DANIEL H. JANZEN
Professor of Biology
Department of Biology
University of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Phone: 215-898-5636 e-mail:email@example.com
Professor, University of Pennsylvania, 1976-present
Technical Advisor, Area de Conservación Guanacaste, Costa Rica (uncompensated)
MAJOR RESEARCH HONORS
1984 Crafoord Prize: Coevolutionary ecology. Swedish Royal Academy of Sciences
1989 MacArthur Fellowship
1992 Member, National Academy of Sciences, USA
1993 Decreed Honorary Member of the National Park Service of Costa Rica
1993 Award for Improvement of Costa Rican Quality of Life, Universidad de
Costa Rica (co-award with W. Hallwachs).
1994 Silver Medal Award, International Society of Chemical Ecology
1995 Conservation Biology Award, Society for Conservation Biology
1996 Thomas E. and Louise G. DiMaura Endowed Term Chair in Conservation
1996 Honorary Doctor of Science Degree, University of Minnesota
1997 Kyoto Prize in Basic Science
339 published papers and book chapters on tropical ecology,
biodiversity and tropical conservation
5 publications relevant to the project:
Oother significant publications
- Janzen, D.H. 1988. Ecological characterization of a Costa Rican dry forest
caterpillar fauna. Biotropica 20:120-135.
- Janzen, D. H. 1993. Caterpillar seasonality in a Costa Rican dry forest.
In Caterpillars. Ecological and evolutionary constraints on foraging.
Eds. N. E. Stamp and T. M. Casey, Chapman and Hall, New York, pp. 448-477.
- Gauld, I. D. and D. H. Janzen 1994. The classification, evolution and
biology of the Costa Rican species of Cryptophion (Hymenoptera:
Ichneumonidae). Zool. J. Linn. Soc. 110:297-324.
- Janzen, D. H. and I. D. Gauld 1997. Patterns of use of large moth
caterpillars (Lepidoptera: Saturniidae and Sphingidae) by ichneumonid
parasitoids (Hymenoptera) in Costa Rican dry forest (in press).
- Janzen, D. H. 1996. Prioritization of major groups of taxa for the All
Taxa Biodiversity Inventory (ATBI) of the Guanacaste Conservation Area in
northwestern Costa Rica, a biodiversity development project. ASC
Newsletter 24 (4): 45, 49-56.
- Janzen, D. H. 1984. Two ways to be a tropical big moth: Santa Rosa
saturniids and sphingids. Oxford Surveys in Evolutionary Biology 1:85-140.
- Janzen, D.H. 1988. Guanacaste National Park: Tropical ecological and
biocultural restoration. In Rehabilitating damaged ecosystems, Vol. II, J.
Cairns, Jr., ed., CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida, pp. 143-192.
- Janzen, D. H. and W. Hallwachs 1994. Ethical aspects of the impact of
humans on biodiversity. In Man and his environment. Tropical forests and
the conservation of species, ed. G. B. Marini-Bettolo. Pontificiae
Academiae Scientiarum Scripta Varia 84:227-255.
- Janzen, D. H. 1996. Wildland biodiversity management in the tropics. In
Biodiversity II, eds. M. L. Reaka-Kudla, D. E. Wilson and E. O. Wilson.
Joseph Henry Press, Washington, D.C., pp. 411-431.
- Janzen, D. H. 1996. On the importance of systematic biology in
biodiversity development. ASC Newsletter 24:17, 23-28.
- Janzen, D. H. 1997. Causes and consequences of biodiversity loss:
liquidation of natural capital and biodiversity resource development in
Costa Rica. In Biodiversity and human health, eds. F. Grifo and J.
Rosenthal, Island Press, Washington, D. C. pp. 302-311.