Kate Ingenloff

Kate Ingenloff

Graduate Student
Dyche Hall

Kate is an ecologist interested in the impacts of anthropogenic and climatic influences on species distributions.


Owens, H.L, L.P Campbell, L. Dornak, E. Saupe, N. Barve, J. Soberón, K. Ingenloff, A. Lira-Noriega, C.M. Hensz, C.E. Myers, A.T. Peterson, and V. Barve. 2013. Constraints on Interpretation of Ecological Niche Models by Limited Environmental Ranges on Calibration Areas. Ecological Modelling 263: 10-18.

Ingenloff, K. 2012. Review of Seabird Islands: Ecology, Invasion, and Restoration.  Edited by Christa P. H. Mulder, Wendy B. Anderson, David R. Towns, and Peter J. Bellingham. Quarterly Review of Biology 87(4):381-3812.

Ingenloff, K., R. Garlapati, D. Poché, M.I. Singh, J.L. Remmers, and R.M. Poché. 2012. Feed-through insecticides for the control of the sand fly Phlebotomus argentipes. Journal of Medical and Veterinary Entomology 27:10-18.

Poché, D., R. Garlapati, K. Ingenloff, J. Remmers & R. Poché. 2011. Bionomics of phlebotomine sandflies from three villages in Bihar, India: Preliminary Report. Journal of Vector Ecology 36 (Suppl 1): S106-17.


M.A. Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, University of Kansas, 2013
Graduate Certificate, Environmental Studies, University of Kansas, 2013
B.Sc. Wildlife & Fisheries Sciences, Texas A&M University, 2005