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CURRICULUM VITAE

NAME: Lawrence R. Heaney
CURRENT ADDRESS:

Field Museum of Natural History

1400 S Lake Shore Drive

Chicago, IL 60605


Telephone: 312-665-7747

Fax: 312-665-7754

E-mail: lheaney@fieldmuseum.org
DATE OF BIRTH: 2 December 1952; Washington, D. C.
EDUCATION:

University of Minnesota, Minneapolis; B. S. - June 1975

University of Kansas, Lawrence; M.A. awarded with honors - May 1978

University of Kansas, Lawrence; Ph.D. - October 1979


EMPLOYMENT:
June 1967 to June 1971: Volunteer and Museum Technician, Division of Mammals, Smithsonian Institution
June 1971 to Sept. 1971: Field Collector, Delaware Museum of Natural History
June 1972 to June 1975: Undergraduate Curatorial and Research Assistant, University of Minnesota
June 1973 to August 1975: Field and Research Assistant, Smithsonian Institution (summers)
August to May, 1975 to 1979: Curatorial, Teaching, and Research Assistant, University of Kansas
June 1978 to Sept. 1978: Smithsonian Institution Visiting Graduate Student
Sept. 1979 to Aug. 1986: Assistant Professor, Dept. of Biology and Assistant Curator, Division of Mammals,

Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan


Sept. 1986 to Oct. 1988: Research Fellow, Smithsonian Institution
1 Jan. - 31 Dec. 2003: Visiting Scholar, Dept. Geological Sciences, Northwestern University
Oct. 1988 to present: Assistant Curator of Mammals, 1988-June 1991; Associate Curator, June 1991-2002; Curator, 2002-present, Field Museum

CURRENT HONORARY, ADJUNCT, AND ADVISORY APPOINTMENTS
1988 to present: Research Associate, Smithsonian Institution
1989 to present: Member, Committee on Evolutionary Biology, University of Chicago
1990 to present: Adjunct Curator, Department of Zoology, Philippine National Museum
1991 to present: Research Associate, Department of Mammalogy, American Museum of Natural History
1993 to present: Adjunct Associate Professor, University of Illinois - Chicago
1994 to present: Research Curator of Zoology, Utah Museum of Natural History
1997 to present: Adjunct Curator, Museum of Birds and Mammals, University of the Philippines - Diliman
2000 to present: Science Advisory Council, Conservation International - Philippines


AWARDS AND HONORS:
1993. Earth Day Award for “Contributions to Wildlife Conservation and a Greater Understanding of Philippine Zoogeography”, presented by the Philippine Department of Environment and Natural Resources.
1998. Foreward Magazine (independent publishing trade magazine), Bronze Award for “Environmental Book of the Year” presented for “Vanishing Treasures of the Philippine Rain Forest”, by Heaney and Regalado.
2003. Two-page, color Profile entitled “Meeting Larry” published in Haring Ibon, the membership magazine for the Haribon Foundation, the largest and oldest conservation organization in the Philippines.
2007. Elected as Lifetime Emeritus Board Member, Wildlife Conservation Society of the Philippines.


PROFESSIONAL SOCIETY MEMBERSHIPS:
American Society of Mammalogists

Biological Society of Washington

Linnean Society of London

International Biogeography Society

Sigma Xi

Society for the Study of Evolution

Society of Systematic Biologists

Wildlife Conservation Society of the Philippines



ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE
University of Kansas (1974-1979); Graduate student representative on the following committees: Division of Biological Sciences Executive Committee (2 yrs.); Museum of Natural History Administrative Committee (1 yr); faculty search committees (2).
University of Michigan (1979-1986); Executive Committee, Museum of Zoology, 1982-1986; Publications Committee, Museum of Zoology, 1982-1986; Seminar Committee, Biological Sciences, 1980-1982; Master's Program Committee, member, 1982-1983, Chair, 1983-1984.
Field Museum of Natural History (1988 to present; major assignments only): Mammal Division Head (1993 - present); Zoology Representative, African Exhibit Program (1989-1990); Chair, Malacology Search Committee (1989-1990); Animal Kingdom Exhibit Project (1989 - 1993); Science Advisory Council (1990 - 1994, 2004-present); Strategic Planning Committee (1991-1992); Research Advisory Committee (1993 - 1996); SAC Tenure and Promotions Appeals Committee (Member 1996, Chair 1998-1999, 2009); Facilities Planning Advisory Group (1998 - 2006); Temporary Exhibitions Strategic Planning Committee, 1998-1999; Chair, Herpetology Search Committee (1999 - 2000); Biodiversity Exhibit Science Content Point Person (2000 - 2001); Zoology Department Promotions Committee, Chair (2003); Crown Family PlayLab exhibit, Academic Affairs representative, 2005-2007); Conservation Hall development team, 2009-2011; Pest Committee (Chair) (2000-present).
University of Chicago (1989 - present): Graduate Admissions Committee, Committee on Evolutionary

Biology (1991-92)


Advanced Training Program in the Conservation of Biological Diversity (consortium program of the Field Museum, Chicago Zoological Society, and University of Illinois at Chicago); Director, 1994 to 1996.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Courses Taught: University of Michigan (1979-1986): Introductory Biology; Introduction to Evolutionary

Biology; Advanced Zoogeography


University of Chicago: Biogeography (1990, 1992, 1994, 1998, 2000, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2010)
University of Illinois - Chicago: Ecology and Management of Tropical Biodiversity (1994, 1995, 1996)
Northwestern University: Conservation Biology (1999, 2001)
University of the Philippines, Diliman: Philippine Biogeography (2007)
Seminar Courses: University of Michigan (1979-1986): Mammalian Behavioral Ecology; Life History Tactics of Mammals; Biogeography; Tropical Forest Ecology
Workshop: Mammalian Systematics and Museum Techniques, Silliman University, Philippines (1984)
Field Course: "Advanced Field Training in Philippine Vertebrate Diversity and Conservation Biology". Philippines, 1991-1993. Eight young faculty (or equivalent) participants per year, in three-week sessions, plus four persons/year in Chicago for 2 months of intensive training.
Intensive Training Program: "Advanced Training Program in the Conservation of Biological Diversity". Training for 39 young professional conservation biologists from the tropics. Two sessions per year, 5 - 9 participants per session for 8 or 16 weeks. Primary Core Instructor and Director, 1994 - 1996.
GRANTS (since 1985):
1986. "Survey of the Mammals of the Central Philippines". National Science Foundation. 24 months; $84,847.
1986. "Systematics and biogeography of Southeast Asian tree squirrels". Smithsonian Institution. 12 months.
1989. "Facilities support for the Mammal Collection, Field Museum of Natural History". National Science

Foundation. Three years; B. Patterson, Heaney, and J. Kerbis. (July 1989 - July 1992).


1990. "Conservation of Mammalian Diversity in the Philippine Islands: Training, Inventory, and Resource

Development". MacArthur Foundation. Three years (Nov. 1990 - Nov. 1993).


1993. "A Collaborative Advanced Training Program in the Conservation of Biological Diversity". MacArthur

Foundation. Three years; Heaney, R. Lacy, and J. Brown. (Sept. 1993-Dec. 1996).


1996. "Proposal for a Conservation Training Consortium". MacArthur Foundation. Three years.

Challenge grant accepted by a consortium of The Field Museum, Brookfield Zoo, University of Chicago, University of Illinois at Chicago, and Shedd Aquarium. Heaney and D. Moskovits, Co-PI.


1998. “Improvement of long-term storage of the Field Museum’s Bird and Mammal genetic resources”.

National Science Foundation. Two years. Hackett, Patterson, Bates, Heaney.


2001. “Development of an Integrated Network for Distributed Databases of Mammal Specimen Data”. National Science Foundation. Three years. Heaney, Lowther, Patterson, Stanley.
2001. “Dissertation Research: Comparative phylogeography of six Philippine fruit bats (Pteropodidae)”. National Science Foundation. Two years. Heaney, Bates, Roberts.
2002. “Building Capacity for Biodiversity Conservation, Research, and Education in Bhutan”. MacArthur Foundation. Three years. Heaney, Bates, Hackett, Kerbis, Willard.
2003. “EPA Star Fellowship for Rebecca Rowe.” Environmental Protection Agency. Three years. Heaney, Rowe.
2006. “A Field Guide to the Mammals of Luzon Island”. Grainger Fund for Science, Field Museum. Two years.

2007. “Collaborative Proposal: Curation, Data-basing, and Integration of the Orphaned Illinois Mammal Collection”. National Science Foundation, with Univ. New Mexico and Brigham Young Univ. Heaney, Stanley.


2008. “Web-Based Education to Promote Philippine Conservation”. Negaunee Foundation. One year.
2009. “Promoting Conservation in the Philippines Through Public Education: A Field Guide to the Mammals of Luzon Island”. Negaunee Foundation.
2009. “Support for the Division of Mammals Preparator”. Negaunee Foundation.
2010. “Promoting Conservation in the Philippines through Public Education: A Field Guide to the Mammals of Luzon Island, Year 2.” Negaunee Foundation.
2011. “Promoting Conservation in the Philippines: The Mammals of Luzon, Year 3". Negaunee Foundation.

2011. “Support for the Mammals Preparation Lab”. Negaunee Foundation.



SERVIC/E (since 1985)

American Society of Mammalogists: Vice President, 2000-2001, 2004-2005; Board of Directors, 1990 - 2000; Committee on Nomenclature, 1984 - 1991; Committee on Conservation of Land Mammals, 1985 - 1995; Program Committee, 1990 - 1996; 75th Anniversary Planning Committee, 1992-1994; Checklist Committee, 1993 - 2000; Animal Care and Use Committee, 1995-1998; Merriam Award Committee, 1996-2003; Grinnell Award Committee, Chair, 2000-2002.
Wildlife Conservation Society of the Philippines: Board of Trustees, 1994 - 1996, 1997 - 2007; Emeritus Board Member, 2007-present; Editorial Board, 1993 - present.
International Biogeography Society, Founding Member; Conference Committee, 2000- present; Interim Vice President for Development and Membership, 2002-2003; President Elect, 2009-2011; President, 2011-2013.
Journal of Biogeography: Associate Editor, 2004- present.
Reviews for the following publications: American Midland Naturalist; American Naturalist; Asia Life Sciences;

Biotropica; Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History; Conservation Biology; Ecology; Evolution; Fieldiana; Global Ecology and Biogeography; International Journal of Primatology; Journal of Biogeography; Journal of Mammalogy; Journal of Morphology; Journal of Tropical Ecology; Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences; Science; Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology; Smithsonian Press; University of California Press; University of Chicago Press; Sylvatrop (Philippine Journal of Forest Ecology); Journal of Zoology.


Research proposal reviews for National Science Foundation, National Geographic Society, Smithsonian Institution, Wildlife Conservation Society, Bat Conservation International, Lubee Foundation.
Consulting on conservation issues: Conservation International (Washington Office and Philippines); Conservation Breeding Specialist Group (CBSG); International Union for the Preservation of Nature (IUCN); Jersey Wildlife Preservation Trust; Lubee Foundation; MacArthur Foundation; National Geographic Magazine; Philippine Protected Areas and Wildlife Bureau; Smithsonian Institution; World Conservation Monitoring Centre (WCMC); World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF); U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
INVITED SEMINARS (since 1990)

1991. University of Washington; University of Malaysia - Sabah; Philippine Protected Areas and Wildlife Bureau


1992. Philippine Protected Areas and Wildlife Bureau; Xavier University (Cagayan de Oro City, Mindanao);

University of the Philippines at Los Banos


1993. Arizona State University; University of Illinois - Chicago; WWF - Philippines (Manila); Xavier

University (Cagayan de Oro City, Mindanao); Iligan Institute of Technology (Iligan City, Mindanao).


1994. Northern Illinois University, Center for Southeast Asian Studies.
1995. Iligan Institute of Technology (Iligan City, Mindanao) Philippine Protected Areas and Wildlife Bureau;

Loyola University of Chicago; Conservation Biology Program, University of Minnesota.


1996. Association of Colleges of the Chicago Area, Argonne National Laboratory; University of Illinois at Urbana; MacArthur Foundation Board of Directors
1997. Northern Illinois University, Center for Southeast Asian Studies; Conservation International- Philippines;

Northwestern University; Taiwan National University, Taipei; Tung Hai University, Taiwan.

1998. Illinois State Academy of Sciences (keynote speaker); First Philippines Holding Corporation;

Museum Volunteers Association of the Philippines; Boston University


1999. Keynote Speaker, First National Conference on the Science and Management of Mountain Ecosystems,

University of the Philippines, Los Banos; University of Wisconsin - Madison.


2000. Philippine National Biodiversity Conservation Priority-Setting Workshop, Manila; Rotary Club of Belair, Makati (Philippines); Congressional Spouses Foundation, Manila; Environmental Studies Program, University of Chicago
2001. Featured speaker, 10th Annual Meeting of Wildlife Conservation Society of the Philippines, Silliman University
2002. University of Wisconsin - Parkside.
2003. Protected Areas and Wildlife Bureau, Philippine Dept. Environment and Natural Resources
2004. Evolution Discussion Group, Northwestern University
2006. Conservation International - Philippines and Institute of Biology, University of the Philippines; Field Museum; Univ. Chicago, Animal Behavior series.
2007. International Conference on Research in Higher Education Institutions. Cebu City, Philippines. Plenary Speaker, “Biodiversity Research for National Development: A Perspective from a Non-Governmental, Non-University Organization”.
2009. US Embassy, Manila; Philippine National Museum; University of the Philippines at Los Banos.

SYMPOSIUM AND WORKSHOP PARTICIPATION (since 1985)
1985. Organizer of symposium entitled "Island Biogeography of Mammals"; Fourth International

Theriological Congress, Edmonton, Alberta.


1985. Dispersal, extinction, and speciation of mammals in Southeast Asia. Symposium on "Island

Biogeography of Mammals"; Fourth International Theriological Congress, Edmonton, Alberta.


1989. Correlations of clades and clines: cladistic, geographic, and elevational distribution patterns

among Philippine mammals. International Symposium on Vertebrate Biogeography and Systematics in the Tropics. Bonn, Germany.


1989. The role of island biogeography in studying extinction likelihood among mammals. Invited paper,

symposium on "Conservation Biology of Mammals," Fifth International Theriological Congress, Rome, Italy.


1989. Overview and synthesis of population viability in isolated habitats. Invited paper, Biology of Mount

Graham Workshop, Tucson, Arizona.


1990. Diversity, biogeography, and the conservation of Philippine mammals. Invited paper, "Evolution

in Islands and Conservation: Philippines"; Fourth International Congress of Systematic and Evolutionary Biology, College Park, Maryland.
1990. Biogeography and phylogeny of white-toothed shrews (Crocidura) in the Philippines. Invited

paper, International Colloquium on the Biology of the Soricidae. Carnegie Museum of Natural History.


1992. Organizer of "Preliminary Workshop on the Diversity and Conservation of Philippine Land Vertebrates".

Held at Silliman University, Dumaguete City, Philippines (30 participants).


1992. Diversity, Biogeography, and the Conservation of Philippine Vertebrates. Featured speaker, Tenth

Foundation Anniversary of the Association of Systematic Biologists of the Philippines. University of the Philippines at Los Banos.


1993. Co-Organizer of "Symposium on the Diversity and Conservation of Philippine Terrestrial Vertebrates".

Held at University of the Philippines at Los Banos, Laguna Province, Philippines (ca. 150 participants).


1993. Co-Convenor (with Victor Sanchez-Cordero) of symposium entitled "The Origin and

Maintenance of Mammalian Diversity along Elevational Gradients"; Sixth International Theriological Congress, Sydney Australia.


1993. Mammalian diversity, endemism, and the design of a nature reserve system in the Philippines. Invited

paper, "Tropical Mammal Conservation," Sixth International Theriological Congress, Sydney, Australia.


1997. Co-Organizer of Symposium (with S. Ticul Alvarez) entitled “Island Biogeography of Mammals”;

Seventh International Theriological Congress, Acapulco, Mexico. Paper presented: “What are the current questions?”


1997. The dynamics of mammalian biodiversity in the Philippines: a synthesis of evolutionary and ecological

perspectives. Invited paper. Symposium on Biogeography and Conservation in East Asia. Taiwan National University, Taipei.


2000. Biological Diversity in the Philippines: an Introduction to Megadiversity in a Nation of Islands. Invited presentation, “Philippine National Biodiversity Conservation Priority-Setting Workshop”, Manila.
2000. Invited Participant, “Foundations and Future of Biogeography”, National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis, Santa Barbara, CA.
2001. Invited Participant, “Foundations and Future of Biogeography, Part II”, National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis, Santa Barbara, CA.

2004. Invited Participant, “Evolution and Conservation of Island Bats”. Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation. Gaineseville, FL (with Trina Roberts as junior author).


2005. Invited Participant, staff meeting of Biodiversity Assessment Subcommittee, Species Survival Committee, IUCN. Cambridge, UK.

2006. Global Mammal Assessment Workshop, Philippines (co-organizer). IUCN/Species Survival Committee. Puerto Princesa, Philippines.


2009. Invited speaker, University of the Philippines Alumni Association in America, symposium on “Building Bridges to the Future”, Washington, DC.
2010. Invited speaker, Biodiversity Forum, Foundation for the Philippine Environment and Department of Environment and Natural Resources, Manila. “Status of Philippine mammal conservation and the impact of climate change”, and launching of new Philippine Mammals Website.
2010. Invited Speaker, Wildlife Biologist Biosafety Meeting, Center for Disease Control, Atlanta, Georgia.


PAPERS PRESENTED AT ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC SOCIETY MEETINGS SINCE 1990:
1990. An analysis of patterns of distribution and species richness among Philippine fruit bats (Pteropodidae).

American Society of Mammalogists.


1990. Island biogeography and the ecological correlates of extinction among southern Philippine mammals.

Society for Conservation Biology. Gainesville, Florida.


1991. Factors affecting genetic differentiation in Philippine fruit bats of the genera Cynopterus and Haplonycteris. American Society of Mammalogists (with A. T. Peterson as junior author).
1992. Ecological and geographical influences on genetic differentiation of Philippine mammals. Amer. Soc. Mammalogists (with A. T. Peterson as junior author).
1992. Genetic variation and differentiation of populations of Philippine mammals. Amer. Soc. Mammalogists (with A. T. Peterson as senior author).
1992. Genetic variation in Philippine bats: the impact of history, gene flow, island size, and isolation. Soc. Conservation Biol. (with A. T. Peterson as junior author).
1993. Are patterns of diversity and endemism in pteropodids addressed in the design of the nature reserve

system in the Philippines? North American Symposium on Bat Research (with R. C. B. Utzurrum)


1994. Biodiversity patterns and the conservation of mammals in the Philippines. American Soc. Mammalogists.
1995. Small mammal diversity along elevational gradients in SE Asia: ecological and evolutionary perspectives. American Society of Mammalogists.
1995. Diversity patterns and conservation of mammals in the Philippines. Society for Conservation Biology.
1996. Island area, island history, and the origin of patterns of species richness and endemism among

non-volant mammals. American Society of Mammalogists.


1997. Does the Philippine Archipelago have the world’s most threatened mammal fauna? American Society of Mammalogists.
1997. Island Biogeography of Mammals. Symposium Co-Convenor, International Theriological Congress,

Acapulco, Mexico.


1997. Island Biogeography of Mammals: What are the questions? Symposium on Island Biogeography of

Mammals, International Theriological Congress.


1998. Preliminary report of a very small, sub-fossil water buffalo from the Philippines. American Society of Mammalogists. (With John J. Flynn as junior author).
1999. An analysis of Post-Pleistocene natural extinctions of mammals on islands in the southern Philippines.

Wildlife Conservation Society of the Philippines (with E. A. Rickart and R. B. Utzurrum as junior authors).


1999. Dynamic disequilibrium: a long-term, large-scale perspective on the equilibrium model of island

biogeography. American Society of Mammalogists.


2000. An analysis of current gaps in the protection of threatened Philippine mammals and our knowledge of their distribution. Wildlife Conservation Society of the Philippines (with N. A. Mallari, B. R. Tabaranza, N. R. Ingle, and E. K. Walker as junior authors).
2001. A molecular phylogeny of the endemic Philippine rodent Apomys and its biogeographic implications. Steppan, S. J., L. R. Heaney, and C. Zawadski. American Society of Mammalogists.
2001. A molecular phylogeny of Philippine murid rodents and its implications for patterns of diversification. S. Jansa and L. R. Heaney. American Society of Mammalogists.
2001. Philippine rats of the genus Bullimus (Rodentia: Muridae). E. Rickart, L. R. Heaney, and Blas R. Tabaranza, Jr. American Society of Mammalogists.

2002. Conservation of mammalian diversity in the Philippines: new perspectives from the northern Central Cordillera of Luzon. Wildlife Conservation Society of the Philippines (with N. A. Mallari, B. R. Tabaranza, D. S. Balete, G. Gee, and M. Lepiten-Tabao as junior authors).


2003. The biogeography of conservation in oceanic island archipelagos. International Biogeography Society.

2003. Biogeography and Diversification in Philippine Murids of the genus Apomys. Wildlife Conservation Society of the Philippines (with Scott J. Steppan and Christopher Zawadski as junior authors).


2003. Testing Models of Island Biogeography: Implications from Philippine Murids of the genus Apomys. American Society of Mammalogists (with Scott Steppan and Christopher Zawadski as junior authors).
2003. Philippine murids of the genus Chrotomys. American Society of Mammalogists (with Eric A. Rickart as senior author).

2004. A molecular assessment of the origin and evolution of Philippine murid rodents. Wildlife Conservation Society of the Philippines. (With Sharon Jansa as junior author).


2004. Use of the vicariance model of biogeography as a heuristic tool. American Society of Mammalogists.
2005. Use of the Vicariance Model of Biogeography as a Heuristic Tool. International Biogeography Society.
2005. Local mammal species richness is correlated with peak elevation on Luzon Island, Philippines. American Society of Mammalogists. (Heaney, D. S. Balete, and E. A. Rickart)
2005. Phylogeography of Sorex palustris among Utah’s montane islands. American Society of Mammalogists. (A. R Gates, T. E. Roberts, R. J. Rowe, E. A. Rickart, and Heaney)

2005. Habitat disturbance and the ecology of small mammals in the Philippines. American Society of Mammalogists. ( E. A. Rickart, D. S. Balete, Heaney)



2005. Biogeographic history of adaptive radiation by murid rodents in the oceanic Philippine Islands. 9th International Mammalogical Congress. (Heaney, Balete, Jansa, Rickart, Steppan)



2006. Are mammals on islands intrinsically vulnerable to extinction?. Wildlife Conservation Society of the Philippines. (Heaney, D. S. Balete, S. Jansa, E. A. Rickart, and S. Steppan)


2007. The mammals of Mt. Data, Luzon: A 110-year record of faunal and habitat change. Wildlife Conservation Society of the Philippines. (Heaney, D. S. Balete, P. A. Alviola, and E. A. Rickart)
2007. Preliminary report on the mammals of the Mingan Mountains in the Sierra Madre of Luzon Island, Philippines. Wildlife Conservation Society of the Philippines. (P. A. Alviola, D. Balete, M. R. Duya, M. V Duya, and Heaney).
2007. The mammals of Mt. Data, Luzon: A 110-year record of faunal and habitat change. American Society of Mammalogists. (Heaney, D. S. Balete, P. A. Alviola, and E. A. Rickart).
2008. The impact of increasing human population and immigration on Philippine mammals. Wildlife Conservation Society of the Philippines. (Heaney, D. S. Balete, and E. A. Rickart).
2009. The complexities of mammalian diversity and conservation in Mt. Pulag National Park. Wildlife Conservation Society of the Philippines. (L. R. Heaney, D. S. Balete, and M. J. Veluz).
2009. Small Mammals of the Central Cordillera, Luzon: Discovery, Diversity, and Survival. American Society of Mammalogists. (L. R. Heaney, D. S. Balete, E. A . Rickart, and M. J. Veluz).
2010. The distribution of small mammals across gradients of habitat disturbance in the northern Philippines. American Society of Mammalogists. (E. A. Rickart, D. S. Balete, and L. R. Heaney)
2010. Climate change and its impact on Philippine small mammals: A preliminary assessment. American Society of Mammalogists. (L. R. Heaney, E. A. Rickart, and D. S. Balete)
2010. Climate change and its impact on Philippine mammals. Wildlife Conservation Society of the Philippines. (L. R. Heaney, E. A. Rickart, and D. S. Balete)
2011. Oceanic Islands, Species Richness, and Endemism: A Cautionary Tale. International Biogeography Society. (L. R. Heaney, D. S. Balete, S. A. Jansa, S. J. Steppan, and E. A. Rickart)

PUBLICATIONS:
1. Tuttle, M. D., and L. R. Heaney. 1974. Maternity habits of Myotis leibii in South Dakota. Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Science, 73:80-83.
2. Heaney, L. R., and E. C. Birney. 1975. Comments on the distribution and natural history of some mammals

in Minnesota. Canadian Field-Naturalist, 89:29-34.


3. Heaney, L. R., and E. C. Birney. 1976. Distribution and natural history notes on some mammals from

Puebla, Mexico. Southwestern Naturalist, 21:543-545.


4. Timm, R. M., L. R. Heaney, and D. D. Baird. 1977. Natural history of rock voles (Microtus chrotorrhinus) in

Minnesota. Canadian Field-Naturalist, 91:177-181.


5. Heaney, L. R. 1978. Island area and body size of insular mammals: evidence from the tri-colored squirrel (Callosciurus prevostii) of Southeast Asia. Evolution, 32:29-44.
6. Heaney, L. R., and R. W. Thorington, Jr. 1978. Ecology of Neotropical red-tailed squirrels, Sciurus granatensis, in the Panama Canal Zone. Journal of Mammalogy, 59:846-851.
7. Heaney, L. R., and R. S. Hoffmann. 1978. A second specimen of the Neotropical montane squirrel,

Syntheosciurus poasensis. Journal of Mammalogy, 59:854-855.
8. Heaney, L. R. 1979. A new species of tree squirrel (Sundasciurus) from Palawan Island, Philippines

(Mammalia: Sciuridae). Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, 92:280-286.


9. Thorington, R. W., and L. R. Heaney. 1981. Body proportions and gliding adaptations of flying squirrels (Petauristinae). Journal of Mammalogy, 62:101-114.
10. Heaney, L. R., P. D. Heideman, and K. M. Mudar. 1981. Ecological notes on mammals in the Lake

Balinsasayao region, Negros Oriental, Philippines. Silliman Journal (Philippines), 28:122-131.


11. Heaney, L. R., and D. S. Rabor. 1982. Mammals of Dinagat and Siargao Island, Philippines.

Occasional Papers of the Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan, 699:1-30.


12. Heaney, L. R., and G. S. Morgan. 1982. A new species of gymnure (Podogymnura) from Dinagat Island, Philippines (Mammalia: Erinaceidae). Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, 95:13-26.
13. Timm, R. M., E. B. Hart, and L. R. Heaney. 1982. Karyotypic variation in pocket gophers (Geomyidae:

Geomys) from a narrow contact zone in Nebraska.Mamm. Chromosome Newsletter, 23:108-117.
14. Glanz, W. E., R. W. Thorington, J. Madden, and L. R. Heaney. 1982. Seasonal food use and

demographic trends in Sciurus granatensis. pp. 239-252, In E. G. Leigh, A. S. Rand, and D. M. Windsor (eds.), The ecology of a tropical forest: seasonal rhythms and long-term changes. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington.


15. Heaney, L. R., and R. M. Timm. 1983. Systematics and distribution of shrews of the genus Crocidura (Mammalia: Insectivora) in Vietnam. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, 96:115-120.
16. Heaney, L. R. 1983. Acta Theriologica Sinica (review). Journal of Mammalogy, 64:362.
17. Heaney, L. R., and R. M. Timm. 1983. Relationships of pocket gophers of the genus Geomys from

the central and northern Great Plains. Miscellaneous Publications of the Museum of Natural History, University of Kansas, 74:1-59.


18. Heaney, L. R. 1983. Sciurus granatensis. pp. 489-490. In D. H. Janzen (ed.), Costa Rican Natural History. University of Chicago Press. 816 pp.
19. Heaney, L. R. 1984. Mammalian species richness on islands on the Sunda Shelf, Southeast Asia.

Oecologia, 61:11-17.


20. Heaney, L. R. 1984. Mammals from Camiguin Island, Philippines. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, 97:119-125.
21. Heaney, L. R., and R. L. Peterson. 1984. A new species of tube-nosed fruit bat (Nyctimene) from

Negros Island, Philippines (Mammalia: Pteropodidae). Occasional Papers of the Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan, 708:1-16.


22. Heaney, L. R. 1984. Climatic influences on life history tactics and behavior of North American tree

squirrels. pp. 43-78. In J. O. Murie and G. R. Michener (eds), The biology of ground dwelling squirrels. University of Nebraska Press. 459 pp.


23. Wells-Gosling, N., and L. R. Heaney. 1984. Glaucomys sabrinus. Mammalian Species, 229:1-8.
24. Heaney, L. R., and R. M. Timm. 1985. Morphology, genetics, and ecology of pocket gophers (genus

Geomys) in a narrow hybrid zone. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 25:301-317.
25. Musser, G. G., and L. R. Heaney. 1985. Philippine Rattus: a new species from the Sulu Archipelago.

American Museum Novitates, 2818:1-32.


26. Musser, G. G., L. R. Heaney, and D. S. Rabor. 1985. Philippine rats: description of a new species

of Crateromys from Dinagat Island. American Museum Novitates, 2821:1-25.


27. Heaney, L. R. 1985. Systematics of Oriental pygmy squirrels of the genera Exilisciurus and Nannosciurus

(Mammalia, Sciuridae). Miscellaneous Publications of the Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan, 170:1-58.


28. Heaney, L. R. 1985. Zoogeographic evidence for Middle and Late Pleistocene land bridges to the

Philippine Islands. Modern Quaternary Research in Southeast Asia, 9:127-143.


29. Heaney, L. R., and B. D. Patterson. (eds.) 1986. Island Biogeography of Mammals. Academic Press, London. 271 pp. (initially produced as a special issue of the Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, London).
30. Heaney, L. R., and B. D. Patterson. 1986. Introduction. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society,

28:i-iii.


31. Heaney, L. R. 1986. Biogeography of mammals in Southeast Asia: estimates of rates of colonization, extinction, and speciation. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 28:127-165.
32. Heaney, L. R., and A. C. Alcala. 1986. Flat-headed bats (Mammalia, Tylonycteris) from the Philippine Islands. Silliman Journal (Philippines), 33:117-123.
33. Heaney, L. R., and P. D. Heideman. 1987. Philippine fruit bats, endangered and extinct. Bats, 5:3-5.
34. Heideman, P. D., L. R. Heaney, R. L. Thomas, and K. R. Erickson. 1987. Patterns of faunal diversity and species abundance of non- volant small mammals on Negros Island, Philippines. Journal of Mammalogy, 68:884-888.
35. Patterson, B. D., and L. R. Heaney. 1987. Preliminary analysis of geographic variation in red-tailed

chipmunks (subgenus Neotamias). Journal of Mammalogy, 68:782-791.


36. Heaney. L. R., P. D. Gonzales, and A. C. Alcala. 1988. An annotated checklist of the taxonomic

and conservation status of land mammals in the Philippines. Silliman Journal 34(1987): 32-66.

37. Rickart, E. A., L. R. Heaney, and M. J. Rosenfeld. 1989. Chromosomes of ten species of Philippine fruit

bats (Chiroptera: Pteropodidae). Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, 102:520-531.


38. Heaney, L. R., P. D. Heideman, E. A. Rickart, R. B. Utzurrum, and J. S. H. Klompen. 1989. Elevational zonation of mammals in the central Philippines. Journal of Tropical Ecology, 5:259-280.
39. Heideman, P. D., and L. R. Heaney. 1989. Population biology of fruit bats (Pteropodidae) in Philippine submontane rainforest. Journal of Zoology (London), 218:565-586.
40. Heaney, L. R., and E. A. Rickart. 1990. Correlations of clades and clines: geographic, elevational,

and phylogenetic distribution patterns among Philippine mammals. pp. 321-332. In G. Peters and R. Hutterer (eds.), Vertebrates in the Tropics. Museum Alexander Koenig, Bonn. 424 pp.


41. Rickart, E. A., and L. R. Heaney. 1991. A new species of Chrotomys (Muridae) from Luzon Island,

Philippines. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, 104:387-398.


42. Heaney, L. R., P. C. Gonzales, R. C. B. Utzurrum, and E. A. Rickart. 1991. The mammals of

Catanduanes Island: implications for the biogeography of small land-bridge islands in the Philippines. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, 104:399-415.


43. Rickart, E. A., L. R. Heaney, and R. B. Utzurrum. 1991. Distribution and ecology of small mammals along an elevational transect in southeastern Luzon, Philippines. Journal of Mammalogy, 72:458-469.
44. Heaney, L. R. 1991. A synopsis of climatic and vegetational change in Southeast Asia. Climatic Change, 19:53-61.
45. Heaney, L. R. 1991. An analysis of patterns of distribution and species richness among Philippine

fruit bats (Pteropodidae). Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, 206:145-167.


46. Heaney, L. R., and R. C. B. Utzurrum. 1991 (1992). A review of the conservation status of Philippine land mammals. Association of Systematic Biologists of the Philippines Communications, 3:1-13.
47. Musser, G. G., and L. R. Heaney. 1992. Philippine rodents: definitions of Tarsomys and Limnomys

plus a preliminary assessment of phylogenetic patterns among native Philippine murines (Murinae, Muridae). Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, 211:1-138.


48. Ingle, N. R. and L. R. Heaney. 1992. A key to the bats of the Philippine Islands. Fieldiana Zoology (new

series), 69:1-44.


49. Heideman, P. D., and L. R. Heaney. 1992. (Authors of 20 species accounts in) Old-World Fruit Bats: An

Action Plan for the Family Pteropodidae (S. P. Mickleburgh, P. A. Racey, and A. M. Hutson, eds.). IUCN Press.


50. Balete, D. S., H. C. Miranda, L. R. Heaney, and J. F. Rieger. 1992. Diversity and conservation of Philippine land vertebrates: an annotated bibliography. Silliman Journal, 36:129-149.
51. Oliver, W. L. R., C. R. Cox, P. C. Gonzales, and L. R. Heaney. 1993. Cloud rats in the Philippines - preliminary report on distribution and status. Oryx, 27:41-48.
52. Hoffmann, R. S., C. G. Anderson, R. W. Thorington, Jr., and L. R. Heaney. 1993. Family Sciuridae. Pp.

419-465, in Mammal Species of the World, a taxonomic and geographic reference, Second ed. (D. Wilson and D. M. Reeder, eds.). Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D.C. 1206 pp.

53. Heideman, P. D., J. A. Cummings, and L. R. Heaney. 1993. Observations on reproductive timing and early embryonic development in an Old World fruit bat, Otopteropus cartilagonodus (Megachiroptera). Journal of Mammalogy, 74:621-630.
54. Rickart, E. A., L. R. Heaney, P. D. Heideman, and R. C. B. Utzurrum. 1993. The distribution and ecology of mammals on Leyte, Biliran, and Maripipi islands, Philippines. Fieldiana Zoology (new series), 72:1-62.
55. Peterson, A. T., and L. R. Heaney. 1993. Genetic differentiation in Philippine bats of the genera Cynopterus and Haplonycteris. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 49: 203-218.
56. Heaney, L. R., W. Gruezo, C. C. Custodio, and E. A. Rickart (eds.). 1993. Symposium on Conservation of Philippine Vertebrates. Asia Life Sciences, 2:101-304.
57. Heaney, L. R. 1993. Biodiversity patterns and the conservation of mammals in the Philippines. Asia Life Sciences, 2:261-274.
58. Heaney, L. R. and M. Ruedi. 1994. A preliminary analysis of biogeography and phylogeny of shrews (Mammalia: Soricidae) from the Philippine Islands. pp 357-377. The biology of shrews; J. Merritt, G. Kirkland, and R. Rose, eds. Special Publications, Carnegie Museum.
59. Balete, D. S., L. R. Heaney, and R. I. Crombie. 1995. First records of Hipposideros lekaguli

Thonglongya and Hill 1974 from the Philippines. Asia Life Sciences, 4:89-94.


60. Heaney, L. R. 1995. Population vulnerability of mammals in isolated insular habitats: pp. 179-192.

In C. Istock and R. S. Hoffmann (eds), Storm over a Mountain Island: Conservation Biology and the Mount Graham Affair. University of Arizona Press, Tucson. 291 pp.
61. Custodio, C. C., M. V. Lepiten, and L. R. Heaney. 1996. Bubalus mindorensis. Mammalian Species,

520:1-5.
62. Glanz, W. E., R. W. Thorington, J. Madden, and L. R. Heaney. 1996. Seasonal food use and

demographic trends in Sciurus granatensis. pp. 239-252, In E. G. Leigh, A. S. Rand, and D. M. Windsor (eds.), The ecology of a tropical forest: seasonal rhythms and long-term changes, Second Edition. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington. 503 pp.
63. Oliver, W. L. R and L. R. Heaney. 1996. Biodiversity and conservation in the Philippines. International

Zoo News, 43:329-337.

64. Heaney, L. R., C. R. Banks, L. E. Afuang, B. R. Tabaranza, Jr., and D. S. Balete (eds.). 1997.

Fourth Annual Symposium - Workshop of the Wildlife Conservation Society of the Philippines on “Conservation of Threatened Species of Philippine Wildlife”. Sylvatrop (1995), 5 (1 & 2):1-137.


65. Heaney, L. R., and B. R. Tabaranza, Jr. 1997. A preliminary report on mammalian diversity and conservation status of Camiguin Island, Philippines. Sylvatrop (1995), 5:57-64.
66. Heaney, L. R. 1997. Current problems and research priorities for the conservation of mammalian diversity in the Philippines. Sylvatrop (1995), 5:87-88.
67. Oliver, W. L. R., and L. R. Heaney. 1997. Biodiversity and conservation in the Philippines: an

introduction to a global priority. Pp. xi-xx. In Wildlife Conservation Society of the Philippines, Philippine Red Data Book. Bookmark, Manila, Philippines. 240 pp.

68. Heaney, L. R., D. S. Balete, and A. T. L. Dans. 1997. Terrestrial Mammals. Pp. 116-144. In Wildlife

Conservation Society of the Philippines, Philippine Red Data Book. Bookmark, Manila, Philippines.

240 pp.
69. Heaney, L R. and R. A. Mittermeier 1997. The Philippines. In: R. A. Mittermeier, P.Robles Gil and

C.G. Mittermeier (Eds.). Megadiversity. Earth's Biologically Wealthiest Nations. CEMEX, Monterrey, Mexico, pp. 236-255.


70. Balete, D. S., and L. R. Heaney. 1997. Density, biomass, and movement estimates for murid rodents in

mossy forest on Mount Isarog, southern Luzon, Philippines. Ecotropica, 3:91-100.


71. Heaney, L. R. and J. C. Regalado, Jr. 1998. Vanishing Treasures of the Philippine Rain Forest. The

Field Museum, Chicago. 88 pp.

72. Heaney, L. R., D. S. Balete, M. L. Dolar, A. C. Alcala, A. T. L. Dans, P. C. Gonzales, N. R. Ingle, M. V. Lepiten, W. L. R. Oliver, P. S. Ong, E. A. Rickart, B. R. Tabaranza, Jr., and R. C. B. Utzurrum. 1998. A synopsis of the mammalian fauna of the Philippine Islands. Fieldiana Zoology new series, 88:1-61.
73. Rickart, E. A., L. R. Heaney, D. S. Balete, and B. R. Tabaranza, Jr. 1998. A review of the genera

Crunomys and Archboldomys (Rodentia, Muridae, Murinae) with descriptions of two new species from the Philippines. Fieldiana Zoology new series, 89:1-24.
74. Musser, G. G., L. R. Heaney, and B. R. Tabaranza, Jr. 1998. Philippine rodents: redefinition of known

species of Batomys (Muridae, Murinae) and description of a new species from Dinagat Island, Philippines. American Museum Novitates, 3237:1-51.


75. Heaney, L. R. 1999. A Philippine Journey: the evolution of an environmental crisis. In the Field, 70:2-5.
76. Heaney, L. R. 1999. Monitoring mammalian diversity in the Philippines: a discussion of issues. Sylvatrop (1997), 7:108 (abstract only).
77. Rickart, E. A., J. A. Mercier, and L. R. Heaney. 1999. Cytogeography of Philippine bats. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, 112:453-469.
78. Heaney, L. R., D. S. Balete, E. A. Rickart, R. C. B. Utzurrum, and P. C. Gonzales. 1999. Mammalian diversity on Mt. Isarog, a threatened center of endemism on southern Luzon Island, Philippines. Fieldiana Zoology new series, 95:1-62.
79. Heaney, L. R. 1999. Northern flying squirrel / Glaucomys sabrinus. pp. 462-463. In D. E. Wilson and S. Ruff (eds.), the Smithsonian Book of North American Mammals. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D. C., 750 pp.
80. Heaney, L. R. 1999. Historical biogeography in SE Asia: Integrating paradigms and refining the details. (Review of “Biogeography and Geological Evolution in Southeast Asia”, edited by R. Hall and J. D. Holloway). Journal of Biogeography 26: 435-437.
81. Heaney, L. R., P. S. Ong, R. A. Mittermeier, and C. G. Mittermeier. 1999. The Philippines. Pp. 308-317. In R. A. Mittermeier, N. Myers, P. Robles G., and C. G. Mittermeier (eds.), Hotspots, earth’s biologically richest and most endangered terrestrial ecosystems. CEMEX, Mexico City. 431 pp.
82. Ingle, N. R., J. L. Sedlock, and L. R. Heaney. 1999. Bats of Mindanao Island, Philippines. Laminated color field guide, 2pp. The Field Museum, Chicago.

83. Heaney, L. R., N. R. Ingle, J. L. Sedlock, and B. R. Tabaranza, Jr. 1999. Non-flying mammals of Mindanao Island, Philippines. Laminated color field guide, 2pp. The Field Museum, Chicago.


84. Heaney, L. R. 2000. Dynamic disequilibrium: a long-term, large-scale perspective on the equilibrium model of island biogeography. Global Ecology and Biogeography 9:59-74.
85. Heaney, L. R., A. Diesmos, B. R. Tabaranza Jr., N. A. Mallari, and R. Brown. 2000. Beacon of Hope - a first report from Kalinga Province, in the Northern Central Cordillera. Haring Ibon (Manila), 2:14-18.
86. Rickart, E. A., and L. R. Heaney. 2001. Shrews of the La Sal Mountains, southeastern Utah. Western North American Naturalist, 61:103-108.
87. Heaney, L. R., M. V. Lomolino, and R. J. Whittaker (eds.) 2001. Diversity patterns of small mammals along elevational gradients. Special issue, Global Ecology and Biogeography, 10:1-109.
88. Heaney, L. R. 2001. Small mammal diversity along elevational gradients in the Philippines: an assessment of patterns and hypotheses. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 10:15-39.
89. Cranch, A. E., L. R. Heaney, and J. Kerbis Peterhans. 2001. The Royal Kingdom of Bhutan: Sanctuary for Biodiversity. In the Field, 72:2-6.
90. Heaney, L. R. 2002. Island life along Wallace’s Line: Biogeography and patterns of endemism in the Philippines and Indonesia. Pp. 28-30. In Wikramanayake, E., E. Dinerstein, C.J. Loucks, D.M. Olson, J. Morrison, J. Lamoreaux, M. McKnight, and P. Hedao. Terrestrial ecoregions of the Indo-Pacific: A conservation assessment. Washington, DC: Island Press. 643 pp.
91. Heaney, L. R., E. K. Walker, B. R. Tabaranza, Jr., and N. R. Ingle. 2002. Mammalian diversity in the Philippines: an assessment of the adequacy of current data. Sylvatrop, 10 (2000):6-27.
92. Heaney, L. R. and N. A. D. Mallari. 2002. A preliminary analysis of current gaps in the protection of threatened Philippine terrestrial mammals. Sylvatrop, 10 (2000):28-39.
93. Rickart, E. A., L. R. Heaney, and B. R. Tabaranza, Jr. 2002. Review of Bullimus (Muridae: Murinae) and description of a new species from Camiguin Island, Philippines. Journal of Mammalogy 83:421-436.
94. Heaney, L. R. 2002. A decade of research on Philippine mammals: Progress and challenges. Silliman Journal 42 (2001):88-108.
95. Rickart, E. A., and L. R. Heaney. 2002. Further studies on the chromosomes of Philippine rodents (Muridae: Murinae). Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 115:473-487.
96. Heaney, L. R. 2002. Biological Diversity in the Philippines: an Introduction to Megadiversity in a Nation of Islands. Pp 2-8. In P. S. Ong, L. E. Afuang, R. G. Rosell-Amball (eds.), Philippine Biodiversity Conservation Priorities. Department of Environment and Natural Resources and Conservation International Philippines, Quezon City. Pp xvii + 113.
97. Heaney, L. R., D. S. Balete, Genevieve V. A. Gee, and E. A. Rickart. 2003. Remarkable rats of the Central Cordillera. Haring Ibon.13:18-29.
98. Rickart, E. A., L. R. Heaney, and B. R. Tabaranza, Jr. 2003. A new species of Limnomys (Rodentia: Muridae: Murinae) from Mindanao Island, Philippines. Journal of Mammalogy 84:1443-1455.
99. Steppan, S., C. Zawadski, and L. R. Heaney. 2003. Molecular phylogeny of the endemic Philippine rodent Apomys (Muridae) and the dynamics of diversification in an oceanic archipelago. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 80:699-715.
100. Heaney, L. R. 2004. Remarkable rats and the origins of island biological diversity. In The Field 75:16-18.
101. Rickart, E. A., L. R. Heaney, and R. S. Hoffmann. 2004. First record of Sorex tenellus from the central Great Basin. Southwestern Naturalist 49:132-134.
102. Heaney, L. R. and G. Vermeij. 2004. Diversification. Pp. 779-788. In M. V. Lomolino, J. H. Brown, and D. Sax (eds.). Foundations of Biogeography. University of Chicago Press. 1291 pp.
103. Heaney, L. R. 2004. Return to the Sea of Cortez (review of A New Island Biogeography of the Sea of Cortez, edited by Case, Cody, and Ezcurra. ) Journal of Biogeography 31:1551-1553.

104. Heaney, L. R., D. S. Balete, E. A. Rickart, M. J. Veluz, and J. Sarmiento. 2004. Welcome surprises from Mt. Banahaw. Haring Ibon, 16:10-15.

105. Lomolino, M. V., and L. R. Heaney (eds.). 2004. The Frontiers of Biogeography: New Directions in the Geography of Nature. Sinauer Associates, Sunderland.
106. Heaney, L. R. 2004. Conservation Biogeography in an Oceanic Archipelago. Pp. 345-360. In M. V. Lomolino and L. R. Heaney (eds.), Frontiers of Biogeography, New Directions in the Geography of Nature. Sinauer Associates, Sunderland.

107. Esselstyn, J. A., P. Widmann & L. R. Heaney. 2004. The Mammals of Palawan Island, Philippines. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 117:271-302.


108. Heaney, L. R., Walsh, J. S. Jr., and A. T. Peterson. 2005. The roles of geological history and colonization abilities in genetic differentiation between mammalian populations in the Philippine archipelago. Journal of Biogeography 32:229-247.
109. Heaney, L. R. 2005. Remarkable rats. USA Today 133:44-47.
110. Heaney, L. R., D. S. Balete, G. V. Gee, M. V. Lepiten-Tabao, E. A. Rickart, and B. R. Tabaranza. 2005. Preliminary report on the mammals of Balbalasang, Kalinga Province, Luzon. Sylvatrop 13 (2003):51-62.
111. Rickart, E. A., L. R. Heaney, S. M. Goodman, and S. Jansa. 2005. Review of Chrotomys and description of a new species from Sibuyan Island, Philippines. Journal of Mammalogy 86:415-428.
112. Balete, D. S., L. R. Heaney, J. Sarmiento, and M. J. Veluz. 2005. Zambales surprises: The mammals of Mt. Tapulao. Haring Ibon 21:20-27.



113. Heaney, L. R. 2005. A second chance to avert extinction: good news for Philippine biodiversity. Silliman Journal 45 (2004):111-112.
114. Jansa, S., K. Barker, and L. R. Heaney. 2006. The pattern and timing of diversification of Philippine endemic rodents: Evidence from mitochondrial and nuclear gene sequences. Systematic Biology 55:73-88.

115. Catibog-Sinha, C. C., and L. R. Heaney. 2006. Philippine Biodiversity, Principles and Practice. Haribon Foundation, Philippines. 495 pp.

116. Heaney, L. R. (editor). 2006. The Mammals and Birds of Camiguin Sur Island, Philippines, an Isolated Center of Biodiversity. Fieldiana Zoology, new series, 106:1-72.
117. Heaney, L. R. and B. R. Tabaranza, Jr. 2006 Mammal and Land Bird Studies on Camiguin Island, Philippines: Background and Conservation Priorities. Fieldiana Zoology, new series, 106:1-13.
118. Heaney, L. R. and B. R. Tabaranza, Jr. 2006. A new species of forest mouse, genus Apomys (Mammalia: Rodentia: Muridae) from Camiguin Island, Philippines. Fieldiana Zoology, new series, 106:14-27.
119. Heaney, L. R., B. R. Tabaranza, Jr., D. S. Balete, and N. Rigertas. 2006. Synopsis and biogeography of the mammals of Camiguin Island, Philippines. Fieldiana Zoology new series, 106:28-48.
120. Balete, D. S., B. R. Tabaranza, Jr., and L. R. Heaney. 2006. An annotated checklist of the land birds of Camiguin Island, Philippines. Fieldiana Zoology new series, 106:58-72.
121. Croft, D. A., L. R. Heaney, J. J. Flynn, and A. P. Bautista. 2006. Fossil remains of a new, diminutive Bubalus (Artiodactyla: Bovidae: Bovini) from Cebu Island, Philippines. Journal of Mammalogy, 87:1037-1051.
122. Balete, D. S., E. A. Rickart, and L. R. Heaney. 2006. A new species of the shrew-mouse, Archboldomys (Rodentia: Muridae: Murinae) from the Philippines. Systematics and Biodiversity, 4:489-501.
123. Heaney, L. R., B. R. Tabaranza Jr., D. S. Balete, E. A. Rickart, and N. R. Ingle. 2006. The mammals of Mt. Kitanglad Nature Park, Mindanao, Philippines. Fieldiana: Zoology, new series, 112: 1-63.
124. Heaney, L. R., D. S. Balete, J. Sarmiento, and P. A. Alviola. 2006. Losing diversity and courting disaster: The mammals of Mt. Data National Park. Haring Ibon 25: 15-23.
125. Heaney, L. R. 2007. Is a new paradigm emerging for oceanic island biogeography? Journal of Biogeography, 34: 753-757.
126. Balete, D. S., E. A. Rickart, R. G. B. Rosell-Ambal, S. Jansa, and L. R. Heaney. 2007. Descriptions of two new species of Rhynchomys Thomas (Rodentia: Muridae: Murinae), from Luzon Island, Philippines. Journal of Mammalogy, 88: 287-301.
127. Heaney, L. R. 2007. Islands Rising (Review of Island Biogeography: Ecology, Evolution, and Conservation, 2nd edition, but R. J. Whittaker and J. M. Fernandez-Palacios). Journal of Biogeography, 34: 1832.

128. Rickart, E. A., D. S. Balete, and L. R. Heaney. 2007. Habitat disturbance and the ecology of small mammals in the Philippines. Journal of Environmental Science and Management 10: 34-41.


129. Esselstyn, J. A., H. J. D. Garcia, M. G. Saulog, and L. R. Heaney. 2008. A new species of Desmalopex (Pteropodidae) from the Philippines, with a phylogenetic analysis of the pteropodini. Journal of Mammalogy, 89: 815-825.
130. Jan Schipper and 131 other authors, including Heaney, L. R. 2008. Status of the World’s Land and Marine Mammals: Diversity, Threat, and Knowledge. Science, 322: 225-230.
131. Balete, D. S., L. R. Heaney, E. A. Rickart, R. S. Quidlat, and J. C. Ibanez. 2008. A new species of Batomys (Muridae: Murinae) from eastern Mindanao Island, Philippines. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, 121: 411-428.
132. Rickart, E.A., S. Robson, and L. R. Heaney. 2008. Mammals of Great Basin National Park, Nevada: comparative field surveys and assessment of faunal change. Monographs of the Western North American Naturalist, 4: 77-114.
133. Duya, M. R. M., M. V. Duya, P. A. Alviola, D. S. Balete, and L. R. Heaney. 2008. Report on a Survey of the Mammals of the Sierra Madre Range, Luzon Island, Philippines. Banwa, 4 (2007):41-68.
134. Heaney, L. R., and S. M. Goodman. 2009. Mammal radiations. Pp. 588-591. In R. Gillespie and D. Clague (eds.), Encyclopedia of Islands. University of California Press.
135. Heaney, L. R., and M. V. Lomolino. 2009. From the foundations to the frontiers of biogeography. Frontiers of Biogeography, 1:3-4.
136. Balete, D. S., L. R. Heaney, M. J. Veluz, and E. A. Rickart. 2009. Diversity patterns of small mammals in the Zambales Mts., Luzon, Philippines. Mammalian Biology, 74:456-466.
137. Heaney, L. R., D. S. Balete, E. A. Rickart, M. J. Veluz, and S. Jansa. 2009. A new genus and species of small “tree mouse” (Rodentia, Muridae) related to the Philippine giant cloud-rats. In R. S. Voss and M. D. Carleton (eds.), Systematic Mammalogy, Contributions in Honor of Guy G. Musser. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, 331: 205-229.
138. Heaney, L. R., and T. E. Roberts. 2009. New Perspectives on the Long-Term Biogeographic Dynamics and Conservation of Philippine Fruit Bats. Pp. 17-58. In T. H. Fleming and P. Racey (eds.), Ecology, Evolution, and Conservation of Island Bats. University of Chicago Press.
139. Heaney, L. R., M. L. Dolar, D. S. Balete, J. A. Esselstyn, E. A. Rickart, and J. L. Sedlock. 2010. Synopsis of Philippine Mammals. Field Museum website, http://www.fieldmuseum.org/philippine_mammals/

140. Heaney, L. R. 2010. (Review of) The Theory of Island Biogeography Revisited. Quarterly Review of Biology, 85:350-351.


141. Hoffmann, M., C. Hilton-Taylor, A. Angulo, et al. (206 authors, including L. R. Heaney). 2010. The Impact of Conservation on the Status of the World’s Vertebrates. Science, 330:1503-1509.
142. Rickart, E. A., L. R. Heaney, D. S. Balete, and B. R. Tabaranza, Jr. 2011. Small mammal diversity along an elevational gradient in northern Luzon, Philippines. Mammalian Biology, 76: 12-21.
143. Rickart, E. A., D. S. Balete, R. J. Rowe, and L. R. Heaney. 2011. Mammals of the northern Philippines: tolerance for habitat disturbance and resistance to invasive species in an endemic fauna. Diversity and Distributions, 17:530-541.
144. Heaney, L. R. 2011. Island biogeography: Paradigm lost? Frontiers of Biogeography, 2:94-97.
145. Heaney, L. R. (ed.). Discovering Diversity: Studies of the Mammals of Luzon Island, Philippines. 2011. Fieldiana Life and Earth Sciences, 2:vii + 102 pp.

146. Heaney, L. R., E. A. Rickart, D. S. Balete, M. V. Duya, M. R. Duya, and S. Steppan. 2011. Seven new species and a new subgenus of forest mice (Rodentia: Muridae: Apomys) from Luzon Island. Fieldiana Life and Earth Sciences, 2:1-60.


147. Alviola, P. A., M. R. M. D. Duya, M. V. Duya, L. R. Heaney, and E. A. Rickart. 2011. Mammalian diversity patterns on Mt. Palali, Caraballo Mountains, Luzon. Fieldiana Life and Earth Sciences, 2:61-74.
148. D. S. Balete, P. A. Alviola, M. R. M. Duya, Melizar V. Duya, L. R. Heaney, and E. A. Rickart. 2011. The mammals of the Mingan Mountains, Luzon: evidence for a new center of mammalian endemism. Fieldiana Life and Earth Sciences, 2: 75-87.
149. Duya, M. R. M. D., M. V. Duya, P. A. Alviola, D. S. Balete, and L. R. Heaney. 2011. Diversity of small mammals in montane and mossy forests on Mount Cetaceo, Cagayan Province, Luzon. Fieldiana Life and Earth Sciences, 2:88-95.
In press
Heaney, L. R., P. J. Piper, and A. S. Mijares. 2011. The first fossil record of endemic murid rodents from the Philippines: A Late Pleistocene cave fauna from northern Luzon. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, in press.









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