Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Units Program: South Carolina
Education, Research and Technical Assistance for Managing Our Natural Resources

South Carolina Education Activities


Little Tobago Island, Tobago, site of seabird research conducted by SC CRU

Unit Scientists teach courses at the graduate level that are responsive to the needs of graduate students. SC Unit scientists founded a weekly seminar series that focuses on management and conservation of natural resources which is know organized by a School Committee. We also support Clemson's Ecology Program through teaching, research, and mentoring.
Recent courses taught include Foundations of Ecology, Advanced Conservation Biology, Ecological Energetics, Wildlife Habitat Associations, and Wildlife Disease and Health.


Title Instructor(s) Start Date End Date
Wildlife Health Jodice 2006-08-21 2006-12-15
Wildlife Habitat Analysis Jodice 2009-01-10 2009-05-01
Wildlfie Energetics Jodice 2010-08-18 2010-12-10
Unsolved Problems in Ecology Jodice 2020-08-22 2020-12-10
Spatial ecology of seabirds Jodice 2016-01-15 2016-05-15
Spatial ecology of seabirds Jodice 2013-01-15 2013-05-15
Spatial Ecology and Conservation Ross 2019-08-18 2019-12-06
Spatial Ecology and Conservation Ross 2017-08-23 2017-12-06
Readings in Ecology Jodice 2011-08-21 2011-12-16
Graduate Seminar McFadden, Beck 2012-01-23 2012-05-01
Foundations of Ecology Jodice, Michael 2020-01-05 2020-05-05
Foundations of Ecology Jodice 2013-01-05 2013-05-05
Foundations of Ecology Jodice 2011-08-18 2011-12-12
Foundations of Ecology Jodice 2009-08-22 2009-12-15
Foundations of Ecology Jodice 2007-08-22 2007-12-15
Foundations of Ecology Jodice 2004-08-19 2004-12-15
Fish Management Isely 2008-07-01 2008-08-15
Fish Management Isely 2007-01-06 2007-05-15
Fish Management Isely 2006-01-15 2006-04-30
Fish Management Isely 2003-08-10 2003-12-16
Fish Management Isely 2001-08-23 2001-12-15
Fish Ecology Isely 2007-01-06 2007-05-15
Fish Ecology Isely 2002-08-13 2002-12-15
Fish Ecology Isely 2000-08-23 2000-12-18
Fish Age and Growth Isely 2007-01-06 2007-05-15
Ecological Energetics Jodice 2005-08-25 2005-12-08
Ecological Energetics Jodice 2003-08-20 2003-12-05
Directed Research (Undergraduate) McFadden 2012-05-15 2012-07-15
Conservation Physiology Jodice 2020-08-22 2020-12-15
Conservation Physiology Jodice 2019-08-22 2019-12-15
Conservation Physiology Jodice 2018-08-22 2018-12-15
Conservation Physiology Jodice 2017-01-15 2017-05-15
Avian Nest Survival Jodice 2007-01-15 2007-04-30
Applied Population Dynamics McFadden 2014-01-14 2014-05-01
Analysis of Fish and Wildlife Populations Ross 2020-08-18 2020-12-06
Analysis of Fish and Wildlife Populations Ross 2019-01-01 2019-04-01
Analysis of Fish and Wildlife Populations Ross 2017-01-01 2017-03-10
Advanced Conservation Biology & Sustainability McFadden 2012-08-22 2012-12-10
Training Provided Instructor(s) Completion Date
Small mammal capture and field methods McFadden 2012-06-14
Motorboat Operator's Certification Course (MOCC), U.S. Department of the Interior Isely 2001-08-17
Intermediate R Workshop at The Wildlife Society Ross 2016-10-15
Fish Management. South Carolina Department of Natural Resources Isely 2007-05-08
Fish Ecology. South Carolina Department of Natural Resources. Isely 2007-03-08
Co-taught virtual workshop on analyzing count data using the package unmarked in R. Ross 2020-08-31
Building Capacity for Seabird Science and Management: Practical Applications II, Pedro Cays, Jamaica (8 days, 7 participants from Jamaica, Mexico, Bonaire, Martinique, Colombia, British Virgin Islands) Jodice 2012-10-24
Building Capacity for Seabird Science and Management: Practical Applications I, Pedro Cays, Jamaica (8 days, 6 participants from Jamaica) Jodice 2012-07-03
Building Capacity for Seabird Science and Conservation in the Caribbean: Ecology, Conservation and Management Training (6 days, 30 participants from Caribbean ) Jodice 2012-06-13
Best Practices in the Management of Feral Hogs McFadden 2014-07-30
Title and Location Speaker Date
Wildlife Ecology
Presented to: Daniel High School
McFadden 2013-11-15
Using movement data from seabirds to assess risk in the marine environment.
Presented to: Clemson University
Jodice 2020-03-26
Understanding the effect of environmental change on avian populations
Presented to: University of Georgia-Athens
Ross 2017-02-16
The role of green sea turtle foraging habits in structuring marine communities
Presented to: College of Charleston/Medical University of South Carolina
McFadden 2012-09-14
The importance of understanding individual movement patterns in nearshore and pelagic seabirds of the western north Atlantic
Presented to: College of Charleston
Jodice 2011-11-18
South Carolina seabird colonies - longterm trends and recent explorations of reproductive and foraging ecology
Presented to: University of Maine
Jodice 2010-01-15
Season movement of striped bass in relation to temperature and oxygen
Presented to: Western Washington
Isely 2003-06-10
Seabird ecology and conservation in the Northwest Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico: Insights from individual tracking
Presented to: Wake Forest University
Jodice 2014-09-17
Roby, DD, D.E. Lyons, R.M. Suryan, P.G.R. Jodice, and K. Collis. Junk food, regime shifts, and nesting failures: sorting out what matters in seabird forage fish dynamics.
Presented to: Northwest Section of The Wildlife Society, Girdwood, Alaska
Jodice 2004-10-01
Multidisciplinary Approaches to Wildlife Ecology and Conservation
Presented to: Clemson University
McFadden 2014-04-01
Multi-scale movement and risk in seabirds
Presented to: Duke University
Jodice 2019-03-15
Jodice, P.G.R., L.M. Ferguson, F.I. Sanders, E. Sachs, J. Thibault, L. Wickliffe, and J. Stuckey. 2006. What factors are limiting seabirds and shorebirds in South Carolina? The role of physiological and behavioral ecology to investigate population trends. Fort Johnson Marine Science Center Seminar Series, Charleston, SC.
Presented to: College of Charleston
Jodice 2006-10-15
Jodice, P.G.R., K, Meehan. 2007. Landscape level correlates of fox squirrel presence on golf courses in coastal South Carolina.
Presented to: National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, Washington D.C.
Jodice 2007-07-16
Jodice, P.G.R. Reproductive energetics of marine birds in the northern Gulf of Alaska: examining factors constraining recovery from the Exxon Valdez oil spill
Presented to: Clemson University
Jodice 2003-01-15
Jodice, P.G.R. Nutritional Ecology and Reproductive Energetics of Piscivorous Seabirds: Lipids, Junk-food, and Nutritional Stress
Presented to: College of Charleston
Jodice 2004-10-05
Jodice, P.G.R. 2007. Energy expenditure, diet quality, and reproductive performance in piscivorous seabirds: assessing the nutritional stress and junk-food hypotheses.
Presented to: University of Georgia Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources Seminar Series, Athens, GA
Jodice 2007-09-13
Green sea turtle foraging ecology in a pristine marine ecosystem
Presented to: Clemson University
McFadden 2012-04-06
Examining the movement ecology of seabirds across a range of spatial and temporal scales
Presented to: University of Florida
Jodice 2015-04-06
Behavioral thermoregulation in fishes.
Presented to: Clemson University
Isely 2001-09-12
An "in situ" Comparison of hatchery and wild fish behavior
Presented to: University of Washington
Isely 2003-06-12
Title Presenter Date
The Cooperative Research Units Jodice 2008-09-15
South Carolina Seabird Research – Integrating Ecology, Management, and Conservation Jodice 2010-11-10
Seabirds as Nongame Wildlife: Management Issues that Cross Ecological and Political Boundaries Jodice 2014-03-10
Seabird research in response to the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill Jodice 2010-09-10
Seabird Biology and Conservation Jodice 2010-11-11
Science, Advocay and Values Jodice 2008-09-04
Science, Advocay and Values Jodice 2007-09-20
Multidisciplinary Tools in Marine Conservation McFadden 2014-09-28
Multidisciplinary Approaches to Wildlife Ecology & Mangement McFadden 2014-04-01
Employment with the federal government Ross 2016-09-19
Career Options as a Federal Scientist Jodice 2011-03-01
Avian Energetics Jodice 2008-11-01
Student (Degree) Advisor Start Year End Year
Zabriskie, David (MS) Jodice 2003 2005
Wilkinson, Bradley (PhD) Ross 2019 Present
Waller, Michael (MS) Jodice 2007 2010
Thomsen, Jenn (MS) Jodice 2006 2007
Thomas, April (PhD) Ross 2017 2018
Sullivan, Susan (MS) McFadden 2014 2015
Stuckey, Joyce (MS) Jodice 2005 2006
Stefan, Stacy (MS) Jodice 2008 2008
Snipes, Katie (MS) Jodice 2009 2010
Smith, Kylie (MS) McFadden 2012 Present
Schurba, Jacob (MS) Ross 2019 Present
Rodgers, Maria (PhD) McFadden 2013 Present
Roach, Nicolette (MS) McFadden 2013 2015
Roach, Nicolette (MS) Jodice 2013 2015
Plumpton, Hannah (MS) Jodice 2016 2018
O'Bryan, Chris (MS) Jodice 2011 2014
Myko, Seth (MS) Jodice 2015 2017
Muthersbaugh, Michael (PhD) Ross 2020 Present
Morton, Jennifer (MS) McFadden 2012 Present
Moore, Lindsay (PhD) Jodice 2009 2012
Miller, Emily (MS) Ross 2019 Present
Melcher, Allison (MS) Ross 2020 Present
Masto, Nicholas (MS) Ross 2017 2019
Malanchuk, John (PhD) Ross 2018 Present
Livingston, John (MS) Jodice 2003 2004
Lawson, Abigail (PhD) Ross 2018 2019
Lawson, Abby (PhD) McFadden 2013 Present
Latshaw, Sarah (MS) Jodice 2009 2010
Knoerr, Michael (MS) Ross 2016 2018
Kelley, Adam (MS) Jodice 2007 2008
Keck, Katie (MS) McFadden 2012 2014
Jabor, William (MS) Isely 1999 2002
Hackney, Amanda (MS) Jodice 2008 2010
Gorga, Caroline (MS) Jodice 2010 2012
Gigliotti, Laura (PhD) Ross 2017 2020
Garmastani, AhJond (PhD) Jodice 2003 2006
Froehly, Jennifer (MS) Ross 2016 2018
Froehly, Jenifer (MS) Jodice 2016 2018
Eldredge, Cady (PhD) Jodice 2009 2013
Dertien , Jeremy (PhD) Ross 2018 Present
Denson, Mike (PhD) Isely 2003 2006
Cottrell, Amy (PhD) Ross 2020 Present
Clement, Marion (MS) Jodice 2017 Present
Clancy, Kathleen (MS) Jodice 2007 2008
Chumbley, Christopher (MS) Jodice 2007 2008
Chaudhary, Vratika (MS) McFadden 2014 2015
Briggs, Caity (MS) McFadden 2012 2012
Azad, Shefali (MS) Jodice 2015 2016
Azad, Shefali (MS) McFadden 2014 2016
Arguerin, Antonio (PhD) Isely 2001 2004
Sirajuddin, Pallavi (MS) Jodice 2016 2018