People

Jedediah Brodie

Jedediah Brodie

Assistant Professor; John Craighead Endowed Chair of Conservation

Office: NS 208A
Email: jedediah.brodie@mso.umt.edu

Personal Website

Publications

2016 and in press

Brodie, J.F.  2016.  How monkeys sequester carbon.  Trends in Ecology and Evolution 31: 414-416

Brodie, J.F., J. Mohd-Azlan, and J. Schnell.  2016. How individual links affect network stability in a large-scale, heterogeneous metacommunity.  Ecology 97: 1658-1667

Brodie, J.F.  2016. Synergistic effects of climate change and agricultural land use on mammals.  Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 14: 20-26

Brodie, J.F., M. Paxton, G. Bala, G. Reynolds, G. Nagu, R. Clements, J. Hon, and A. Jain.  In Press. Connecting science, policy, and implementation for landscape-scale habitat connectivity.  Conservation Biology

Harrison, R.D., R. Sreekar, J.F. Brodie, S. Brook, M. Luskin, H. O’Kelly, M. Rao, B. Scheffers, and N. Velho.  In Press. Consequences of bushmeat hunting for Asian tropical forests.  Conservation Biology

Granados, A., and J.F. Brodie.  2016. Persistence of tropical Asian ungulates in the face of hunting and climate change. Pages 223-235 in: M. Sankaran and F. Ahrestani, editors, The ecology of large herbivores in South and Southeast Asia. Springer, Dordrecht

Granados, A., K. Crowther, J.F. Brodie, and H. Bernard.  In Press. High mammal diversity in Borneo forests selectively logged two decades previously.  Mammalian Biology

Aslan, C., J. Bronstein, H. Rogers, J.F. Brodie, and T. Young.  2016. Leveraging nature’s backup plans to incorporate interspecific interactions and resilience into restoration.  Restoration Ecology 24: 434-440

Pangau, M., and J.F. Brodie.  In Press. Preliminary analysis of seed dispersal by dwarf cassowary in the Arfak Mountains, Papua, Indonesia.  Journal of Indonesian Natural History

Mathai, J., J.F. Brodie, A. Giordano, A. Peter, R. Alfred, J. Belant, S. Kramer-Schadt, and A. Wilting.  2016. Predicted distribution of Hose’s civet Diplogale hosei in Borneo.  Raffles Bulletin of Zoology 33: 118-125

Moyes, C., Z. Huang, F. Shearer, A. Wiebe, H. Gibson, V. Nijman, J. Mohd-Azlan, J.F. Brodie, S. Malaivijitnond, M. Linkie, H. Samejima, T. 0’Brien, C. Trainor, Y. Hamada, A. Giordano, P. Newton, M. Kinnaird, I. Elyazar, M. Sinka, I. Vythilingam, M. Bangs, D. Weiss, N. Golding, and S. Hay.  2016. Predicting the geographical distributions of the macaque hosts and mosquito vectors of Plasmodium knowlesi malaria and their relationship with forest cover.  Parasites and Vectors 9: 242

Duckworth, J., H. Samejima, G. Semiadi, A. Hearn, J. Ross, L. Liat, G. Fredriksson, S. Cheyne, M. Heydon, D. Augeri, J.F. Brodie, A. Giordano, Y. Nakashima, R. Boonratana, S. Persey, J. Hon, A. Marshall, J. Mathai, M. Azlan, A. Peter, D. Macdonald, J. Belant, S. Kramer-Schadt, and A. Wilting.  2016. Predicted distribution of banded linsang Prionodon linsang in Borneo.  Raffles Bulletin of Zoology 33: 71-77

Hearn, A., J. Ross, D. Macdonald, G. Bolongon, S. Cheyne, J. Mohd-Azlan, H. Samefima, J.F. Brodie, A. Giordano, R. Alfred, R. Boonratana, S. Meiri, Rustam, H. Bernard, B. Loken, D. Augeri, M. Heydon, J. Hon, L. Liat, M. Nakabayashi, J. Pilgrim, M. Bezuijen, J. Hall, M. Lammertink, E. Meijaard, C. Breitenmoser-Wursten, S. Kramer-schadt, and A. Wilting.  2016. Predicted distribution of the Sunda clouded leopard Neofelis diardi in Borneo.  Raffles Bulletin of Zoology 33: 149-156

Wilting, A., S. Cheyne, J. Mohd-Azlan, L. Liat, A. Hearn, J. Ross, H. Samejima, R. Boonratana, A. Marshall, J.F. Brodie, A. Giordano, J. Eaton, J. Hall, J. Pilgrim, M. Heydon, G. Semiadi, D. Macdonald, C. Breitenmoser-Wursten, and S. Kramer-Schadt.  2016. Predicted distribution of the flat-headed cat Prionailurus planiceps in Borneo.  Raffles Bulletin of Zoology 33: 173-179

Duckworth, J., A. Hearn, J. Ross, H. Samejima, J. Mohd-Azlan, S. Cheyne, R. Alfred, D. Augeri, J. Mathai, M. Heydon, R. Boonratana, Rustam, G. Semiadi, T. van Berkel, J.F. Brodie, A. Giordano, A. Peter, J. Eaton, G. Fredriksson, J. Hall, Y. Nakashima, D. Macdonald, J. Belant, S. Kramer-Schadt, and A. Wilting.  2016. Predicted distribution of short-tailed mongoose Herpestes brachyurus in Borneo.  Raffles Bulletin of Zoology 33: 132-141

Nakabayashi, M., Y. Nakashima, A. Hearn, J. Ross, R. Alfred, H. Samejima, J. Mohd-Azlan, L. Liat, M. Heydon, Rustam, H. Bernard, G. Semiadi, G. Fredriksson, R. Boonratana, A. Marshall, N. Lim, D. Augeri, J. Hon, T. Berkel, J.F. Brodie, A. Giordano, J. Hall, B. Loken, S. Persey, E. Pollard, D. Macdonald, J. Belant, S. Kramer-Schadt, and A. Wilting.  2016. Predicted distribution of common palm civet Paradoxurus hermaphroditus in Borneo.  Raffles Bulletin of Zoology 33: 84-88

Mohamed, A., J. Ross, A. Hearn, S. Cheyne, S. Meiri, R. Alfred, H. Bernard, L. Liat, R. Boonratana, H. Samejima, M. Heydon, D. Augeri, J.F. Brodie, A. Giordano, G. Fredriksson, S. Persey, J. Hall, B. Loken, M. Nakabayashi, Y. Nakashima, S. Pieterse, B. Wielstra, J. Pilgrim, Rustam, G. Semiadi, T. Berkel, T. Boorsma, J. Hon, N. Lim, A. Marshall, J. Mathai, A. Peter, D. Macdonald, C. Breitenmoser-Wursten, S. Kramer-Schadt, and A. Wilting.  2016. Predicted distribution of the leopard cat Prionailurus bengalensis in Borneo.  Raffles Bulletin of Zoology 33: 180-185

Rustam, A. Hearn, J. Ross, R. Alfred, H. Samejima, M. Heydon, S. Cheyne, J.F. Brodie, A. Giordano, A. Giordano, H. Bernard, R. Boonratana, B. Loken, A. Mohamed, D. Augeri, J. Eaton, J. Hon, L. Liat, A. Marshall, J. Mathai, S. Meiri, A. Peter, G. Semiadi, D. Macdonald, C. Breitenmoser-Wursten, S. Kramer-Schadt, and A. Wilting.  2016. Predicted distribution of the marbled cat Pardofelis marmorata in Borneo.  Raffles Bulletin of Zoology 33: 157-164

Semiadi, G., J. Ross, A. Hearn, M. Heydon, H. Samejima, J. Mathai, D. Augeri, G. Fredriksson, N. Lim, Rustam, A. Mohamed, R. Boonratana, J.F. Brodie, A. Giordano, Y. Nakashima, T. Berkel, J. Hon, L. Liat, B. Loken, A. Marshall, M. Nakabayashi, S. Persey, D. Macdonald, J. Belant, S. Kramer-Schadt, and A. Wilting.  2016. Predicted distribution of binturong Arctictis binturong in Borneo.  Raffles Bulletin of Zoology 33: 96-102

Semiadi, G., J. Ross, A. Hearn, D. Macdonald, J. Mathai, L. Liat, D. Augeri, G. Fredriksson, Rustam, R. Alfred, J. Hall, M. Heydon, J.F. Brodie, A. Giordano, A. Marshall, J. Eaton, A. Mohamed, A. Peter, E. Pollard, H. Samejima, J. Belant, S. Kramer-Schadt, and A. Wilting.  2016. Predicted distribution of masked palm civet Paguma larvata in Borneo.  Raffles Bulletin of Zoology 33: 89-95

Ross, J., A. Hearn, D. Macdonald, G. Semiadi, H. Samejima, L. Liat, R. Alfred, A. Mohammed, J.F. Brodie, A. Giordano, M. Heydon, D. Augeri, J. Hon, Rustam, J. Mathai, M. Nakabayashi, G. Fredriksson, R. Boonratana, Y. Nakashima, B. Loken, A. Marshall, A. Peter, T. Berkel, N. Lim, S. Cheyne, J. Eaton, J. Belant, S. Kramer-Schadt, and A. Wilting.  2016. Predicted distribution of the banded civet Hemigalus derbyanus in Borneo.  Raffles Bulletin of Zoology 33: 111-117

Ross, J., A. Hearn, D. Macdonald, R. Alfred, H. Samejima, S. Cheyne, A. Mohamed, R. Boonratana, H. Bernard, J. Hon, Rustam, J.F. Brodie, A. Giordano, M. Heydon, G. Semiadi, D. Augeri, J. Mathai, G. Fredriksson, J. Hall, A. Peter, A. Marshall, L. Liat, M. Nakabayashi, J. Eaton, J. Pilgrim, E. Pollard, T. Berkel, C. Robson, J. Belant, S. Kramer-Schadt, and A. Wilting.  2016. Predicted distribution of the Malay civet Viverra tangalunga in Borneo.  Raffles Bulletin of Zoology 33: 78-83

2015

Brodie, J.F., A. Giordano, E. Zipkin, H. Tiandun, M. Azlan, and L. Ambu.  2015. Correlation and persistence of hunting and logging impacts on tropical rainforest mammals.  Conservation Biology 29: 110-121

Brodie, J.F., A. Giordano, B. Dickson, M. Hebblewhite, H. Bernard, M. Azlan, J. Andersen, and L. Ambu.  2015. Evaluating multispecies landscape connectivity in a threatened tropical mammal community.  Conservation Biology 29: 122-132

Yue, S., J.F. Brodie, E. Zipkin, and H. Bernard.  2015. Oil palm plantations fail to support mammal diversity.  Ecological Applications 25: 2285-2292

Post, E., and J.F. Brodie.  2015.  Anticipating novel conservation risks of increased human access to remote regions with warming.  Climate Change Responses 2: 2

Brodie, J.F., A. Giordano, and L. Ambu.  2015. Differential mammal responses to edge effects and selective logging.  Mammalian Biology 80: 7-13

Mang, S., and J.F. Brodie.  2015. Impacts of non-oil tree plantations on biodiversity in Southeast Asia.  Biodiversity and Conservation 24: 3431-3447

Streubig, M., A. Wilting, D. Gaveau, E. Meijaard, R. Smith, M. Fisher, K. Metcalfe, S. Kramer-Schadt, and the Borneo Mammal Distribution Group.  2015. Targeted conservation to safeguard a biodiversity hotspot from climate and land-cover change.  Current Biology 25: 372-378.

Brodie, J.F., and M. Pangau-Adam.  2015. Human impacts on two endemic cassowary species in Indonesian New Guinea.  Oryx [doi:10.1017/S0030605315001039]

Froese, G., A. Contasti, M. Haris, and J.F. Brodie.  2015. Disturbance impacts on large rainforest vertebrates differ with edge type and regional context in Sulawesi, Indonesia.  Journal of Tropical Ecology 31: 509-517

Martin, T., S. Kelly, G. Froese, J.F. Brodie, Y. Mulyani, and D.J. Kelly.  2015. New records from Buton Island, Indonesia.  Birding Asia 23: 128.

2014

Brodie, J.F., C. Aslan, H. Rogers, K. Redford, J. Maron, J. Bronstein, and C. Groves.  2014.  Secondary extinctions of biodiversity.  Trends in Ecology & Evolution 29: 664-672

Brodie, J.F., E. Post, J. Berger, and F. Watson.  2014. Trophic interactions and dynamic prey responses to climate.  Climate Change Responses 1: 4

Ancrenaz, M., R. Sollman, E. Meijaard, A.J. Hearn, J. Ross, H. Samejima, B. Loken, S.M. Cheyne, D. Stark, P.C. Gardner, B. Goossens, A. Mohamed, T. Bohm, I. Matsuda, M. Nakabayasi, L.S. Khee, H. Bernard, J.F. Brodie, S. Wich, G. Fredriksson, G. Hanya, M.E. Harrisson, T. Kanamori, P. Kretzschmar, D. Macdonald, P. Riger, S. Spehar, L. Ambu, and A. Wilting.  2014. Coming down from the trees: is terrestrial activity in Bornean orangutans natural or disturbance driven?  Scientific Reports

2013

Post, E., U.S. Bhatt, C.M. Bitz, J.F. Brodie, T.L. Fulton, M. Hebblewhite, J. Kerby, S.J. Kutz, I. Stirling, and D.A. Walker.  2013. Ecological consequences of sea ice decline.  Science 341: 519-524

Brodie, J.F., H. Johnson, M. Mitchell, P. Zager, K. Proffitt, M. Hebblewhite, M. Kauffman, B. Johnson, J. Bissonette, C. Bishop, J. Gude, J. Herbert, K. Hersey, M. Hurley, P. Lukacs, S. McCorquodale, E. McIntire, J. Nowak, H. Sawyer, D. Smith, P.J. White.  2013. Relative influence of human harvest, carnivores, and weather on adult female elk survival across western North America.  Journal of Applied Ecology 50: 295-305

Brodie, J.F., and A. Giordano.  2013. Lack of trophic release with large mammal predators and prey in Borneo.  Biological Conservation 163: 58-67

Brodie, J.F., W. Brockelman, W. Chanthorn, and A. Nathalang.  2013. Complexities in linking defaunation to the loss of tree seed dispersal: case studies from national parks in Thailand. Natural History Bulletin of the Siam Society 59: 77-90 [Invited contribution for a special section commemorating the establishment of the Thai national park system]

Jennings, A.P., J. Mathai, J.F. Brodie, A. Giordano, and G. Veron.  2013. Predicted distributions and conservation status of two threatened Southeast Asian small carnivores: the banded civet and Hose''s civet.  Mammalia 77: 261-271

Bernard, H., A. Ahmad, J. Brodie, A. Giordano, M. Lakim, R. Amat, S.K.P. Hue, L.S. Khee,A. Tuuga, P.T. Malim, D.Lim-Hasegawa, Y.S. Wai, and W. Sinun.  2013. Camera-trapping survey of mammals in and around Imbak Canyon Conservation Area in Sabah, Malaysian Borneo. Raffles Bulletin of Zoology 61: 861-870

Bernard, H., J. Brodie, A. Giordano, A.H. Ahmad, and W. Sinun.  2013. Bornean felids in and around the Imbak Canyon Conservation Area, Sabah, Malaysia. Cat News 58: 44-46.

2012

Brodie, J.F., E. Post, and W. Laurance.  2012. Climate change and tropical biodiversity: a new focus.  Trends in Ecology & Evolution 27: 145-150 [Cover article]

Brodie, J.F., E. Post, F. Watson, and J. Berger. 2012. Climate intensification of herbivore impacts on tree recruitment.  Proceedings of the Royal Society B 279: 1366-1370 [Faculty of 1000]

McConkey, K., S. Prasad, R. Corlett, A. Campos-Arceiz, J. Brodie, H. Rogers, and L. Santamaria.  2012. Seed dispersal in changing landscapes.  Biological Conservation 146: 1-13 [ISI “Highly Cited” article]

Brodie, J.F., E. Post, and D. Doak.  2012. Climate change and wildlife conservation. Pages 1-14 in: Brodie et al. (editors), Wildlife conservation in a changing climate.  University of Chicago Press, Chicago

Doak, D., J.F. Brodie, and E. Post.  2012. What to expect, and how to plan, for wildlife conservation in the face of climate change. Pages 387-395 in: Brodie et al. (editors), Wildlife conservation in a changing climate.  University of Chicago Press, Chicago

Brodie, J.F., and A. Giordano.  2012. Density of the Vulnerable Sunda clouded leopard Neofelis diardi in a protected area in Sabah, Malaysian Borneo.  Oryx 46: 427-430

Brodie, J.F., and A. Giordano.  2012. New high elevation record of the bay cat (Pardofelis badia) from the Kelabit Highlands of Malaysian Borneo.  Cat News 56: 8

Post, E., and J.F. Brodie.  2012. Extinction risk at high latitudes. Pages 121-138 in: L. Hannah (editor), Saving a million species: extinction risk from climate change.  Island Press, Washington D.C.

Giordano, A., and J.F. Brodie.  2012. An observation of Malay weasel Mustela nudipes in Gunung Mulu National Park (Sarawak, Malaysia) with a comment on discriminating this species from sympatric orange mongooses.  Small Carnivore Conservation 47: 71-72

2011

Brodie, J.F., J. Muntifering, M. Hearn, B. Loutit, R. Loutit, B. Brell, S. Uri-khob, N. Leader-Williams, and P. du Preez.  2011. Population recovery of black rhinoceros in northwest Namibia following poaching.  Animal Conservation 14: 354-362

Brodie, J.F., and C. Azlan.  2011. Halting regime shifts in floristically-intact tropical forests deprived of their frugivores.  Restoration Ecology 20: 153-157 [Cover article]

Crone, E., E. McIntire, and J.F. Brodie.  2011. What defines mast seeding? Spatio-temporal patterns of cone production by whitebark pine.  Journal of Ecology 99: 438-444

Williams, J., M. Ellis, M. Bricker, J.F. Brodie, and E. Parsons.  2011. Distance to stable stage distribution in plant populations and implications for near-term population projections. Journal of Ecology 99: 1171-1178

Brodie, J.F., and A. Giordano.  2011. Small carnivores of the Maliau Basin, Sabah, Borneo, including a new locality for Hose''s Civet.  Small Carnivore Conservation 44: 1-6

2010

Brodie, J.F., E. Post, and W. Laurance.  2010. How to conserve the tropics as they warm. Nature 468: 634

Kauffman, M.J., J.F. Brodie, and E. Jules.  2010. Are wolves saving aspen? A landscape-level test of a behaviorally mediated trophic cascade.  Ecology 91: 2742-2755

Brodie, J.F., and E. Post.  2010. Non-linear responses of wolverine populations to declining winter snowpack.  Population Ecology 52: 279-287

Bakker, V.J., J.K. Baum, J.F. Brodie, A.K. Salomon, B.G. Dickson, H.K. Gibbs, O.P. Jensen, and P.B. McIntyre.  2010. The changing landscape of conservation science funding in the United States.  Conservation Letters 3: 435-444

2009

Brodie, J.F., and H. Gibbs.  2009. Bushmeat hunting as climate threat.  Science 326: 364-365

Brodie, J.F., O. Helmy, W. Brockelman, and J. Maron.  2009. Functional differences among tropical mammalian frugivores.  Ecology 90: 688-698

Brodie, J.F., O. Helmy, W. Brockelman, and J. Maron.  2009. Bushmeat poaching reduces the seed dispersal and population growth rate of a mammal-dispersed tree.  Ecological Applications 19: 854-863

Post, E., J.F. Brodie, M. Hebblewhite, A.D. Anders, J.A.K. Maier, and C.C. Wilmers.  2009. Global population dynamics and hot spots of response to climate change.  Bioscience 59: 489-497

Brodie, J.F., and W. Brockelman.  2009. Bed site selection of red muntjac (Muntiacus muntjak) and sambar (Rusa unicolor) in a tropical seasonal forest.  Ecological Research 24: 1251-1256

Brodie, J.F.  2009. Is research effort allocated efficiently for conservation? Felidae as a global case study.  Biodiversity and Conservation 18: 2927-2939

2008 and earlier

Brodie, J.F., M. Sanjayan, R. Corea, O. Helmy, and C. Amarasiri.  2008. Did the Indian Ocean tsunami affect sea turtle populations in Sri Lanka?  Chelonian Conservation and Biology 7: 249–251

Brodie, J.F.  2008. A review of American bison (Bos bison) demography and population dynamics.  Working paper No. 35, Wildlife Conservation Society, New York [Peer-reviewed report published jointly by WCS and the American Bison Society]

Brodie, J.F., and M. Gibeau.  2007. Brown bear population trends from demographic and monitoring-based estimators.  Ursus 18: 137-144

Brodie, J.F.  2006. An experimentally determined persistence rate correction factor for scat-based abundance indices.  Wildlife Society Bulletin 34: 1216-1219

Brodie, J.F.  2003. Factors affecting the rooting ability of Dryobalanops oblongifolia and Shorea splendida (Dipterocarpaceae) stem cuttings.  Journal of Tropical Forest Science 15: 109-116

Brodie, J.F., and C. Lee.  2000. A new record of a mammal-catching Nepenthes.  Carnivorous Plant Newsletter 29: 54

 

Non-peer-reviewed publications

Brodie, J.F., J. Berger.  2009. The Peel River watershed: ecological crossroads and Beringian hotspot of arctic and boreal diversity.  Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society, Yukon Chapter, Whitehorse, Yukon Territory

McGinnis, D., C. Whitlock, S. Running, and J. Brodie.  2009. For economy and ecology, climate bill deserves our support.  Editorial in The Missoulian, August 3

Professional Experience

Assistant Professor of Conservation Ecology, University of British Columbia (2012-2016)

Curator of Mammals, Beaty Biodiversity Museum, University of British Columbia (2014-2016)

Lead Author, Intergovernmental Panel on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES) Asia-Pacific Assessment (2015-2016)

Member of IUCN Species Survival Commission, Cat Specialist Group, and Small Carnivore Specialist Group (2015-present)

Society for Conservation Biology Asia Section, Board member and Communications Director (2009-2015)

Fulbright Research Fellow to Malaysia. Based at the Institute for Tropical Biology and Conservation, Universiti Malaysia Sabah (2011-2012)

David H. Smith Conservation Postdoctoral Fellow, Penn State University & Wildlife Conservation Society (2007-2009)