salamanders in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. George Wright Society, 10th Conference on Research and Resource Management in Parks and on Public Lands. Asheville, North Carolina.


Johnson, E. and T. Simons. 1998. Diversity, abundance and habitat associations of salamanders in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Oral presentation, Tennessee Herpetology Conference. Unicoi, Tennessee.





Wildlife Biologist December 2000 to Present

Bruce Bury, USGS Forest and Rangeland Ecosystem Science Center

3200 Jefferson Way, Corvallis, OR.


Instructor, Human Anatomy and Physiology September 2000 to December 2000

Oregon State University, Department of Zoology, Corvallis, OR 97331.


Appalachian Trail - March 2000 to August 2000

2,100-mile thru-hike of the Appalachian Trail leading from Georgia to Maine


Graduate Research Assistant January 1998 to February 2000

Ted Simons, Department of Zoology, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC.  919-515-2689


Teaching Assistant - August 1997 to December 1998

John Godwin and Samuel Mozley, Department of Zoology, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina.


Research Associate - August 1996 to August 1997

Michael J. Lannoo, US Coordinator, Declining Amphibian Populations Taskforce, Muncie Center for Medical Education, Indiana University School of Medicine, Muncie, Indiana. 765-285-1050.


Ohio Anuran Survey Volunteer

Jeffrey Davis, Miami University, Oxford Ohio


Teaching Assistant, Vertebrate Zoology - Fall 1995

Douglas Taylor, Miami University, Oxford Ohio




Northern Prairie Science Center, USGS, 1996, $4200

"Assessing the risk: introduced bullfrogs in northwest Iowa"


Best Student Presentation, North Carolina State University Graduate Student Symposium. Raleigh, North Carolina.