Kate Ingenloff

Kate Ingenloff

Graduate Student
785.864.4540
Dyche Hall

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

Publications: 
  • Ingenloff, K., C. Hensz, T. Anamza, V. Barve, L. Campbell, J. Cooper, E. Komp, L. Jiménez, K.V. Olsen, L. Osorio-Olvera, H. Owens, A.T. Peterson, A. Samy, M. Simões, and J. Soberón. 2017. Predictable invasion dynamics in American populations of the Eurasian Collared Dove Streptopelia decaocto. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. DOI: 10.1098/rspb.2017.1157.
  • Ingenloff, K. 2017. Biologically-informed ecological niche models for highly mobile species: non-breeding Wandering Albatrosses (Diomedea exulans) distributions in the southern oceans. European Journal of Ecology. DOI: 10.1515/eje-2017-0006.
  • Peterson, A.T. and K. Ingenloff. 2016. Biodiversity Informatics Training Curriculum, version 1.2. Biodiversity Informatics 10:65–74. DOI: 10.17161/bi.v11i0.5008.
  • Ingenloff, K. and A.T. Peterson. 2015. Trans-Amazonian dispersal potential for Crotalus durissus during Pleistocene climate events. Biota Neotropica 15(2):1–7.
  • Manthey, J.D., L.P. Campbell, E.E. Saupe, J. Soberón, C.M. Hensz, C.E. Meyers, H.L. Owens, K. Ingenloff, A.T. Peterson, N. Barve, A. Lira-Noriega, and V. Barve. 2015. A test of niche centrality as a determinant of population trends and conservation status in threatened and endangered North American birds. Endangered Species Research 26:201–208. DOI: 10.3354/esr00646.
  • 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. DOI: 10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2013.04.011.
  • 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):381–382. DOI: 10.1086/668179.
  • 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. DOI: 10.1111/j.1365/2915.2012.00995x.
  • Poché, D., R. Garlapati, K. Ingenloff, J. Remmers, and R. Poché. 2011. Bionomics of phlebotomine sandflies from three villages in Bihar, India: Preliminary Report. Journal of Vector Ecology 36 (Suppl 1):S106–17. DOI: 10.1111/j.1948-7134.2011.00119.x.
 

Funding & Awards

  • Ingenloff, K. 2018. Young Researchers Award. Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF). €5000.
  • Ingenloff, K. 2018. EEB Summer Fund Program. Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, University of Kansas. $3000.
  • Ingenloff, K. 2017. KU Biodiversity Institute Panorama Grant. $1000.
  • Ingenloff, K. 2017. EEB Summer Fund Program. Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, University of Kansas. $3500.
  • Ingenloff, K. 2017. Summer Research Scholarship. Office of Graduate Studies, University of Kansas. $5000.
  • Ingenloff, K. 2016. Ida Hyde Scholarship. $2500.
  • Ingenloff, K. 2013. Climate change, humans, and nature in the global environment (C-CHANGE) IGERT, National Science Foundation. $30,000.

 

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Education: 

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