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Comparative Functional Morphology, Biomechanics & the Physiology of Movement

University of South Dakota, Department of Biology

Rhampholeon (Rhampholeon) spinosus

© 2007 Christopher V. Anderson

Curriculum Vitae

Christopher V. Anderson, Ph.D.

University of South Dakota

Department of Biology

414 E. Clark St.

Vermillion, SD 57069

Office: +1-605-677-5961

Email: Christopher.V.Anders@usd.edu


 

Academic Positions

2016-present        Assistant Professor, University of South Dakota, Department of Biology

2015-2016            Postdoctoral Research Associate in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Brown University, Roberts Lab

2013-2015            Postdoctoral Research and Teaching Associate in Vertebrate Morphology, Brown University, Roberts Lab & Alpert Medical

                             School


Education

2007-2013            Ph.D. (Biology: Physiology and Morphology), University of South Florida. Advisor: Stephen M. Deban

2002-2006            B.S. (Animal Science), Cornell University

2000-2002            International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma, International School of Prague


Honors & Awards

2010    University of South Florida, Distinguished Graduate Achievement Award


Grants & Fellowships

2016    KY NSF EPSCoR ($25,000) - "Seismic communication in chameleons: Form and function of a novel signaling mechanism"; Grant Role: Co-Principal Investigator (PI: Steve Huskey, WKU; co-PI: Michael Smith, WKU; co-PI: Christopher Anderson, USD; co-PI: Kenneth Barnett)

2015    RocketHub.com, Crowdfunding ($6,670) - "Chapman's Chameleon: Conserving the World's Most Range Restricted Chameleon"; Grant Role: co-written with other IUCN CSG members to fund a survey of a Critically Endangered Chameleon

2013    RocketHub.com, Crowdfunding ($4,800) - "Chameleons Under Threat: Conservation and Actions"; Grant Role: co-written with other IUCN CSG members to fund an IUCN Red List Assessment workshop

2012    University of South Florida, Fred L. and Helen M. Tharp Endowed Scholarship ($5,750.66)

2012    RocketHub.com, Crowdfunding ($2,176) - "Thermal constratints on chameleon feeding"; Grant Role: Principal Investigator

2011    The Journal of Experimental Biology, Travelling Fellowship (£2,300; ~ $3,500) - "Spring-loaded movements in an ecological context: contrasting thermal efefcts in chameleons along seasonal temperature gradients"; Grant Role: Principal Investigator

2011    Sigma Xi, Grants-in-Aid of Research ($400) - "Spring-loaded movements in an ecological context: contrasting thermal efefcts in chameleons along seasonal temperature gradients"; Grant Role: Principal Investigator

2011    University of South Florida, Fred L. and Helen M. Tharp Endowed Scholarship ($6,216)

2002    Cornell University, Cornell Presidential Research Scholar ($10,000)


Peer-Reviewed Publications ( Undergraduate coauthor)








    










16) Anderson, C.V. and Tolley, K.A. (in revision). Thermal effects on performance of ballistic prey capture in South African dwarf chameleons (Bradypodion) living along an elevation and temperature gradient.

15) Smith, D., Vinci, J., Anderson, C.V., Ketterlin Eckles, J., Ridgley, F. and Mazzotti, F.J. (2016). Observations on nesting and clutch size in Furcifer oustaleti (Oustalet's Chameleon) in South Florida. Southeast. Nat. 15 (Special Issue 8): 75-88. doi: 10.1656/058.015.sp808; PDF

14) Anderson, C.V., Fabre, A.-C. and Herrel, A. (2016). Anolis roquet. (Martinique's Anole). Coloration. Herpetol. Rev. 47 (4): 665-666. PDF

13) Anderson, C.V. (2016). Off like a shot: scaling of tongue projection performance reveals extremely high performance in small chameleons. Sci. Rep. 6: 18625. doi: 10.1038/srep18625; PDF

12) Diaz, R.E., Anderson, C.V., Baumann, D.P., Kupronis, R., Jewell, D., Piraquive, C., Kupronis, J., Winter, K., Greek, T.J. and Trainor, P.A. (2015). Captive care, raising and breeding of the veiled chameleon (Chamaeleo calyptratus). Cold Spring Harb. Protoc. 2015 (10): 943-949. doi: 10.1101/pdb.prot087718; PDF

11) Diaz, R.E., Anderson, C.V., Baumann, D.P., Kupronis, R., Jewell, D., Piraquive, C., Kupronis, J., Winter, K., Bertocchini, F. and Trainor, P.A. (2015). The veiled chameleon (Chamaeleo calyptratus Duméril and Duméril 1851): A model for studying reptile body plan development and evolution. Cold Spring Harb. Protoc. 2015 (10): 889-894. doi: 10.1101/pdb.emo087700; PDF

10) Anderson, C.V., Larghi, N.P. and Deban, S.M. (2014). Thermal effects on the performance, motor control, and muscle dynamics of ballistic feeding in the salamander Eurycea guttolineata. J. Exp. Biol. 217 (17): 3146-3158. doi: 10.1242/jeb.105437; PDF

9) Jenkins, R., Measey, G.J., Anderson, C.V. and Tolley, K.A. (2014). Chameleon conservation. In: The Biology of Chameleons. Tolley, K.A. and Herrel, A. (eds.). University of California Press, Berkeley. pp. 193-216. ISBN: 9780520276055; PDF

8) Higham, T.E. and Anderson, C.V. (2014). Function and adaptation of chameleons. In: The Biology of Chameleons. Tolley, K.A. and Herrel, A. (eds.). University of California Press, Berkeley. pp. 63-83. ISBN: 9780520276055; PDF

7) Anderson, C.V. and Higham, T.E. (2014). Chameleon anatomy. In: The Biology of Chameleons. Tolley, K.A. and Herrel, A. (eds.). University of California Press, Berkeley. pp. 7-55. ISBN: 9780520276055; PDF

6) Anderson, C.V. and Van Heygen, E. (2013). On the sympatry of three Trioceros species in a tropical upland forest in Cameroon. Salamandra 49 (4): 215-218. Link; PDF

5) Anderson, C.V. and Tolley, K.A. (2013). Bradypodion occidentale (Hewitt, 1935) Western Dwarf Chameleon. Reproduction/Colour. Afr. Herp News 59: 40-42. PDF

4) Venesky, M.D., Rossa-Feres, D.C., Nomura, F., de Andrade, G.V., Pezzuti, T.L., de Sousa, V.T.T., Anderson, C.V. and Wassersug, R.J. (2013). Comparative feeding kinematics of tropical hylid tadpoles. J. Exp. Biol. 216 (10): 1928-1937. doi: 10.1242/jeb.082040; PDF

3) Anderson, C.V. and Deban, S.M. (2012). Thermal effects on motor control and in vitro muscle dynamics of the ballistic tongue apparatus in chameleons. J. Exp. Biol. 215 (24): 4345-4357. doi: 10.1242/jeb.078881; PDF

2) Anderson, C.V., Sheridan, T. and Deban, S.M. (2012). Scaling of the ballistic tongue apparatus in chameleons. J. Morphol. 273 (11): 1214-1226. doi: 10.1002/jmor.20053; PDF

1) Anderson, C.V. and Deban, S.M. (2010). Ballistic tongue projection in chameleons maintains high performance at low temperature. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 107 (12): 5495-5499. doi: 10.1073/pnas.0910778107; PDF


Books Under Contract

1) Anderson, C.V. (in prep). The Complete Chameleon: A Comprehensive Guide to the Natural History, Diversity, Captive Husbandry and Propagation of the Family Chamaeleonidae. ECO Publishing.


Teaching Experience

Instructor of Record: Mechanics & Physiology of Skeletal Muscle Function (BIOL 791), University of South Dakota (Spring 2019) – Discussion based graduate course on skeletal muscle function.

Instructor of Record: Comparative Physiology (BIOL 428), University of South Dakota (Fall 2016) – Lecture based course on homeostatic and integrative mechanisms of vertebrates and invertebrates.

Postdoctoral Teaching Associate: Human Anatomy, Brown University, Alpert Medical School (2013-2015) – Postdoctoral member of the  teaching staff (consisting of three faculty, four postdocs and two graduate students) for the team-taught Human Anatomy course for first year medical students. Responsibilities include collaborative instruction of cadaver-based human anatomy labs, small group and prosection demonstrations, and giving course lectures.

Postdoctoral Teaching Associate: Human Anatomy, Bryant University/Brown University, Alpert Medical School (2015) – Postdoctoral member of the  teaching staff (consisting of one faculty and three postdocs) for the intensive four-week team-taught Human Anatomy course for the Bryant University Physician Assistant program taught by the Brown University Alpert Medical School. Responsibilities include collaborative instruction of cadaver-based human anatomy labs.

Teaching Assistant: Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy (ZOO 3713C), University of South Florida (Spring 2010, Spring 2011, Spring 2012, Spring 2013) – Instruction of labs covering vertebrate anatomy. Served as the “Prep TA” from 2011-2013 with the additional responsibility of setting up and breaking down weekly labs, as well as preparing example dissections each week.

Teaching Assistant: General Physiology (PCB 3712 & PCB 3713L), University of South Florida (Spring 2008, Fall 2008, Spring 2009, Fall 2012) – Instruction of labs covering general animal physiology including metabolic rates, respirometry, muscle physiology, biomechanics, action potentials and electrocardiograms. Served as the “Prep TA” in Fall 2008 and Spring 2009 with the additional responsibility of setting up and breaking down weekly labs. As the Prep TA, I also wrote and provided data for a lab module based on my research, which has been used as one of the weekly labs since 2008. Finally, I served as the “Lecture TA” in Spring 2009 and Fall 2012 with the additional responsibility of aiding in answering questions in lecture, and writing and setting up weekly online homework assignments.

Teaching Assistant: Bio II: Biological Diversity (BSC 2011L), University of South Florida (Fall 2007) – Instruction of labs covering biodiversity, taxonomy, phylogenetics, genetic drift and natural selection. Organisms studies included bacteria, protists, fungi, plants, sponges, polyps, worms, arthropods, mollusks, echinoderms and chordates.

Guest Lecturer: Biological Design: Structural Architecture of Organisms (BIOL 0400), Brown University (23 September 2015) – Lecture topic: Structure, Function and Bioinspired Design of the Chameleon Tongue.

Guest Lecturer: Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy (BIOL 1880), Brown University (18 March 2015) – Lecture topic: Amphibian & Reptile Osmoregulation, Feeding and Thermoregulation.

Guest Lecturer: Organic Evolution (PCB 4674), University of South Florida (11 October 2012) – Lecture topic: Variation.

Guest Lecturer: General Physiology (PCB 3712), University of South Florida (19 April 2011) – Lecture topic: Circulation & Osmoregulation.

Guest Lecturer: Physiology of Movement (BSC 4933), University of South Florida (13 October 2009) – Lecture topic: Ballistic Tongue Projection.

Guest Lecturer: General Physiology (PCB 3712), University of South Florida (24 March 2009) – Lecture topic: Muscle.


Contributed Papers and Posters (* Presented by; Undergraduate coauthor)

Tegge, S. *, Huskey, S.H.*, Smith, M.E., Anderson, C.V., Barnett, K.E., Hamilton, E. and Laslie, K. (2017). The behavioral context and mechanism of biotremors in the veiled chameleon, Chamaeleo calyptratus. Joint Meeting of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, Austin, TX, USA, July 2017.

Huskey, S.H.*, Smith, M.E., Anderson, C.V. and Barnett, K.E. (2017). Functional diversity of the gular pouch in chameleons: Who gives a hoot! Joint Meeting of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, Austin, TX, USA, July 2017.

Anderson, C.V.* and Roberts, T.J. (2016). The need for speed: functional specializations of locomotor and feeding muscles in Anolis lizards. Society for Experimental Biology, Annual Meeting, Brighton, United Kingdom, July 2016.

Huskey, S.H.*, Anderson, C.V., Smith, M.E. and Barnett, K.E. (2016). Some chameleons really do "Hear it through the grapevine". 11th International Congress of Vertebrate Morphology, Washington, D.C., USA, June 2016.

Smith, M.E.*, Huskey, S.H, Anderson, C.V. and Barnett, K.E. (2016). What is all the buzz about? – A novel form of seismic communication found in chameleons. XII Congress for the International Society for Neuroethology, Montevideo, Uruguay, March 2016.

Anderson, C.V.*, Park, N.R., Jain, S.S. and Roberts, T.J. (2016). Locomotor and feeding muscles in Anolis lizards are tuned to their functional demands. Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology, Annual Meeting, Portland, Oregon, USA, January 2016.

Park, N.R.*,, Anderson, C.V. and Roberts, T.J. (2016). Muscle twitch time limits gait dynamics in Anolis lizards. Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology, Annual Meeting, Portland, Oregon, USA, January 2016.

Anderson, C.V.* and Tolley, K.A. (2015). Scaling of ballistic tongue projection performance in chameleons. Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology, Annual Meeting, West Palm Beach, Florida, USA, January 2015.

Anderson, C.V.* (2014). Do mainland anoles share functional convergence, but not phenotypic convergence with island anoles? Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology, Joint Division of Vertebrate Morphology and Comparative Biomechanics (DVM/DCB) Northeast Regional SICB Meeting, New Bedford, Massachusetts, USA, November 2014.

Anderson, C.V.*, Hudson, D.S. and Deban, S.M. (2014). Tongue projection in aquatic and terrestrial environments: the effect of drag on a high-powered ballistic movement. Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology, Annual Meeting, Austin, Texas, USA, January 2014.

Anderson, C.V.* (2013). Thermal effects on the biomechanics and motor physiology of ballistic prey capture in chameleons. Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology, Joint Division of Vertebrate Morphology and Comparative Biomechanics (DVM/DCB) Northeast Regional SICB Meeting, New Haven, Connecticut, USA, October 2013.

Anderson, C.V.* and Tolley, K.A. (2013). Contrasting thermal effects on movements powered by elastic recoil and muscle contraction in chameleons living along a temperature gradient. Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology, Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California, USA, January 2013.

Anderson, C.V.*, Tolley, K.A. and Deban, S.M. (2012). Thermal selection on movements powered by elastic recoil and muscle contraction: contrasting thermal effects in chameleons along a temperature gradient. 7th World Congress of Herpetology, Vancouver, Canada, August 2012.

Deban, S.M.*, Anderson, C.V., Larghi, N.P. and Sandusky, P. (2012). Evolution of elastic mechanisms in salamander tongues. Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology, Annual Meeting, Charleston, South Carolina, USA, January 2012.

Anderson, C.V.*, Larghi, N.P., Creemers, S. and Deban, S.M. (2012). Thermal effects on the performance, motor control, and muscle dynamics of tongue projection in a plethodontid salamander. Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology, Annual Meeting, Charleston, South Carolina, USA, January 2012.

Anderson, C.V.* and Deban, S.M. (2011). Effects of temperature on in vitro muscle dynamics of chameleon feeding muscles. Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology, Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City Utah, USA, January 2011.

Anderson, C.V.* and Deban, S.M. (2010). Effects of temperature on in vitro muscle dynamics of chameleon feeding muscles. Annual F.I.S.H. Meeting, Tampa Florida, November 2010.

Anderson, C.V.* and Deban, S.M. (2010). Thermal effects on the performance, motor control, and muscle dynamics of tongue projection in chameleons. 9th International Congress of Vertebrate Morphology, Punta del Este, Uruguay, July 2010.

Sheridan, T.A.*,, Anderson, C.V. and Deban, S.M. (2010). Scaling relationships of the tongue apparatus of the family Chamaeleonidae. Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology, Annual Meeting, Seattle Washington, USA, January 2010. (Poster)

Anderson, C.V.* and Deban, S.M. (2010). Effects of temperature on the motor control of chameleon feeding. Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology, Annual Meeting, Seattle Washington, USA, January 2010.

Anderson, C.V.* and Deban, S.M. (2009). Chameleons maintain high-performance tongue projection at low temperature. Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology, Annual Meeting, Boston Massachusetts, USA, January 2009.

Anderson, C.V.* and Deban, S.M. (2008). Temperature insensitivity of chameleon tongue projection: Maintaining performance at low temperature via an elastic power amplifier. Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles, Annual JMIH Meeting, Montreal, Canada, July 2008.

Anderson, C.V.* and Deban, S.M. (2007). Kinematics and morphological basis of ballistic tongue projection and retraction in chameleons (family Chamaeleonidae). Annual F.I.S.H. Meeting, Tampa Florida, November 2007.


Invited Seminars

2016 (March 7): Mechanisms of "chameleon" biomechanics: ballistics and adaptive radiations. Harvard University, Concord Field Station, Concord, Massachusetts.

2015 (October 27): How animals work: mechanisms of whole organism performance in an ecological & evolutionary context. Eastern Washington University, Department of Biology, Cheney, Washington.

2013 (April 5): Thermal effects on the biomechanics and motor physiology of ballistic prey capture in chameleons. Western Kentucky University, Biology Department, Bowling Green, Kentucky.

2013 (March 11): Environmental effects on the biomechanics and motor physiology of ballistic prey capture in chameleons. Cornell University, Cornell Herpetological Society, Ithaca, New York.

2012 (November 14): Chameleons: Snipers of the Treetops. University of South Florida, Biology Club, Tampa, Florida.

2012 (November 7): Snipers of the Trees: The Unique Biology of Chameleons. Starkey Environmental Education Center, Jay B. Starkey Wilderness Park, New Port Richey, Florida.

2012 (February 27): Thermal effects on feeding in chameleons and salamanders. CapeHerp Meeting, University of Stellenbosch, Stellenbosch, South Africa.

2011 (September 22): Diversity, Endemism and Ballistics in the Family Chamaeleonidae. University of South Florida, Herpetology Club, Tampa, Florida.

2011 (September 18): 2010 Exo Terra Cameroon Expedition. Repticon, 2011 Florida International Reptile Expo, Orlando, Florida.

2011 (September 17): Captive Husbandry and Propagation of Montane Chameleon Species. Repticon, 2011 Florida International Reptile Expo, Orlando, Florida.

2011 (June 17): The Fascinating World of Chameleons: From Captive Husbandry and Propagation to Natural History. Reptile Talks, 2011 Reptile Super Show, San Diego, California.

2010 (August 20): Chameleon Husbandry and Propagation Techniques for the 21st Century. Exo Terra Chameleon Symposium, 2010 National Reptile Breeders’ Expo, Daytona, Florida.

2010 (February 18): Thermal Effects on the Motor Patterns of Chameleon Feeding. University of South Florida, Department of Integrative Biology, Tampa, Florida.

2008 (November 6): The Unique Diversity and Natural History of the Family Chamaeleonidae. The Calusa Herpetological Society of Southwest Florida.


Press Coverage, Research Reviews & Quoted Interviews

2016  New York Times; Washington Post; Los Angeles Times; National Geographic; NewsWeek; Science (AAAS); NSF Science 360 (x2); IFLScience!; Reuters; Smithsonian; Discovery News; Gizmodo; Christian Science Monitor; Live Science (x2); CBS News; The Guardian; Daily Mail; + coverage of my Scientific Reports paper in >200 additional news outlets!

2015  National Geographic Magazine (September Print Issue, Online Article, & Video); ScienceNews; Nature World News; Reading Eagle

2014  The Guardian; Mongabay.com (x2); The Independent

2011  Australian Broadcasting Corporation’s Catalyst

2010  BBC; National Public Radio (NPR); Scientific American; New Scientist Magazine (Online); New Scientist Magazine (Print); Discover Magazine; Science News Magazine; Live Science; Discovery News; Journal of Experimental Biology; USF News & Media; MSNBC; Yahoo! News; CBS’ “The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson”; Tampa’s ABC Action News (Online & TV Story); Boston’s WBUR.ORG; WebEcoist.com; LaboratoryEquipment.com; Physorg.com; Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC); NRC Handelsblad (The Netherlands); DNA India; New Kerala (India); NewsTrack India; Welt Online (Germany); Berliner Morgenpost (Germany); Die Presse (Germany); derStandard.at (Austria); Híradó Online (Hungary); Sciences et Avenir (France); Kopalnia Wiedzy (Poland)

2008  Discovery Channel Canada’s Daily Planet

2005  National Geographic News


Positions/Activities/Service

2011-Present    IUCN/Species Survival Commission (SSC) Chameleon Specialist Group (CSG) - Member

2009-2010        Biology Graduate Student Organization, University of South Florida - President

2008-2009        Biology Graduate Student Organization, University of South Florida - Treasurer

2004-Present    Chameleons! Online E-Zine (www.chameleonnews.com) - Editor

May 2003          Chameleons! Online E-Zine (www.chameleonnews.com) - Guest Editor


Research Experience:

2014-Present: Brown University - Postdoctoral Research: A functional perspective on adaptive radiation: explaining differences in the adaptive radiations of mainland and island Anolis lizards (NSF Co-PIs: Jonathan B. Losos, Harvard University & Thomas J. Roberts, Brown University; Collaborators: Anthony Herrel, Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle)


2007-2013: University of South Florida - Ph.D. Dissertation: Environmental Effects on the Biomechanics and Motor Physiology of Elastically Powered Movements in Chameleons. (Advisor: Dr. Stephen M. Deban)


Feb.-March 2012: Field research in South Africa with Krystal A. Tolley from the South African National Biodiversity Institute (SANBI) – Spring-loaded movements in an ecological context: contrasting thermal effects in chameleons along seasonal temperature gradients.


Feb.-March 2011: Chameleon Specialist, Exo-Terra Reptile Research Expedition, Cameroon – Traveling throughout Cameroon highlands with team conducting observations and research on the chameleons of the region.


2003-2005: Cornell University - Undergraduate research assistant on plant-herbivore interaction study along an elevation and productivity gradient in the Chiricahua Mountains, Arizona. Two one-month field seasons in the summers of 2004 and 2005, and lab assistance during remaining period. (Supervisor: Josh Donlan, Cornell University Ph.D. Candidate)


Dec. 2001-Jan. 2002: Traveling throughout Madagascar conducting personal observations and research on the chameleons (Family Chamaeleonidae) of the region. Various popular press articles published based on observations during this trip.


June-Aug. 2001: Fieldwork assisting with observations for the book “Trogons: A Natural History of the Family Trogonidae” by Joseph Forshaw and illustrated by Albert Earl Gilbert. Approximately 7 weeks spent in habitat in Java, Sumatra, Singapore, Peninsular Malaysia, Sabah Borneo and later in Australia discussing observations and findings. (Supervisor: Albert Eart Gilbert, Illustrator)


Ad hoc Peer Review

African Journal of Herpetology; Animal Behaviour; Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology; Biological Reviews; Bothalia - African Biodiversity & Conservation; Contributions to Zoology; Herpetologica; The Herpetological Journal; Journal of Anatomy; Journal of Arid Environments; Journal of Experimental Biology; Journal of Experimental Zoology Part A; Journal of Morphology; Journal of Zoology; Physiological and Biochemical Zoology; PLoS One; Proceedings of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences; Tropical Conservation Science


Professional Memberships

American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists (ASIH); Herpetological Association of Africa (HAA); International Society of Vertebrate Morphology (ISVM); Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology (SICB); Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles (SSAR)

                      

Technical Reports

6) Anderson, C.V., Gonwouo, N. L., Chirio, L. and Luiselli, L. (2015). Trioceros serratus. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 2015: e.T203829A2771710.

5) Anderson, C.V. and Gonwouo, N. L. (2015). Trioceros quadricornis. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 2015: e.T172571A1345774.

4) Anderson, C.V. and Gonwouo, N. L. (2015). Trioceros perreti. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 2015: e.T203828A2771703.

3) Anderson, C.V. and Gonwouo, N. L. (2015). Trioceros oweni. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 2015: e.T172557A1346167.

2) Gonwouo, N. L. and Anderson, C.V. (2015). Trioceros pfefferi. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 2015: e.T172572A1345933.

1) Tolley, K., Anderson, C.V. and Tilbury, C. (2015). Chamaeleo anchietae. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 2015: e.T172526A1344263.


Popular Press Publications

38) Anderson, C.V. (2014). Review: Mountain Dragons. Chameleons! Online E-Zine, June 2014. (http://www.chameleonnews.com/14JunAndersonMountainDragons.html)

37) Anderson, C.V. (2014). The Trade Status of Rhampholeon spinosus. Chameleons! Online E-Zine, June 2014. (http://www.chameleonnews.com/14JunAndersonSpinosus.html)

36) Anderson, C.V. (2014). Words from the Editor - June 2014. Chameleons! Online E-Zine, June 2014. (http://www.chameleonnews.com/14JunAndersonWFTE.html)

35) Deckers, S. and Anderson, C.V. (2010). Keeping Bradypodion. Chameleons! Online E-Zine, July 2010. (http://www.chameleonnews.com/10JulDeckersAnderson.html)

34) Anderson, C.V. (2010b). Keeping Chameleons in Glass Terrariums. Chameleons! Online E-Zine, July 2010. (http://www.chameleonnews.com/10JulAndersonGlass.html)

33) Anderson, C.V. (2010a). Words from the Editor – July 2010. Chameleons! Online E-Zine, July 2010. (http://www.chameleonnews.com/10JulAndersonWFTE.html)

32) Anderson, C.V. (2008). Words from the Editor – February 2008. Chameleons! Online E-Zine, February 2008. (http://www.chameleonnews.com/08FebAndersonWFTE.html)

31) Anderson, C.V. (2007). Words from the Editor – February 2007. Chameleons! Online E-Zine, February 2007. (http://www.chameleonnews.com/07FebAndersonWFTE.html)

30) Anderson, C.V. (2006d). Words from the Editor – September 2006. Chameleons! Online E-Zine, September 2006. (http://www.chameleonnews.com/06SepAndersonWFTE.html)

29) Anderson, C.V. (2006c). DIY Versatile Cage Designs. Chameleons! Online E-Zine, September 2006. (http://www.chameleonnews.com/06SepAndersonDIY.html)

28) Anderson, C.V. (2006b). Words from the Editor – May 2006. Chameleons! Online E-Zine, May 2006. (http://www.chameleonnews.com/06MayAndersonWFTE.html)

27) Anderson, C.V. (2006a). Captive Chameleon Populations. Chameleons! Online E-Zine, May 2006. (http://www.chameleonnews.com/06MayAndersonCaptivePopulations.html)

26) Anderson, C.V. (2005k). Words from the Editor – December 2005. Chameleons! Online E-Zine, December 2005. (http://www.chameleonnews.com/05DecAndersonWFTE.html)

25) Anderson, C.V. (2005j). Introduction to Chameleon Husbandry. Chameleons! Online E-Zine, December 2005. (http://www.chameleonnews.com/05DecAndersonIntro.html)

24) Anderson, C.V. (2005i). Words from the Editor – October 2005. Chameleons! Online E-Zine, October 2005. (http://www.chameleonnews.com/05OctAndersonWFTE.html)

23) Anderson, C.V. (2005h). Questions and Answers. Chameleons! Online E-Zine, October 2005. (http://www.chameleonnews.com/05OctAndersonQA.html)

22) Anderson, C.V. (2005g). New Online Resource Developments!. Chameleons! Online E-Zine, October 2005. (http://www.chameleonnews.com/05OctAndersonResources.html)

21) Anderson, C.V. (2005f). Notes on the Identification of Chamaeleo (Trioceros) wiedersheimi subspecies. Chameleons! Online E-Zine, October 2005. (http://www.chameleonnews.com/05JunAndersonWFTE.html)

20) Anderson, C.V. (2005e). Words from the Editor – June 2005. Chameleons! Online E-Zine, June 2005. (http://www.chameleonnews.com/05JunAndersonWFTE.html)

19) Anderson, C.V. (2005d). Questions and Answers. Chameleons! Online E-Zine, June 2005. (http://www.chameleonnews.com/05JunAndersonQA.html)

18) Anderson, C.V. (2005c). Summary of the Latest Taxonomic Revisions to the Genus Rhampholeon GÜNTHER, 1874. Chameleons! Online E-Zine, June 2005. (http://www.chameleonnews.com/05JunAndersonRhampholeon.html)

17) Anderson, C.V. (2005b). Words from the Editor – February 2005. Chameleons! Online E-Zine, February 2005. (http://www.chameleonnews.com/05FebAndersonWFTE.html)

16) Anderson, C.V. (2005a). Questions and Answers. Chameleons! Online E-Zine, February 2005. (http://www.chameleonnews.com/05FebAndersonQA.html)

15) Anderson, C.V., Coraggio, M. and Kroo, L. (2005). Cameroon Mountain Two-Horned Chameleon, Chamaeleo (Trioceros) montium. Chameleons! Online E-Zine, June 2005. (http://www.chameleonnews.com/05JunAndersonEtAlMontium.html)

14) Anderson, C.V. (2004f). Words from the Editor – November 2004. Chameleons! Online E-Zine, November 2004. (http://www.chameleonnews.com/04NovAndersonWFTE.html)

13) Anderson, C.V. (2004e). Questions and Answers. Chameleons! Online E-Zine, November 2004. (http://www.chameleonnews.com/04NovAndersonQA.html)

12) Anderson, C.V. (2004d). Historic and Contemporary Theories on Chameleon Color Change. Chameleons! Online E-Zine, November 2004. (http://www.chameleonnews.com/04NovAndersonColor.html)

11) Anderson, C.V. (2004c). Words from the Editor – August 2004. Chameleons! Online E-Zine, August 2004. (http://www.chameleonnews.com/04AugAndersonWFTE.html)

10) Anderson, C.V. (2004b). Questions and Answers. Chameleons! Online E-Zine, August 2004. (http://www.chameleonnews.com/04AugAndersonQA.html)

9) Anderson, C.V. (2004a). Review: The Panther Chameleon. Chameleons! Online E-Zine, May 2004. (http://www.chameleonnews.com/04MayAndersonPantherBook.html)

8) Anderson, C.V. and Ferguson, G. W. (2004). Scientific Input on Captive Management Issues. An Interview with Dr. Gary W. Ferguson. Chameleons! Online E-Zine, August 2004. (http://www.chameleonnews.com/04AugAndersonFerguson.html)

7) Anderson, C.V. and Strand, B. (2004). Words from the Editor – May 2004. Chameleons! Online E-Zine, May 2004. (http://www.chameleonnews.com/04MayAndersonStrandWFTE.html)

6) Anderson, C.V. (2003b). Words from the Editor – May 2003. Chameleons! Online E-Zine, May 2003. (http://www.chameleonnews.com/03MayAndersonWFTE.html)

5) Anderson, C.V. (2003a). Chameleons and Habitat Destruction. Chameleons! Online E-Zine, May 2003. (http://www.chameleonnews.com/03MayAndersonHabitat.html)

4) Anderson, C.V. and Barnett, K. (2003). Vibratory Calls in True Chameleons. Chameleons! Online E-Zine, May 2003. (http://www.chameleonnews.com/03MayAndersonBarnett.html)

3) Anderson, C.V. (2002c). Variations in Calumma brevicornis. Chameleons! Online E-Zine, September 2002. (http://www.chameleonnews.com/02SepAnderson.html)

2) Anderson, C.V. (2002b). Furcifer minor in captivity. Chameleons! Online E-Zine, May 2002. (http://www.chameleonnews.com/02MayAndersonMinorCaptive.html)

1) Anderson, C.V. (2002a). Field Study: Furcifer minor. Chameleons! Online E-Zine, May 2002. (http://www.chameleonnews.com/02MayAndersonMinorField.html)


List of Published Photography

Nečas, P. (2004). Chameleons: Nature’s Hidden Jewels (2nd Revised and Updated Edition). Edition Chimaira, Frankfurt am Main: pgs 48, 104, 252, 297, & 300.

Nečas, P. and Schmidt, W. (2004). Stump-tailed Chameleons: Miniature Dragons of the Rainforest. Edition Chimaira, Frankfurt am Main: pg 233.

Tolley, K. and Burger, M. (2007). Chameleons of Southern Africa. Struik Publishers, Cape Town: pg 18.

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA (2010), 107 (12): Cover Image.

Tilbury, C. (2010). Chameleons of Africa: An Atlas, Including the Chameleons of Europe, the Middle East and Asia. Edition Chimaira, Frankfurt am Main: pg 372.

Fogel, D. (2011). Matamatas: The Natural History, Captive Care, and Breeding of Chelus fimbriatus. Living Art Publishing, United States: pgs 10, 16, 23, & Back Cover.

Slaets, K. (2011). Kameleons voor beginners. Self Published, Belgium: pgs 56, 61, 62, 65, 69, & Back Cover.

Bradbury, J.W. and Vehrencamp, S.L. (2011). Principles of Animal Communication, Second Edition. Sinauer Associates, Inc., United States: pg 145.

Mattison, C. and Garbutt, N. (2012). Chameleons. Natural History Museum, London: pg 22.

Davis, K.J. (2012). Turacos In Aviculture. Birdhouse Publications, Creswell: pg 60.

Journal of Experimental Biology (2012), 215 (24): Cover Image.

Olsen, P. (2014). An Eye for Nature: The Life and Art of William T Cooper. National Library of Australia, Canberra: pg 229.


Updated: 5/19/2017