Robert Moore


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Robert D. Moore

Administrative Faculty

Web, Database & Communications Specialist
Department of CABNR/NAES - Administration
University of Nevada/Mail Stop 221
1664 N. Virginia St.
Reno,  Nevada   89512

Office: (775) 784-4551
Fax: 784-6604

Email: rmoore@cabnr.unr.edu
Building: Knudtsen Resource Center,  Office 103c

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EDUCATION
B.S. Biology, University of Kentucky, 1990
M.S. Evolutionary Ecology, University of Kentucky, 1993

REPRESENTATIVE PUBLICATIONS

Professional Papers
D H Bliss, R D Moore, W G Kvasnicka 2008, Parasite resistance in US cattle, Proceedings of the Forty First Annual Conference American Association of Bovine Practitioners 41:109-114
Moore, R. D. 1998, A Bird survey of the Nevada Army National Guard Stead Training Site, Swan Lake Wetlands, Washoe County, Nevada, Special Report to US Army, Stead Facility, Nevada
Journals
Walker, M., R. Moore 2003, A Web Site for Interpreting Drinking Water Quality Analyses. Journal of Extension., Journal of Extension 41(1)
Moore, R. D. and A. Sih 1996, Delayed hatching as a response of streamside salamander eggs to chemical cues from predatory sunfish., OIKOS 77: 331-335
Sih, A. and R. D. Moore 1993, Delayed hatching of salamander eggs in response to enhanced larval predation risk., American Naturalist 142 (6): 947-960
Sih, A., L. Kats, and R. D. Moore 1992, Effects of predatory sunfish on the density, drift, and refuge use of stream salamander larvae., Ecology 73: 1418-1430.
Book Chapter(s)
Sih, A. and R. D. Moore 1990, Interacting effects of predator and prey behavior in determining diets., In Behavioural Mechanisms of Food Selection (Roger N. Hughes), NATO ASI Series G: Ecological Sciences, Vol. 20: 771-796, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Germany.
Policies/Procedures
Cooperative Extension Faculty & Staff Resources 2019, 7,009: University of Nevada, Reno Social Media Policy, University Administrative Manual
Abstract:
University of Nevada, Reno's Social Media Policy is part of the University Administrative Manual. The policy recognizes the role of social media in fostering communication, collaboration and the exchange of information, and in supporting the University's mission, goals, programs and efforts. The policy provides guidance on maintaining social media sites related to our University work, including on deleting content, blocking users, copyright, fair use, logos, confidential information, terms and conditions, crisis communications, and more.
Cooperative Extension Faculty & Staff Resources 2019, Advisory Committee, University of Nevada Cooperative Extension
Lyles, I. 2019, List of Cooperative Extension Statewide Faculty, University of Nevada Cooperative Extension
Cooperative Extension Faculty & Staff Resources 2019, Mission Statement, University of Nevada Cooperative Extension
Cooperative Extension Faculty & Staff Resources 2019, Partnership Statement, University of Nevada Cooperative Extension
Cooperative Extension Faculty & Staff Resources 2019, Titles and How to Use Them, University of Nevada Cooperative Extension
Cooperative Extension Faculty & Staff Resources 2019, Trade or Brand Disclaimer, University of Nevada Cooperative Extension
Cooperative Extension Faculty & Staff Resources 2019, University Logos for Social Media Profiles, University of Nevada Cooperative Extension
Cooperative Extension Faculty & Staff Resources 2019, University logos, signatures and identifiers, University of Nevada Cooperative Extension
Abstract:
The Block N is the core element of the University's official academic brand. It should appear on all print and digital pieces. The Block N logo is the University's logo mark. The University's logotype is "University of Nevada, Reno." Combined, they are the University's main signature. College, unit and department identifiers feature the University's main signature. The Block N logo, the University signature, and college, unit and department identifiers should never be altered in any way (including their colors). They should have clear space all of the way around them, and they should not fall below minimum size. Secondary logos should not be created; they are not permitted by the University Administrative Manual. Download horizontal and vertical positive and reversed Block N, University signature, and college, department and unit identifier logos in PNG and EPS file formats.
Cooperative Extension Faculty & Staff Resources 2018, 5,304: Event Accessibility and Accommodation Policy, University Administrative Manual
Abstract:
The University's goal is to create a campus climate accessible to all, and proactively plan events free of physical, communication and/or other barriers so all individuals may meaningfully participate in campus activities and events. This policy and related provisions articulate the requirements for accessibility of events occurring in space owned or leased by the University. This policy applies to all faculty, staff, departments, recognized student organizations and university-affiliated organizations. This policy relates to events, including meetings, programs, conferences, speaker presentations, workshops, trainings, gatherings, rallies and other activities, which are either held at space owned or leased by the University or sponsored by the University and held at space owned or leased by a third party.
Cooperative Extension Faculty & Staff Resources 2017, Social Media Policy | College of Agriculture, Biotechnology & Natural Resources; University of Nevada Cooperative Extension; and Nevada Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Nevada Cooperative Extension
Cooperative Extension Faculty & Staff Resources 2016, 1,900: Equal Employment Opportunity Statement, University Administrative Manual
Abstract:
The following Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Statement must be placed on all print and electronic pieces. If the publication is in Spanish, use the Spanish version. In instances where the piece is too small for the above statement, such as bookmarks or postcards, the following statement is acceptable: An EEO/AA institution.
Cooperative Extension Faculty & Staff Resources 2016, 1,900: Equal Employment Opportunity Statement (Spanish), University Administrative Manual
Cooperative Extension Faculty & Staff Resources 2016, Photo and Video Guidelines and Releases, Office of Marketing & Communications
Abstract:
A hallmark of the University brand is professional photography that features a rich, vibrant and highly-saturated look, often incorporating tilt-shift or selective focus techniques. Strive to showcase a diversity of real faculty, staff and students. Use stock photography only when no appropriate images can be sourced from the University's Flickr account. And, consider if a video/photo release is required. View University photographer information, photo release guidelines, and individual, group and online photo release forms.
Surveys
moore, r.d. 1999, testing the uplaod function, journal of hard knocks
Abstract:
want to see if uploading is possible
Forms/Templates
Cooperative Extension Faculty & Staff Resources 2015, Copyright FAQs and Form Letters Asking for Permission and Granting Permission, University of Nevada Cooperative Extension
Cooperative Extension Faculty & Staff Resources 2014, Artwork Release Form, University of Nevada Cooperative Extension
Abstract:
In the event you use any art or other creative work done by a minor child (under 18), please have the parent or legal guardian sign a release form.
Thesis/Dissertation
moore, rd 1998, one more test, journal of hard knocks