Dr. Herzog is a Wildlife Biologist at the Dixon Field Station. His expertise and interests are in quantitative analysis of ecological data with specific emphasis in avian systems and the estimation of demographic parameters. Dr. Herzog also develops statistical tools and programs used in the analysis of demography and life history.
Before joining USGS, Mark was the co-Director of the Informatics Division at PRBO Conservation Science (now Point Blue), where he led the development of quantitative techniques for the analysis of avian data and helped create the highly successful California Avian Data Center.
- University of Alaska Fairbanks: Fairbanks, AK, United States
1994 to 2001 | PhD (Wildlife)
- New Mexico State University: Las Cruces, NM, United States
1992 to 1994 | M.S. (Department of Fish and Wildlife)
- University of Arizona: Tucson, AZ, United States
1987 to 1992 | B.S. (Mathematics and Ecology)
RELATED WORK EXPERIENCE:
- U.S. Geological Survey: Dixon, CA, United States
2010 to present | Wildlife Biology (Western Ecological Research Center)
- Point Blue Conservation Science: Petaluma, CA, United States
2004 to 2010 | Director of Informatics
- University of Nevada Reno: Reno, NV, United States
2001 to 2004 | Postdoctoral Researcher (Wildlife)
Ackerman, JT, MP Herzog, DC Evers, DA Cristol, KP Kenow, GH Heinz, RA Lavoie, RL Brasso, ML Mallory, JF Provencher, BM Braune, A Matz, JA Schmutz, CA Eagles-Smith, LJ Savoy, MW Meyer, and CA Hartman. Synthesis of maternal transfer of mercury in birds: implications for altered toxicity risk. Environmental Science and Technology 54:2878-2891.
Ackerman, JT, CA Hartman, MP Herzog, JY Takekawa, JA Robinson, LW Oring, JP Skorupa and R Boettcher. American Avocet (Recurvirostra americana), version 1.0, in AF Poole (editor): Birds of the World. Cornell Lab of Ornithology: Ithaca, New York. https://birdsoftheworld.org/bow/species/ameavo/cur/introduction
Croston, R, CA Hartman, MP Herzog, SH Peterson, JD Kohl, CT Overton, CL Feldheim, ML Casazza, and JT Ackerman. Interrupted incubation: how dabbling ducks respond when flushed from the nest. Ecology and Evolution accepted.
Croston, R, CA Hartman, MP Herzog, ML Casazza, CL Feldheim, and JT Ackerman. Timing, frequency, and duration of incubation recesses in dabbling ducks. Ecology and Evolution 10:2513-2529.
Herzog, MP, JT Ackerman, CA Hartman, and SP Peterson. Transmitter effects on growth and survival of Forster’s tern chicks. Journal of Wildlife Management 84:891-901.
Herzog, MP, JT Ackerman, CA Hartman, and H Browers. Nesting ecology of white-faced ibis (Plegadis chihi) in Great Salt Lake,