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

Georgia Research Activities


Rainbow trout are an important sportfish in Georgia.

The Georgia Unit conducts research on a variety of topics including broad areas of life history, population dynamics, ecology, and management of important game and non-game fish and wildlife through the region. Recent research has been in partnership with a variety of agencies including the GA Department of Natural Resources, GA Power Company, National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, Nemours Wildlife Foundation, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and the U.S. Geological Survey.

Project Completion Date
Using Qualitative Knowledge of Life History Traits to Predict Taxon Group Response to Levels of Coarse Woody Debris December 2017
Decision Support for Public Alligator Harvesting in Georgia, Florida, and South Carolina June 2017
A Spatially Explicit Population Modeling Framework to Support Conservation Decision Making for Gopher Tortoises in Georgia June 2017
Responses of Targeted Herpetological Communities to Fire Management Practices in Pine-Oak Forests of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park July 2014
Time-series Analysis for Monitoring Indicator Species August 2015
Communicating and Using Uncertain Scientific Information in the Production of ‘Actionable Science’ August 2014
Characterization of spatial and temporal variability in fishes in response to climate change August 2017
Trans-boundary management and conservation: linking large-scale dynamics to ecological monitoring and management September 2014
An assessment of water-borne and sediment-borne contaminant loading in the Conasuaga River: Implications for the Health of Aquatic Fauna July 2000
Experimental assessment of variable flows on growth and survival April 2001
Morphological and meristic characteristics of four species September 2004
Fish community response to commercial operation of the Richard September 2007
Habitat use and movement patterns of adult robust redhorse released in the Oconee River, GA December 2008
A study of the ecological value of managed tidal wetlands compared to adjacent natrual marshes in the ACE Basin, SC December 2010
Reproductive status of the Tripletail, Lobotes surinamensis Aggregation Offshore Jekyll Island Georgia June 2011
Abundance, size structure, and spawning locations of Robust Redhorse stocked in the Ogeechee River, Georgia December 2011
Use of occupancy modeling to estimate the abundance distribution of introduced Robust Redhorse in Upper Reaches of the Ocmulgee River, GA December 2011
Influence of Limnological Classification on sportfish production in lakes on Georgia's Public Fishing Areas June 2012
Water availability for ecological needs: A pilot study of the Upper Flint River System, GA September 2010
Science support for the upper Coosa Basin, Phase I December 2009
Park monitoring: Using decision models to assist vital signs monitoring in National Parks, a prototype using sea otters (Enhydra lutris) in coastal Alaska December 2010
Multi-resolution Assessment of potential Climate Change Effects on Aquatic and Hydrologic Dynamics Part I: Estimating Ecological Change September 2013
Decision Support Models for the Conservation and Recovery of Imperiled Mussels September 2012
Fish community response to commercial operation of the Richard B Russell pump-storage hydropower facility on the Savannah River, GA-SC September 2010
Technical support for Adaptive Harvest Management for American black ducks December 2010
A proposed approach for implementing a region-wide search for the ivory-billed woodpecker with the objective of estimating occupancy and related parameters June 2010
Population Dynamics of Introduced Lake Sturgeon in the Coosa River Basin, Georgia June 2024
Assessing variability in fish populations August 2022
Updating population parameters of Sicklefin Redhorse with new data form the Hiawassee River Basin August 2021
Identifying Pollinator Habitat Along Power Line Right of Ways in the Georgia Piedmont September 2022
Chinook salmon passage and recovery on the Willamette River May 2021
Modeling and Optimization to Advance Decision-making for Trust and At-risk Species March 2022
Mitigating emerging disease impacts in fisheries: adaptive strategies to ensure a safe, healthy seafood supply December 2021
Benefit-cost Analysis for the Threatened and Endangered Species Program of the Bureau of Land Management January 2021
Statistical support for long-term natural resource monitoring October 2023
Comparing recruitment estimation methods for age-1 Atlantic Sturgeon in the Altamaha River, GA from 2008-2020 August 2021
Assessing Actively Poached Galax Populations to Inform Restoration and Law Enforcement December 2021
Incorporating Structured Decision Making and Alternative Sources of Data into Management of White-tailed Deer in Georgia June 2022
Improving and Field Testing Novel Methods to Estimate White-tailed Deer Density Using Camera Traps September 2021
Restoration of a Relict Population of Gopher Tortoises Through Translocation of Waif Animals April 2019
Head-Starting as a Recovery Strategy for the Desert Tortoise December 2021
Impacts of Extreme High Tide Events on Sea Turtle Nesting on Georgia Barrier Islands April 2018
Hardwood Management in Open Pine Ecosystems on Sam D. Hamilton Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge July 2018
Completing a Double-Loop Learning Cycle in the Native Prairie Adaptive Management System December 2019
Technical Assistance to Georgia DNR for Nongame Bird Monitoring and Research September 2021
Forestry BMP for Sensitive Aquatic Species Southeastern US August 2021
Estimating population size of Sicklefin Redhorse in the Hiwassee River system June 2019
Black Rail ecology to inform effective survey design and support population modeling August 2021
Assessment of Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals in the Upper Conasauga River, Georgia September 2018
Impacts of Rabbit Hunting on Northern Bobwhite Demographics and Behavior August 2021
Environmental Stressors and Priority Plant Communities on Jekyll Island, Georgia May 2020
Adaptive Management of Federal Investments to Great Lakes Restoration Activities September 2021
Accelerating Conservation of At-Risk Species in the Longleaf System June 2022
Assess Field- and Landscape-Level Effects of NRCS Conservation Practices on Gopher Tortoise Habitat August 2020
Demographic Estimation and Conservation Modeling for the Loggerhead Sea Turtle June 2020
Statistical Support for NPS Southeast Region I&M Networks July 2019
Develop Adaptive Management Framework for Robust Redhorse November 2021
Assessment of Trout Management in Georgia December 2019
Integrating Metapopulation Ecology and Landscape Ecology for Improved Population Viability Analysis and Conservation Decision-Making December 2017
Develop an Adaptive Management Framework to Reduce the Impact of Invasive Phragmites in the Great Lakes Basin September 2021
Uncertainty and the Entanglement of Habitat Loss and Fragmentation Effects in the Management of Northern Bobwhites and Eastern Meadowlarks February 2016
An Adaptive Landscape Planning and Decision Framework for Gopher Tortoise (Gopherus polyphemus) Conservation June 2018
Validating Gopher Tortoise Habitat and Population Predictions for Georgia December 2016
Landscape Level Population Modeling as a Decision Support Tool for the Lesser Prairie-Chicken September 2017
Growth of spotted and largemouth bass May 2016
Brook Trout Population Analysis December 2014
Research Publications Publication Date
Thomson, D. L., M. J. Conroy, D. R. Anderson, K. P. Burnham, E. G. Cooch, C. M. Francis, J. D. Lebreton, M. S. Lindberg, B. J. T. Morgan, D. L. Otis, and G. C. White. 2009. Standardizing terminology and notation for the analysis of demographic processes in marked populations, pp 1099-1106 in Modeling Demographic Processes in Marked Populations, Environmental and Ecological Statistics 3. Thomson, D.L., E.G. Cooch, and M.J. Conroy (Eds.). Springer, New York, NY. | Publisher Website April 2009
Zimpfer, N. L., and M. J. Conroy. Movement and fidelity rates of American black ducks. J. Wildl. Manage. 70:1770-1777. November 2006
Zimpfer, N. L., and M. J. Conroy 2006. Models of production rates in American black duck populations. J. Wildl. Manage. 70:947-954 October 2006
Ziegeweid, J. R., C. A. Jennings, and D. L. Peterson. 2008. Thermal maxia for juvenile shortnose sturgeon acclimated to different temperatures. Environmental Biology of Fishes 82:299-307. August 2008
Ziegeweid, J. R., C. A. Jennings, D. L. Peterson, M. C. Black. 2008. Effects of temperature, salinity, and body size on the survival of juvenile shortnose sturgeon. Transactions of American Fisheries Society 137:1490-1499. October 2008
Wirgin, I., D. Currie, J. Stabile, and C. A. Jennings. 2004. Development and use of a simple DNA test to distinguish larval redhorses (Moxostoma) species in the Oconee River, Georgia. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 24:293-298. February 2004
Williams, B. K., J. D. Nichols, and M. J. Conroy. 2002. Analysis and management of animal populations. Academic Press . April 2002
Will, T. A., T. R. Reinert, and C. A. Jennings. 2002. Maturation and Fecudity of a stock-enhanced population of striped bass, Morone saxatilis (Walbaum), in the Savannah River Estuary, USA. Journal of Fish Biology 60:532-544. April 2002
Will, T. A., T. R. Reinert, C. A. Jennings. 2002. Maturation and fecundity of a stock-enhanced population of striped bass, Morone saxatilis (Walbaum), in the Savannah River Estuary, U. S. A. Journal of Fish Biology 60:532-544 April 2002
Whiteman, E. A., C. A. Jennings, and R. S. Nemeth. 2005. Sex structure and potential fecundity in a Epinephelus guttatus spawning aggregation: applying ultrasonic imaging. Journal of Fish Biology 66:983-995. March 2005
Weyers, R. S., C. A. Jennings, and M. C. Freeman. 2003. Growth and survival of robust redhorse and silver redhorse suckers (Catostomidae)exposed to pulsed, high-velocity water. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 132:84-91. January 2003
Wenger, S.J, M. C. Freeman, L. A. Fowler, B. J. Freeman, and J. T. Peterson. Conservation planning for imperiled aquatic species in an urbanizing environment. Landscape and Urban Planning 97(1):11-21. June 2010
Wenger, S. J., J. T. Peterson, M. C. Freeman, B. J. Freeman, D. D. Homans. 2008. Stream fish occurrence in response to impervious cover, historic land use and hydrogeomorphic factors Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 65: 1250?1264 June 2008
Weigel, D. E., J. T. Peterson, and P. Spruell. 2003. The distribution of introgressive hybridization between westslope cutthroat trout and rainbow trout in the Clearwater Basin, Idaho. Ecological Applications. 13:38-50. February 2003
Weigel, D. E., J. T. Peterson, and P. Spruell. 2002. A probabilistic model to detect introgression between westslope cutthroat trout and rainbow trout based on phenotypic characteristics. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society April 2002
Weber, W., C. A. Jennings, and S. G. Rogers. 2000. Population size and movement patterns of shortnose sturgeon, Acipenser brevirostrum, in the Ogeechee River system, Georgia. Proceedings Annual Conference of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies 52:18-28. January 2000
Ward, M. R., D. E. Stallknecht, J. Willis, M. J. Conroy, and W. R. Davidson. 2006. Wild bird mortality and West Nile Virus surveillance: biases associated with detection, reporting, and carcass persistence. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 42:92-106. January 2006
Walsh, M. G., J. T. Peterson, and T. J. Kwak. 2004. Influence of Long-Term Streamflow Variation on Recruitment of Riverine Fish Populations. Pages 21-25 in J. R. Copeland, F. Fiss, P. E. Balkenbush, and C. S. Thomason, editors. Warmwater streams symposium II. Available online: www. sdafs. org/wwstreams/wwsc1. htm. February 2004
Wagner, T., S.R. Midway, T. Vidal, B.J. Irwin, and J.R. Jackson. 2016. Detecting unusual temporal patterns in fisheries time series data. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 145:786-794. | Abstract | Download June 2016
Wagner, T., B. J. Irwin, J. R. Bence, and D.B. Hayes. 2013. Detecting temporal trends in freshwater fisheries surveys: statistical power and the important linkages between management questions and monitoring objectives. Fisheries 38:309-319. | Download July 2013
Vidal, T., B. J. Irwin, C. P. Madenjian, and S. J. Wenger. 2019. Age truncation of alewife in Lake Michigan. Journal of Great Lakes Research. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jglr.2019.06.006 July 2019
Vidal, T. E., B. J. Irwin, T. Wagner, L. G. Rudstam, J. R. Jackson, and J. R. Bence. 2017. Using Variance Structure to Quantify Responses to Perturbation in Fish Catches. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 146:584-593. [Featured Article] | Abstract April 2017
Tsehaye, I., M. L. Jones, B. J. Irwin, D. G. Fielder, J. E. Breck, and D. R. Luukkonen. 2015. A predictive model to inform adaptive management of double-crested cormorants and fisheries in Michigan. Natural Resource Modeling 28(3):348-376. | Abstract August 2015
Thurow, R. F., J. T. Peterson, and J. W. Guzevich. 2006. Utility and validation of day and night snorkel counts for estimating bull trout abundance in 1st to 3rd order streams North American Journal of Fish Management. 26:217?232 May 2006
Thomson, D. L., E. G. Cooch, M. J. Conroy. 2008. Modeling Demographic Processes in Marked Populations. Series: Environmental and Ecological Statistics , Vol. 3. Springer. December 2008
TenHarmsel, H. J., B. B. Boley, B. J. Irwin, and C. A. Jennings. 2021. Perceived constraints and negotiations to trout fishing in Georgia based on angler specialization level. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 41:115-129. doi:10.1002/nafm.10540

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February 2021
TenHarmsel, H. J., B. B. Boley, B. J. Irwin, and C. A. Jennings. 2019. An importance-satisfaction analysis of trout license holders in Georgia. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 39(6):1227-1241.
https://doi.org/10.1002/nafm.10353
October 2019
Sundmark, A. P. and C. A. Jennings. 2017. Influence of Lake Surface Area and Total Phosphorus on Annual Bluegill Growth in Small Impoundments of Central Georgia. Southeastern Naturalist 16(4):546-566. December 2017
Stevens, K, Irwin, B. Kramer, D., and Urquhart, G. 2014. Impact of increasing market access on a tropical small-scale fishery. Marine Policy 50:46-52. | Abstract May 2014
Steven J. Cooke, S. T., C. M. Bunt, S. J. Hamilton, C. A. Jennings, M. P. Pearson, M. S. Cooperman, and D. F. Markle. 2005. Threats, conservation strategies, and prognosis for suckers (Catostomidae) in North America: insights from regional case studies of a diverse family of non-game fishes. Biololgical Conservation 121:317-331. February 2005
Sitompul, A. F., J. P. Carroll, J. Peterson, and S. Hedges. 2008 Modelling Impacts of Poaching on the Sumatran Elephant Population in Way Kambas National Park, Sumatra, Indonesia. Gajah 28: 31-40 August 2008
Shoults-Wilson, W.A., J. T. Peterson, J. M. Unrine, J. Rickar, M. C. Black. The Asian clam Corbicula fluminea as a biomonitor of trace element contamination: Accounting for different sources of variation using an hierarchical linear model. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 28:2224-2232. September 2009
Shea, C. P., and J. T. Peterson. An evaluation of the relative influence of habitat complexity and habitat stability on fish assemblage structure in unregulated and regulated reaches of a large southeastern warmwater stream. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 136:943?958. July 2007
Senar, J. C., and M. J. Conroy. 2004. Multi-state analysis of the impacts of avian pox on a population of Serins (Serinus serinus): the importance of estimating recapture rates. Animal Biodiversity and Conservation. 27. 1: 133-146. January 2005
Senar, J. C., M. J. Conroy, L. M. Carrascal, J. Domenech, I. Mozetich, and F. Uribe. 1999. Identifying sources of heterogeneity in capture probabilities: An example with the Great Tit (Parus major). Bird Study 46(Suppl):S245-252. November 1999
Senar, J. C., M. J. Conroy and A. Borras. 2002. Microgeographical adaptation in a highly dispersing species: a metapopulation analysis of the Citril Finch. J. Applied Statistics 29(1-3):425-442. February 2002
Senar, J. C., J. Domenech, and M. J. Conroy. 1999. Funnel traps capture a higher proportion of juvenile Great Tits than automatic traps. Ringing and Migration 19:257-259. November 1999
Sanderlin, JS, BC Faircloth, B Chamblin, and MJ Conroy. 2009. Tetranucleotide microsatellite loci from the black bear (Ursus americanus). Molecular Ecology Resources 9: 288-291. January 2009
Sanchez-Rubio, G. and C. A. Jennings. 2015. Identifying and Evaluating the Distribution of Fishes, Crab, and Shrimp in the Savannah River Estuary. Final Project Report submitted to the Army Corps of Engineers. Savannah, GA. 53 pp. June 2015
Runstrom, A. L., B. Vondracek, and C. A. Jennings. 2001. Population statistics for paddlefish in the Wisconsin River. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 130:546-566. September 2001
Runge, J. R., J. T. Peterson, C. R. Martin. 2008. Survival and dispersal of hatchery-raised rainbow trout (Onchorynchus mykiss)in a river basin undergoing urbanization. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 28:745?757 March 2008
Ruiz, J., and J. T. Peterson. An Evaluation of the Relative Influence of Spatial, Statistical, and Biological Factors on the Accuracy of Stream Fish Species Presence Models. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 136:1640-1653. December 2007
Ruetz, C. R., and C. A. Jennings. 2000. Swimming performance of larval robust redhorse and low-velocity habitat modeling in the Oconne River, Georgia. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 129:398-407. January 2000
Rudstam, L. G., J. R. Jackson, A. J. VanDeValk, T. E. Brooking, W. W. Fetzer, B. J. Irwin, and J. L. Forney. 2016. Walleye and yellow perch in Oneida Lake - revisiting a coupled predator-prey system. Pages 319-354 in L. G. Rudstam, E. L. Mills, J. R. Jackson, and D. J. Stewart, editors. Oneida Lake: Long-term Dynamics of a Managed Ecosystem and its Fisheries. | Publisher Website February 2016
Roop, H.J., N.C. Poudyal, and C. A. Jennings. 2018. Assessing angler effort, catch, and harvest on a multi-lake fishery in middle Georgia. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 38:833-841 (DOI) - 10.1002/nafm.10179 April 2018
Roop, H. J., N. C. Poudyal, and C. A. Jennings. FSP initiated. Fishing preferences, angling behavior, and attitudes towards management: a comparison between White and Non-white Anglers. Human Dimensions of Wildlife. https://doi.org/10.1080/10871209.2020.1794082 | Abstract July 2020
Roop, H. J., N. C. Poudyal, and C. A. Jennings. 2018. Efficacy of a passive use-estimation system for estimating fishing effort on a multi-lake fishery. Fisheries Management and Ecology.2018;00:1–3. https://doi.org/10.1111/fme.12315 October 2018
Roop, H. J., N. C. Poudyal, and C. A. Jennings. Catch and harvest of targeted sportfishes at Marben Public Fishing Area in middle Georgia. Journal of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies 6:28-34. April 2019
Robinson, K.F. and C.A. Jennings. 2014. A comparison of resident fish communities in managed and unmanaged coastal wetlands in North Carolina and South Carolina, USA. Southeastern Naturalist 13:(2):237-260. | Abstract May 2014
Robinson, K. F. and C. A. Jennings. 2014. Productivity of functional guilds of fishes in managed wetlands in coastal South Carolina. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 5(1):70-86. | Abstract June 2014
Robinson, K. F. and C. A. Jennings. 2012. Maximizing Age-0 Spot export form a South Carolina estuary: an evaluation of coastal impoundment management via structured decision making. Marine and Coastal Fisheries: Dynamics, Management, and Ecosystem Science 4(1):156-172. April 2012
Rieman, B. E., J. T. Peterson, J. Clayton, P. Howell, R. F. Thurow, W. Thompson, and D. C. Lee. 2001. Evaluation of the potential effects of federal land management alternatives on the trends of salmonids and their habitats in the Interior Columbia River Basin. Journal of Forest Ecology and Management August 2001
Reinert, T. R., and J. T. Peterson. 2008. Modeling the Effects of Potential Salinity Shifts on the Recovery of Striped Bass in the Savannah River Estuary, Georgia-South Carolina, U. S. Environmental Management. 41:753-765 April 2008
Reinert, T. R., T. A Will, C. A. Jennings, and W. T. Davin. 2003. Use of egg surrogates to estimate sampling efficiency of striped bass eggs in the Savannah River. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 24:704-710. May 2004
Reinert, T. R., J. E. Wallin, M. C. Griffin, M. J. Conroy and M. J. Van Den Avyle. 1998. Long-term retention and detection of oxytetracycline marks applied to hatchery-reared larval striped bass. Canadian Journal of Fisheries & Aquatic Sciences 55(3):539-543. March 1998
Reinert, T. R., C. A. Jennings, T. A. Will, and J. E. Wallin. 2005. Decline and recovery of striped bass in a Southeastern US Estuary. Fisheries 30(3):18-25. March 2005
Reinert, T. R. and C. A. Jennings. 2011. Effect of egg sampling efficiency on estimates of historic striped bass egg production in the Savannah River Estuary, Georgia-South Carolina. Proceedings of the Annual Conference of Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies 65:71-77. April 2012
Reiman, B. E., J. T. Peterson, and D. L. Myers. 2006. Have Brook Trout Displaced Bull Trout in Streams of Central Idaho ?: An Empirical Analysis of Distributions Along Elevation and Thermal Gradients Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 63: 63-78. April 2006
Rabeni, C. F., J. Lyons., N. Mercado-Silva, J. T. Peterson. 2009. Warmwater Fish in Wadeable Streams, chapter 4 in Standard Sampling Methods for North American Freshwater Fishes. S. Bonar, D. Willis and W. Hubert, editors. August 2009
Price, A.L. and J.T. Peterson. Estimation and Modeling of Electrofishing and Seining Capture Efficiency for Fishes in Wadeable Warmwater Streams. North American Journal of Fisheries Management April 2010
Powell, L. A., M. J. Conroy, J. E. Hines, J. D. Nichols, and D. G. Krementz. 2000. Simultaneous use of mark-recapture and radiotelemetry to estimate survival, movement, and capture rates. Journal of Wildlife Management 64:302-313 January 2000
Powell, L. A., M. J. Conroy, G. D. Balkcom, and J. N. Caudell. 2004. Urban Canada geese in Georgia: assessing a golf course survey and a nuisance relocation program. Proceedings of the 2003 International Canada Goose Symposium: 135-139. September 2004
Powell, L. A., J. D. Lang, M. J. Conroy, and D. G. Kremetz. 2000. Effects of forest management on density, survival, and population growth of wood thrushes. Journal of Wildlife Management 64:11-23. January 2000
Powell, L. A., J. D. Lang, D. G. Krementz, and M. J. Conroy. 2005. Using radio telemetry to reduce bias in nest searching. Journal of Field Ornithology 76:274-278. September 2005
Powell, L. A. J. D. Lang, D. G. Krementz, and M. J. Conroy. . 2005. Use of radiotelemetry to reduce bias in nest searching. J. Field. Ornithology 76:274-278 August 2005
Peterson, R. C., and C. A. Jennings. 2007. Effects of river discharge on abundance and instaneous growth of Age-0 Carpsuckers in the Oconee River, Georgia, USA. River Research and Application 23:1016-1025. November 2007
Peterson, R. C., C. A. Jennings, and J. T. Peterson. 2012. River discharge effects on abundance of age-0 redhorses (Moxostoma spp.) in the Oconee River, Georgia, USA, with implications for robust redhorse. River Research and Application. 29:734-742. March 2012
Peterson, J.T. and J. Dunham. 2010 Scale and Fishery Management. Chapter 3 in W. Hubert and M. Quist, eds. Inland Fisheries Management, 3rd edition. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, MD. October 2010
Peterson, J., C. Moore, S. Wenger, K. Kennedy, E. Irwin, and M. Freeman. 2007. Adaptive management applied to aquatic natural resources. Chapter 6.4 in Proceedings of the 2007 Georgia Water Resources Conference, March 27-29, Athens. | Abstract | Download | Publisher Website March 2007
Peterson, J. T., and R. S. Mordecai. 2006. Review of Occupancy estimation and modeling. The Auk 123:1201-1202. October 2006
Peterson, J. T., and P. B. Bayley. 2004. A Bayesian Approach to Estimating Presence When a Species is Undetected. in W. L. Thompson, editor. Sampling Rare or Elusive Species: Concepts, Designs and Techniques for Estimating Population Parameters. Island Press, Covelo, CA. December 2004
Peterson, J. T., and J. W. Evans. 2003. Decision analysis for sport fisheries management. Fisheries. 28(1):10-20. January 2003
Peterson, J. T., and J. Dunham. 2003. Combining inferences from models of capture efficiency, detectability, and suitable habitat to classify landscapes for conservation of threatened bull trout. Conservation Biology 17:1070-1077. August 2003
Peterson, J. T., and C. F. Rabeni. 2001. The relation of fish assemblages to channel units in an Ozark stream Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 130: 911-926 September 2001
Peterson, J. T., and C. F. Rabeni. 2001. Evaluating the physical characteristics of channel units in an Ozark stream. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 130(5):898-910. September 2001
Peterson, J. T., R. F. Thurow, and J. Guzevich. 2004 An evaluation of multi-pass electrofishing for estimating the abundance of stream-dwelling salmonids. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 133:462-475. March 2004
Peterson, J. T., N. P. Banish, and R. F. Thurow. 2005. Are blocknets necessary? Movements of stream-dwelling salmonids in response to three common survey methods. North American Journal of Fish Management 25:732?743 April 2005
Peterson, J. T., J. Dunham, P. Howell, S. Bonar, R. Thurow. 2002. Protocol for determining bull trout presence. Western Division of the American Fisheries Society. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland. (This is a peer-refereed special publication of the Western Division of the American Fisheries Society). April 2002
Peterson, J. T., C. R. Jackson, C. P. Shea, and G. Li. The development and evaluation of a stream channel classification for estimating the response of fishes to changing streamflow. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society | Abstract September 2009
Peterson, J. T. and C. Paukert. 2009. Data conversion, Chapter 12 in Standard Sampling Methods for North American Freshwater Fishes. S. Bonar, D. Willis and W. Hubert, editors. August 2009
Peterson, D. L., P. J. Vecsei, and C. A. Jennings. 2007. Ecology and biology of the lake sturgeon: a synthesis of current knowledge of a threatened North American Acipenseridae. Reviews in Fish biology and Fisheries 17:59-76. March 2007
Peterson, D. L. J. T. Peterson, and R. F. Carline. 2006. Effects of zooplankton density on survival of stocked walleye fry in five Pennsylvania reservoirs. Journal of Freshwater Ecology. 21:121-129. May 2006
Peterson J. T., and C. F. Rabeni. 2001. Evaluating the efficiency of a one-square-meter quadrat sampler for riffle-dwelling fish. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 21:76-85. March 2001
Perles, S. J., T. Wagner, B. J. Irwin, D. R. Manning, K. K. Callahan, and M. R. Marshall. 2014. Evaluation of a regional monitoring program's statistical power to detect temporal trends in forest health indicators. Environmental Management 54:641-655. doi:10.​1007/​s00267-014-0313-z | Download July 2014
Paukert, C. P., and 8 coauthors. 2016. Adapting fisheries management to a changing climate. Fisheries 41:374-384. July 2016
Parr, R.T., C.A. Jennings, N.D. Denslow, K.J. Kroll, and R.B. Bringolf. 2016. Evaluation of reproductive status in Tripletail by traditional and non-lethal approaches. Marine and Coastal Fisheries: Dynamics, Management, and Ecosystem Science:8(1):16-22. | Abstract | Download March 2016
Parr, R. T., Bringolf, R. B. and Jennings, C. A. 2018. Efficacy of Otoliths and First Dorsal Spines for Preliminary Age and Growth Determination in Atlantic Tripletails. Marine and Coastal Fisheries 10: 71–79. doi:10.1002/mcf2.10008 February 2018
Mosley, D. L., and C. A. Jennings. 2007. Flow preferences for juvenile robust redhorse in an experimental mesocosm: implications for developing sampling protocols. North American Journal of Fisheries Management. 27:1383-1392. November 2007
Moore, C. T., and M. J. Conroy. 2006. Optimal regeneration planning for old-growth forest: addressing scientific uncertainty in endangered species recovery through adaptive management. Forest Science 52:155-172. | Abstract | Download | Publisher Website April 2006
Moore, C. T., and M. J. Conroy. 2006. A decision model for perpetuating maximal old growth forest conditions under stochastic and structural uncertainty. Pages 185-197 in Cieszewski, C. J., and M. Strub, eds. Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Forest Measurements and Quantitative Methods and Management & The 2004 Southern Mensurationists Meeting (15-18 June 2004, Hot Springs, AR, USA). Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources, University of Georgia, Athens. | Abstract | Download December 2006
Moore, C. T., and J. Hepinstall-Cymerman. 2018. An adaptive landscape planning and decision framework for gopher tortoise (Gopherus polyphemus) conservation. Final project memorandum to Southeast Climate and Adaptation Science Center. | Download February 2019
Moore, C. T., and J. C. Maerz. 2020. Accelerating conservation of at-risk species in the longleaf system. Final project memorandum to Southeast Climate Adaptation Science Center. | Download August 2020
Moore, C. T., and E. A. Hunter. 2021. Gopher tortoise demographic variables estimated from long-term mark-recapture data. Journal of Wildlife Management 85:615-616. https://doi.org/10.1002/jwmg.22039 | Download May 2021
Moore, C. T., W. T. Plummer, and M. J. Conroy. 2005. Forest management under uncertainty for multiple bird population objectives. Pages 373-380 in Ralph, C. J., and T. D. Rich, eds. Bird Conservation Implementation and Integration in the Americas: Proceedings of the Third International Partners in Flight Conference. 2002 March 20-24; Asilomar, California, Volume 1. Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-191. Albany, CA: Pacific Southwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture. | Abstract | Download | Publisher Website February 2006
Moore, C. T., T. L. Shaffer, and J. J. Gannon. 2013. Spatial education: improving conservation delivery through space-structured decision making. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 4:199-210. http://dx.doi.org/10.3996/082012-JFWM-069 | Abstract | Download | Publisher Website June 2013
Moore, C. T., S. J. Converse, M. J. Folk, M. C. Runge, and S. A. Nesbitt. 2012. Evaluating release alternatives for a long-lived bird species under uncertainty about long-term demographic rates. Journal of Ornithology 152:S339-S353. | Abstract | Download | Publisher Website February 2012
Moore, C. T., M. J. Conroy and K. Boston. 2000. Forest management decisions for wildlife objectives: system resolution and optimality. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture 27:25-39. | Abstract | Download | Publisher Website June 2000
Moore, C. T., J. J. Gannon, T. L. Shaffer, and C. S. Dixon. 2020. An adaptive approach to vegetation management in native prairies of the northern Great Plains. Pages 246-257 in M. C. Runge, S. J. Converse, J. E. Lyons, and D. R. Smith, eds., Structured Decision Making: Case Studies in Decision Analysis for Natural Resources Management. Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, MD. May 2020
Midway, S.R., T. Wagner, J.D. Zydlewski, B.J. Irwin, and C.P. Paukert. 2016. Transboundary Fisheries Science: Meeting the Challenges of Inland Fisheries Management in the 21st Century. Fisheries 41:537-546. | Download September 2016
McKee, R. K., K. A. Buhlmann, C. T. Moore, J. Hepinstall-Cymerman, and T. D. Tuberville. 2020. Waif gopher tortoise survival and site fidelity following translocation. Journal of Wildlife Management 85:640-653. https://doi.org/10.1002/jwmg.21998 | Download May 2021
McGovern, P. A., K. A. Buhlmann, B. D. Todd, C. T. Moore, J. M. Peaden, J. Hepinstall-Cymerman, J. A. Daly, and T. D. Tuberville. Comparing husbandry techniques for optimal head-starting of the Mojave Desert Tortoise (Gopherus agassizii). Herpetological Conservation and Biology 15:626-641. http://www.herpconbio.org/Volume_15/Issue_3/McGovern_etal_2020.pdf | Download December 2020
McGovern, P. A., K. A. Buhlmann, B. D. Todd, C. T. Moore, J. M. Peaden, J. Hepinstall-Cymerman, J. A. Daly, and T. D. Tuberville. 2020. The effect of size on post-release survival of head-started Mojave desert tortoises. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 11:494-506. https://doi.org/10.3996/JFWM-20-014 | Download December 2020
McCargo, J. W. and J. T. Peterson. 2010. An evaluation of the influence of seasonal base flow and geomorphic stream characteristics on Coastal Plain stream fish assemblages. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 139: 29-48 | Abstract January 2010
Mattsson, B. J., R S. Mordecai, M. J. Conroy, J. T. Peterson, R. J. Cooper, And H. Christensen. 2008. When does N0 matter? A stochastic population viability analysis for imperiled large-bodied woodpeckers, with implications for the recently rediscovered Ivory-billed woodpecker. Avian Conservation and Ecology 3(2): 5. [online] URL: http://www.ace-eco.org/vol3/iss2/art5/ | Publisher Website December 2008
Looney, G. L., and C. A. Jennings. 2004. Description of larval and juvenile robust redhorse (Moxostoma robustum). Bulletin of the Alabama Museum of Natural History 23:1-8. December 2004
Lawson, A.J., Clinton T. Moore, Thomas R. Rainwater, Frances M. Nilsen, Philip M. Wilkinson, Russell H. Lowers, Louis J. Guillette Jr., K.W. McFadden, and Patrick G.R. Jodice. 2020. Nonlinear patterns in mercury bioaccumulation in American alligators are a function of predicted age. Science of the Total Environment 707:135103. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2019.135103 | Download March 2020
Lang, J. D., L. A. Powell, D. G. Krementz, and M. J. Conroy. 2002. Wood Thrush movements, habitat use, and effects of forest management for Red-cockaded Woodpeckers. Auk 119(1): 109-124. June 2002
Kwak, T. J., and J. T. Peterson. Community Indices, Parameters, and Comparisons. Pages 667-763. In M. Brown and C. Guy, editors. Analysis and interpretation of Freshwater Fisheries Data. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland. November 2007
Kramer, D. W., T. J. Prebyl, J. H. Stickles, D. A. Osborn, B. J. Irwin, N. P. Nibbelink, R. J. Warren, and K. V. Miller. 2016. Assessing deer road crossings using GPS locations. Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies 3:253-260. March 2016
Konwick, B. J., G. T. Tomy, N. Ismail, J. T. Peterson, R. J. Fauver, D. Higginbotham, M. Blount|, A. T. Fisk. 2008. Concentrations and patterns of perfluorinated compounds in Georgia (USA) surface waters near and distant to a major use source. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 27:2011-2018. September 2008
Kendall, W. L. and C. T. Moore. 2012. Maximizing the utility of monitoring to the adaptive management of natural resources. Pages 74-98 in R. A. Gitzen, J. J. Millspaugh, A. B. Cooper, and D. S. Licht, editors. Design and analysis of long-term ecological monitoring studies. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK. July 2012
Kellock, K., B. E. Trushel, P. C. Ely, C. A. Jennings, and R. B. Bringolf. 2014. Survey of intersex Largemouth Bass Micropterus salmoides from impoundments in Georgia USA. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 143:565-572. | Abstract | Download April 2014
Keiter D.A., Cunningham F.L., Rhodes O.E. Jr, Irwin B.J., Beasley J.C. 2016. Optimization of Scat Detection Methods for a Social Ungulate, the Wild Pig, and Experimental Evaluation of Factors Affecting Detection of Scat. PLOS ONE 11(5): e0155615. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0155615 | Abstract May 2016
Jones, M. L., T. O. Brenden, and B. J. Irwin. 2015. Re-examination of sea lamprey control policies for the St. Marys River: completion of an adaptive management cycle. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. | Abstract | Publisher Website July 2015
Jennings, C.A., B. L. Sloss, B. A. Lasee, G. J. Burtle, and G. R. Moyer. 2013. Care, Handling, and Examination of Sampled Organisms. pp163-221 in A. V. Zale, D. L. Parrish, and T. M. Sutton, editors. Fisheries Techniques 3rd Edition. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, MD. January 2013
Jennings, C. A., and S. J. Zigler. 2010. Biology and life history of paddlefish in north america: an update. Pages 1- 22 in C. P. Paukert and G. D. Scholten, Editors. Paddlefish Management, Propagation, and Conservation in the 21st Century: Building from 20 years of Research and Management. American Fisheries Society, Symposium 66. Bethesda, MD | Publisher Website January 2010
Jennings, C. A., and S. J. Zigler. 2000. Ecology and biology of paddlefish in North America: historical perspectives, management approaches, and research priorities. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 10:167-181. April 2001
Jennings, C. A., and R. S. Weyers. 2010. Temporal and spatial distribution of marsh-edge and tidal creek fishes in the Savannah River Estuary, USA. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies 63:153-160. June 2010
Jennings, C. A., T. E. Lauer, and B. Vondracek, Editors. 2012. Scientific Communication for Natural Resource Professionals. American Fisheries Society August 2012
Jennings, C. A., T. A. Will, and T. R. Reinert. 2005. Efficacy of a high- and low-frequency ultrasonic probe for measuring ovary volume and estimating fecundity of large striped bass Morone saxatalis in the Savannah River Estuary. Fisheries Research 76:445-453. December 2005
Jennings, C. A., M. Allen, C. Belcher, R. Bringolf, D. Dennerline, T. Goar, K. Kuklinski, J. Long, P. Mazik, D. Riecke, and M. Rogers. Congratulations on Your Promotion to Management: Considerations for New Supervisory Biologists. 2020. Journal of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies 7:103-113. | Abstract | Publisher Website March 2020
Jennings, C. A., G. E. Mitchell, C. Nelson. 2018. Seasonal Food Habits of Introduced Blue Catfish in Lake Oconee, Georgia. Journal of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies 5:39-45. | Abstract March 2018
Jennings, C. A., E. W. Dilts, J. S. Shelton. and R. C. Peterson. 2010. Fine sediment affects on survival to emergence of robust redhorse. Environmental Biology of Fishes 87:43-53. | Abstract | Download January 2010
Jennings, C. A. 2020. BOOK REVIEW Paddlefish: Ecology, Aquacultural, and Regulatory Challenges of a Global Resource. DOI:10.1002/fsh.10418. Fisheries 45(6). 334. | Abstract June 2020
Jennings, C. A. 2012. Communicating science: from cuneiform to the contemporary and beyond. pp 1-6. in C. A. Jennings, T. E. Lauer, and B. Vondracek (editors). Scientific Communication for Natural Resource Professionals August 2012
Jennelle, C. S., E. G. Cooch, M. J. Conroy, and J. C. Senar. State-specific detection probabilities and disease prevalence. Ecological Applications. 17:154-167 January 2007
Jafari, N., B. L. Nuse, C. T. Moore, B. Dilkina, and J. Hepinstall-Cymerman. 2017. Achieving full connectivity of sites in the Multiperiod Reserve Network Design Problem. Computers and Operations Research 81:119-127. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cor.2016.12.017 | Abstract | Download | Publisher Website May 2017
Irwin, B.J., T. Wagner, J.R. Bence, M.V. Kepler, W. Liu, and D.B. Hayes. 2013. Estimating spatial and temporal components of variation for fisheries count data using negative binomial mixed models. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 142:171-183. | Download January 2013
Irwin, B., T Wagner, and J. R. Bence. 2018. Characterization of Spatial and Temporal Variability in Fishes in Response to Climate Change. Project completion report [extended abstract], Northeast Climate Science Center. January 2018
Irwin, B. J., and M. J. Conroy. 2013. Consideration of reference points for the management of renewable resources under an adaptive management paradigm. Environmental Conservation 40(4):302-309. doi:10.1017/S0376892913000222 November 2013
Irwin, B. J., W. Liu, J. R. Bence, and M. L. Jones. 2012. Defining economic injury levels for sea lamprey control in the Great Lakes basin. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 32:760-771. July 2012
Irwin, B. J., L. G. Rudstam, J. R. Jackson, A. J. VanDeValk, and J. L. Forney. 2016. Long-term trends in the fish community of Oneida Lake: analysis of the zebra mussel invasion. Pages 375-396 in L. G. Rudstam, E. L. Mills, J. R. Jackson, and D. J. Stewart, editors. Oneida Lake: Long-term Dynamics of a Managed Ecosystem and its Fisheries. | Publisher Website February 2016
Irwin, B. J., B. A. Crawford, T. Gancos Crawford, and C. T. Moore. 2016. Turning Uncertainty into Useful Information for Conservation Decisions. Southeast Climate Science Center Fact Sheet 2016-02. Available online: https://secasc.ncsu.edu/wp-content/uploads/sites/14/2019/04/SECASC_FactSheet_2016_02_Final.pdf June 2016
Hunter, E.A., N P. Nibbelink, C.R. Alexander, K. Barrett, L.F. Mengak, R.K. Guy, C.T. Moore, and R.J. Cooper. 2015. Coastal vertebrate exposure to predicted habitat changes due to sea level rise. Environmental Management 56:1528-1537. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00267-015-0580-3 December 2015
Hunter, E. A., N. P. Nibbelink, C. R. Alexander, K. Barrett, L. F. Mengak, R. K. Guy, C. T. Moore, and R. J. Cooper. 2015. Coastal vertebrate exposure to predicted habitat changes due to sea level rise. Environmental Management 56:1528-1537. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00267-015-0580-3 | Abstract | Download | Publisher Website December 2015
Hunt, V. M., S. K. Jacobi, J. J. Gannon, J. Zorn, C. T. Moore, and E. V. Lonsdorf. 2016. A decision support tool for adaptive management of native prairie ecosystems. Interfaces 46:334-344. http://dx.doi.org/10.1287/inte.2015.0822 | Abstract | Download | Publisher Website July 2016
Howell, J. E., C. T. Moore, M. J. Conroy, R. G. Hamrick, R. J. Cooper, R. E. Thackston, and J. P. Carroll. 2009. Conservation of northern bobwhite on private lands in Georgia, USA under uncertainty about landscape level habitat effects. Landscape Ecology 24:405-418. | Abstract | Download | Publisher Website March 2009
Howell, J. A., J. T. Peterson, and M. J. Conroy. 2008. Building Hierarchical Models of Avian Distributions for the State of Georgia. Journal of Wildlife Management. 72:168?178. January 2008
Homer, M.D., J. T. Peterson, and C. A. Jennings. 2015. Evaluation of Three Aging Techniques and Back-calculated Growth for Introduced Blue Catfish from Lake Oconee, Georgia. Southeastern Naturalist 14(4):740–756. December 2015
Homer, M. D. Jr, and C. A. Jennings. 2011. Historical catch, age structure, sizes, and relative growth for an introduced population of blue catfish in Lake Oconee, GA. Pages 383-394 in P. H. Michaletz and V. H. Travnichek, editors. Conservation, ecology, and management of catfish: the second international symposium. American Fisheries Society, Symposium 77. Bethesda, MD September 2011
Hess, B. J., and C. A. Jennings. 2002. Striped bass in the trout waters of the upper Chattahoochee Rvier: can these two fisheries co-exit? Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies 54:107-117. January 2002
Grossman, G. D., R. E. Ratajczak, J. T. Petty, M. D. Hunter, J. T. Peterson, and G. Grenouillet. in press. Population dynamics of mottled sculpin (Pices:Cottidae) in a variable environment: an information theoretic approach. Ecological Monographs July 2006
Grabowski, T. J., and C. A. Jennings. 2009. Radio-tagged "guide fish": a novel approach for uncovering information about rare or cryptic fishes. Fisheries Management and Ecology 16:68-71 | Abstract | Publisher Website January 2009
Grabowski, T. B., and C. A. Jennings. 2009. Post-release movements and habitat use of stocked robust redhorse in the Ocmulgee River, Georgia. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 19:170-177. | Abstract | Publisher Website January 2009
Grabowski, T. B., T. D. Ferguson, J. T. Peterson, and C. A. Jennings. 2009. Capture probability and behavioral response of robust redhorse, an cryptic riverine fish, to electrofishing. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 29:721–729. | Abstract | Publisher Website June 2009
Gannon, J. J., C. T. Moore, T. L. Shaffer, and B. Flanders-Wanner. 2012. An adaptive approach to invasive plant management on U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service-owned native prairies in the Prairie Pothole Region: decision support under uncertainty. Proceedings of the 22nd North American Prairie Conference, 1-5 August 2010, University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, IA. | Abstract | Download | Publisher Website April 2012
Fouts, K. L., C. T. Moore, K. D. Johnson, and J. C. Maerz. 2017. Lizard activity and abundance greater in burned habitat of a xeric montane forest. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 8:181-192.http://dx.doi.org/10.3996/042016-JFWM-031 | Download June 2017
Fonnesbeck, C. J., and M. J. Conroy. 2004. Application of integrated Bayesian modeling and Markov chain Monte Carlo methods to the conservation of a harvested species. Animal Biodiversity and Conservation. 27. 1: 267-281. January 2005
Fitzgerald, D. G., L. G. Rudstam, J. M. Casselman, B. J. Irwin, D. G. Fielder, T. J. Paoli, and C. E. Kraft. 2016. Fish community response to environmental perturbations: comparison of Oneida Lake with three Bays of the Great Lakes. Pages 497-524 in L. G. Rudstam, E. L. Mills, J. R. Jackson, and D. J. Stewart, editors. Oneida Lake: Long-term Dynamics of a Managed Ecosystem and its Fisheries. | Publisher Website February 2016
Feeney, R. G., D. V. Boelke, J. J. Deroba, S. Gaichas, B. J. Irwin, and M. Lee. 2019. Integrating Management Strategy Evaluation into fisheries management: advancing best practices for stakeholder inclusion based on an MSE for Northeast U.S. Atlantic herring. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 76:1103-1111. doi.org/10.1139/cjfas-2018-0125 June 2019
Dunham, J. B., B. E. Rieman, and J. T. Peterson. 2002. Patch-based models of species occurrence: lessons from salmonid fishes in streams. in J. M. Scott and P. J. Heglund, editors. Predicting Species Occurrences: Issues of Scale and Accuracy. January 2002
Duncan, W. W., M. C. Freeman, C. A. Jennings, and T. McLean. 2003. Considerations for flow alternatives that sustain Savannah River Fish Populations. Proceedings of the 2003 Georgia Water Resources Conference. 2003:468-471. April 2003
Dula, B., A. Kaeser, C. A. Jennings, and A. Fox. Effects of Hurricane Michael on Annual Recruitment and Mortality of Gulf Sturgeon in the Apalachicola River, FL. Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society (Virtual). September 2020. | Abstract September 2020
Domenech, J., J. C. Senar, and M. J. Conroy. 2001. Birds captured at automatic baited traps are heavier. Buttl. GCA 18: 1-8. January 2002
Diefenbach, D.R., L.A. Hansen, R.J. Warren, M.J. Conroy, and M.G. Nelms. 2009. Restoration of bobcats to Cumberland Island, Georgia, USA: Lessons learned and evidence for the role of bobcats as keystone predators. Pages 423-435 in A. Vargas, C. Breitenmoser and U. Breitenmoser (editors). Iberian Lynx Ex situ Conservation: An Interdisciplinary Approach. Fundación Biodiversidad, Madrid, Spain. | Abstract | Download October 2009
Diefenbach, D. R., L. A. Hansen, R. J. Warren, and M. J. Conroy. 2006. Spatial organization of a reintroduced population of bobcats. Journal of Mammalogy. 87:394-401. May 2006
Deroba, J. J., S. K. Gaichas, M. Lee, R. G. Feeney, D. Boelke, and B. J. Irwin. 2019. The dream and the reality: meeting decision-making time frames while incorporating ecosystem and economic models into management strategy evaluation. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 76:1112-1133. doi.org/10.1139/cjfas-2018-0128 June 2019
Dennerline, D.E., C.A. Jennings, and D.J. Degan. 2012. Relationships between hydroacoustic derived density and gill net catch: Implications for Fish Assessments. Fisheries Research 123-124: 78-89. | Abstract | Publisher Website July 2012
Dennard, S., J. T. Peterson, and E. S. Hawthorne. 2009. The Life History and Ecology of Cambarus halli, an Endemic Crayfish of the Tallapoosa River Basin, Georgia. Southeastern Naturalist 8:479-494. September 2009
DeVries D. R., G. G. Grossman, D. H. Wahl, J. A. Stone, F. M. Utter, C. A. Jennings, and D. M. Kimball. 2007. A perspective on the decision to establish an AFS marine journal. Fisheries 32(1):30. January 2007
Dawson, H. A., M. L. Jones, B. J. Irwin, N. S. Johnson, C. M. Wagner, and M. Szymanski. 2016. Management strategy evaluation of a new control tactic to manage invasive fish. Natural Resource Modeling 29(3):448-469. https://doi.org/10.1111/nrm.12096 May 2016
Daly, J. A., K. A. Buhlmann, B. D. Todd, C. T. Moore, J. M. Peaden, and T. D. Tuberville. 2019. Survival and movements of head-started Mojave desert tortoises. Journal of Wildlife Management 83:1700-1710. DOI: 10.1002/jwmg.21758 | Download September 2019
Daly, J. A., K. A. Buhlmann, B. D. Todd, C. T. Moore, J. M. Peaden, and T. D. Tuberville. 2018. Comparing growth and body condition of indoor-reared, outdoor-reared, and free-ranging juvenile Mojave Desert Tortoises. Herpetological Conservation and Biology 13:622-633. http://www.herpconbio.org/Volume_13/Issue_3/Daly_etal_2018.pdf | Download December 2018
Cummings JW, SJ Converse, CT Moore, DR Smith, CT Nichols, NL Allan, and CM O'Meilia. 2017. A projection of lesser prairie-chicken (Tympanuchus pallidicinctus) populations range-wide. USGS Open File Report 2017-1071. https://doi.org/10.3133/ofr20171071 | Download August 2017
Crawford, B. A., M. Olds, J. C. Maerz, and C. T. Moore. 2020. Estimating population persistence for at-risk species using citizen science data. Biological Conservation 243:108489. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2020.108489 | Download March 2020
Crawford, B. A., J. C. Maerz, and C. T. Moore. 2020. Expert-informed habitat suitability analysis for at-risk species assessment and conservation planning. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 11:130-150. https://doi.org/10.3996/092019-JFWM-075 | Abstract | Download | Publisher Website June 2020
Crawford, B. A., C. T. Moore, T. M. Norton, and J. C. Maerz. 2018. Integrated analysis for population estimation, management impact evaluation, and decision-making for a declining species. Biological Conservation 222:33-43. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2018.03.023 | Abstract | Download June 2018
Crawford, B. A., C. T. Moore, T. M. Norton, and J. C. Maerz. 2017. Mitigating road mortality of Diamond-backed Terrapins (Malaclemys terrapin) with hybrid barriers at crossing hot spots. Herpetological Conservation and Biology 12:202-211. http://www.herpconbio.org/Volume_12/Issue_1/Crawford_etal_2017.pdf | Download April 2017
Craven, S.W., J.T. Peterson, M.C. Freeman, T.J. Kwak, and E. Irwin. 2010. Modeling the relations between flow regime components, species traits and spawning success of fishes in warmwater streams. Environmental Management. 46(2):181-194 July 2010
Cooper, R. J., M. J. Conroy, and J. P. Carroll. 2001. Wildlife biometrics training at the University of Georgia: adding quantitative emphasis to a wildlife management program. Wildl. Soc. Bull. 29:1049-1054 December 2001
Cook, K., J. Skvarla, S. McDonald, J. Bewsher, and M. J. Conroy. 2005. Central Georgia black bear population: habitat and population modeling and behavioral ecology. International Bear Newsletter 14:29-31. April 2005
Converse, S. J., S. Servanty, C. T. Moore, and M. C. Runge. 2019. Population dynamics of reintroduced Whooping Cranes. Pages 139-160 in French, Jr, J. B., S. J. Converse, and J. E. Austin, editors. Whooping Cranes: Biology and Conservation. Academic Press, London, UK. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-12-803555-9.00007-4 January 2019
Converse, S. J., C. T. Moore, and D. P. Armstrong. 2013. Demographics of reintroduced populations: estimation, modeling, and decision analysis. Journal of Wildlife Management 77:1081-1093. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/jwmg.590 | Abstract | Download | Publisher Website July 2013
Converse, S. J., C. T. Moore, M. J. Folk, and M. C. Runge. 2013. A matter of tradeoffs: reintroduction as a multiple objective decision. Journal of Wildlife Management 77:1145-1156. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/jwmg.472 | Abstract | Download | Publisher Website August 2013
Conroy. M. J., and D. C. Lee. 2004. Population dynamics and monitoring applied to decision-making. Animal Biodiversity and Conservation 27. 1:229-230. January 2005
Conroy, MJ, JP Runge, RJ Barker,MR Schofield, CJ Fonnsebeck. 2008. Efficient estimation of abundance for patchily distributed populations via 2-phase, adaptive sampling. Ecology 3362-3370. December 2008
Conroy, M. J., and J. P. Carroll. Quantitative Vertebrate Conservation. Wiley-Blackwell. January 2009
Conroy, M. J., and J. P. Carroll. 2002. Estimating abundance of Galliformes: tools and application. Proceedings of the 2nd International Galliformes Symposium. Kathmandu and Royal Chitwan Nationa Park, Nepal. 24 September - 1 October 2000. Editors-in-chief: MIA Woodburn and PJG McGowan. Editors: J. P. Carroll, A. Musavi, and Zhang Zheng-wang. January 2002
Conroy, M. J., and C. T. Moore. 2002. Wildlife habitat modeling in an adaptive framework: the role of alternative models. Pages 205-218 in Scott, J. M., P. J. Heglund, M. L. Morrison, J. B. Haufler, M. G. Raphael, W. A. Wall, and F. B. Samson, eds. Predicting species occurrences: issues of accuracy and scale. Island Press, Washington, DC. | Download February 2002
Conroy, M. J., and C. T. Moore. 2001. Simulation models and optimal decision making in natural resource management. Pages 91-104 in Shenk, T. M., and A. B. Franklin, eds. Modeling in natural resource management: development, interpretation, and application. Island Press, Washington, DC. | Download May 2001
Conroy, M. J., R. J. Barker, P. J. Dillingham, D. Fletcher, A. M. Gormley, and I. Westbrooke. 2008. APPLICATION OF DECISION THEORY TO CONSERVATION MANAGEMENT: RECOVERY OF HECTOR'S DOLPHIN. Wildlife Research 35: 93-102. April 2008
Conroy, M. J., P. Beier, H. Quigley, and M. R. Vaughan. 2006. Improving the use of science in conservation: lessons from the Florida Panther. Journal of Wildlife Management: 70: 1-7 April 2006
Conroy, M. J., M. W. Miller, and J. E. Hines. 2002. Identification and synthetic modeling of factors affecting American black duck populations. Wildlife Monographs 150. October 2002
Conroy, M. J., J. C. Senar, and J. Domenech. 2002. Analysis of individual and time-specific covariate effects on survival of Serinus serinus in north-eastern Spain. J. Applied Stat. 29(1-3):125-142. May 2002
Conroy, M. J., J. C. Senar, J. E. Hines and J. Domenech. 1999. Development and application of a mark-recapture model incorporating predicted sex and transitory behaviour. Bird Study 46(Suppl): S62-73. November 1999
Conroy, M. J., C. R. Allen, J. T. Peterson, L. Pritchard, Jr., and C. T. Moore. 2003. Landscape change in the southern Piedmont: challenges, solutions, and uncertainty across scales. Conservation Ecology 8(2): 3. [online] URL: http://www.consecol.org/vol8/iss2/art3. | Abstract | Download | Publisher Website December 2003
Conroy, M. J., C. J. Fonnesbeck, and N. L. Zimpfer. 2005. Modeling regional waterfowl harvest rates using Markov chain Monte Carlos. Journal of Wildlife Management 69: 77-90. March 2005
Conroy, M. J. J. T. Peterson, O. L. Bass, C. J. Fonnesbeck, J. E. Howell, C. T. Moore, and J. P. Runge. 2008. Sources of variation in detection of wading birds from aerial surveys in the Florida Everglades. Auk 125:731-743. | Abstract | Download | Publisher Website July 2008
Conroy, M. J. Application of capture-recapture to addressing questions in evolutionary ecology. in: Modeling Demographic Processes in Marked Populations. Series: Environmental and Ecological Statistics , Vol. 3 Thomson, David L. ; Cooch, Evan G. ; Conroy, Michael J. (Eds. ) January 2009
Conroy, M. J. 2008. Some contributions of capture-recapture to evolutionary ecology and population modeling. Pp. 315-348 in Unity in Diversity. Reflections on Ecology after the Legacy of Ramon Margalef. Fundaci�n BBVA, Bilbao, Spain February 2008
Conroy, M. J. 2005. Modelling and statistics for conservation: a philosophical, pragmatic viewpoint. Pp. 122-132 in: Fuller, R. A. & Browne, S. J. (eds) 2005. Galliformes 2004. Proceedings of the 3rd International Galliformes Symposium. World Pheasant Association, Fordingbridge, UK. May 2005
Conroy, M. J. 2002. Real and quasi-experiments in capture-recapture studies: suggestions for advancing the state of the art. J. Applied Statistics 29(1-3):475-477. May 2002
Conroy, M. J. 2000. Conservation and land use decisions under uncertainty: models, data, and adaptation. Pp. 145-158 in. M. Hill and R. Aspinall (editors). Spatial information for land use management. OPA Overseas Publishing Associates, Ltd. September 2001
Conroy, M. J. 2000. An adaptive approach to habitat management for migratory birds in the southeastern United States. pp. 63- 69 in: Bonney, R., Pashley, D. N., Cooper, R, J., and Niles, L. (eds). Strategies for bird conservation: The Partners in Flight Planning Process; Proceedings of the 3rd Partners in Flight Workshop; 1995 October 1-5; Cape May, NJ. Proceedings RMRS-P-16. Ogden, UT: U. S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 281 p. September 2001
Conroy M.J. and J.T. Peterson. 2009. Integrating management, research, and monitoring: balancing the 3-legged stool. Pages 413 - 421 in Cederbaum S.B., Faircloth B.C., Terhune T.M., Thompson J.J., and Carroll J.P., eds. Gamebird 2006: Quail VI and Perdix XII. 31 May - 4 June 2006. Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources, Athens, GA, USA. July 2009
Cohen, B. S., E. H. Belser, C. H. Killmaster, J. W. Bowers, B. J. Irwin, M. J. Yabsley, and K. V. Miller. 2015. Epizootiology of cranial abscess disease in white-tailed deer of Georgia. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 51(3)609-618. | Abstract July 2015
Carswell, B. L., J. T. Peterson, and C. A. Jennings. 2015. Tidal Management Affects Sub-adult Fish Assemblages in Impounded South Carolina Marshes. Wetlands Ecology and Management 23(6):1015-1031. June 2015
Bringolf, R. A., B. J. Irwin, and K. A. Kellock. 2015. Factors associated with intersex Largemouth Bass from impoundments in the southeastern United States. Pages 311-318 in M. D. Tringali, J. M. Long, T. W. Birdsong, and M. S. Allen. Black bass diversity: multidisciplinary science for conservation. American Fisheries Society, Symposium 82, Bethesda, MD. April 2015
Boone, S. S., S. M. Hernandez, A. C. Camus, D. L. Peterson, C. A. Jennings, J. L. Shelton & S. J. Divers. 2013. Evaluation of four suture materials for surgical incision closing in Siberian sturgeon. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 142:649-659. | Abstract March 2013
Boone, S. S., S. J. Divers, A. C. Camus, D. L. Peterson, C. A. Jennings, J. L. Shelton, & S. M. Hernandez. 2013. Pathologic and Physiologic Effects Associated with Long-Term Intracoelomic Transmitters in Captive Siberian Sturgeon (Acipenser baerii). North American Journal of Fisheries Management 33:869-877. October 2013
Bonvehcio, T. F. and C. A. Jennings, and D. R. Harrison. 2011. Diet and population metrics of the introduced blue catfish population in the Altamaha, River, GA. Proceedings of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies 65:112-118. April 2012
Belcher, C.N. and C. A. Jennings. 2011. Identification and evaluation of sub-adult shark bycatch in Georgia’s commercial trawl fisheries. Fisheries Management and Ecology 18:104-112. | Abstract April 2011
Belcher, C. N., and C. A. Jennings. 2009. Use of fishery-independent trawl surveys to evaluate distribution patterns of sub-adult sharks in Georgia. Marine and Coastal Fisheries: Dynamics, Management and Ecosystem Science 1:218-229. | Abstract July 2009
Belcher, C. N., and C. A. Jennings. 2009. Potential gear bias associated with hand-retrieved longline catches of sub-adult sharks in Georgia estuaries. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 29:1676-1685. | Abstract December 2009
Belcher, C. N., and C. A. Jennings. 2004. Evaluation of Stock-Recruitment Curves for White Shrimp in Georgia. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 24:654-661. May 2004
Belcher, C. N. and C. A. Jennings. 2010. Utility of Mesohabitat Features for Determining Habitat Associations of Sub-adult Sharks in Georgia’s Estuaries. Environmental Biology of Fishes 88:349-359. | Abstract April 2010
Beier, P., M. R. Vaughan, M. J. Conroy, and H. Quigley. 2006. Evaluating scientific inferences about the Florida Panther. Journal of Wildlife Management: 70: 236-245. April 2006
Bayley, P. B., and J. T. Peterson. 2001. Species presence for zero observations: an approach and an application to estimate probability of occurrence of fish species and species richness. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 130: 620-633. July 2001
Banish, N. P., J. T. Peterson, R. F. Thurow. 2007. Physical, Biotic, and Sampling Influences on Diel Habitat Use by Stream-Dwelling Bull Trout. North American Journal of Fisheries Management. 28:176-187. February 2008
Baker, T. L., and C. A. Jennings. 2005. Striped bass survival in Lake Blackshear, GA during drought conditions: implications for restoration efforts in Gulf of Mexico drainages. Environmental Biology of Fishes 72:73-84. February 2005
Baker, L. A., R. J. Warren, D. R. Diefenbach, W. E. James, and M. J. Conroy. 2001. Prey selection by reintroduced bobcats (Lynx rufus) on Cumberland Island, Georgia. American Midland Naturalist 145:80-93. March 2001
Alvarez, G. A., D. Grundy, B. J. Irwin, C. A. Jennings, and A. Fox. 2020. Using video survey to examine the effect of habitat on gag grouper encounter. Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society. Virtual. August 28 - September 03. | Abstract | Download September 2020
Albanese, B., P. L. Angermeier, and J. T. Peterson. Does mobility limit rates of colonization and population recovery among stream fishes? Freshwater Biology 7:1444-1460. May 2009
Albanese, B. R., J. T. Peterson, B. J. Freeman, and D. Wieler. 2007 Accounting for Incomplete Detection when Estimating Site Occupancy of Pteronotropis welaka (Bluenose Shiner) in Southwest Georgia. Southeastern Naturalist 6(4):669-682. January 2007
Presentations Presentation Date
Zimpfer, N.L. M. J. Conroy, and C. J. Fonnesbeck. 2000. Development of an adaptive harvest management protocol for American black ducks. 2nd North American Duck Symposium,11-15 October, Saskatoon, SK. October 2000
Zimpfer, N. L., M J. Conroy, and C. J. Fonnesbeck. Modeling specific life history aspects of American black ducks for purposes of adaptive harvest management. 9th Annual Conference, The Wildlife Society, Bismarck, ND. 24-28 September 2002. September 2002
Ziegeweid, J. R. and C. A. Jennings. 2006. Acute toxicities of salinity and temperature for young-og-the-year shortnose sturgeon. Annaul Meeting of the GA Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. Jan. 24-26, 2006. Gainesville, GA. January 2006
Ziegeweid, J. R. and C. A. Jennings. 2006. Acute toxicities of salinity and temperature for young-og-the-year shortnose sturgeon. Annaul Meeting of the American Fisheries Society. Sept. 10-14, 2006. September 2006
Yondo, H., B. Boley, B. Irwin, and C. Jennings. Importance-performance perceptions of Georgia trout anglers. Southeastern Recreation Research Conference, Asheville, NC. March 2017
Yondo, H., B. Boley, B. Irwin, and C. Jennings. 2018. Negotiation of perceived constraints to trout fishing in Georgia based on angler specialization level. Southern Division of the American Fisheries Society, San Juan, PR. March 2018
Yondo, H., B. Boley, B. Irwin, and C. Jennings. 2018. Negotiation of perceived constraints to trout fishing in Georgia based on angler specialization level. Southeastern Recreation Research Conference, Athens, GA. March 2018
Yondo, H., B. Boley, B. Irwin, and C. Jennings. 2018. Importance-satisfaction perceptions of Georgia trout anglers. Warnell Graduate Student Symposium, Athens, GA. January 2018
Yondo, H., B. Boley, B. Irwin, and C. Jennings. 2018. Importance-satisfaction perceptions of Georgia trout anglers. Georgia Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, Helen, GA. January 2018
Yondo, H., B. Boley, B. Irwin, and C. Jennings. 2017. Importance-satisfaction perceptions of Georgia trout anglers. Annual meeting of the American Fisheries Society, Tampa, FL August 2017
Wright, A.D., J. Hepinstall-Cymerman, L. Smith, and C.T. Moore. 2015. (Poster) Data are scarce but action is necessary: Using agent-based models for conservation. Annual Student Conference on Conservation Science, 7-9 October 2015, New York, NY. October 2015
Wright, A. D., J. Hepinstall-Cymerman, L. L. Smith, and C. T. Moore. 2016. Long-term population ecology and large-scale movement patterns of gopher tortoises (Gopherus polyphemus) in southwestern Georgia. US-IALE 2016 Annual Meeting, 3-7 April 2016, Asheville, NC. April 2016
Wright, A. D., J. Hepinstall-Cymerman, L. L. Smith, and C. T. Moore. 2016. (Poster) Long-term population ecology and large-scale movement patterns of gopher tortoises (Gopherus polyphemus) in southwestern Georgia. Annual Scientific Advisory Committee Meeting of the Joseph W. Jones Ecological Research Center, 4 February 2016, Newton, GA. February 2016
Wright, A. D., J. Hepinstall-Cymerman, L. L. Smith, and C. T. Moore. 2015. Long-term population ecology and large-scale movement patterns of gopher tortoises (Gopherus polyphemus) in southwestern Georgia. Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies, 1-4 Nov 2015, Asheville, NC. November 2015
Wright, A. D., J. Hepinstall-Cymerman, L. L. Smith, and C. T. Moore. 2015. Long-term population ecology and large-scale movement patterns of gopher tortoises (Gopherus polyphemus) in southwestern Georgia. 37th Annual Gopher Tortoise Council Meeting, 16-18 October 2015, Covington, LA. October 2015
Wright, A. D., J. Hepinstall-Cymerman, L. L. Smith, and C. T. Moore. 2014. (Poster) Long-term population ecology and large-scale movement patterns of gopher tortoises (Gopherus polyphemus) in southwest Georgia. 36th Annual Gopher Tortoise Council Meeting, 17-19 October 2014, Albany, GA. October 2014
Wright, A. D., J. Hepinstall-Cymerman, L. L. Smith, C. T. Moore, and R. B. Chandler. 2016. Long-term population ecology and large-scale movement patterns of gopher tortoises in southwestern Georgia: A spatial capture-recapture approach. The Wildlife Society 23rd Annual Conference, 15-19 October 2016, Raleigh, NC. October 2016
Wright, A. D., C. T. Moore, J. Hepinstall-Cymerman, and L. Smith. 2015. [Poster] Estimating dispersal rates and landscape resistance to understand functional connectivity for a long-lived endangered species. International Association of Landscape Ecology World Congress, 5-10 July 2015, Portland, OR. July 2015
Wisniewski, J.M., J.T. Peterson, S. Abbott, C. Shea, and C. Stringfellow 2011. Lessons learned from a long-term mussel tagging study. Annual meeting of the Southern Division of the American Fisheries Society, January 13-16, Tampa, FL (INVITED) January 2011
Wilson, A. W., M. Dodd, C. T. Moore. 2017. The impacts of extreme high tide events on sea turtle nesting along the Georgia barrier islands. Graduate Climate Conference, 10-12 November 2017, Woods Hole, MA. ** NOT ACCEPTED ** November 2017
Wilson, A. M., M. Dodd, and C. T. Moore. 2018. Sea turtle nest elevation and hatch success in response to extreme high tide events. Presentation at 2018 Annual Southeast Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation, 22-25 February 2018, Helen, GA. February 2018
Wilson, A. M., M. Dodd, and C. T. Moore. 2017. [Poster] The impacts of extreme high tide events on sea turtle nesting along the Georgia barrier islands. Georgia Environmental Conference, 23-25 August 2017, Jekyll Island, GA. August 2017
Wilson, A. M., M. Dodd, and C. T. Moore. 2018. Sea turtle nest elevation and hatch success in response to extreme high tide events. Southeast Regional Sea Turtle Meeting, 12-16 February 2018, Myrtle Beach, SC. February 2018
Wilson, A. M., M. Dodd, and C. T. Moore. 2017. The impacts of extreme high tide events on sea turtle nesting along the Georgia barrier islands. Poster; 37th International Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation, 15-20 April 2017, Las Vegas, NV. April 2017
Wilson, A. M., M. Dodd, and C. Moore. 2017. [Poster] The impacts of extreme high tide events on sea turtle nesting along the Georgia barrier islands. 2017 Wildlife Research Meeting, Georgia Department of Natural Resources Wildlife Resources Division, 8 August 2017, Mansfield, GA. August 2017
Wilson, A. M., M. Dodd, J. Hepinstall-Cymerman, J. Maerz, and C. T. Moore. 2017. A Bayesian hierarchical model of loggerhead sea turtle (Caretta caretta) nest success response to extreme high tide events. The Wildlife Society 24th Annual Conference, 23-27 September 2017, Albuquerque, NM. September 2017
Will, T.A., T.R. Reinert, and C.A. Jennings. May 2000. Use of ultrasonic imaging to assess the reproductive status of endemic striped bass in the Savannah River estuary. International Conference on the Ethology, Ecology, and Evolutionary Ecology of Fishes. Athens, GA May 2000
Will, T.A., T.R. Reinert, and C.A. Jennings. May 2000. Use of striped bass egg surrogates to assess gear detection thresholds and sampling efficiency in the Savannah River estuary. International Conference on the Ethology, Ecology, and Evolutionary Ecology of Fishes. Athens, GA May 2000
Will, T.A., T.R. Reinert, and C.A. Jennings. February 2000. Use of ultrasonic imaging to assess the reproductive status of striped bass in the Savannah River estuary. Midyear Meeting of the Southern Division of the American Fisheries Society. Savannah, GA February 2000
Will, T.A., T.R. Reinert, and C.A. Jennings. February 2000. Use of striped bass egg surrogates to assess gear detection thresholds and sampling efficiencies in the Savannah River Estuary. Midyear Meeting of the Southern Division of the American Fisheries Society. Savannah, GA February 2000
Weyers, R.S., C.A. Jennings, and M.C. Freeman. May 2000. The effects of pulsed,high-water velocity on the length and survival of Moxostoma robustum (robust redhorse). International Conference on the Ethology, Ecology, and Evolutionary Ecology of Fishes. Athens, Ga May 2000
Weyers, R. S., C. A. Jennings, and R. Cull. 2003. Temporal and spatial distribution of estuarine-dependant species in the Savannah River Estuary. Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society. August 10-14, 2003. Quebec City, Montreal, Canada. August 2003
Weyers, R. S. and C. A. Jennings. 2003. Temporal and spatial distribution of estuarine-dependant species in the Savannah River Estuary. Spring Meeting - Southern Division of theAmerican Fisheries Society. February 13-16, 2003. Wilmington, North Carolina. February 2003
Weyers, R. S. and C. A. Jennings. 2003. Temporal and spatial distribution of estuarine-dependant species in the Savannah River Estuary. Annual Meeting of the GA Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. January 21-23, 2003. Rome, Georgia. January 2003
Weigel,D.E.,J.T. Peterson and P. Spurell.2000.The distribution of introgressive hybridization in westslope cutthroat trout populations in the Clearwater basin, Idaho and considerations for Dworshack resident fish mitigation.Detection, Status, and Management of Introgressed Populations of Cutthroat Trout Symposium.Boise, Idaho. April 2000
Walsh,M.G., and J.T. Peterson. 2004. Adaptive Flow Management of Hydropower Operations in the Southeastern U.S. Invited Presentation in the interdiciplinary symposium, 'Science-based Management', at Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies, Hilton Head, South Carolina. January 2004
Walsh, M. and J.T. Peterson 2004.The development of decision support tools for dam operation in the southeastern United States. 134th Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, Madison ,WI. August 2004. August 2004
Walsh, M. G., and J. T. Peterson. April 2004. Adaptive Flow Management of Hydropower Operations in the Southeastern U.S. Adaptive Management Conference Series, Gainesville, FL. April 2004
Walsh, M. G., J. T. Peterson, and T. J. Kwak. January 2004. Influence of Long-term Streamflow Variation on Recruitment of Riverine Fish Populations. Annual Meeting of the Georgia Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, Athens, GA. January 2004
Walsh, M. G., J. T. Peterson, and T. J. Kwak. February 2004. Influence of Long-term Streamflow Variation on Recruitment of Riverine Fish Populations. Warmwater Streams Fisheries Management Symposium, Spring Meeting of the Southern Division of the American Fisheries Society, Oklahoma City, OK. February 2004
Wagner, T., B.J. Irwin, J.R. Bence, W. Lui, D.B. Hayes. 2012. Developing Expectations for Detecting Temporal Change in Freshwater Fisheries Surveys. 68th Annual Northeast Fish and Wildlife Conference. April 15 - 17, 2012, Charleston, West Virginia. April 2012
Vidal, T., C. Jansch, B. J. Irwin, T. Wagner, J. R. Bence, J. R. Jackson, L. G. Rudstam, and W. W. Fetzer. 2014. Using variance structure as statistical indicators of large scale ecological change. Annual meeting of the American Fisheries Society, Québec City, Québec, Canada. August 2014
Vidal, T., B. J. Irwin, T. Wagner, L. G. Rudstam, J. R. Bence, and J. R. Jackson. Using variance structure to quantify perturbation induced ecological reorganization. Warnell Graduate Student Symposium, University of Georgia, Athens, GA. February 2015
Vidal, T. E., B. J. Irwin, and C. P. Madenjian. 2017. Demographic structure influences how environmental forcing affects Alewife recruitment in Lake Michigan. Meeting of the Southern Division of the American Fisheries Society, Oklahoma City, OK. February 2017
Vidal, T. E., B. J. Irwin, and C. P. Madenjian. 2016. Disentangling exogenous drivers of Alewife population dynamics in Lake Michigan. Georgia Chapter Meeting of the American Fisheries Society. Columbus, GA. February 2016
Urich, M.L, R. B. Bringolf, P. Lasier, C. A. Jennings. 2016. Investigation of Environmental and Biochemical Factors Associated with Intersex in Freshwater Fish. Joint Annual Meeting of the GA-AL chapters of the American Fisheries Society. Columbus, GA. Feb. 9-11. February 2016
Tucker, T. R., S. Tank, P. Canniff, C. Dumoulin, C. T. Bargeron, E. Jensen, C. T. Moore, and K. P. Kowalski. 2021. The Phragmites Adaptive Management Framework: Programmatic quality control of participatory data. Presentation at the 64th annual Conference on Great Lakes Research (International Association for Great Lakes Research), 17-21 May 2021 [virtual]. May 2021
Tucker, T. R., S. Tank, E. Jensen, C. Dumoulin, P. Canniff, C. T. Moore, and K. P. Kowalski. 2021. The Phragmites Adaptive Management Framework: Invasive species management through collective learning. Midwest Fish & Wildlife Conference, 1-4 February 2021 (Virtual). February 2021
Trushel, B.E., J.T. Peterson, and C.A. Jennings. 2012. Influence of multi-scale factors on fish structural indices in freshwater impoundments: Implications for successful fisheries management. American Fisheries Society Southern Division Annual Meeting, Biloxi, Mississippi, 26-29 January 2012. (Oral Presentation) January 2012
Trushel, B.E., J.T. Peterson, and C.A. Jennings. 2012. Influence of multi-scale factors on fish structural indices in freshwater impoundments: Implications for successful fisheries management. World Fisheries Congress, Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom. May 7-11. (Poster Presentation) May 2012
Trushel, B., J.T. Peterson, and C.A. Jennings. 2012. Influence of Multi-Scale Factors on Fish Structural Indices in Freshwater Impoundments: Implications for Successful Fisheries Management. 142nd Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, August 19-23, St Paul MN. August 2012
Trushel, B., C.A. Jennings, and J.T. Peterson. 2012. Influence of Multi-Scale Factors on Fish Structural Indices in Freshwater Impoundments: Implications for Successful Fisheries Management. Annual Meeting of the Southern Division of the American Fisheries Society, January 28-29, Biloxi, MS. January 2012
Trushel, B., C.A. Jennings, and J.T. Peterson. 2012. Influence of Multi-Scale Factors on Fish Structural Indices in Freshwater Impoundments: Implications for Successful Fisheries Management. 20th Annual Meeting of the Georgia Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, February 7-9, Perry, GA. February 2012
Trushel, B. E., J. T. Peterson, and C. A. Jennings. 2010. Influence of landscape- and lake-level characteristics on sportfish production in southeastern U.S. impoundments. Annual Meeting of the Georgia Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, Perry, GA. January 2010
Trushel, B. E., J. T. Peterson, and C. A. Jennings. 2010. Influence of landscape- and lake-level characteristics on sportfish production in southeastern U.S. impoundments. Spring Meeting of the Southern Division of the American Fisheries Society. Feb. 25-28. Asheville, NC. February 2010
Tomy, N. Ismail, D. Higginbotham, M. Blount, and A. Fisk. 2007. Perfluorinated Compounds in Georgia Waters: a Preliminary Analysis. Annual Meeting of the Southern Division of the American Fisheries Society, Memphis TN. February 2007
Thurow,R.F.,J.T. Peterson, and J. Guzevich.2001.Evaluation of multi-pass electrofishing and day and night snorkeling for estimating bull trout abundance. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Bull Trout Technical Workshop. Welches, Oregon March 2006
Thurow, R.F., J.T. Peterson, and J. W. Guzevich 2005. Was Edgar Winter correct? Utility of snorkeling for censusing salmonids. Annual Meeting of the Idaho Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, Boise, ID. February 2005
Thurow, R.F., J. T. Peterson, and J.W. Guzevich. 2003. Is there an elephant in your living room? Ignoring detectability biases results and may lead to poor decisions. Annual Meeting of the Oregon Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, Eugene. February 2003
Thurow, R., J. Peterson, and J. Guzevich. August 2001. The bias in removal electrofishing estimates of stream dwelling salmonid abundance. Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society. Phoenix, AZ. August 2001
TenHarmsel, H., B. Boley, B. Irwin, and C. Jennings. (NOT SUBMITTED due to COVID-19 pandemic) 2020. Harnessing all your data to better understand anglers: importance-satisfaction analysis and qualitative responses of Georgia trout anglers. American Fisheries Society Meeting, Columbus, OH. [IP-117693] August 2020
Tank, S., T. R. Tucker, C. Dumoulin, P. Canniff, N. Willig, E. Jensen, C. T. Moore, C. Bargeron, and K. P. Kowalski. 2021. The Phragmites Adaptive Management Framework: Utilizing communication and strategic design to promote high quality data collection in a participatory science program. Presentation at the Annual Conference of the North American Invasive Species Management Association, 27-30 September 2021, Missoula, MT. September 2021
Tank, S., P. Canniff, C. Dumoulin, C. Moore, E. Jensen, and K. P. Kowalski. 2021. Implementing the Phragmites Adaptive Management Framework during a global pandemic. The Stewardship Network Conference, 27-29 January 2021, East Lansing, MI. January 2021
Tank, S., E. Jensen, P. Canniff, C. Dumoulin, C. T. Moore, and K. P. Kowalski. 2020. The Phragmites Adaptive Management Framework: Managing Phragmites with science on your side. Upper Midwest Invasive Species Conference, 2-6 November 2020 (Virtual). November 2020
Tank, S., D. D. Engel, E. Jensen, C. Dumoulin, C. T. Moore, E. Ferrier, and K. P. Kowalski. 2019. Utilizing an adaptive management approach for invasive species management: Implementing the Phragmites Adaptive Management Framework. Innovations in Invasive Species Management Conference, 10-12 December 2019, Coeur d'Alene, ID. December 2019
Tank, S., C. T. Moore, C. Dumoulin, D. D. Engel, E. Ferrier, E. Jensen, and K. P. Kowalski. 2020. Incorporating participatory science into an adaptive management approach to invasive species management. The Stewardship Network Conference, 17-18 January 2020, East Lansing, MI. January 2020
Sykes,S. Holzman, C.Perry, J.Sykes, J.Peterson, and P.Howard.2005. A preliminary report on the use of large woodpecker foraging sign as a possible method to suggest presence of Ivory-billed Woodpeckers (Campephilus principalis): a forensic approach. The Ecology of Large Woodpeckers History, Status, and Conservation, Brinkley, Arkansas. April 2005
Staudinger, M. D., E. Grant, B. Irwin, R. Kraus, D. Krueger, and J. Stewart. 2014. Climate impacts on fish and fish habitats: Case studies from the Northeast Climate Science Center. Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, August 2014
Skvarla JL, Conroy MJ Density estimation: model for combining DNA sampling, camera traps, and telemetry data with the Middle Georgia black bear population 16th International Conference on Bear Research and ManagementSeptember 27 - October 1, 2005, Riva del Garda, Italy September 2005
Shepard, D. C., C. A. Jennings., and R. Cull. 2003. Habitat use and movement patterns of hatchery-reared juvenile robust redhorse released in the Ocmulgee River, GA. Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society. August 10-14. Quebec City, Montreal. Canada. August 2003
Shepard, D. C. and C. A. Jennings. 2003. Habitat use and movement patterns of hatchery-reared juvenile robust redhorse released in the Ocmulgee River, GA. Spring Meeting - South Division of the American Fisheries Society. February 13-16. Wilmington, North Carolina. February 2003
Shepard, D. C. and C. A. Jennings. 2003. Habitat use and movement patterns of hatchery-reared juvenile robust redhorse released in the Ocmulgee River, GA. Annual Meeting of the Georgia Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. January 21-23. Rome, Georgia. January 2003
Shea,C.P. and J.T. Peterson. 2006. The efficacy of quadrant sampling for estimating fish community parameters of a large river. Annual Meeting of the Georgia Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, Gainesville, Georgia. February 2006
Shea, C.P., J.T. Peterson, and J.M. Wisniewski. 2011. Estimation of mussel population response to hydrologic alteration in the Apalachicola, Chattahoochee, and Flint River Basin. Annual meeting of the Southern Division of the American Fisheries Society, January 13-16, Tampa, FL (INVITED) January 2011
Shea, C.P. and J.T. Peterson. 2008. Influence of Physiography, Landscape, and Drought on Metapopulation Dynamics of Freshwater Mussels in the Lower Flint River Basin, Georgia. Southeastern Environmental Flows Conference, Athens, GA. October 2008
Shea, C.P. and J.T. Peterson 2010. Misidentification of Freshwater Mussels: Contributing Factors, Management Implications, and Potential Solutions. Spring Meeting of the Southern Division of the American Fisheries Society. Feb. 25-28. Asheville, NC. February 2010
Shea, C.P. and J.T. Peterson 2010. Misidentification of Freshwater Mussels: Contributing Factors, Management Implications, and Potential Solutions. Annual Meeting of the Georgia Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, Perry, GA. January 2010
Shea, C.P. and J.T. Peterson 2008. Development and Evaluation of Tools for Assessing the Flow Requirements of Fishes in Streams throughout the Lower Flint Basin, GA. Annual Meeting of the Southern Division of the American Fisheries Society, Wheeling WV. March 2008
Shea, C.P. and J.T. Peterson 2008. Development and Evaluation of Tools for Assessing the Flow Requirements of Fishes in Streams throughout the Lower Flint Basin, GA. Annual Meeting of the Georgia Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. Eatonton, GA. January 2008
Shea, C. and J. Peterson. 2005. Fish habitat use and community structure in regulated and unregulated reaches of a large, southeastern warmwater stream. Spring Meeting of the Southern Division of the American Fisheries Society, Virginia Beach, VA. February 2005
Shea, C. and J. Peterson. 2005. Fish habitat use and community structure in regulated and unregulated reaches of a large, southeastern warmwater stream. Annual Meeting of the Georgia Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, Bainbridge, GA. January 2005
Senar, J.C., M.J. Conroy and A. Borras. 2000. Microgeographical adaptation in a highly dispersing species: a metapopulation analysis of the Citril Finch.. EURING 2000. 2-7 October, Pt. Reyes, CA. October 2000
Sanderlin, JS. and MJ Conroy. Optimal allocation of resources in a hierarchical sampling design for estimating black bear density : a case study in Middle Georgia, USA. International Assoc for Bear Research and Management, Monterrey, Mexico November 2007
Sanderlin, JS, and MJ Conroy. Model for combining genetic sampling, camera traps, and telemtry data: estimating black bear density in Middle Georgia. International statistical ecology conference, St. Andrews, Scotland July 2008
Sanderlin, JS and MJ Conroy. 2007. Optimal genetic misidentification error estimation for mark-recapture abundance models. TWS Tucson 22-27 Sept 2007 January 2007
Sanderlin, J. S., M. J. Conroy, et al. (N. Lazar, J. Carroll, J. Nairn, and L. Seymour). Sept. 2009. State-space model incorporating multiple data structures for estimating black bear abundance in central Georgia, USA. EURING conference, Pescara, Italy. September 2009
SITOMPUL, ARNOLD F; Hedges, Simon; Tyson, Martin J; Carroll, John P; Peterson, James T. Modeling the impact of poaching to Sumatran elephant (Scientific name) population in Way Kambas National Park, Sumatra.Society for Conservation Biology annual meeting in Brazil on 15-19 of July 2005. July 2005
Ruiz, J.C. and J.T. Peterson. 2005. An evaluation of the relative influence of spatial, statistical, and biological factors on the accuracy of stream fish species presence models. Spring Meeting of the Southern Division of the American Fisheries Society, Virginia Beach, VA. February 2005
Ruiz, J.C. and J.T. Peterson. 2005. An evaluation of the relative influence of spatial, statistical, and biological factors on the accuracy of stream fish species presence models. Annual Meeting of the Georgia Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, Bainbridge, GA. January 2005
Ruiz, J.C. and C.A. Jennings. 2009. Multi-pass electrofishing as an alternative to cove rotenone. Georgia Chapter of the American Fisheries Society meeting. Perry. Jan 27-29. January 2009
Ruiz, J. and J. Peterson. 2004. The Influence of Local and Landscape Features on Fish Distribution in the Flint River Basin Annual Meeting of the Georgia Chapter American Fisheries Society, Athens. January 2004
Ruiz, J. and J. Peterson. 2002. Accounting for the effects of preservation on fish lengths and weights. The Annual Meeting of the Georgia Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. Augusta, GA. January 2002
Ruiz, J. and C. A. Jennings. 2010. Is Multi-pass Electrofishing as an Alternative to Cove Rotenone? Spring Meeting of the American Fisheries Society. Feb. 25-27. Asheville, NC. February 2010
Ruiz, J, D. Dennerline, D. Degan, W. Jabour, C. A. Jennings. 2008. Are blueback herring distributed within desired habitat during summer stratification? Annual Meeting of the GA Chapter - American Fisheries Society. Jan. 29-31. Eatonton, GA. January 2008
Roop, HJ, NC Poudyal, and CA Jennings. 2015. Assessing fishing pressure and angler harvest from Marben Public Fishing Area in middle Georgia. Southern Division, American Fisheries Society. Savannah, GA Jan 28-Feb. 1, 2015. January 2015
Roop, HJ, NC Poudyal, and CA Jennings. 2014. Assessing fishing pressure and angler harvest from Marben Public Fishing Area in middle Georgia. Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies. Destin, FL. Oct. 19-22. October 2014
Roop, HJ, CA Jennings, and NC Poudyal. 2014. Angler Attitudes and Preferences towards Fishery Management at Marben Public Fishing Area, Georgia. Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies. Destin, FL. Oct. 19-21. October 2014
Roop, H.J., C.A. Jennings, and N.C. Poudyal. 2015. Identifying Factors that Influence Anglers' Perceptions of Fishery Quality on State-Owned Fishing Impoundments. Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society. Portland, OR. Aug. 16-20. August 2015
Roop, H.J., C. A. Jennings, and N.C. Poudyal. 2014. Anglers’ Evaluations of Fishery Quality and Management in a Georgia Public Fishing Area. Southeast Recreation Research Conference. Ashville, NC. March 30 - April 1. March 2014
Roop, H. J., N. C. Poudyal, and C. A. Jennings. 2018. Catch and Harvest of Targeted Sportfishes in Marben Public Fishing Area in Middle Georgia. 2018. Annual Conference of the Southeastern Association Fish and Wildlife Agencies. Oct. 21-24. Mobile, AL October 2018
Romanach, S., M. Eaton, F. Johnson, J. Lyons, C. Moore, M. Runge, A. Hijuelos, M. Meyers, and G. Steyer. 2017. Applying adaptive management at a programmatic scale. Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill and Ecosystem Science Conference, 6-9 Feb 2017, New Orleans, LA. February 2017
Robinson, K.F. and C.A. Jennings. 2011. Productivity of functional guilds of fishes in managed wetlands in coastal South Carolina. Semiannual Meeting of the Southeastern Estuarine Research Society, Athens, GA, March 16-18. March 2011
Robinson, K.F. and C.A. Jennings. 2011. Productivity of functional guilds of fishes in managed wetlands in coastal South Carolina. Joint Meeting of Society of Wetland Scientists, WETPOL, and Wetland Biogeochemistry Symposium, Prague, Czech Republic, July 3-8. July 2011
Robinson, K.F. and C.A. Jennings. 2011. Productivity of functional guilds of fishes in managed wetlands in coastal South Carolina. Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, Seattle, WA, September 4-8. September 2011
Robinson, K.F. and C.A. Jennings. 2011. Maximizing recruitment of YOY spot (Leiostomus xanthurus) from a South Carolina estuary: an evaluation of coastal impoundment management alternatives via structured decision-making. Annual Meeting of the Southern Division of the American Fisheries Society, Tampa, FL, January 13-16. January 2011
Robinson, K.F. and C.A. Jennings. 2011. A comparison of resident fish communities in managed and unmanaged wetlands in North Carolina and South Carolina, USA. Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, Seattle, WA, September 4-8. September 2011
Robinson, K.F. and C.A. Jennings. 2010. Production of estuarine-use functional guilds of fishes in managed impoundments in coastal South Carolina. South Carolina Fishery Workers Association and South Carolina Division of American Fisheries Society joint meeting, Charleston, SC, February 9-10. February 2010
Robinson, K.F. and C.A. Jennings. 2010. Production of estuarine-use functional guilds of fishes in managed impoundments in coastal South Carolina. Annual Meeting of the Southern Division of the American Fisheries Society, Asheville, NC, February 25-28. February 2010
Robinson, K.F. and C.A. Jennings. 2010. Production of estuarine-use functional guilds of fishes in managed impoundments in coastal South Carolina. Annual Meeting of the Georgia Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, Perry, GA, January 26-27. January 2010
Robinson, K.F. and C.A. Jennings. 2010. Maximizing recruitment of YOY spot (Leiostomus xanthurus) from a South Carolina estuary: an evaluation of coastal impoundment management alternatives via structured decision-making. Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, Pittsburgh, PA, September 12-16 (poster). September 2010
Robinson, K. F. and C. A. Jennings. 2012. Maximizing YOY spot Leiostomus xanthurus export from a South Carolina estuary: an evaluation of coastal impoundment management alternatives via structured decision-making. Adaptive Management Conference Series. June 12-14, 2012, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY. June 2012
Riecke, D. and C. A. Jennings. 2019. Dealing with the Press – Being Reactive and Proactive Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies. October 27-30. Hilton Head Island, SC. October 2019
Reinert, T.R., T.A. Will, and C.A. Jennings. May 2000. Recovery of an endemic, riverine, striped bass population. International Conference on the Ethology, Ecology, and Evolutionary Ecology of Fishes. Athens, GA May 2000
Reinert, T.R., T.A. Will, and C.A. Jennings. February 2000. Savannah River striped bass and 10 years of recovery effort: Where are we now? Midyear Meeting of the Southern Division of American Fisheries Society. Savannah, Ga. February 2000
Reinert, T.R., T.A. Will, C.A. Jennings, M.J. Van Den Avyle, and T. Meronek. Savannah River Striped Bass: Reflections on 10 years of Recovery Efforts. Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society. St. Louis, MO November 2000
Reinert, T.R., C.A. Jennings, W. Kitchens, and M. Dusek. 2002. Responses of the freshwater marsh and striped bass population to modifications of the Savannah River Estuary, Georgia, USA. Biennial Meeting of the Estuarine Research Foundation. November 2001. St. Petersburg, FL November 2001
Reinert, T.R., C.A. Jennings, W. Kitchens, and M. Dusek. 2002. Responses of the freshwater marsh and striped bass population to modifications of the Savannah River Estuary, Georgia, USA. Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society. August 18-22, 2002, Baltimore MD. August 2002
Reinert, T. and J. Peterson. 2004. Potential Impacts of Harbor Deepening on Striped Bass Recovery in the Savannah River Estuary. Annual Meeting of the Georgia Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, Athens, GA. January 2004
Qureshi, A.L., B. Irwin, and M.L. Gore. 2014. Challenges and opportunities for communicating climate change information across a “consensus gap”. 30th Conference on Environmental Information Processing Technologies, American Meteorological Society, Atlanta, GA February 2014
Quigley, H., P. Beier, M. Conroy, and M. Vaughan. An Analysis of theLiterature Related to Florida Panther: the Role of Flawed Science.Annual meeting of the American Society ofMammalogists, Arcata, CA. 11-17 June 2004. June 2004
Pruitt, W.A., J.T. Peterson, C.A. Jennings. Use of Hierarchical Models to Estimate Seasonal Habitat Use of Stocked Robust Redhorse in the Upper Reaches of the Ocmulgee River, GA. Georgia Chapter, American Fisheries Society annual meeting. Macon, Georgia. February 7-9, 2012. February 2012
Pruitt, W.A., C.A. Jennings, J.T. Peterson. 2011. Use of hierarchical occupancy models to estimate seasonal distribution and abundance of stocked robust redhorse Moxostoma robustum in the upper reaches of the Ocmulgee River, GA. Georgia Chapter of American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, February 2-3, 2011. Perry, GA. February 2011
Pruitt, W.A., J.T. Peterson, and C.A. Jennings. 2013. Use of occupancy models to determine seasonal distribution and habitat use of stocked robust redhorse in the Ocmulgee River, Georgia. Spring Meeting of the Southern Division - American Fisheries Society. February 7-10, 2013. Nashville, TN February 2013
Price, A.L., and J.T. Peterson. 2009. Crouching sampler, hidden fish: the evaluation of fish movement during sampling in wadeable warmwater streams. Annual Meeting of the Illinois Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, Moline, IL February 2009
Price, A.L. and J.T. Peterson. 2008. Evaluation of Quadrant Sampling as an Alternative Method for Estimating the Biotic Integrity of Fishes in Wadeable, Warmwater Streams. Annual Meeting of the Southern Division of the American Fisheries Society, Wheeling WV. March 2008
Price, A.L. and J.T. Peterson. 2008. Evaluation of Quadrant Sampling as an Alternative Method for Estimating the Biotic Integrity of Fishes in Wadeable, Warmwater Streams. Annual Meeting of the Georgia Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. Eatonton, GA. January 2008
Price, A.L. and J.T. Peterson. 2007. An evaluation of the influence of trapping methods for detecting stream-dwelling fishes. Joint Meeting of the South Carolina and Georgia Chapters of the American Fisheries Society, Tybee Island, GA. January 2007
Price, A.L. and J.T. Peterson. 2007. An evaluation of the influence of trapping methods for detecting stream-dwelling fishes. Annual Meeting of the Southern Division of the American Fisheries Society, Memphis TN. February 2007
Prebyl, T.J., L. Smith, J. Martin, J. Hepinstall-Cymerman, and C. Moore. 2017. Working gophers: Evaluating conservation efforts for gopher tortoise on private lands. 39th Annual Gopher Tortoise Council Meeting, 13-15 October 2017, Edgefield, SC. October 2017
Prebyl, T. J., L. Smith, J. Martin, J. Hepinstall-Cymerman, and C. T. Moore. 2018. Identifying site characteristics that influence conservation efforts for gopher tortoise on private lands. 40th Annual Gopher Tortoise Council Meeting, 12-14 October 2018, Lake Placid, FL. October 2018
Prebyl, T. J., L. Smith, J. Martin, J. Hepinstall-Cymerman, and C. T. Moore. 2019. Variations among working landscapes affect conservation outcomes for gopher tortoise in the southeastern U.S. Oral presentation at Joint Annual Conference of American Fisheries Society and The Wildlife Society, 29 September - 3 October 2019, Reno, NV. September 2019
Prebyl, T. J., L. Smith, J. Martin, J. Hepinstall-Cymerman, and C. Moore. 2017. Evaluating private lands conservation practices for gopher tortoise and savanna-like ecosystems in the southeastern coastal plain. Poster; The Wildlife Society 24th Annual Conference, 23-27 September 2017, Albuquerque, NM. September 2017
Prebyl, T. J., J. Hepinstall-Cymerman, J. Martin, L. Smith, and C. Moore. 2017. [Poster] Assessing outcomes of conservation practices for gopher tortoise on private lands. 2017 Wildlife Research Meeting, Georgia Department of Natural Resources Wildlife Resources Division, 8 August 2017, Mansfield, GA. August 2017
Prebyl, T. J., B. L. Nuse, and C. T. Moore. 2019. A method for estimating gopher tortoise densities at spatial scales relevant for habitat studies. Oral presentation at 41st Annual Gopher Tortoise Council Meeting, 15-17 November 2019, Gulf Shores, AL. November 2019
Prebyl, T. J. and C. T. Moore. 2020. Working Lands for Wildlife outcomes: Longleaf pine forests / gopher tortoise. Presentation within NRCS webinar "Conservation outcomes of NRCS's Working Lands for Wildlife in eastern forests", NRCS Conservation Outcomes Webinar Series, 27 August 2020. Archived: https://www.nrcs.usda.gov/wps/portal/nrcs/detail/national/technical/nra/ceap/?cid=nrcseprd1576043 August 2020
Powell, L.A., M.J. Conroy, G.D. Balkcom, J.N. Caudell and N. Canier. August 2000. One, two, three, fore! Using a survey of golf courses to monitor Canada Geese in Georgia. Joint Millennial Meeting of the American Ornithologists' Union, British Ornithologists' Union, and Society of Canadian Ornthologists. St. John's, Newfoundland. August 2000
Plummer, W.T. , and M. J. Conroy. 2001. Habitat-Association Models of Three Neotropical Migrants in a Fire-Managed Southern Piedmont Landscape. 119th Annual Meeting, American Ornithologist?s Union, Seattle, WA , 15-18 Aug. 2001. August 2001
Peterson,J.T.2004.Adaptive Management of aquatic resources in the Southeastern United States.Adaptive Management Conference Series, Gainesville, Florida. March 2004
Peterson,J.T.,R.F. Thurow, and J.B. Dunham.2001.Development of a common framework for assessing the distribution and potential threats to bull trout.U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Bull Trout Technical Workshop. Welches, Oregon. March 2001
Peterson,J.T. and S. Hawthorne.2006.Endemic crayfishes of the Tallapoosa River Basin. Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Crayfish and Mussel Workshop, Columbus, Georgia. February 2006
Peterson, R. C., C.A. Jennings, and J. T. Peterson. 2009. River discharge affects on abundance of larval and age-0 redhorses in the Oconee River, Georgia, USA. Southern Division of the American Fisheries Society in New Orleans, LA. Jan. 15-19. January 2009
Peterson, R. C., C.A. Jennings, and J. T. Peterson. 2009. River discharge affects on abundance of larval and age-0 redhorses in the Oconee River, Georgia, USA. Oral presentation. 139th Annual meeting of the American Fisheries Society in Nashville, TN. August 30 - Sept 3. August 2009
Peterson, R. C., C.A. Jennings, and J. T. Peterson. 2009. River discharge affects on abundance of larval and age-0 redhorses in the Oconee River, Georgia, USA. Georgia Chapter of the American Fisheries Society in Perry, GA. Jan. 27 - 29. January 2009
Peterson, J.T.2006.The effect of water use on fishes in the Lower Flint River Basin. Joint meeting of the US Fish and Wildlife Service and Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Social Circle, Georgia. March 2006
Peterson, J.T.2005.The influence of incomplete detectability on stream biotic indices:problems and solutions.Coosa River Basin Summit, Athens, Georgia. February 2005
Peterson, J.T., W.B. Hughes, M.C. Freeman, G.R. Buell, L.E. Hay, K. R. Odom, J.W. Jones, R.B. Jacobson, J.S. Schindler, and S.A. Jones. 2009. Using Predictions from Landscape-Scale Models to Evaluate Fish Responses to Changing Flow Regimes 57th Annual Meeting of the North American Benthological Society, Grand Rapids Michigan. May 2009
Peterson, J.T., R. Thurow, and J. Guzevich. 2002. An evaluation of removal methods for estimating the abundance of stream-dwelling salmonids. The Annual Meeting of the Georgia Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. Augusta, GA. January 2002
Peterson, J.T., M.J. Conroy, and R.F. Thurow. 2004. The elephant in the living room: an evaluation of multi-pass electrofishing for estimating stream-dwelling fish abundance. Annual Meeting of the Southern Division of the American Fisheries Society, Oklahoma City, OK. February 2004
Peterson, J.T., M.C. Freeman, and W.B. Hughes. 2007 The Influence of Ecological Uncertainty on Evaluations of the Effect of Water Use on Stream Fishes. USGS National Surface Water Conference and Hydroacoustics Workshop, St. Louis MO. April 2007
Peterson, J.T., M.C. Freeman, and B. Freeman. 2008. Science support for Upper Coosa Basin. The Conasuaga Summit, March 19-20, Rome ,GA. March 2008
Peterson, J.T., M.C. Freeman, W.B. Hughes, G.R. Buell, L.E. Hay, K. R. Odom, J.W. Jones, R.B. Jacobson, J.S. Schindler, and S.A. Jones. 2010. The Southeast Resource Assessment Project. Meeting of the Southeastern Natural Resource Management Agencies. August 3 - 4, Mansfield, GA. August 2010
Peterson, J.T., M.C. Freeman, W.B. Hughes, G.R. Buell, L.E. Hay, K. R. Odom, J.W. Jones, R.B. Jacobson, J.S. Schindler, and S.A. Jones. 2010. An integrated, multiscale approach to predicting the response of lotic biota to climate change in the Southeast Resource Assessment Project. The third USGS modeling Conference. June 8 - 10, Denver CO. June 2010
Peterson, J.T., M.C. Freeman, W.B. Hughes, G.R. Buell, L.E. Hay, K. R. Odom, J.W. Jones, R.B. Jacobson, J.S. Schindler, and S.A. Jones. 2009. Predicting the response of Flint River biota to water use, land cover, and climate change with spatially explicit metapopulation models. Annual Meeting of the International Association of Landscape Ecology, Athens, GA. April 2010
Peterson, J.T., M.C. Freeman, W.B. Hughes, G.R. Buell, L.E. Hay, K. R. Odom, J.W. Jones, R.B. Jacobson, J.S. Schindler, and S.A. Jones. 2009. An integrated landscape-scale approach for predicting the response of fishes to changing flow regimes in the upper Flint River Basin, Georgia. Annual Meeting of the Georgia Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, Perry, GA. January 2009
Peterson, J.T., M.C. Freeman, W.B. Hughes, G.R. Buell, L.E. Hay, K. R. Odom, J.W. Jones, R.B. Jacobson, J.S. Schindler, and S.A. Jones. 2009. An integrated landscape-scale approach for predicting the response of fishes to changing flow regimes in the upper Flint River Basin, Georgia. 139th Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, Nashville, TN. September 2009
Peterson, J.T., J.P. Runge, and C.R. Martin. 2008. Survival and Dispersal of Hatchery-Raised Rainbow Trout in a River Basin Undergoing Urbanization. Annual Meeting of the Georgia Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. Eatonton, GA. January 2008
Peterson, J.T., E.R. Irwin, B.J. Freeman, M.C. Freeman, L. Kramer. 2003. Aquatic GAP and decision-making in the Tallapoosa River Basin, Alabama and Georgia. Annual Meeting of the Southern Division of the American Fisheries Society. Wilmington, North Carolina. February 2003
Peterson, J.T., E. Irwin, B. Freeman, M. Freeman, and L. Kramer 2002. Accounting for incomplete detectability in models of species presence. National GAP annual meeting. Leetown, WV. August 2002
Peterson, J.T., D.E. Weigel, and P. Spruell. May 2000. A probabilistic model to detect introgression between westslope cutthroat trout and rainbow trout. Invited presentation at the Detection, Status, and Management of Introgressed Populations of Cutthroat Trout Symposium. Boise, ID May 2000
Peterson, J.T., B.E. Rieman, and J. Dunham. February 2001. Hierarchical models for ecological inference at multiple spatial scales. Annual Meeting of the Southern Division of the Anerican Fisheries Society. Jacksonville, FL. February 2001
Peterson, J.T. and P.B. Bayley. August 2000. When a species is not caught, what is the probability of it being present? 130th Annual Meeting of the American Fisheris Society. St. Louis, MO August 2000
Peterson, J.T. and J. Evans. January 2001. Decision analysis for fisheries managers. The Annual Meeting of the Georgia Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. Athens, GA. January 2001
Peterson, J.T. and J. Dunham. 2002. Combining inferences from models of capture efficiency, detectability, and suitable habitat to classify landscapes for conservation of threatened bull trout, Salvelinus confluentus. Annual Meeting of the Southern Division of the Anerican Fisheries Society. Little Rock, AR. February 2002
Peterson, J.T. and C.P. Shea. 2008. An evaluation of the influence of streamflows and species traits on meta-demographic parameters of stream-dwelling fishes. 138th Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, Ottawa, ON. August 2008
Peterson, J.T. and C.P. Paukert. 2009. Converting non-standard fish sampling data to standardized data. 139th Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, Nashville, TN. August 2009
Peterson, J.T. and C.P. Paukert. 2008. Converting non-standard fish sampling data to standardized data. Poster. 138th Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, Ottawa, ON. August 2008
Peterson, J.T. The Elephant in the Living Room: the effect of detectability of the IBI. Annual Meeting of the Georgia Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, Athens, GA. January 2004
Peterson, J.T. May 2001. Sampling problems and solutions for stream-dwelling bull trout. Meeting of the Bull Trout Scientific Advisory Committee of the Cooperative Monitoring, Evaluation, and Research Committee. Seattle, WA. May 2001
Peterson, J.T. April 2000. Salmonids of the Pacific Northwest-the dam truth. Presented to the UGA student sub-unit of the American Fisheries Society. Athens, GA. April 2000
Peterson, J.T. 2010. The effects of dams and impoundments on stream fish communities. The ACF Water Conference. June 2-3, Bainbridge GA. June 2010
Peterson, J.T. 2010. Occupancy estimation for monitoring stream fishes. APO Fish Passage Workshop. March 16-18, Portland OR. March 2010
Peterson, J.T. 2009. Structured decision-making and adaptive management in fisheries. Annual Meeting of the Southern Division of the American Fisheries Society, New Orleans, LA. January 2009
Peterson, J.T. 2008.Development of an adaptive decision support model for evaluating the effects of water use in the lower Flint River Basin, Georgia. Regional-Scale Streamflow-Ecology Relationships: A River Science Workshop, Seattle, WA. April 2008
Peterson, J.T. 2008 The Influence of Ecological Uncertainty on Evaluations of Environmental Flows. Southeastern Environmental Flows Conference, Athens, GA. October 2008
Peterson, J.T. 2007. The Influence of Ecological Uncertainty on Evaluations of the Effect of Water Use on Stream Fishes. Annual Meeting of the Southern Division of the American Fisheries Society, Memphis TN. February 2007
Peterson, J.T. 2007. Adaptive Management of Fish Populations in the Lower Flint River. Georgia Water Resources Conference, Athens GA. March 2007
Peterson, J.T. 2006. An evaluation of streamflow requirements in the Lower Flint Basin.Annual Meeting of the Georgia Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, Gainesville, Georgia. February 2006
Peterson, J.T. 2005. Decision modeling for ecosystem management in the Georgia Coastal Plain affected by irrigation pumping. Invited presentation, USGS Workshop Linking hydrological change and ecological response in streams and rivers of the eastern United States, Herndon, Virginia. February 2005
Peterson, J.T. 2005. Aquatic GAP in the ACF/ACT Basins, Alabama and Georgia. Invited presentation Annual Meeting of the Georgia Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, Bainbridge, GA. January 2005
Peterson, J.T. 2005. Adaptive management of Bull Trout Populations in the Lemhi Basin. Adaptive Management Conference Series, Shepherdstown, WV. January 2005
Peterson, J.T. 2004.The influence of incomplete detectability on stream fish biotic indices: problems and solutions. Invited presentation, Coosa River Basin Summit, Athens GA. December 2004
Peterson, J.T. 2004. Ecological Impacts of diminished flows in The Lower Flint River Basin. Lower ACF Conference...Streams, Springs, and Wetlands. Albany, Georgia. May 2004
Peterson, J.T. 2004. Assessing the risks and likelihood of success a priori. Native Fish Species Reintroductions: Risks and Rewards. Annual meeting of Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Fisheries Section. Cordele, Georgia. September 2004
Peterson, J.T. 2002. Estimating the probability of species occurence with zero counts in at least some sampling units. 9th Annual Conference, The Wildlife Society, Bismarck, ND. 24-28 September 2002. September 2002
Peterson, J. T. Development of quantitative basin planning tools for the Flint River. Flint River Researchers Workshop. Newton, Georgia. 10-11 September 2003 September 2003
Peterson, J. T. Conservation Decision Making: Objectives, Models, Monitoring (II) . State Wildlife Grant Comprehensive Wildlife Conservation Plan Workshop for the Southeast Region. Atlanta, Georgia. 22-23 April 2003 April 2003
Peterson, J. T. Adaptive management and FERC relicensing. Adaptive management below dams: development of a decision support model. Auburn, AL. 29 April - 1 May 2003. April 2003
Perry, J. T., B. J. Irwin, T. F. Bonvechio, and P. M. O'Rouke. 2016. Growth and mortality of Largemouth and Spotted Bass in three Georgia reservoirs. Georgia Chapter Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, Columbus, GA. February 2016
Perry, J. T., B. J. Irwin, T. F. Bonvechio, and P. M. O'Rouke. 2016. Age, growth, and mortality of black bass in three north Georgia reservoirs. 70th Annual Conference of the Southeastern Association of Fish & Wildlife Agencies, Baton Rouge, LA. October 2016
Paukert, C. P., and 8 coauthors. Adapting fisheries management to a changing climate: lessons from North America. 7th World Fisheries Congress, Busan, South Korea. May 2016
Parr, R., S. Woodward, C.Jennings, and R. Bringolf. 2011. Reproductivestatus and population demographics of the tripletail, Lobotes surinamensis,aggregation near Jekyll Island, Georgia. Conference of the SoutheasternEstuarine Research Society. March 17, 2011. Athens, GA March 2011
Parr, R., S. Woodward, C.Jennings, and R. Bringolf. 2011. Reproductivestatus and population demographics of the tripletail, Lobotes surinamensis,aggregation near Jekyll Island, Georgia. Conference of the GeorgiaChapter of the American Fisheries Society. February 2, 2011. Perry, GA. February 2011
Parr, R., S. Woodward, C. Jennings, and R. Bringolf. 2011. Evaluation of non-lethal sampling methods for age and reproductive status determination of tripletail Lobotes surinamensis. American Fisheries Society. September 5, 2011. Seattle, WA. September 2011
Parr, R. T., R. Bringolf, C. A. Jennings, and A. Woodward. 2010. Reproductive status and population demographics of the tripletail, Lobotes surinamensis, aggregation near Jekyll Island, Georgia. GA American Fisheries Society Meeting, Perry, GA. January 26-27. January 2010
Pacifici, K, MJ Conroy, RJ Cooper. Occupancy estimation within an adaptive sampling design: evaluation of an integrated estimator for rare or elusive species. International statistical ecology conference, St. Andrews, Scotland July 2008
Pacifici, K, MJ Conroy, R.J. Cooper, and J.T. Peterson. 2009. Occupancy Estimation within an Adaptive Sampling Design: A Calibrated Bayesian Approach to Evaluating an Integrated Estimator for Rare or Elusive Species. Euring Analytical Conference. Pescara, Italy. September 14-20. September 2009
Pacifici, K*, M.J. Conroy, R.J. Cooper, and J.T. Peterson. 2008. Occupancy estimation within an adaptive sampling design: Evaluation of an integrated estimator for rare or elusive species. The Wildlife Society Annual Conference. Miami, Florida. November 8-12. November 2008
Nuse, B. L., and C. T. Moore. 2014. (Poster) A Bayesian population model to inform gopher tortoise conservation planning in Georgia. 36th Annual Gopher Tortoise Council Meeting, 17-19 October 2014, Albany, GA. October 2014
Nuse, B. L., N. Jafari, R. L. Bormann, A. D. Wright, C. T. Moore, J. Hepinstall-Cymerman, and M. Elliott. 2016. Accommodating space and demographic uncertainty, in pursuit of gopher tortoise conservation in Georgia. Invited seminar. Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources, University of Georgia. 27 October 2016 October 2016
Nuse, B. L., N. Jafari, C. T. Moore, J. Hepinstall-Cymerman, and M. Elliott. 2017. Informing reserve design with demography, for gopher tortoise conservation planning in Georgia. 2017 Wildlife Research Meeting, Georgia Department of Natural Resources Wildlife Resources Division, 8 August 2017, Mansfield, GA. August 2017
Nuse, B. L., M. Elliott, and C. T. Moore. 2017. Estimating bird species' responses to sandhill habitat restoration in the southeastern US: single-visit survey, an unbalanced design, and varying methodologies. The Wildlife Society 24th Annual Conference, 23-27 September 2017, Albuquerque, NM. September 2017
Nuse, B. L., L. L. Smith, and C. T. Moore. 2018. An introduction to the Gopher Tortoise Demography Working Group. 40th Annual Gopher Tortoise Council Meeting, 12-14 October 2018, Lake Placid, FL. October 2018
Nuse, B. L., J. Hepinstall-Cymerman, C. T. Moore, and M. Elliott. 2015. Linking gopher tortoise processes and landscape resistance to assess functional connectivity of gopher tortoise populations in Georgia. Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies, 1-4 Nov 2015, Asheville, NC. November 2015
Nuse, B. L., J. Hepinstall-Cymerman, C. T. Moore, and M. Elliott. 2015. Assessing functional connectivity in the face of uncertainty about population processes: a Bayesian modeling approach applied to conservation of the gopher tortoise in Georgia, USA. International Association of Landscape Ecology World Congress, 5-10 July 2015, Portland, OR. July 2015
Nuse, B. L., C. T. Moore, and J. Hepinstall-Cymerman. 2016. Predicting spatial structure in gopher tortoise (Gopherus polyphemus) populations in Georgia, USA. US-IALE 2016 Annual Meeting, 3-7 April 2016, Asheville, NC. April 2016
Nuse, B. L., C. T. Moore, N. Jafari, J. Hepinstall-Cymerman, and M. Elliott. 2016. Informing reserve design with demography for gopher tortoise conservation planning in Georgia, USA. The Wildlife Society 23rd Annual Conference, 15-19 October 2016, Raleigh, NC. October 2016
Nuse, B. L., C. T. Moore, N. Jafari, J. Hepinstall-Cymerman, and M. Elliott. 2017. Optimal reserves for spatially structured gopher tortoise populations, under forecast landscape conditions in Georgia, USA. US-IALE 2017 Annual Meeting, 9-13 April 2017, Baltimore, MD. April 2017
Nuse, B. L., C. T. Moore, J. Hepinstall-Cymerman, and M. Elliott. 2015. (Poster) Comparing hypotheses about missed burrows in gopher tortoise line transect surveys: Bayesian distance analysis with data augmentation. 2015 Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting, 9-14 August 2015, Baltimore, MD. August 2015
Mosley, D. L. and C. A. Jennings. 2006. Habitat selection of juvenile robust redhorse in an experimental mesocosm: implications for developing sampling protocols. Spring Meeting - Southern Division of the American Fisheries Society. Feb. 9-12, 2006. San Antonio, TX. February 2006
Mosley, D. L. and C. A. Jennings. 2006. Habitat selection of juvenile robust redhorse in an experimental mesocosm: implications for developing sampling protocols. Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society. Sept 10-14. Lake Placid, NY September 2006
Mosley, D. L. and C. A. Jennings. 2006. Habitat selection of juvenile robust redhorse in an experimental mesocosm. Annual Meeting of the GA Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. Jan 24-26, 2006. Gainesville, GA January 2006
Mosley, D. L. and C. A. Jennings. 2004. Habitat selection of juvenile robust redhorse housed in an experimental mesocosm. Annual Meeting of the Georgia Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. January 27-29. Athens, GA January 2004
Moore, C.T., and M. J. Conroy. 2004. A decision model for perpetuating maximal old-growth forest conditions under stochastic and structural uncertainty. Second International Conference on Forest Measurements and Quantitative Methods and Management and the 2004 Southern Mensurationists Meeting. 16-17 June 2004, Hot Springs, AR. June 2004
Moore, C.T., and M. J. Conroy. 2004. A decision model for perpetuating maximal old-growth forest conditions under stochastic and structural uncertainty. Eighteenth North American Forest Biology Workshop. 12-15 July 2004, Houghton, MI. July 2004
Moore, C., and J. Hepinstall-Cymerman. 2013. (Poster) A landscape planning and decision framework for gopher tortoise conservation in Georgia. 35th Annual Gopher Tortoise Council Meeting, 11-13 October 2013, Ponte Vedra Beach, FL. October 2013
Moore, C., B. Nuse, and B. Crawford. 2018. Conservation research on southeastern at-risk herpetofauna. Southeast Climate Science Center Advisory Committee Meeting, 12-15 March 2018, Raleigh, NC. March 2018
Moore, C. T., and M. J. Conroy. 2009. 2008 The Wildlife Society Workshop "The play's the thing: An adaptive management re-enactment." Adaptive Management Conference Series, 11-13 March 2009, Athens, GA. March 2009
Moore, C. T., and M. J. Conroy. 2004. Forest decision making under uncertainty: adaptive management for the conservation of bird populations on a national wildlife refuge. USGS Patuxent Wildlife Research Center Scientists’ Meeting, 10-12 February 2004, Laurel, MD. February 2004
Moore, C. T., and M. J. Conroy. 2002. Adaptive management and conservation decision making under uncertainty for forest bird populations. The Wildlife Society 9th Annual Conference, 24-28 September 2002, Bismarck, ND. September 2002
Moore, C. T., and M. J. Conroy. 2000. Making resource management decisions under uncertainty: an adaptive approach to forest management for multiple wildlife objectives. Fifth Annual EPA STAR Graduate Fellows Conference, 9-12 July 2000, Washington, DC. July 2000
Moore, C. T., and M. J. Conroy. 1998. Decision making under uncertainty: adaptive forest management for wildlife objectives at the Piedmont National Wildlife Refuge. Graduate Student Symposium, University of Georgia Warnell School of Forest Resources, 2 & 9 April 1998, Athens, GA. April 1998
Moore, C. T., and M. J. Conroy. 1998. Decision making under uncertainty: a wildlife refuge management example. National Conference on Environmental Decision-Making, 3-6 May 1998, Knoxville, TN. May 1998
Moore, C. T., and M. J. Conroy. 1998. Adaptive forest management at the Piedmont National Wildlife Refuge: implications for the study and management of avian communities. Georgia Partners In Flight Annual Meeting, 31 March-1 April 1998, Athens, GA. April 1998
Moore, C. T., W. T. Plummer, and M. J. Conroy. 2002. Forest management under uncertainty for multiple bird population objectives. Third International Partners in Flight Conference, 20-24 March 2002, Asilomar State Park, CA. March 2002
Moore, C. T., S. J. Converse, and M. J. Folk. 2013. Survival and recruitment in a released population of whooping cranes in Florida. The Wildlife Society 20th Annual Conference. 5-10 October 2013, Milwaukee, WI. (not presented due to government shutdown) October 2013
Moore, C. T., M. J. Conroy, and K. Boston. 2000. Optimal silvicultural scheduling for wildlife objectives: incorporating spatial population dynamics in a genetic algorithm. Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences Annual Conference, 7-10 May 2000, Salt Lake City, UT. May 2000
Moore, C. T., M. J. Conroy, and K. Boston. 1999. Making optimal forest management decisions for wildlife objectives: does loss of system resolution lead to loss of optimality? USFS/IUFRO sponsored conference "The Application of Scientific Knowledge to Decisionmaking in Managing Forest Ecosystems," 3-7 May 1999, Asheville, NC. May 1999
Moore, C. T., M. J. Conroy, K. Boston, and W. D. Potter. 1999. Estimating optimal waterfowl harvest decisions using the genetic algorithm. Adaptive Harvest Management Working Group Meeting, 13-16 April 1999, Easton, MD. April 1999
Moore, C. T., M. J. Conroy, K. Boston, and W. D. Potter. 1999. A genetic algorithm for seeking optimal waterfowl harvest policies under system uncertainty. The Wildlife Society Sixth Annual Conference, 7-11 September 1999, Austin, TX. September 1999
Moore, C. T., J. J. Gannon, and T. L. Shaffer. 2012. Native Prairie Adaptive Management: Innovations, challenges, and process ownership. Adaptive Management Conference Series, 12-14 June 2012, Ithaca, NY. June 2012
Moore, C. T., J. J. Gannon, T. L. Shaffer, and C. S. Dixon. 2016. Learning-focused decision support for countering introduced grasses in native prairies. The Wildlife Society 23rd Annual Conference, 15-19 October 2016, Raleigh, NC. October 2016
Moore, C. T., J. J. Gannon, T. L. Shaffer, and C. S. Dixon. 2015. Site-specific abiotic factors in the response of native prairies to habitat restoration actions. 2015 Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting, 9-14 August 2015, Baltimore, MD. August 2015
Moore, C. T., J. Carroll, M. Conroy, R. Cooper, R. Hamrick, J. Howell, R. Thackston. 2005. The Georgia BQI adaptive management project. Research meeting on adaptive management of habitats in Georgia and Florida for northern bobwhite (participants from USGS, UGA, UF, Georgia DNR, Florida FWCC, Tall Timbers Research Station), 14 March 2005, Tallahassee, FL. March 2005
Moore, C. T., D. Demarest, R. S. Mordecai, and B. Peterjohn. 2018. Estimated density and abundance from a stratified rangewide survey of the eastern breeding population of Painted Bunting. The Wildlife Society 25th Annual Conference, 7-11 October 2018, Cleveland, OH. October 2018
Moore, C. T., C. S. Dixon, J. J. Gannon, and T. L. Shaffer. 2019. Adaptive management of prairies increases cover by native grasses and forbs. Poster presentation at Joint Annual Conference of American Fisheries Society and The Wildlife Society, 29 September - 3 October 2019, Reno, NV. September 2019
Moore, C. T. 2020. Journal of Wildlife Management special section: Demographic results from long-term mark-recapture studies. Meeting of the Gopher Tortoise Candidate Conservation Agreement Team, 16 December 2020 (Virtual). December 2020
Moore, C. T. 2019. Comments on conservation science (Invited). Panel on Land Conservation and Species Rehabilitation, Annual Red Clay Conference, University of Georgia School of Law, 1 March 2019, Athens, GA.
March 2019
Moore, C. T. 2015. ‘Sustainability’ in the eyes of a decision analyst: three case studies in conservation. 2015 Sustainability Science Symposium at UGA, 23 January 2015, Athens, GA January 2015
Moore, C. T. 2015. (Webinar) Learning-focused decision support for management of Phragmites in the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service National Wildlife Refuge System. Great Lakes Phragmites Collaborative, 28 Apr 2015. April 2015
Moore, C. 2015. Adaptive landscape planning and decision framework for gopher tortoise conservation: Project update. Meeting of the Gopher Tortoise Candidate Conservation Agreement Team, 10 June 2015, Spanish Fort, AL. June 2015
Moore, C. 2014. An adaptive landscape planning and decision framework for gopher tortoise conservation: Overview, progress, and reserve design needs. Meeting to consider research needs in dynamic reserve design, 24 April 2014, Gainesville, FL. April 2014
Moore, C. 2014. Adaptive landscape planning and decision framework for gopher tortoise conservation. Meeting of the Gopher Tortoise Candidate Conservation Agreement Team, 9 July 2014, Savannah, GA. July 2014
Mitchell, G. E. and C. A. Jennings. 2017. Seasonal Food Habits and the Trophic Role of Introduced Blue Catfish in Lake Oconee, Georgia. Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies. Louisville, KY. Oct 29-Nov 1. October 2017
Mitchell, G. E. and C. A. Jennings. 2014. Food habits of Blue Catfish in Lake Oconee, Georgia. Spring Meeting of the Southern Division of the American Fisheries Society. January 22-26. Charleston, SC. January 2014
Michael J. Conroy, Robert J. Cooper, and Kirk W. Stodola. EFFECTIVE USE OF DATA FROM MONITORING PROGRAMS AND FIELD STUDIES FOR CONSERVATION DECISION-MAKING: PREDICTIONS, DESIGNS AND MODELS WORKING TOGETHER
. EURING 2009. Pescara Italy, 14-20 sept 2009
September 2009
Michael J. Conroy, Christopher J. Fonnesbeck, James T. Peterson, Integrated modeling, estimation, and prediction using hierarchical modeling and MCMC.TWS 12th annual conf 25-29 sept 2005 madison wi September 2005
Meador,J. and J. Peterson, and J. Wisniewski.2006.The development of mussel sampling protocols for the Altamaha River: a preliminary analysis.Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Crayfish and Mussel Workshop, Columbus, Georgia. February 2006
Meador, J.R. and J.T.Peterson 2007.An Evaluation of Estimators of Mussel Abundance in a Large Lowland River in the Southeastern United States. Annual Meeting of the North American Benthological Society, Columbia SC. June 2007
Meador, J.R. and J.T. Peterson. 2008. An Evaluation of Habitats as Sampling Strata for Freshwater Mussels in a Large Lowland River in the Southeastern USA. Annual Meeting of the Southern Division of the American Fisheries Society, Wheeling WV. March 2008
Meador, J.R. and J.T. Peterson. 2008. An Evaluation of Habitats as Sampling Strata for Freshwater Mussels in a Large Lowland River in the Southeastern USA. Annual Meeting of the Georgia Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. Eatonton, GA. January 2008
Meador, J. and J.T. Peterson. 2007.An evaluation of estimators of mussel abundance in a large lowland river in the southeastern US. Joint Meeting of the South Carolina and Georgia Chapters of the American Fisheries Society, Tybee Island, GA. January 2007
Meador, J. and J.T. Peterson. 2007. An evaluation of estimators of mussel abundance in a large lowland river in the southeastern US. Annual Meeting of the Southern Division of the American Fisheries Society, Memphis TN. February 2007
Meador, J. and J. Peterson. 2006. The development of mussel sampling protocols for the Altamaha River: a preliminary analysis. Annual Meeting of the Georgia Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, Gainesville, GA. February 2006
McPherson, R.D. and J.T. Peterson 2005. An assessment of fish community structure and seasonal habitat use of headwater wetlands in southwest Georgia. Spring Meeting of the Southern Division of the American Fisheries Society, Virginia Beach, VA. February 2005
McPherson, R.D. and J.T. Peterson 2005. An assessment of fish community structure and seasonal habitat use of headwater wetlands in southwest Georgia. Annual Meeting of the Georgia Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, Bainbridge, GA. January 2005
McPherson, R. and J. Peterson. 2004. The Development of Sampling Protocols for Measuring Habitat Characteristics and Fish Community Attributes of Headwater Wetlands in Southwest Georgia. Annual Meeting of the Georgia Chapter American Fisheries Society, Athens. January 2004
McKee, R., K. Buhlmann, W. Dillman, B. Kesler, N. Stacy, M. Allender, C. Moore, and T. Tuberville. 2019. An island of misfit tortoises: Assessing the survival and health of translocated waif gopher tortoises. Oral presentation at Annual Symposium on the Conservation and Biology of Tortoises and Freshwater Turtles, 4-8 August 2019, Tucson, AZ. August 2019
McKee, R., K. Buhlmann, W. Dillman, B. Kesler, C. T. Moore, and T. Tuberville. 2018. An island of misfit tortoises: Estimating the survival of translocated waif tortoises. 40th Annual Gopher Tortoise Council Meeting, 12-14 October 2018, Lake Placid, FL. October 2018
McKee, R., K. Buhlmann, W. Dillman, B. Kesler, C. T. Moore, and T. D. Tuberville. 2018. Waif tortoise health following translocation. Presentation at 2018 Annual Southeast Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation, 22-25 February 2018, Helen, GA. February 2018
McKee, R., K. Buhlmann, W. Dillman, B. Kesler, C. T. Moore, N. Stacy, and T. Tuberville. 2018. An island of misfit tortoises: health and survival of waif gopher tortoises following translocation. Poster; The Wildlife Society 25th Annual Conference, 7-11 October 2018, Cleveland, OH. October 2018
McKee, R., K. Buhlmann, W. Dillman, B. Kesler, C. Moore, and T. Tuberville. 2017. An island of misfit tortoises: Using waif animals to recover populations on the brink. 39th Annual Gopher Tortoise Council Meeting, 13-15 October 2017, Edgefield, SC. October 2017
McKee, R., K. Buhlmann, J. Dillman, J. Kesler, C. Moore, N. Stacy, and T. Tuberville. 2018. An island of misfit tortoises: health and survival of waif gopher tortoises following translocation. Integrative Conservation Conference, 20-22 September 2018, Athens, GA. September 2018
McKee, R. K., K. Buhlmann, T. Tuberville, W. Dillman, B. Kessler, and C. T. Moore. 2019. Staying alive: Waif tortoise survival and population dynamics following translocation. 2019 Annual Southeast Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Meeting, 14-17 February 2019, Black Mountain, NC. February 2019
McGovern, P., K. Buhlmann, B. Todd, C. T. Moore, J. M. Peaden, J. Hepinstall-Cymerman, and T. Tuberville. 2019. Post-release movement and survival until dormancy of hybrid head-started Mojave desert tortoises (Gopherus agassizii). Annual Desert Tortoise Council Symposium, 21-23 February 2019, Tucson, AZ. February 2019
McGovern, P., K. Buhlmann, B. Todd, C. Moore, J. M. Peaden, and T. Tuberville. 2019. Post-release movement and survival of differentially head-started Mojave desert tortoises (Gopherus agassizii): Preliminary results. Oral presentation at Annual Symposium on the Conservation and Biology of Tortoises and Freshwater Turtles, 4-8 August 2019, Tucson, AZ. August 2019
McGovern, P., K. Buhlmann, B. Todd, C. Moore, J. M. Peaden, and T. Tuberville. 2019. Post-release movement and survival of differentially head-started Mojave desert tortoises (Gopherus agassizii): Preliminary results. Oral presentation at Annual Meeting of the Southwest Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation, 27-29 July 2019, Rodeo, NM. July 2019
McGovern, P., J. Hepinstall-Cymerman, C. Moore, B. Todd, T. Tuberville, and K. Buhlmann. 2018. [Poster] Changing the survival formula through head-starting the Mojave Desert Tortoise (Gopherus agassizii). Presentation at 2018 Annual Southeast Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation, 22-25 February 2018, Helen, GA. February 2018
McCargo,J. and J. Peterson. 2004. The influence of drought fishes in the lower Flint River Basin. Annual Meeting of the Georgia Chapter American Fisheries Society, Athens. April 2004
McCargo, J.W. and J.T. Peterson. 2003. Seasonal trends of fish assemblages in the lower Flint River Basin, Georgia. Annual Meeting of the Southern Division of the American Fisheries Society. Wilmington, North Carolina. February 2003
McCargo, J.W. and J.T. Peterson. 2003. Seasonal trends of fish assemblages in the lower Flint River Basin, Georgia. Annual Meeting of the Georgia Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. Rome. January 2003
McCargo, J. and J. Peterson. 2004. Seasonal trends of fish assemblages in the lower Flint River Basin. Annual Meeting of the Georgia Chapter American Fisheries Society, Athens. January 2004
McCargo, J. and J. Peterson. 2002. Sample size requirements for measuring stream habitats in the Flint River. The Annual Meeting of the Georgia Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. Augusta, GA. January 2002
Lee, M., J. Deroba, S. Gaichas, R. Feeney, D. Boelke, and B. Irwin. 2018. ...and forage in the ecosystem. International Institute of Fisheries Economics & Trade. Seattle, WA. July 2018
Lawson, A.J., P.G.R. Jodice, and C.T. Moore. 2019. Synthesizing monitoring data to estimate abundance and detection probability in American alligators in South Carolina. Southeastern Assoc Fish & Wildlife Agencies. October 2019
Lawson, A.J., C.T. Moore, and P.G.R. Jodice. 2018. Synthesizing multiple data streams to estimate abundance and detection probability in a highly wary, long-lived apex predator: an integrated modeling approach. International Statistical Ecology Conference, 2-6 July 2018, St. Andrews, Scotland. July 2018
Lawson, A.J., C.T. Moore, T.R. Rainwater, F.M. Nilsen, P.M. Wilkinson, R.H. Lowers, L.J. Guillette Jr., K.W. McFadden, and P.G.R. Jodice. 2019. Non-linear mercury bioaccumulation patterns in American alligators are a function of predicted age. The Wildlife Society Annual Conference, Reno, Nevada, USA. October 2019
Lawson, A.J, P.G.R. Jodice, C.T. Moore. 2015. Using Seasonal Abundance Patterns to Improve Monitoring Programs and Conservation Decision-Making: An American Alligator Example. Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies, 1-4 November 2015, Asheville, NC. November 2015
Lawson, A. J., T. G. Crawford, and C. T. Moore. 2019. Development of an American alligator adaptive harvest management framework: what can be learned from waterfowl management? Oral presentation at Joint Annual Conference of American Fisheries Society and The Wildlife Society, 29 September - 3 October 2019, Reno, NV. September 2019
Lawson, A. J., C. T. Moore, P. G. R. Jodice, and K. W. McFadden. 2016. Optimizing American alligator population survey design to improve management decision-making. The Wildlife Society 23rd Annual Conference, 15-19 October 2016, Raleigh, NC. October 2016
Lawson, A. J., C. T. Moore, B. E. Ross, and P. G. R. Jodice. 2018. Synthesizing multiple data streams to estimate abundance and detection probability in a highly wary, long-lived apex predator: an integrated modeling approach. The Wildlife Society 25th Annual Conference, 7-11 October 2018, Cleveland, OH. October 2018
Kwak,T.J. and J.T. Peterson.2000.Modeling the effects of watershed land use and climate change on a large-river smallmouth bass population.Annual Meeting of the North Carolina Chapter of the American Fisheries Society.New Hill, North Carolina. March 2000
Kramer, D. W., T. Prebyl, J. Stickles, B. J. Irwin, N. P. Nibbelink, R. J. Warren, and K. V. Miller. 2015. Using GPS telemetry data to determine the roadways most susceptible to deer-vehicle collisions. Warnell Graduate Student Symposium, University of Georgia, Athens, GA. February 2015
Kramer, D. W., T. Prebyl, J. H. Stickles, B. J. Irwin, N. P. Nibbelink, R. J. Warren, and K. V. Miller. 2015. Using GPS telemetry data to determine roadways most susceptible to deer-vehicle collisions. Annual conference of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies. Asheville, NC. November 2015
Kirsch, J.E. and J.T. Peterson. 2011. An assessment of the effects of scale on the perceived importance of environmental influences on fish distribution in southern Appalachian streams. Annual Meeting of the Georgia Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. February 2-3, Perry GA. February 2011
Kirsch, J.E. and J. T. Peterson. 2010. A multi-scaled approach to evaluating the fish community structure in southern Appalachian stream fishes. Spring Meeting of the Southern Division of the American Fisheries Society. Feb. 25-28. Asheville, NC. February 2010
Kirsch, J.E. and J. T. Peterson. 2010. A multi-scaled approach to evaluating the fish community structure in southern Appalachian stream fishes. Annual Meeting of the Georgia Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, Perry, GA. January 2010
King, E. G., C. T. Moore, D. L. Dunn, N. P. Nibbelink, and H. R. Morris. 2019. Positioning scientists as relevant and respectful partners in forest restoration. Oral presentation at World Congress on Ecological Restoration, 24-28 September 2019, Cape Town, South Africa. September 2019
Kellock, K.A., C.A. Jennings, P. Ely, B. Trushel, and R.B. Bringolf. 2012. Intersex fish influenced by factors other than municipal wastewater effluent. Presented annual meeting of the Georgia Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. Macon, GA. Feb. 7-9. February 2012
Keiter, D. A., F. L. Cunningham, O. E. Rhodes, Jr., B. J. Irwin, and J. C. Beasley. Evaluating scat detection rates and methods of detection for quantifying wild pig (Sus scrofa) abundance. 95th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Mammologists, Jacksonville, FL. June 2015
K. Kellock, C. Jennings, P. Ely, B. Trushel, and R.B. Bringolf. 2012.Intersex fish: Not just in wastewater anymore. Presented at the Southeast Regional Chapter of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. Pensacoala, FL. Mar. 16-17. March 2012
Juan Carlos Senar, Michael J. Conroy. Multi-state analysis of the impacts of avian pox on a population of Serins (Serinus serinus): the importance of estimating recapture rates. EURING2003 Radolfzell, Germany October 2003
Jennings, C.A. and R. S. Weyers. 2006. Spatial and temporal distribution of tidal creek and marsh-edge fishes in the Savannah River Estuary.International Symposium on Coastal Zone Management and Fisheries. Campeche, Mexico. June 25-30. June 2006
Jennings, C. A., G. E. Mitchell, and C. Nelson. 2018. Seasonal Food Habits of Introduced Blue Catfish in Lake Oconee, Georgia. Spring Meeting, Southern Division - American Fisheries Society. San Juan Puerto Rico. March 7-11, 2018. March 2018
Jennings, C. A., G. E. Mitchell, and C. Nelson. 2018. Seasonal Food Habits of Introduced Blue Catfish in Lake Oconee, Georgia. Annual Meeting of the GA Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. January 2018
Jennings, C. A., B. Hess, and J. Hilterman. 2001. Movement Patterns of Juvenile Robust Redhorse (Moxostoma robustum) in the Oconee River, Georgia. Annual Meeting of the GA Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. Jan 30 - Feb. 1. Athens, GA. February 2001
Jennings, C. A., B. Hess, J. Hilterman, and G. Looney. 2001. Population dynamics of robust redhorse (Moxostoma robustum) in the Oconee River, Georgia. Annual Meeting of the GA Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. Jan 30 - Feb. 1. Athens, GA. February 2001
Jennings, C. A. and J. C. Ruiz. 2010. Is depletion multi-pass electrofishing an effective alternative to rotenone forsampling reservoir fish population? International Conference on Fish Sampling with Active Methods. Sept. 8 - 12. Ceske Budejovice, Czech Republic. September 2010
Jennings, C. A. 2019. Help wanted: HR Guidance for Replacing Yourself and Others. Annual Meeting of the Southern Division, American Fisheries Society, Galveston, Texas, 24-27 January 2019. January 2019
Jennings, C. A. 2005. Fished to the brink! Shifts in life history traits in response to fishing pressure and marine protected areas. Oral Presentation at the annual meeting of the GA chapter of the American Fisheries Society. Fort Gaines, GA. Jan. 25-27, 2005 January 2005
Jennings, C. A. 2005. Ecologically Significant Units: is the term still relavant? Annual Meeting of the GA Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. Fort Gaines, GA. Jan. 25-27, 2005. January 2005
Jennings, C. A. 2004. Role of multi-agency, multi-stakeholder partenerships in recovering imperiled species. Upper Klamath Basin Science Workshop. February 3-6. Klamath Falls, OR February 2004
Jennings, C. A. 2004. Ecological & evolutionary considerations for species reintroduction:who, where, when, and how many? Presented at Workshop on Native Species Reintroductions: Risks and Rewards. Conducted for GA Department of Natural Resources (Fisheries Management Section). Presented at the Resort at Lake Blackshear (near Cordele) GA. September 27, 2004. September 2004
Jennings, C. A. 2002. Evolutionary Significant Units - Is the designation still relevant? Special Symposium entiled Robust Redhorse: Status and Issues after 10 years of recovery efforts held in conjunction with the 58th Annual Conference of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies. Ocotober 30- Nov. 2, 2004. Hilton Head Island, SC. November 2004
Jennings, C. A. 2007. Restoration status of robust redhorse and the role of multi-stakeholder partnerships for recovering imperlied species. Annual Meeting of the Southern Fishes Council. Chattanooga, TN. Nov. 8-9. November 2007
Jarvis MG, Jennings CA, Bickel TO, Closs GP 2015. Size-determined, pool-based dominance hierarchies limit the effective population size of a stream-dwelling fish, banded kokopu (Galaxias fasciatus). Paper presented at the joint conference of the New Zealand Freshwater Sciences Society and Australian Society for Limnology, November 23-26 2015, Wellington, New Zealand November 2015
Jansch, C., and B. Irwin. 2014. Time series analysis for indicator species in the Cumberland river system. Southern Division of the American Fisheries Society, Charleston, SC. January 2014
Jansch, C., B. Irwin, M. Conroy, and M. Segura. 2015. Informing herpetological monitoring design in southern Louisiana. Warnell Graduate Student Symposium, University of Georgia, Athens, GA. February 2015
Jansch, C. R., and B. J. Irwin. 2014. Identifying streams to focus threatened species management efforts: a negative binomial mixed modeling approach. Warnell Graduate Student Symposium, University of Georgia, Athens, GA February 2014
Jansch, C. R., and B. J. Irwin. 2014. Aiding rare species management efforts through the use of mixed models. Annual meeting of the American Fisheries Society, Québec City, Québec, Canada. August 2014
Jansch, C. R., and B. J. Irwin. 2014. A mixed modeling approach to quantify blackside dace abundance in the Cumberland River system. Georgia Chapter Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, Athens, GA. February 2014
Jamie L. Skvarla, Michael J. Conroy, Model for combining genetic sampling, camera traps, and telemetry data: Demographic assessment of the central Georgia black bear population. TWS 12th annual conf 25-29 sept 2005 madison wi September 2005
Jameson, E., S. Tank, C. Dumoulin, D. D. Engel, E. Ferrier, E. Jensen, C. T. Moore, and K. P. Kowalski. 2019. Implementing an adaptive management strategy for Phragmites management in the Great Lakes basin. North American Invasive Species Management Association Conference, 30 September-3 October 2019, Saratoga Springs, NY. October 2019
Jafari, N., and C. T. Moore. 2015. Achieving the spatial connectivity of parcels in the dynamic reserve network design problem. International Symposium on Mathematical Programming, 12-17 July 2015, Pittsburgh, PA. July 2015
Jafari, N., and C. T. Moore. 2014. Designing a dynamic reserve problem under stochastic uncertainties. INFORMS Annual Meeting, 9-12 November 2014, San Francisco, CA. November 2014
Jafari, N., and C. Moore. 2015. Land development uncertainties in the dynamic reserve network design problem. INFORMS Annual Meeting, 1-4 Nov 2015, Philadelphia, PA. November 2015
Jafari, N., C. T. Moore, and J. Hepinstall-Cymerman. 2015. Solution alternatives to achieve parcel connectivity in the dynamic reserve design problem. Twenty-Ninth Conference of the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI-15), Workshop on Computational Sustainability. 25 January 2015, Austin TX. January 2015
Jacobi, S. K., C. R. Adams, K. Carlyle, S. Galatowitsch, P. Heglund, V. Hunt, M. Knutson, E. Lonsdorf, S. Lor, and C. Moore. 2016. The importance of communication in decision support tool development: methodological lessons learned from Reed Canary Grass Adaptive Management. North American Congress for Conservation Biology, 17-20 July 2016, Madison, WI. July 2016
JP Runge, MJ Conroy, CJ Fonnesbeck. State-space population viability modeling for Alabama beach mice. International statistical ecology conference, St. Andrews, Scotland July 2008
Irwin. B., 2016. Management Strategy Evaluation. New England Fishery Management Council workshop on Atlantic Herring acceptable biological catch control rule management strategy evaluation, Portland, ME. May 2016
Irwin. B., 2016. MSE Introduction. New England Fishery Management Council's 2nd workshop on Atlantic Herring acceptable biological catch control rule management strategy evaluation, Portsmouth, NH. December 2016
Irwin. B., 2016. Introduction to Control Rule Objectives. New England Fishery Management Council workshop on Atlantic Herring acceptable biological catch control rule management strategy evaluation, Portland, ME. May 2016
Irwin. B., 2016. Analyzing data from gillnet monitoring programs: the Oneida Lake example. Cornell University Biological Field Station, Bridgeport, NY. [Invited poster (no abstract)] June 2016
Irwin,E.R.,M.C. Freeman, and J. Peterson.2002.Using adaptive management to quantify biological, environmental and social uncertainty affecting the management of tailwater ecosystems. Sport Fisheries in Tailwaters Symposium.132nd Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society.Baltimore, Maryland. June 2002
Irwin,E.R.,J.Peterson,M.C. Freeman,B.J. Freeman and L. Kramer.2002. Aquatic GAP in the Tallapoosa River Basin, Alabama and Georgia.National GAP Annual Meeting;U.S. Geological Survey.Shepardstown, West Virginia. April 2002
Irwin, B., T. Vidal, B. Crawford, T. Gancos Crawford, and C. Moore. 2016. Quantitative Consideration of Uncertainty and Variability in Decision Analysis for Conservation and Management of Ecological Systems. Annual meeting of the Ecological Society of America, 7-12 August, 2016, Fort Lauderdale, FL. August 2016
Irwin, B. J., and T. Wagner. 2013. Using mixed models to quantify variability in fish populations. GA Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, Jekyll Island, GA January 2013
Irwin, B. J., and T. Wagner. 2013. Shifting variance structure as a potential indicator of fish-population responses to large-scale perturbation. Southern Division of the American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting. February 2013
Irwin, B. J., T. Vidal, T. Wagner, J. R. Bence, J. R. Jackson, L. G. Rudstam, and W. W. Fetzer. 2014. Shifting variance structure as an indicator of large-scale ecological change. Annual meeting of the Ecological Society of America, Sacramento, CA. August 2014
Irwin, B. J. 2021 (submitted). Science to support decision making – a few thoughts on some uncertainties encountered along the way. Annual meeting of the American Fisheries Society, Baltimore, MD. POSTPONED due to ongoing COVID precautions. November 2021
Irwin, B. J. 2020. Overview of partnerships & projects. Meeting between the Southeast Region U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service and the Cooperative Fish & Wildlife Research Units, Atlanta, GA. February 2020
Irwin, B. J. 2017. Viewing fisheries from a decision-analytic perspective. Northeast Climate Science Center Regional Science Meeting, Amherst, MA. [Invited (no abstract)] May 2017
Irwin, B. J. 2017. Spatial and temporal variability in fish populations. Northeast Climate Science Center Regional Science Meeting, Amherst, MA. [Invited (no abstract)] May 2017
Irwin, B. J. 2016. Management Strategy Evaluation. GA AFS student sub-unit meeting, Athens, GA. November 2016
Irwin, B. J. 2015. SER shared statistical support. National Park Service, Southeast Region, Inventory & Monitoring "All-Hands" Training Workshop. Asheville, NC. September 2015
Irwin, B. J. 2013. Structured decision making as a framework to support fisheries co-management. Western Divsion Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, Boise, ID. - not allowed to attend due to 2013 US Government sequestration. April 2013
Irwin, B. J. (invited, CANCELED). 2020. Quantitative models to support fish management. Virginia Tech Chapter American Fisheries Society Meeting [April 2020; unable to deliver due to 2020 Coronavirus pandemic] April 2020
Irwin, B. J. (NOT SUBMITTED due to COVID-19 pandemic) 2020. Science to support decision making – a few thoughts on some uncertainties encountered along the way. Annual meeting of the American Fisheries Society, Columbus, OH. [IP-117697] August 2020
Irwin, B. 2021. Structured Decision Making: a Fishery Example. GA AFS student sub-unit meeting (Virtual), Athens, GA. March 2021
Irwin, B. , C. Moore, M. Gore., and A. Qureshi. 2014. Communicating and using uncertain scientific information in the production of 'actionable science'. Grand Opening of the Southeast Climate Science Center, 22 January 2014, Raleigh, NC [poster]. January 2014
Hunter, E. A., N. Nibbelink, R. J. Cooper, and C. T. Moore. 2014. Using current salt marsh bird distributions to project vulnerability to sea level rise. 2014 Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting, 10-15 August 2014, Sacramento, CA. August 2014
Hunt, V., E. Lonsdorf, S. Jacobi, and C. Moore. 2013. (Poster) Development of a web-based decision support tool for adaptive management of natural resources. 2013 INFORMS Annual Meeting, 6-9 October 2013, Minneapolis, MN. October 2013
Hsiung, A., and B. Irwin. 2021 (accepted). Evaluating management strategies for an imperiled fish species in the Southeast. Annual meeting of the American Fisheries Society, Baltimore, MD. November 2021
Hsiung, A., and B. Irwin. 2018. Developing an adaptive management framework for the robust redhorse (Moxostoma robustum) in the southeastern U.S. Warnell Graduate Student Symposium, Athens, GA. January 2018
Hsiung, A., and B. Irwin. 2018. Developing an adaptive management framework for Robust Redhorse (Moxostoma robustum) in the southeastern U.S. 148th Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, Atlantic City, NJ. August 2018
Hsiung, A., and B. Irwin. 2017. Robust redhorse adaptive management. Robust Redhorse Conservation Committee Meeting, McCormick, SC. September 2017
Hsiung, A., B. Albanese, R. Chandler, C. Moore, and B. Irwin. 2019. Estimating parameters of the Sicklefin Redhorse (Moxostoma sp.) population in Georgia. Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, Reno, NV. October 2019
Hsiung, A., B. Albanese, R. Chandler, C. Moore, and B. Irwin. 2019. Estimation of population parameters of Sicklefin Redhorse (Moxostoma sp.) in Brasstown Creek, Georgia. Annual Meeting of the Georgia Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, Cordele, GA. February 2019
Howell, J., M. Conroy and J. Peterson. Hierarchical Models of Statewide Avian Distributions for the State of Georgia. Cooper Ornithological Society's 74th Annual Meeting. Lacrosse, WI 2004. 5 - 9 May, 2004 . May 2004
Howell, J. E., M. J. Conroy, and J. T. Peterson. Modeling Statewide Distributions of Birds, A Hierarchical Approach. 10th Annual Conference, The Wildlife Society, Burlington, Vermont 6-10 September 2003 September 2003
Howell, J. E., C. T. Moore, R. Hamrick, M. J. Conroy, J. P. Carroll, and R. Cooper. 2004. Adaptive landscape management of wintering birds in early successional habitats: Hierarchical models for predicting occurrence of northern bobwhite. 58th Annual Conference of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies, 31 Oct-3 Nov 2004, Hilton Head Island, SC. October 2004
Howell, J. E., C. T. Moore, R. Hamrick, M. J. Conroy, J. P. Carroll, R. J. Cooper. 2005. Hierarchical models for adaptive landscape management of wintering birds in early successional habitats in the upper coastal plain of Georgia. 12th Annual Conference, The Wildlife Society, 25-29 September 2005, Madison, WI. September 2005
Howell, J. E. , M. J. Conroy, and J. T. Peterson. Modeling statewide distributions of birds, a hierarchical approach. 9th Annual Conference, The Wildlife Society, Bismarck, ND. 24-28 September 2002. September 2002
Homer, M.D., C.A. Jennings, and J.T. Peterson. 2013. Comparison of the precision of ages from three techniques and back-calculated lengths for introduced blue catfish (Ictalurus furcatus). Texas Chapter - American Fisheries Society, Jan. 17-19, 2013. Montgomery, Texas. January 2013
Homer, M. D. and C. A. Jennings. 2010. Population demographics for an introduced population of blue catfish (Ictalurus furcatus) in Lake Oconee, GA. Catfish 2010. Conservation, Ecology, and Management of Catfish: The second International Symposium. June 19-22. St. Louis, MO. June 2010
Homer Jr, M.D., C.A. Jennings, and J.T. Peterson. 2013. Comparison of the precision of ages from three techniques and back-calculated lengths for introduced blue catfish. Spring Meeting of the Southern Division - American Fisheries Society. Feb.7-10, 2013. Nashville, TN. February 2013
Hess, B.J. and C.A. Jennings. June 2000. Striped bass in trout waters of the upper Chattahoochee River, Georgia: Can these two fisheries coexist? East Coast Trout Management and Culture Workshop III. Frostburg, MD June 2000
Hepinstall-Cymerman, J., T. Prebyl, B. Nuse, and C. Moore. 2018. Predicting changes in gopher tortoise habitat connectivity in Georgia, USA. Presentation at US-IALE 2018 Annual Meeting, 8-12 April 2018, Chicago, IL. April 2018
Hepinstall-Cymerman, J., T. Prebyl, B. Nuse, and C. Moore. 2017. Predicting gopher tortoise habitat connectivity in Georgia from forest structure, soils, and land cover. The Wildlife Society 24th Annual Conference, 23-27 September 2017, Albuquerque, NM. September 2017
Hepinstall-Cymerman, J., T. Prebyl, B. Nuse, C. Moore, and R. Bormann. 2017. Modeling gopher tortoise habitat and habitat connectivity in Georgia using multi-season Landsat imagery and Circuitscape. US-IALE 2017 Annual Meeting, 9-13 April 2017, Baltimore, MD. April 2017
Hepinstall-Cymerman, J., R. Bormann, B. Nuse, C. Moore, and M. Elliott. 2016. Mapping gopher tortoise habitat in Georgia using multi-season Landsat imagery and multiple statistical modeling techniques. The Wildlife Society 23rd Annual Conference, 15-19 October 2016, Raleigh, NC. October 2016
Hawthorne, S. and J.T. Peterson. 2003. The Development of an Optimal Sampling Strategy for Two Endemic Crayfish Species, Cambarus halli and C. englishi. Annual Meeting of the Georgia Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. Rome. January 2003
Haak, D. M., K. P. Kowalski, C. T. Moore, and A. DaSilva. 2017. Developing the Phragmites Adaptive Management Framework (PAMF). 77th Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, 5-8 February 2017, Lincoln, NE. February 2017
Haak, D. M., K. P. Kowalski, C. T. Moore, and A. DaSilva. 2016. Introducing the Phragmites Adaptive Management Framework (PAMF). 59th Annual Conference on Great Lakes Research (International Association for Great Lakes Research), 6-10 June 2016, Guelph, ON, CANADA. June 2016
Haag, J. M., N. P. Nibbelink, and C. A. Jennings. 2018. Forecasting the effects of climate change on suitable thermal habitat for trout in northern Georgia. Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society. August 19-23. August 2018
Haag, J. M., C. A. Jennings, N. P. Nibbelink, B. Irwin, and B. Boley. 2019. Pairing demand for trout with effects of climate change on suitable thermal habitat in northern Georgia. Oral presentation, Georgia Chapter of the American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting. Feb 6. Cordele, GA. September 2020
Haag, J. M., C. A. Jennings, N. P. Nibbelink, B. Irwin, and B. Boley. 2019. Pairing demand for trout with effects of climate change on suitable thermal habitat in northern Georgia. Oral presentation, Georgia Chapter of the American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting. Feb 6. Cordele, GA. February 2019
Haag, J. M., C. A. Jennings, N. P. Nibbelink, B. Irwin, and B. Boley. 2019. Pairing demand for trout with effects of climate change on suitable thermal habitat in northern Georgia. Oral presentation, Annual Meeting of the Southern Division, American Fisheries. Feb 20-23. Little Rock, AR. February 2020
Guy, R., N. P. Nibbelink, and B. J. Irwin. Quantifying the Relationship of Juvenile Nekton to Salt marsh and the Effects of Sea Level Rise. 2015 Southern Division meeting of the American Fisheries Society, Savannah, GA. February 2015
Grabowski, T. B., and C. A. Jennings. 2007. Habitat use and movement patterns of robust redhorse released in the Ocmulgee River, GA. Joint Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, South Carolina and Georgia Chapters, and the South Carolina Fisheries Workers Association. Tybee Island, GA. January 23-25. February 2007
Grabowski, T. B., and C. A. Jennings. 2007. Habitat use and movement patterns of robust redhorse released in the Ocmulgee River, GA. Annual Meeting of the Southern Division of the American Fisheries Society. Memphis, TN. February 9-12. February 2007
Grabowski T.B., and C.A. Jennings. Re-evaluation of habitat use and movement patterns of robust redhorse released in the Ocmulgee River, GA. 12th Annual Meeting of the Robust Redhorse Conservation Committee. McCormick, SC. 17 October 2006. October 2006
Grabowski T.B., and C.A. Jennings. Habitat use and movement patterns of robust redhorse released in the Ocmulgee River, GA. Joint Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, South Carolina and Georgia Chapters, and the South Carolina Fisheries Workers Association. Tybee Island, GA. 25 January 2007. January 2007
Grabowski T.B., and C.A. Jennings. Habitat use and movement patterns of robust redhorse released in the Ocmulgee River, GA. Annual Meeting of the Southern Division of the American Fisheries Society. Memphis, TN. 10 February 2007. February 2007
Glomb, J. C., R. C. Lowe III, J. L. Shelton, B. J. Irwin, and M. J. Hamel. 2021(to be submitted). Assessing hydrilla spread and subsequent impacts on sportfish communities in Lake Sinclair, Georgia. American Fisheries Society meeting, Baltimore, MD. November 2021
Glassic, H., B. J. Irwin, and A. Rabern. Evaluating stream restoration efforts for eastern brook trout in the Chattahoochee National Forest. 2015 Southern Division meeting of the American Fisheries Society, Savannah, GA February 2015
Gaya, H., L. Smith, and C. Moore. 2017. Improvements to line transect distance sampling for surveying gopher tortoise (Gopherus polyphemus) populations. 2017 Wildlife Research Meeting, Georgia Department of Natural Resources Wildlife Resources Division, 8 August 2017, Mansfield, GA. August 2017
Gaya, H., L. L. Smith, and C. T. Moore. 2019. Baby tortoise is hiding, can you find him? Enhancing line-transect distance sampling (LTDS) for gopher tortoise (Gopherus polyphemus) populations. 2019 Annual Southeast Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Meeting, 14-17 February 2019, Black Mountain, NC. February 2019
Gaya, H., L. L. Smith, and C. T. Moore. 2017. Improving line-transect distance sampling (LTDS) for gopher tortoise (Gopherus polyphemus) populations. 39th Annual Gopher Tortoise Council Meeting, 13-15 October 2017, Edgefield, SC. October 2017
Gaya, H., L. L. Smith, and C. Moore. 2018. Where are all the baby tortoises? Enhancing line-transect distance sampling (LTDS) for gopher tortoise (Gopherus polyphemus) populations. Presentation at 2018 Annual Southeast Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation, 22-25 February 2018, Helen, GA. February 2018
Gaya, H., L. L. Smith, and C. Moore. 2017. Improving line-transect distance sampling (LTDS) for gopher tortoise (Gopherus polyphemus) populations. Poster; The Wildlife Society 24th Annual Conference, 23-27 September 2017, Albuquerque, NM. September 2017
Gaya, H., B. L. Nuse, and C. T. Moore. 2018. A Bayesian hierarchical model to account for bias in gopher tortoise distance sampling. 40th Annual Gopher Tortoise Council Meeting, 12-14 October 2018, Lake Placid, FL. October 2018
Gaya, H., B. L. Nuse, and C. T. Moore. 2018. An interesting nuisance: a Bayesian hierarchical model for distance sampling when a detection covariate is also a demographic property of interest. The Wildlife Society 25th Annual Conference, 7-11 October 2018, Cleveland, OH. October 2018
Gaya, H., B. L. Nuse, T. J. Prebyl, and C. T. Moore. 2019. Assessing stability of gopher tortoise populations through line-transect distance sampling. Oral presentation at 41st Annual Gopher Tortoise Council Meeting, 15-17 November 2019, Gulf Shores, AL. November 2019
Gaya, H., B. L. Nuse, T. J. Prebyl, and C. T. Moore. 2019. Assessing stability of gopher tortoise populations on working lands through line-transect distance sampling. Oral presentation at Joint Annual Conference of American Fisheries Society and The Wildlife Society, 29 September - 3 October 2019, Reno, NV. September 2019
Gannon, J., C. Moore, and T. Shaffer. 2014. Promoting long-term sustainability of an AM program: Lessons learned. Adaptive Management Conference Series, 28-30 May 2014, Fort Collins, CO. May 2014
Gannon, J., C. Moore, T. Shaffer, and C. Dixon. 2017. Collaborating across boundaries to improve management of native prairies: adaptive management within the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service across refuge system lands of the prairie pothole region. Presentation at Natural Areas Conference, 10-12 October 2017, Fort Collins, CO. October 2017
Gannon, J. J., C. T. Moore, and T. L. Shaffer. 2012. Building an adaptive management framework when data are lacking: eliciting information from decision stakeholders. The Wildlife Society 19th Annual Conference. 13-18 October 2012, Portland, OR. October 2012
Fritts, A.K., J.T. Peterson, and R.B. Bringolf. 2011. Development of a non-lethal approach for assessing stress in freshwater mussels. Annual meeting of the Southern Division of the American Fisheries Society, January 13-16, Tampa, FL January 2011
Freeman, M.C. and J.T. Peterson. 2009. Can instream flow requirements protect biodiversity? 57th Annual Meeting of the North American Benthological Society, Grand Rapids Michigan. May 2009
Freeman, M. C., R. B. Jacobson, J. W. Jones, C. P. Shea. and J. T. Peterson Stream classification for modeling ecological responses to hydrologic alteration. Annual Meeting of the International Association of Landscape Ecology, Athens, GA. April 2010
Frasch, L. L., C. T. Moore, M. J. Conroy, and K. Barker. 1998. Adaptive resource management in the Piedmont National Wildlife Refuge. Joint Meetings of the American Ornithologists’ Union and North American Ornithological Conference, 6-12 April 1998, St. Louis, MO. April 1998
Fouts, K. L., C. T. Moore, K. D. Johnson, J. C. Maerz, and V. C. Kinney. 2014. Effects of fire management practices on the amphibians and reptiles of Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Great Smoky Mountains National Park Science Colloquium, 20 March 2014, Gatlinburg, TN. March 2014
Fonnesbeck,C.J, M.J. Conroy, and N. L. Zimpfer. 2002.Adaptive resource management and the optimal control of wildlifepopulations: A case study.INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL OF MATHEMATICSStochastic Methods in Decision and Game Theory, with ApplicationsEttore Majorana Center, Erice, Sicilia,Italy June 18-25, 2002 June 2002
Fonnesbeck, C.J., M.J. Conroy, and N.L. Zimpfer. August 2000. Modeling uncertainty: A Bayesian analysis of American black duck populations dyanmics. Joint Millennial Meeting of the American Ornithologists' Union, British Ornithologists' Union, and Society of Canadian Ornithologists. St. John's, Newfoundland August 2000
Fonnesbeck, C. J. and M.J. Conroy. Application of Bayesian decision making and MCMC to the conservation of a harvested species. EURING 2003 Radolfzell, Germany. October 2003
Fonnesbeck, C. J. and M. J. Conroy. Solving stochastic dynamic optimization problems using reinforcement learning. Adaptive management conference. Patuxent Wildlife Research Center. 24-25 April. 2003. April 2003
Fonnesbeck, C. J. and M. J. Conroy. Application of Bayesian decision-making and Markov chain Monte Carlo to the conservation of a harvested species. 10th Annual Conference, The Wildlife Society, Burlington, Vermont 6-10 September 2003 September 2003
Fauver, R.J., K. Pleskach, G.T. Tomy, N. Nibbelink, J.T. Peterson, A.T. Fisk. The Influence of Environmental Variables on Perfluorinated Chemicals in Riverine Systems. 2008 Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry Annual Meeting. November 2008, Tampa, FL. Oral presentation. November 2008
Fauver, R.J., B. Rosenburg, G.T. Tomy, N. Nibbelink, J.T. Peterson, A.T. Fisk. Factors influencing the occurrence and concentrations of organochlorine chemicals in Georgia Rivers. 2008 Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry Annual Meeting. November 2008, Tampa, FL. Poster presentation. November 2008
Fauver, R.J., A. T. Fisk, N. Nibbelink, J. T. Peterson, G. Tomy. 2007. Evaluation of the Influence of Land-based Activities on Riverine Delivery of Contaminants to Estuaries. Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry North America 28th Annual Meeting, Milwaukee WI. November 2007
Fauver, R., A. Fisk, N. Nibbleink, and J.T. Peterson. 2008. The Influence of Land-Use on Contaminants found in Riverine Systems. Annual Meeting of the Southern Division of the American Fisheries Society, Wheeling WV. March 2008
Fauver, R., A. Fisk, N. Nibbleink, and J.T. Peterson. 2008. The Influence of Land-Use on Contaminants found in Riverine Systems. Annual Meeting of the Georgia Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. Eatonton, GA. January 2008
Fauver, R., J. Peterson, B. Konwick, G. Tomy, N. Ismail, D. Higginbotham, M. Blount, and A. Fisk. 2007. Perfluorinated Compounds in Georgia Waters: a Preliminary Analysis. Joint Meeting of the South Carolina and Georgia Chapters of the American Fisheries Society, Tybee Island, GA. January 2007
Estimation of hierarchical open and closed population models with MCMC using PyMC EURING 2007 14-20 Jan 2007 Dunedin, NZ January 2007
Eroh, G. D., ​R. B. Bringolf, ​A. C. Camus, ​J. L. Williams-Woodward, and ​C. A. Jennings. 2020. Effects of Fungicidal Hydrogen Peroxide Treatments on the Hatching Success of Walleye Eggs and the Growth of Oomycete Pathogens. Annual Meeting of the Southern Division of the American Fisheries Society. Little Rock, AR. Feb. 20-23. February 2020
Eroh, G. D., ​R. B. Bringolf, ​A. C. Camus, ​J. L. Williams-Woodward, and ​C. A. Jennings. 2020. Effects of Fungicidal Hydrogen Peroxide Treatments on the Hatching Success of Walleye Eggs and the Growth of Oomycete Pathogens. Annual Meeting of the Southern Division of the American Fisheries Society. Augusta, GA. Jan. 28-30. January 2020
Eroh, G. D., R. B. Bringolf, A. C. Camus, J. L. Williams-Woodward, and C. A. Jennings. 2020. Effects of Fungicidal Hydrogen Peroxide Treatments on the Hatching Success of Walleye Eggs and the Growth of Oomycete Pathogens. Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society. Columbus, OH. August 30- Sept. 3. September 2020
Eroh, G. D. and C. A. Jennings. 2019. Effects of Hydrogen Peroxide Treatment on Hatching Success on Walleye Eggs Infected with Saprolegnia spp. Annual Meeting of the GA Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, Cordele, GA. Feb. 5 - 7. February 2019
Ely, P.C., and C.A. Jennings. 2010. Seasonal Movements of Adult Robust Redhorse Stocked in the Oconee River, Georgia. Annual Meeting of the Georgia Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. Perry, Georgia. January 26. January 2010
Ely, P.C., and C.A. Jennings. 2010. Seasonal Movements and Habitat Use of Adult Robust Redhorse Stocked in the Oconee River, Georgia. Annual Meeting of the Southern Division of the American Fisheries Society. Asheville, North Carolina. February 25-28. February 2010
Ely, P.C. and C.A. Jennings. Size Structure and Spawning Location of Robust Redhorse Stocked in the Ogeechee River, Georgia. Georgia Chapter of the American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting. Macon, Georgia. February 7–9, 2012. February 2012
Ellis-Felege, Susan N., Michael J. Conroy, John P. Carroll, William Palmer, D. Clay Sisson. Shifts in Nest Predation Risk on Northern Bobwhites as a result of Meso-mammalian Predator Removal in the Southeastern, U.S. IUGB, Uppsala, August 13-18 August August 2007
Elkins, D., G. Jacobs, S. Wenger, B. Irwin, and C. Jennings. 2019. Using existing datasets to investigate the effects of BMP compliance on the presence or persistence of at-risk aquatics. September 2019
Dycus, J.C., J. T. Peterson, and R. Bringolf. 2010. An evaluation of the influence of stream flows on freshwater mussel growth. Spring Meeting of the Southern Division of the American Fisheries Society. Feb. 25-28. Asheville, NC. January 2010
Dycus, J.C., J. T. Peterson, and R. Bringolf. 2010. An evaluation of the influence of stream flows on freshwater mussel growth. Annual Meeting of the Georgia Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, Perry, GA. January 2010
Dycus, J.C. and J.T. Peterson. 2011. Annuli verification and comparison of growth-measurement techniques for Villosa vibex and Villosa lienosa, in the lower Flint River Basin, Georgia. Annual Meeting of the Georgia Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. February 2-3, Perry GA. February 2011
Dunn, D. L., C. T. Moore, E. G. King, N. P. Nibbelink, and H. R. Morris. 2021. Structured decision making for Maritime Live Oak forest restoration. Oral presentation at Society for Ecological Restoration Conference, 21-24 June 2021, [Online] June 2021
Dunn, D. L., C. T. Moore, E. G. King, N. P. Nibbelink, and H. R. Morris. 2020. Developing a decision-support tool for management alternatives to restore and conserve maritime live oak forests. Oral presentation at the Ecological Society of America Conference, 2-7 August 2020, Salt Lake City, UT, USA. August 2020
Dunn, D. L., C. T. Moore, E. G. King, N. P. Nibbelink, and H. R. Morris. 2019. Developing a decision-support tool for management alternatives to restore and conserve maritime live oak forests. Oral presentation at Coastal & Estuarine Research Foundation Conference, 3-7 November 2019, Mobile, AL, USA. November 2019
Dumoulin, C., K. Alexander, M. Sanchez Garces, D. Engel, K. Kowalski, and C. Moore. 2018. Phragmites Adaptive Management Framework (PAMF): Citizen science and decision support for the Great Lakes basin. Presentation at the North American Congress for Conservation Biology, 21-26 July 2018, Toronto, ON, CANADA. July 2018
Dumoulin, C., K. Alexander, M. S. Garces, D. Engel, K. Kowalski, and C. T. Moore. 2018. The Phragmites Adaptive Management Framework (PAMF): Decision support meets citizen science. The Wildlife Society 25th Annual Conference, 7-11 October 2018, Cleveland, OH. October 2018
Dula, B., A. Kaeser, C. Jennings, and A. Fox. 2020. Changes to Gulf Sturgeon Recruitment, Mortality, and Behavior following Hurricane Michael in the Apalachicola River, Florida. Annual Meeting of the Southern Division of the American Fisheries Society. Little Rock, AR. Feb. 20-23. February 2020
Dula, B., A. Kaeser, C. Jennings, and A. Fox. 2020. Changes to Gulf Sturgeon Recruitment, Mortality, and Behavior following Hurricane Michael in the Apalachicola River, Florida. Annual Meeting of the Southern Division of the American Fisheries Society. Augusta, GA. Jan. 28-30. January 2020
Dixon, C., V. Fields, C. Moore, J. Gannon, T. Shaffer, T. Grant, S. Vacek, P. Drobney, J. Zorn, and B. Flanders-Wanner. 2015. An adaptive management framework for managing U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service prairies in the Northern Great Plains. America's Grasslands: Partnerships for Grassland Conservation, 29 Sep-1 Oct 2015, Ft. Collins, CO. September 2015
Dixon, C., K. Askerooth, J. Gannon, C. Moore, T. Shaffer, P. Drobney, V. Fields, T. Frerichs, T. Grant, S. Vacek, and J. Zorn. 2017. An adaptive approach to managing introduced cool-season grasses in the northern Great Plains: Local and landscape scale perspectives. Annual Meeting of the Society for Range Management, 29 Jan-2 Feb 2017, St. George, UT. January 2017
Dixon, C., J. Gannon, C. Moore, and T. Shaffer. 2019. Applying native prairie lessons to prairie reconstructions. Society for Range Management Annual Meeting, 10-14 February 2019, Minneapolis, MN. February 2019
Dilts, E.W., C.A. Jennings, and J.L. Shelton. May 2000. Effects of fine sediments on the survival and growth of larval robust redhorse, Moxostoma robustum. International Conference on the Ethology, Ecology, and Evolutionary Ecology of Fishes. Athens, GA May 2000
Development of black duck adaptive harvest management. Presentation to Adaptive harvest management task force. Denver, CO 14 January 2004. January 2004
Development of a strategy for adaptive harvest management ofAmerican Black Ducks. CHRISTOPHER J. FONNESBECK, MICHAEL J. CONROY and NATHAN L. ZIMPFERNorth American Ornithological Conference 2002, New Orleans, LA 24-28September 2002 September 2002
Deroba, J. J., S. Gaichas, M. Lee, R. Gallant Feeney, D. Boelke, and B. Irwin. 2018. Getting on the same page, or at least in the same library: Lessons in communication from a stakeholder-driven Management Strategy Evaluation for Northeast US Atlantic herring. Sixth National Meeting of the Scientific Coordination Subcommittee of the Council Coordination Committee, San Diego, CA [poster] January 2018
Deroba, J. J., S. Gaichas, M. Lee, R. G. Feeney, D. Boelke, and B. Irwin. 2017. Getting on the same page, or at least in the same library: lessons in communication from a stakeholder driven MSE for Northeast US Atlantic herring. Annual meeting of the American Fisheries Society, Tampa, FL. August 2017
Dennerline, D.E., C.A. Jennings, and D. Degan. 2010. Evaluating relationships between hydroacoustic derived density and gillnet catch: Implications for Reservoir Fish Assessments. Fisheries Sampling with Active Methods Conference in Ceske Budejovice, Czech Republic, September 8-11, 2010. September 2010
Dennerline, D.E. and C.A. Jennings. 2019. Safety through the eyes of a supervisor, your new lens. Annual Meeting, Southern Division, American Fisheries Society, Galveston, Texas, 24-27 January 2019. January 2019
Dennerline, D., J. Peterson and D. Degan. 2007. Looking Both Ways at the Crosswalk. Joint Meeting of the South Carolina and Georgia Chapters of the American Fisheries Society, Tybee Island, GA. January 2007
Dennerline, D., J. Peterson and D. Degan. 2007. Looking Both Ways at the Crosswalk. American Fisheries Society, 4th International Reservoir Symposium: Balancing Fisheries Management and Water Uses for Impounded River Systems. Atlanta, GA., 6-9 June 2007. June 2007
Dennerline, D., C. Jennings, and D. Degan. 2009. Questions regarding the utility of gillnet catch as an index of abundance in reservoir fisheries assessments. 139th Annual Meeting, American Fisheries Society. Nashville, Tennessee, 31 August - 03 September, 2009 September 2009
Dennerline, D., C. Jennings and D. Degan. 2009. Questions Regarding the Utility of Gillnet Catch as an Index of Abundance in Reservoir Fisheries Assessments. Annual Meeeting of the Georgia Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, Perry, Georgia, 27-28 January 2009. January 2009
Dennerline, D. E. and C. A. Jennings. 2016. Evaluation of mean rank shift for discerning changes in reservoir fish assemblages. Annual Meeting, American Fisheries Society, Kansas City, Missouri, 21-25 August 2016. August 2016
Dennerline, D. E. and C. A. Jennings. 2016. Evaluation of mean rank shift for discerning changes in reservoir fish assemblages. Joint Meeting of the Georgia and Alabama Chapters of the American Fisheries Society, Columbus, Georgia, 9-11 February 2016. February 2016
Dennerline, D. E. and C. A. Jennings. 2014. Evaluating reservoir fish assemblages: how much sampling is enough? 2014 Annual Meeting, Southern Division of the American Fisheries Society, Charleston, South Carolina, 22-26 January 2014. January 2014
DeBruyne, R. L., L. G. Rudstam, J. Coleman, J. R. Jackson, A. J. VanDeValk, M. Richmond, B. J. Irwin, and T. L. DeVault. 2012. Results from a whole lake experiment: response of walleye and yellow perch populations to cormorant management in Oneida Lake, NY. 142nd Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, Minneapolis – St. Paul, MN. August 2012
Dawson, H.A. Irwin, B. Wagner, C.M., Johnson, N., Jones, M. Investigating the performance of pheromone-baited trapping techniques using a Management Strategy Evaluation Model. Oral presentation to the Sea Lamprey Trapping Task Force, February 2013, Ann Arbor, MI February 2013
Dawson, H., M. Jones, B. Irwin, N. S. Johnson, M. Wagner, and M. Szymanski. 2017. Management strategy evaluation of a new control tactic to manage an invasive fish. Canadian Conference for Fisheries Research, Montréal, Québec, Canada. January 2017
Dawson, H. A., M. L. Jones, B. Irwin, N. S. Johnson, C. M. Wagner, and M. Szymanski. 2014. A model evaluation of the effectiveness of incorporating pheromone-baited trapping techniques into an integrated pest management program of Great Lakes sea lamprey. Annual meeting of the American Fishery Society, Québec City, Québec, Canada. August 2014
Daly, J. A., K. A. Buhlmann, B. D. Todd, C. T. Moore, J. M. Peaden, and T. D. Tuberville. 2017. Survival estimates and mortality risk factors for indoor head-started, outdoor head-started, and directly released juvenile desert tortoises (Gopherus agassizii) in the eastern Mojave Desert. Desert Tortoise Council Symposium, 24-26 February 2017, Las Vegas, NV. February 2017
Daly, J. A., K. A. Buhlmann, B. D. Todd, C. T. Moore, J. M. Peaden, M. M. Kerr, and T. D. Tuberville. 2016. Evaluating indoor-rearing as a component of head-starting the Mojave Desert tortoise: methods and preliminary results. 41st Annual Meeting and Symposium of the Desert Tortoise Council, 19-21 Feb 2016, Las Vegas, NV. February 2016
Daly, J. A., K. A. Buhlmann, B. D. Todd, C. T. Moore, J. M. Peaden, M. M. Kern, and T. D. Tuberville. 2016. Comparing neonate survivorship and growth of Mojave desert tortoises (Gopherus agassizii) under 3 head-start treatments. The Wildlife Society 23rd Annual Conference, 15-19 October 2016, Raleigh, NC. October 2016
Daley, J., B. Irwin, T. Vidal, and D. Eyitayo. 2021 (accepted). Analysis of size structure of Largemouth Bass (Micropterus salmoides) in Georgia reservoirs with and without Spotted Bass (Micropterus punctulatus). Annual meeting of the American Fisheries Society, Baltimore, MD. November 2021
DaSilva, A., K. P. Kowalski, D. M. Haak, C. T. Moore, and W. Bickford. 2016. Developing the Phragmites Adaptive Management Framework (PAMF). Upper Midwest Invasive Species Conference, 16-19 October 2016, La Crosse, WI. October 2016
Cull, R. E. and C. A. Jennings. 2006. Instaneous growth and mortality estimates of age-0 carpsuckers Carpoides spp. in the Oconee River, GA. Spring Meeting - Southern Division of the American Fisheries Society. Feb. 9-12, 2006. San Antonio, TX. February 2006
Cull, R. E. and C. A. Jennings. 2006. Instaneous growth and mortality estimates of age-0 carpsuckers Carpoides spp. in the Oconee River, GA. Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society. Sept. 10-14, 2006 September 2006
Cull, R. E. and C. A. Jennings. 2006. Instaneous growth and mortality estimates for Age 0 caprsuckers in the Oconee River, Georgia. Annual Meeting of the GA Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. Jan. 24-26, 2006. Gainesville, GA January 2006
Crownhart, A. K., R. B. Bringolf, J. T. Peterson, and J. Wisniewski. 2010. Development of a non-lethal approach for assessing stress in freshwater mussels. Annual Meeting of the Georgia Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, Perry, GA. January 2010
Crawford, T. G., and C. T. Moore. 2014. Toward an integrated population model for support of American alligator harvest decision making. 68th Annual Conference of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies, 19-22 October 2014, Destin, FL. October 2014
Crawford, T. G., and C. T. Moore. 2014. Statewide adaptive management of public alligator harvests using structured decision making and integrated population modeling. 23rd Working Meeting of the IUCN-SSC Crocodile Specialist Group, 26-30 May 2014, Lake Charles, LA. May 2014
Crawford, T. G., and C. T. Moore. 2013. Population modeling and development of decision support tools for public alligator harvest. Georgia Chapter of The Wildlife Society. 5-6 September 2013, Athens, GA. September 2013
Crawford, T. G., C. T. Moore, G. Balkcom, A. M. Brunell, T. Brunjes, J. Butfiloski, C. Carter, H. Dutton, N. Heynen, C. Nix, R. Tharp, G. Waters, and A. Woodward. 2015. Agency approaches to management of public alligator harvest programs in the species' eastern range. Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies, 1-4 November 2015, Asheville, NC. November 2015
Crawford, T. G., B. Crawford, C. T. Moore, and N. Heynen. 2016. Structured decision making as a process catalyst for integrative thinking and collaboration. The Wildlife Society 23rd Annual Conference, 15-19 October 2016, Raleigh, NC. October 2016
Crawford, B.A., J.C. Maerz, C.T. Moore, N. Heynen & T. Norton. 2017. Road management for a declining species: Integrating multiple objectives through structured decision making. Joint Meeting of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists. Austin, TX. 13-16 July 2017. July 2017
Crawford, B.A., J.C. Maerz, C.T. Moore, D.T. Jones-Farrand & M. Harris. 2017. [Poster] The Longleaf ARC Project: Accelerating conservation of at-risk species in the longleaf system. Southeastern Partners of Amphibian and Reptile Conservation, Little Rock, AR, 16-19 February 2017. February 2017
Crawford, B.A., J.C. Maerz, C.T. Moore, D.T. Jones-Farrand & M. Harris. 2017. [Poster] The Longleaf ARC Project: Accelerating conservation of at-risk species in the longleaf system. Gopher Tortoise Council Meeting, Palatka, FL, 13-15 January 2017. January 2017
Crawford, B.A., J.C. Maerz, C.T. Moore, D.T. Jones-Farrand & M. Harris. 2017. Workshop 1: The Longleaf ARC Project: At-risk amphibian and reptile conservation in the longleaf system. Southeastern Partners of Amphibian and Reptile Conservation, Little Rock, AR, 16-19 February 2017. February 2017
Crawford, B.A., J.C. Maerz, C.T. Moore, D.T. Jones-Farrand & M. Harris. 2017. The Longleaf ARC Project: Accelerating conservation of at-risk species in the longleaf system. 14th Annual Stewardship Partners Meeting, Longleaf Partnership Council, Montgomery, AL, 4-5 April 2017. April 2017
Crawford, B.A., J.C. Maerz, C.T. Moore, D.T. Jones-Farrand & M. Harris. 2016. The Longleaf ARC Project introductory webinar: At-Risk species Conservation in the longleaf system. Introductory webinar for partners, 4 October 2016. October 2016
Crawford, B., J. C. Maerz, and C. T. Moore. 2021. Structured decision making: A strategy for collaboration and conservation of imperiled herpetofauna. Invited presentation, U.S. Geological Survey, Ecosystems Mission Area Webinar Series, 7 May 2021, webinar, https://www.usgs.gov/center-news/webinar-series-fridays-findings May 2021
Crawford, B., J. C. Maerz, and C. T. Moore. 2021. Structured decision making: A strategy for collaboration and conservation of imperiled herpetofauna. Invited presentation, Southeast Climate Adaptation Science Center, Science Seminars series, 16 February 2021, webinar. https://secasc.ncsu.edu/resources/videos/ February 2021
Crawford, B., J. C. Maerz, C. T. Moore, D. T. Jones-Farrand, and M. Harris. 2018. The Longleaf ARC project: accelerating conservation of at-risk species in the longleaf system. Presentation at 2018 Annual Southeast Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation, 22-25 February 2018, Helen, GA. February 2018
Crawford, B., J. C. Maerz, C. T. Moore, D. T. Jones-Farrand, and M. Harris. 2018. Range-wide status modeling to accelerate conservation of at-risk species in the longleaf system. Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies, 21-24 October 2018, Mobile, AL. October 2018
Crawford, B., C. Moore, J. Maerz, M. Harris, and T. Jones-Farrand. 2017. The Longleaf ARC Project: Accelerating conservation of at-risk species in the longleaf system. 2017 Wildlife Research Meeting, Georgia Department of Natural Resources Wildlife Resources Division, 8 August 2017, Mansfield, GA. August 2017
Crawford, B., C. Moore, J. Maerz, M. Harris, T. Jones-Farrand. 2018. The Longleaf ARC Project: Accelerating conservation of at-risk species in the longleaf system. Webinar presented to the South Atlantic Landscape Conservation Cooperative, 21 June 2018. June 2018
Crawford, B. A., J. C. Maerz, N. Heynen, T. M. Norton, and C. T. Moore. 2018. Structured decision-making for road management: allowing disciplines and turtles to cross. Integrative Conservation Conference, 20-22 September 2018, Athens, GA. September 2018
Crawford, B. A., J. C. Maerz, N. Heynen, T. M. Norton, and C. T. Moore. 2017. Road management for a declining species: integrating multiple objectives through structured decision making. The Wildlife Society 24th Annual Conference, 23-27 September 2017, Albuquerque, NM. September 2017
Crawford, B. A., J. C. Maerz, C. T. Moore, D. T. Jones-Farrand, and M. Harris. 2019. Estimating extinction risk for the southern hognose snake to inform listing decisions under the U.S. Endangered Species Act. 2019 Annual Southeast Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Meeting, 14-17 February 2019, Black Mountain, NC. February 2019
Crawford, B. A., C. T. Moore, J. C. Maerz, D. T. Jones-Farrand, and M. Harris. 2020. Using experts and models to accelerate conservation of at-risk species in the longleaf pine system. Southeast Regional Partnership for Planning and Sustainability Steering Committee Meeting, 4 March 2020, Atlanta, GA. March 2020
Crawford, B. A., C. T. Moore, J. C. Maerz, D. T. Jones-Farrand, and M. Harris. 2019. Using experts and models to accelerate conservation of at-risk species in the longleaf pine system. Southeast Climate Adaptation Science Center Regional Science Symposium, 13-15 November 2019, New Orleans, LA. November 2019
Crawford, B. A., C. T. Moore, J. C. Maerz, D. T. Jones-Farrand, and M. Harris. 2019. Range-wide status modeling to accelerate conservation of at-risk species in the longleaf system. Striped Newt Working Group Meeting, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, 6 February 2019, Orlando, FL. February 2019
Crawford, B. A., C. T. Moore, J. C. Maerz, D. T. Jones-Farrand, and M. Harris. 2018. The Longleaf ARC project: accelerating conservation of at-risk species in the longleaf system. Presentation at Alabama Gopher Frog Working Group annual meeting, 28 November 2018, Kinston, AL. November 2018
Crawford, B. A., C. T. Moore, J. C. Maerz, D. T. Jones-Farrand, and M. Harris. 2017. Preliminary range-wide status modeling to accelerate conservation of the gopher tortoise. Poster; 39th Annual Gopher Tortoise Council Meeting, 13-15 October 2017, Edgefield, SC. October 2017
Craven, S.C., Peterson, J.T., Freeman, M.C. 2007. An Evaluation of the Influence of Fish Life History Characteristics and Flow Regime on the Recruitment of Young-Of-Year Fishes in Regulated Rivers in the Southeast. Joint Meeting of the South Carolina and Georgia Chapters of the American Fisheries Society, Tybee Island, GA. January 2007
Craven, S.C., Peterson, J.T., Freeman, M.C. 2007. An Evaluation of the Influence of Fish Life History Characteristics and Flow Regime on the Recruitment of Young-Of-Year Fishes in Regulated Rivers in the Southeast. Annual Meeting of the Southern Division of the American Fisheries Society, Memphis TN. February 2007
Craven, S.C. and J.T. Peterson. 2008. Modeling the Effect of Thermal and Hydrologic Alteration on Native Fish Communities in the Upper Chattahoochee River.Annual Meeting of the Georgia Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. Eatonton, GA. January 2008
Cooper, R. J., R. S. Mordecai, B. G. Mattsson, M. J. Conroy, K. Pacifici, J. T. Peterson, and C. T. Moore. 2008. Design for a region-wide adaptive search for the Ivory-billed Woodpecker with the objective of estimating occupancy and related parameters. Fourth International Partners in Flight Conference, 13-16 February 2008, McAllen, TX. February 2008
Cook K, Conroy MJ, McDonald S, Bewsher J. Black bear habitat models for central Georgia (USA): Incorporating uncertainty in identification of potential habitat 16th International Conference on Bear Research and Management September 27 - October 1, 2005, Riva del Garda, Italy September 2005
Conroy, Michael J., Christopher J. Fonnesbeck, Nathan L. Zimpfer. 2004. Toward an adaptive approach to an international harvest strategy for American black ducks. September 2004
Conroy, Michael J., Christopher J. Fonnesbeck, Nathan L. Zimpfer, Fred A. Johnson, Paul M. Castelli, Eric T. Reed, Jerome R. Serie, Myrtle Batemen, Daniel Bordage, J. Bruce Pollard, Ken Ross, And David J. Case. Toward an adaptive approach to an international harvest strategy for American black ducks. September 2004
Conroy, Michael J. Christopher J. Fonnesbeck, Kiersten L.Cook, Jay D. Howell, James T. Peterson, And John P. Carroll. 2005. Cross-scale, integrated modeling and prediction using hierarchical modeling and MCMC. Warnell School of Forest Resources, University of Georgia, Athens, GA 30602 USA GATWS 90th ESA Annual Meeting (Joint with Intecol) 7-12 Aug 2005, Montreal August 2005
Conroy, MJ. Integrated models for adaptive harvest management of American black ducks. Black duck joint venture adaptive harvest management working group. Cape May, NJ November 2007
Conroy, MJ. Integraci�n de monitoreo y la toma de decisiones en conservaci�n usando manejo adaptativo de recursos (ARM). Presentaci�n al Instituto Nacional Tecnologia Agropecuaria (INTA), Castelar, Argentina. 25 agosto 2008. August 2008
Conroy, MJ. Challenges in dynamic optimization in natural resource management. 1st international conference on Computational Sustainablity. Cornell Univ, Ithaca, NY 8-12 June 2009. June 2009
Conroy, MJ, JP Runge, RJ Barker, M Schofield, and CJ Fonnesbeck. Estimation of abundance for patchily distributed populations via 2-stage, adaptive sampling.International statistical ecology conference, St. Andrews, Scotland July 2008
Conroy, MJ, JC Senar. INTEGRATION OF DEMOGRAPHIC ANALYSES AND DECISION MODELING IN SUPPORT OF MANAGEMENT OF INVASIVE PARAKEETS, AN URBAN AND AGRICULTURAL PEST. EURING 2007 14-20 Jan 2007 Dunedin, NZ January 2007
Conroy, MJ . Integrated state-space models for American black ducks. Adaptive management conference series. St. Petersburg, FL January 2008
Conroy, M.J., J.C. Senar and J. Domenech. 2000. Analysis of individual and time-specific covariate effects on survival of Serinus serinus in northeastern Spain. EURING 2000. Pt. Reyes, CA. October 2000
Conroy, M.J., C.J. Fonnesbeck, and N.L. Zimpfer. 2001. Adaptive harvest strategy for American black ducks. 2nd Annual Meeting, Black Duck Adaptive Harvest Working Group, 11-13 June 2001, Quebec City. June 2001
Conroy, M.J., C. J. Fonnesbeck and N. L. Zimpfer. 2002. Update on adaptive harvest management of American black ducks. Annual meeting of Black Duck Adaptive Harvest Management Working Group, Avalon, N. J., 11-13 June 2002. June 2002
Conroy, M.J., C. J. Fonnesbeck and N. L. Zimpfer. 2001. Update on adaptive harvest management of American black ducks. Semi-annual meeting of Black Duck Adaptive Harvest Management Working Group, Quebec City, 16 November 2001. November 2001
Conroy, M.J., C. J. Fonnesbeck and N. L. Zimpfer. 2001. Update on adaptive harvest management of American black ducks. Report to Black Duck Joint Venture. Quebec City, 15 November 2001. November 2001
Conroy, M.J. and P. Beier. 2004. Review of published literature on Florida panther conservation. Report to panther recovery team, Tampa, FL. January 2004
Conroy, M.J. and J.T. Peterson. 2006. Integrating monitoring, research, and management: Leveling the 3 legged stool. Gamebird 2006:A joint Conference of Quail VI and Perdix XII. Athens, GA February 2006
Conroy, M.J. and J.P. Carroll. 2000. Estimating abundance of Galliformes: tools and application. International Galliformes Conference, 25 September - 1 October , Kathmandu, Nepal. (Poster) . January 2000
Conroy, M.J. and C. A. Allen. 2001. Landscape changes in the southern Piedmont: the Roles of Spatial Scale and Uncertainty in Landscape-level Decision Making. 19-20 April 2001, Amicolola Falls, Georgia. (workshop co-organizers and presenters). April 2001
Conroy, M.J. November 1999. Adaptive harvest strategy for American black ducks. Technical Committee, Black Duck Joint Venture. Viamede, Ontario, Canada January 2000
Conroy, M.J. Modeling and statistics for conservation: a philosophical, pragmatic viewpoint. Conference of the World Pheasant Association, Dehra Dun, India. 4-10 April. 2004. April 2004
Conroy, M.J. May 2000. Adaptive harvest management for American Black Ducks. Adaptive Harvest Management Working Group. Easton, MD May 2000
Conroy, M.J. February 2000. Adaptive harvest stragety for American Black Ducks. Atlantic Flyway Technical Section. Kill Devil Hills, NC February 2000
Conroy, M.J. August 2000. Band-recovery and mark recapture applications. Joint Millennial Meeting of the American ornithologists' Union, British Ornithologists' Union and Society of Canadian Orintholgoists, St John's, Newfoundland. August 2000
Conroy, M.J. 2001. Adaptive harvest strategy for American black ducks. Presentation to Mississippi Flyway Technical Section.23 July 2001, Cincinnati, OH. July 2001
Conroy, M.J. 2001. Adaptive harvest strategy for American black ducks. Presentation to Black Duck Joint Venture, Sandusky, OH 16-18 Nov. 2000. November 2000
Conroy, M.J. 2001. Adaptive harvest strategy for American black ducks. Presentation to Atlantic Flyway Technical Section. 19-21 Feb. 2001, Portsmouth, NH February 2001
Conroy, M. J., and C. T. Moore. 1999. Incorporating wildlife habitat modeling in an adaptive framework: the role of alternative models. Sponsored conference “Predicting species occurrences: issues of scale and accuracy,” 18-22 October 1999, Snowbird, UT. October 1999
Conroy, M. J., and C. T. Moore. 1997. Optimization, simulation and adaptation: It matters how we get there from here. In symposium: “How to practice safe modeling: the interpretation and application of models in resource management,” The Wildlife Society Fourth Annual Conference, 21-27 September 1997, Snowmass, CO. September 1997
Conroy, M. J., C. J. Fonnesbeck, and N. L. Zimpfer. Development of a strategy for adaptive harvest management of American black ducks. 9th Annual Conference, The Wildlife Society, Bismarck, ND. 24-28 September 2002. September 2002
Conroy, M. J., C. J. Fonnesbeck, and N. L. Zimpfer. Adaptive harvest management for multiple stocks of American black ducks. 10th Annual Conference, The Wildlife Society, Burlington, Vermont 6-10 September 2003. September 2003
Conroy, M. J. and C. J. Fonnesbeck. Hierarchical modeling and MCMC for solving complex ARM problems. Adaptive management conference. Patuxent Wildlife Research Center. 24-25 April. 2003 April 2003
Conroy, M. J. Objective functions for adaptive resource management. Workshop on adaptive management for bobwhite quail. Rum Creek, Georgia. 17 June 2003. June 2003
Conroy, M. J. Modeling in an optimal control framework: modeling and estimation for optimal decision-making. 10th Annual Conference, The Wildlife Society, Burlington, Vermont 6-10 September 2003. September 2003
Conroy, M. J. Conservation Decision Making: Objectives, Models, Monitoring (I) . State Wildlife Grant Comprehensive Wildlife Conservation Plan Workshop for the Southeast Region. Atlanta, Georgia. 22-23 April 2003 April 2003
Conroy, M. J. Application of capture-recapture to addressing questions in evolutionary ecology. EURING 2007 14-20 Jan 2007 Dunedin, NZ January 2007
Conroy, M. J. Adaptive harvest management. Adaptive management below dams: development of a decision support model. Auburn, AL. 29 April - 1 May 2003. April 2003
Conroy, M. J. Adaptive harvest management for American black ducks. Black duck adaptive harvest management working group annual meeting, Avalon, NJ 15-17 November 2003. November 2003
Conroy, M. J. Adaptive harvest management for American black ducks. Atlantic Flyway Council Tech. Meeting. Jekyll Island, Georgia. 29 Feb -5 March 2004. March 2004
Conroy, M. J. 2004. Incorporating monitoring data to improve decision-making. Native Fish Species Reintroductions: Risks and Rewards. Georgia DNR Retreat at Lake Blackshear, Georgia. September 27, 2004 September 2004
Conroy , M.J. Paul Beier, Howard Quigley , and Michael R. Vaughan. Flawed scientific inferences about the Florida panther: The importance of sound science in endangered species management. The Wildlife Society, Calgary, Alberta. September 20, 2004. September 2004
Colin P. Shea, C.P. and J. T. Peterson. 2007. An Evaluation of the Influence of Streamflows and Species Traits on Meta-Demographic Parameters of Stream-Dwelling Fishes. Joint Meeting of the South Carolina and Georgia Chapters of the American Fisheries Society, Tybee Island, GA. January 2007
Colin P. Shea, C.P. and J. T. Peterson. 2007. An Evaluation of the Influence of Streamflows and Species Traits on Meta-Demographic Parameters of Stream-Dwelling Fishes. Annual Meeting of the Southern Division of the American Fisheries Society, Memphis TN. February 2007
Cline, M. H., R. Chandler, C. T. Moore, J. Giocomo, and J. A. Martin. 2016. Uncertainty and the entanglement of habitat loss and fragmentation effects in the management of northern bobwhite. Eighth National Quail Symposium, 24-29 July 2017, Knoxville, TN. July 2017
Carswell, B.L., J.T. Peterson, and C.A. Jennings. 2013. Abundance and diversity of sub-adult fishes in impounded South Carolina marshes: the effects of tidal exchange. GA Chapter - American Fisheries Society. Jekyll Island, GA. January 2013
Carswell, B.C. and C.A. Jennings. 2010. Does water level management of brackish impoundments on the Combahee River affect a resident population of Gulf Pipefish? South Carolina Fisheries Society and South Carolina Fishery Workers Association joint annual meeting. February 9-10. Charleston, SC. February 2010
Carswell, B.C. and C.A. Jennings. 2010. Does tidal exchange in marsh impoundments affect larval fish assemblages? American Fisheries Society 140th annual meeting, Sept. 12-16. Pittsburgh, PA. September 2010
Carlton, J. S., and C.A. Jennings. 2004. Identification of larval Moxostoma (Catostomidae) from the Oconee River, Georgia. Warnell School of Forest Resources Graduate Student Symposium, The University of Georgia, Athens, GA. February 27, 2004. February 2004
Carlton, J. S., and C.A. Jennings. 2003. Identification of Larval Moxostoma (Catostomidae) from the Oconee River, Georgia --- a progress report. Annual Meeting of the Robust Redhorse Conservation Committee, McCormick, SC. October 24, 2003. October 2003
Carlton, J. S. and C. A. Jennings. 2004. Taxonomic descriptions of larval Moxostoma in the Oconee River, Georgia. Annual Meeting of the Georiga Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. January 27-29. Athens, GA. January 2004
Candal, C. M., K. A. Buhlmann, B. D. Todd, K. J. Navara, C. T. Moore, P. A. McGovern, N. I. Stacy, and T. D. Tuberville. 2021. The role of physiological stress in head-starting success for Mojave Desert Tortoises (Gopherus agassizii). Presentation at Desert Tortoise Council Symposium, 9-25 February 2021 (virtual). February 2021
C.A. Jennings, H.J. Roop, and N.C. Poudyal. 2015. Expanding the Roving Survey: Creel Estimates from a Multiple-Impoundment Fishery in Georgia. Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society. Portland, OR. August 16-20. August 2015
Bunch, C., R. Chandler, D. Peterson, A. Kaeser, C. Jennings, and A. Fox. 2020. Side-scan sonar as an effective tool for estimating Atlantic Sturgeon spawning run size. Annual Meeting of the Southern Division of the American Fisheries Society. Little Rock, AK. February 20-23. February 2020
Bringolf, R.B., K. Kellock, C.A. Jennings, B. Trushel, and P. Ely. 2012. High rates of intersex in bass from small impoundments. Presented at the 142nd annual meeting of the American Fisheries Society. St. Paul, MN. Aug. 18-23. August 2012
Bringolf, R.B., K. Kellock, B. Trushel, P. Ely, and C. Jennings. 2012. Intersex fish: Not just in wastewater anymore. Presented at the annual meeting of the Southern Division of American Fisheries Society. Biloxi, MS. Jan. 26-29. January 2012
Bringolf, R., K. Kellock, and B. Irwin. 2013. Factors associated with intersex bass in the southeastern U.S. Southern Division of the American Fisheries Society, Nashville, TN. February 2013
Brenden, T., M. Jones, and B. Irwin. 2014. Re-examination of sea lamprey control policies for the St. Marys River through simulation analysis. Michigan chapter meeting of the American Fisheries Society, Holland, MI. March 2014
Brandon, G., B. Haram, C. Jennings, A. Camus, and S. Wilde. 2016. Incremental stocking and monitoring of triploid grass carp to manage and reduce the risk of Avian Vacuolar Myelinopathy at J. Strom Thrumond Reservoir. Georgia Chapter - American Fisheries Society. Columbus, GA. Feb. 9-11. February 2016
Bormann, R., J. Hepinstall-Cymerman, L. German, J. Rice, C. Moore, and M. Elliott. 2014. (Poster) Modeling gopher tortoise habitat and habitat connectivity in Georgia, and analyzing the role of private landowners in their conservation. 36th Annual Gopher Tortoise Council Meeting, 17-19 October 2014, Albany, GA. October 2014
Bormann, R., J. Hepinstall-Cymerman, B. Nuse, C. Moore, and M. Elliott. 2015. (Poster) Modeling gopher tortoise (Gopherus polyphemus) distribution in Georgia. 37th Annual Gopher Tortoise Council Meeting, 16-18 October 2015, Covington, LA. October 2015
Black,D.D.,E.R. Irwin, and J. Peterson.2002.Development of a rapis bioassessment technique for characterizing streams impacted by acid mine drainage.132nd Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society.Baltimore, Maryland. February 2002
Belcher, C. N. and C. A. Jennings. 2009. Identification and evaluation of sub-adult shark bycatch in Georgia’s commercial trawl fisheries. Spring Meeting, Southern Division of the American Fisheries Society. New Orleans, Louisiana. January 15-19. January 2008
Belcher, C. N. and C. A. Jennings. 2008. Utility of microhabitat features for determining habitat associations of sub-adult sharks in Georgia's estuaries. Annual Meeting of GA Chapter - American Fisheries Society. Jan. 29-31. Eatonton, GA. January 2008
Belcher, C. N. and C. A. Jennings. 2008. Use of fishery-independant trawl survey to evaluate distributional patterns of sub-adult sharks in Georgia waters. Annual Meeting of the GA Chapter - American Fisheries Society. Jan. 29-31. Eatonton, GA. January 2008
Belcher, C. N. and C. A. Jennings. 2008. Identification and evaluation of sub-adult shark bycatch in Georgia’s commercial trawl fisheries. Fifth World Fisheries Congress. Yokohama, Japan. October 20-25. October 2008
Beier, Paul, Michael R. Vaughan, Michael J. Conroy, and Howard Quigley. Deconstructing Flawed Scientific Inferences About The Florida Panther. 1 Aug 2004. 18th Annual Meeting Society for Conservation BiologyJuly 30th to August 2nd, 2004 - New York, New York, USA August 2004
Bayley,P.B. and J.T. Peterson.2000.When a species is not caught, what is the probability of it being present? 130th meeting of the American Fisheries Society.St Louis, Missouri. February 2000
Banish, N.P., J.T. Peterson, and R.F. Thurow. 2003. Analysis of movement patterns of stream-dwelling bull trout in response to sampling. Annual Meeting of the Southern Division of the American Fisheries Society. Wilmington, North Carolina. February 2003
Banish, N.P., J.T. Peterson, and R.F. Thurow. 2003. Analysis of movement patterns of stream-dwelling bull trout in response to sampling. Annual Meeting of the Georgia Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. Rome. January 2003
Banish, N.P. and J.T. Peterson. 2003. Diel summer habitat use by bull trout, Salvelinus confluentus in Esatern Cascade Streams. 133rd Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, Quebec City, Quebec. August 2003
Banish, N.P. and J. Peterson. 2002. Movement of bull trout in response to fish sampling. The Annual Meeting of the Georgia Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. Augusta, GA. January 2002
Baker, T.L. and C.A. Jennings. February. 2000. Survival, habitat use, and movement patterns of adult striped bass in Lake Blackshear, GA. Midyear Meeting Southern Division of the American Fisheries Society. Savannah, GA February 2000
Baker, T. L. and C. A. Jennings. 2001. Striped bass survival in Lake Blackshear, Georgia during drought conditions: implications for restoration efforts in Gulf Coast drainages. International Symposium of the Role of Droughts in Aquatic Ecosystems . Feb. 12-14. Albury, NSW, Australia February 2001
Baker, M., B. Irwin, and A. Fox. 2021 (accepted). Refining capture-recapture recruitment estimation methods for Atlantic Sturgeon in the Altamaha River. Annual meeting of the American Fisheries Society, Baltimore, MD. November 2021
Baker, M., B. Irwin, and A. Fox. 2021 (accepted). Investigating the effects of multiple flow regime characteristics on recruitment of age-1 Atlantic Sturgeon in the Altamaha River. Annual meeting of the American Fisheries Society, Baltimore, MD. November 2021
Baker, M., B. Irwin, and A. Fox. 2020. Comparing recruitment estimation models using age-1 Atlantic Sturgeon in the Altamaha River, GA. American Fisheries Society Virtual Annual Meeting. September 2020
Andries, C. T., C. T. Moore, and M. Kohl. 2021. Modeling Piedmont prairie plant species habitat along powerline right of ways in the eastern Piedmont of Georgia. Presentation at Association of Southeastern Biologists [virtual], 24-27 March 2021. March 2021
Alvarez, G., D. Gandy, C. Jennings, and A. Fox. 2020. Using Video Surveys to Identify Habitat Preferences of the Gag Grouper (Mycteroperca microlepis) in the Eastern Gulf of Mexico. Annual Meeting of the GA Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. Augusta, GA. Jan 28-30. January 2020
Alvarez, G., D. Gandy, C. Jennings, and A. Fox. 2020. Using Video Surveys to Identify Habitat Preferences of the Gag Grouper (Mycteroperca microlepis) in the Eastern Gulf of Mexico. Annual Meeting of the GA Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. Augusta, GA. Jan 28-30. February 2020
Alvarez, G. A., D. Gandy, B. J. Irwin, C. A. Jennings, and A. Fox. 2020. Using video survey to examine the effect of habitat on gag grouper encounter. Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society. Virtual. Sept. 14-25 August 2020
Alvarez G., D. Gandy, B. Irwin, C. Jennings, and A. Fox. 2021. Using Video Surveys to Examine the Effect of Habitat on Gag Occurrence. Florida Chapter of the American Fishery Society Virtual Meeting. April 2021
Albanese, B., D. Weiler, J. Peterson, and B. Freeman. 2005. Accounting for incomplete detection when estimating site occupancy of Pteronotropis welaka in southwest Georgia. American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists Annual Meeting, Tampa FL. July 2005

Sanderlin, J. S. and M. J. Conroy. Nov. 2008. State-space model of black bear demographics in central Georgia. The Wildlife Society Conference, Miami, FL.
November 2008


Sanderlin, J. S. and M. J. Conroy. Nov. 2008. Optimal selection of microsatellite loci in the presence of genetic misidentification error: a noninvasive genetic sampling case study. The Wildlife Society Conference, Miami, FL.
November 2008
Robinson, K.F. and C.A. Jennings. 2011. A comparison of resident fish communities in managed and unmanaged wetlands in North Carolina and South Carolina, USA. Joint Meeting of Society of Wetland Scientists, WETPOL, and Wetland Biogeochemistry Symposium, Prague, Czech Republic, July 3-8. July 2011
Conroy, MJ, JD Nichols, RJ Cooper,MC Runge Conservation in the face of climate change: the roles of alternative models, monitoring, and adaptation in dealing with and reducing uncertainty 10th International Congress of Ecology, Brisbane, Australia, 16-21 Aug 2009 August 2009
Theses and Dissertations Publication Date
Ziegeweid, J. R. 2006. Ontogenetic Changes in salinity and temperature tolerances of young-of-the-year shortnose sturgeon (Acipenser brevirostrum). MS Thesis submitted to the University of Georgia. December 2006
Yondo, H. 2018. Specialization and divergent angler preferences for trout fishing in Georgia. Masters Thesis. University of Georgia, Athens, GA. May 2018
Wilson, A. W. 2018. The impacts of extreme high tide events on sea turtle nesting along the Georgia barrier islands. M.S. Thesis, University of Georgia, Athens May 2018
Vidal, T. 2017. Understanding the role of variability in fish population and community response to changing environmental conditions, PhD Dissertation, University of Georgia. August 2017
Trushel, B. E. 2012. Influence of multi-scale factors on sportfish structural indices in samll- to medium-sized impoundment in Georgia, USA: implications for successful fisheries management. M.S. Thesis submitted to University of Georgia, Athens, GA. December 2012
Sundmark, A. P. 2016. Influence of lake morphometry, water quality, and angling on annual bluegill growth in small impoundments of central Georgia. Master of Science Thesis. University of Georgia, Athens. May 2016
Satterfield, L. C. 2014. Use of baited camera traps to sample carnivore communities in eastern Botswana. M.S. thesis, University of Georgia, Athens. May 2014
Sanderlin, JS. Integrated demographic modeling and estimation of the Central Georgia, USA black bear population. July 2009
Roop, H. J. 2015. Angling activity, use patterns, and anglers' evaluations of fishery quality and management at the Marben Public Fishing Area. MS Thesis submitted to the University of Georgia. July 2015
Robinson, K. F. 2011. A comparison of the fish communities in managed and unmanaged wetlands in coastal South Carolina. Ph.D. Dissertation submitted to the University of Georgia. May 2011
Reinert, T. R. 2004. Decline and recovery of striped bass in the Savannah River Estuary: synthesis and re-analysis of historical information and evaluation of restoration potential. May 2004
Pruitt, W.A. 2013. Use of Hierarchical occupancy models to estimate the seasonal distribution and habitat use of stocked Robust Redhorse (Moxostoma robustum) in the upper reaches of the Ocmulgee River, Georgia. Master of Science Thesis, University of Georgia December 2013
Parr, R. T. 2011. Age, growth, and reproductive status of tripletail (Lobotes surinamensis) in the aggregation nearshore Jekyll Island, GA, USA. MS Thesis submitted to the University of Georgia. December 2011
Mosley, D. L. 2006. Habitat selection of robust redhorse (Moxostoma robustum): implications for developing sampling protocols. MS Thesis submitted to Univ. of GA May 2006
Moore, C. 2002. Forest decision making under uncertainty: adaptive management for the conservation of bird populations on a National Wildlife Refuge. May 2002
Mitchell, G. E. 2015. Food habits of Blue Catfish (Ictalurus furcatus) introduced into Lake Oconee, Georgia. MS Thesis submitted to the University of Georgia. July 2015
McKee, R. K. 2019. An island of misfit tortoises: Evaluating the use of waif tortoises to recover populations on the brink. M.S. thesis, University of Georgia, Athens. May 2019
McGovern, P. A. 2019. Changing the survival formula for the Mojave desert tortoise (Gopherus agassizii) through head-starting. M.S. Thesis, University of Georgia, Athens December 2019
Lawson, Abigail J. 2019. Reducing uncertainties in conservation decision-making for American alligators. Dissertation. Clemson University, Clemson, SC, USA. 233 pp. May 2019
Jansch, C. R. 2015. Informing wild population monitoring through the use of mixed models. Masters Thesis, University of Georgia. May 2015
Homer, M. D., Jr. 2011. Age and size structure for an introduced population of blue catfish (Ictalurus furcatus) in Lake Oconee Georgia and a comparison of age determination techniques. MS Thesis submitted to the University of Georgia December 2011
Haag, J. M. 2020. Assessing supply and demand for trout in North Georgia under current and projected thermal regime. Master of Science Thesis. Submitted to the Graduate School. University of Georgia. Athens. January 2020
Gaya, H. E. 2019. Enhancing line-transect distance sampling to increase detectability of gopher tortoises (Gopherus polyphemus) in population surveys. M.S. Thesis, University of Georgia, Athens May 2019
Eroh, G. D. 2019. The Effects of Hydrogen Peroxide Treatments on the Hatching Success of Walleye eggs infected with Oomycete pathogens and the growth of those Pathogens in a Georgia Aquaculture System. Master of Science Thesis. Submitted to Graduate School. University of Georgia. Athens. December 2019
Dennerline, D. E. 2015. Evaluating novel approaches for sampling and assessing changes in reservoir fish assemblages. Ph.D. Dissertation submitted to the University of Georgia. Athens, GA. December 2015
Daly, J. A. 2017. Indoor-rearing as a component of head-starting the Mojave Desert Tortoise (Gopherus agassizii). M.S. thesis, University of Georgia, Athens. May 2017
Cull, R. E. 2005. Instantaneous growth and mortality estimates of Age-0 carpsuckers (Carpoides spp) in the Oconee River, Georgia. MS Thesis submitted to the University of Georgia December 2005
Carswell, B. L. 2012. Abundance and diversity of sub-adult fishes in impounded South Carolina marshes: the effects of tidal exchange. MS Thesis submitted to the University of Georgia. July 2012
Bunch, C. J. 2020. Using Side-scan Sonar to Quantify the Spawning Runs of Atlantic Sturgeon in the Altamaha River, Georgia. MS Thesis Submitted to the Graduate School - University of Georgia, Athens. December 2020
Belcher, C. N. 2008. Investigating Georgia's shark nurseries: evaluation of sampling gear, habitat use, and source of sub-adult mortality. Ph.D. Dissertation submitted to the University of Georgia. December 2008
Baker, M. A. 2021. Juvenile Atlantic Sturgeon in the Altamaha River: refined recruitment estimation and investigating the effects of flow regime. Masters Thesis. University of Georgia, Athens, GA. May 2021
Alvarez, G. 2020. Using Video Surveys to Examine the Effect of Habitat on Gag Occurrence. MS Thesis submitted to the Graduate School at the University of Georgia. December 2020
Technical Publications Publication Date
[IP-113211] Crawford, B. A., M. J. Olds, J. C. Maerz, and C. T. Moore. 2020. Southern hognose snake Species Status Assessment data products: U.S. Geological Survey data release, https://doi.org/10.5066/P9HQSMCR January 2020
[IP-113208] Crawford, B. A., J. C. Maerz, and C. T. Moore. 2020. Range-wide habitat suitability maps for at-risk species in the longleaf system: U.S. Geological Survey data release, https://doi.org/10.5066/P92PZN7G January 2020
Will, T. A., T. R. Reinert, and C. A. Jennings. 2001. Assessment of spawning sites and reproductive status of striped bass, Morone saxatilis, in the Savannah River Estuary. Final Project for Project 10-21-RR251-144. Prepared for Georgia Ports Authority. 95 p. January 2001
Will, T. A., T. R. Reinert, and C. A. Jennings. 2000. Spatial assessment of current and historic spawning sites of striped bass, Morone saxatilis, in the Savannah River estuary. Final Reprot for Project No. 10-21-RR251-131. Prepared for Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Richmond Hill, GA. 33 p. January 2000
Will, T. A., T. R. Reinert, and C. A. Jennings. 2000. Assessment of the reproductive status of striped bass, Morone saxatilis, in the Savannah River Estuary. Final Report for Research Work Order 47. Prepared for the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers (Savannah District) Savannah, GA. 33 p. January 2000
Thurow, R. F., J. T. Peterson, C. A. Larsen, and J. W. Guzevich. 2003. Development of Bull Trout Sampling Protocols. Final Report to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Aquatic Resources Division, Lacey, WA. July 2003
Sanchez, G. and C. A. Jennings. 2015. Identifying and Evaluating the Distribution of Fishes, Crab, and Shrimp in the Savannah River Estuary. Final Report (project number: W912HZ-14-2-0001) submitted to the Army Corps of Engineers. Savannah District. June 2015
Sanchez, G. and C. A. Jennings. 2014. Identifying and Evaluating the Distribution of Fish in the Savannah River Estuary. Quarterly Summery - May 2014. Submitted to the US Army Corps of Engineers, Savannah, GA. May 2014
Sanchez, G. and C. A. Jennings. 2014. Identifying and Evaluating the Distribution of Fish in the Savannah River Estuary. Quarterly Summery - August 2014. Submitted to the US Army Corps of Engineers, Savannah, GA. October 2014
Ruiz, J., D. Dennerline, and C. Jennings. 2008. Fisheries Investigations (2007): Richard B. Russell and J. Strom Thurmond Reservoirs. Annual Project Report for Research Work Order No. 76. Prepared for the US Army Corps of Engineers, Savannah District. 179 pp. January 2008
Ruiz, J., D. Dennerline, and C. Jennings. 2007. Fisheries Investigations (2006): Ricahrd B. Russell and J. Strom Thurmond Reservoirs. Annual Report for Research Work Order No. 76. Prepared for the US Army Corps of Engineers, Savannah District. 179 pp. January 2007
Ruiz, J., D. Dennerline, and C. Jennings. 2006. Fisheries Investigations (2005): Richard B. Russell and J. Strom Thurmond Reservoirs. Annual Report for Research Work Order No. 76. Prepared for the US Army Corps of Engineers, Savannah District. 176 pp. February 2006
Reinert, T.R. , K. Jefferson, and C.A. Jennings. 1998. Abundance and distribution of striped bass eggs and larvae in the Savannah River estuary--Implications for channel dredging window. Final Report. Savannah District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. December 1998
R.F. Thurow, J.T. Peterson, and J.W. Guzevich 2001. Development of Bull Trout Sampling Protocols. Final Report to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service,Aquatic Resources Division, Lacey, WA. September 2001
Peterson,J.T.,J.W. McCargo and J.C. Ruiz.2002.An evaluation of drought impacts on fish communities in the lower Flint River Basin, Georgia. Final Report to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Panama City,Florida(Agreement#1448-41410-01-N002). January 2002
Peterson,J.T. and N.P. Banish.2002.The evaluation of sampling conditions across the bull trout range in Washington State.Final Report to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Aquatic Resources Division, Lacey, Washington(Agreement#134100N001). January 2002
Peterson,J.T. and J. Zhu.2004.CapPost-Capture and posterior probability of presence estimation, Users guide Version 1.0.Final Report to USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Idaho(Agreement#03-JV-11222014-241). January 2004
Peterson, R.C., C.A. Jennings, J.L. Shelton, and J. Zelko. 2007. Culture techniques and ecological studies of larval and juvenile robust redhorse: abundance and distribution in the Oconee River. Annual Project Report (2003) Prepared for Georgia Power Company, Atlanta, GA. 32 pp. (Project Number:25-21-RC-387). September 2007
Peterson, R. C., C. A. Jennings, J. L. Shelton,Jr., J. Zelco, and J. E. Evans. 2008. Ecological studies of larval and juvenile robust redhorse Moxostoma robustum: abundance and distribution in the Oconee River, Georgia. Annual Report for Project Year 2006. Prepared for Georgia Power Company, Atlanta, GA. August 2008
Peterson, J.T., N. P. Banish, and R. F. Thurow. 2003. Analysis of Movement Patterns of Stream-dwelling Salmonids in Response to Three Survey Methods. Final Report to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Aquatic Resources Division, Lacey, WA. July 2003
Peterson, J.T., C.R. Jackson, G. Li, J. McCargo, and R. McPherson. 2003. The development and evaluation of tools for evaluating flow requirements in streams in the Lower Flint River Basin, Georgia. Annual Report to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Social Circle, GA. January 2003
Peterson, J.T. and S. W. Craven. 2007. The development of a quantitative decision models for evaluating the effects of river regulation and water use on native fishes in the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area. Final Report to the National Park Service, Atlanta, Georgia. December 2007
Peterson, J.T. and J.M. Meador. 2008. Design of a Long Term Monitoring Program for Freshwater Mussels in the Lower Altamaha River Basin. Final Report to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Social Circle, Georgia. August 2008
Peterson, J.T. and J. Dunham. 2001. Combining inferences from models of capture efficiency, detectability, and suitable habitat to classify landscapes for conservation of threatened bull trout, Salvelinus confluentus. Final Report to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Aquatic Resources Division, Lacey, WA. August 2001
Peterson, J.T. B. J. Freeman, M. C. Freeman, C. Straight, A.Price and G. Anderson. 2010. SCIENCE SUPPORT FOR THE UPPER COOSA BASIN PHASE I. Final Report to the US Fish and Wildlife Service, Ecological Services, Athens GA. June 2010
Peterson, J.T. B. J. Freeman, E. Kramer, E. Irwin, M. C. Freeman, C. Straight, A. Wimberley, and J. C. Ruiz. 2004. Aquatic Gap: Regional analysis of biodiversity in the ACT/ACF Basins. U.S. Geological Survey, GAP Analysis Program, Moscow, Idaho. February 2004
Peterson, J.T. 2003. Toward the development of a common framework for assessing the distribution and potential threats to bull trout. Final Report to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Aquatic Resources Division, Lacey, WA. December 2002
Peterson, J., J. Dunham, P. Howell, S. Bonar, R. Thurow. 2002. Protocol for determining bull trout presence. Western Division of the American Fisheries Society. March 2002
Peterson, J., J. Dunham, P. Howell, S. Bonar, R. Thurow. 2001 Interim protocol for determining bull trout presence. Western Division of the American Fisheries Society. March 2001
Peterson, J. T., C. R. Jackson, G. Li, J. McCargo, and R. McPherson. 2006. The development and evaluation of tools for evaluating flow requirements in streams in the Lower Flint River Basin, Georgia. Report to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Social Circle, Georgia. January 2006
Peterson, J. T., C. R. Jackson, C. Shea, J. Romeis, and K. Rugel. 2010. Lower Flint River Basin Mussel Habitat Assessment and Monitoring Project, Georgia. Report to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Social Circle, Georgia. June 2010
Peterson, J. T. 2000. Development of interim tools for predicting bull trout detection probabilities. Final Report to Washington Department of Natural Resources, Olymipa, WA. 28p. January 2000
Nuse, B. L., R. L. Bormann, J. Hepinstall-Cymerman, and C. T. Moore. 2017. Habitat models and predictions for gopher tortoises in Georgia. Final Report to USGS Cooperative Research Units Program. December 2017
Mosley, D. L. and C. A. Jennings. 2006. Habitat selection of robust redhorse (Moxostoma robustum) in an experimental mesocosm. Final Project Report submitted to GA Power Company, Atlanta, GA. (Project No. 20-21-RR272-064) July 2006
Kennedy, K. M., E. R. Irwin, M. C. Freeman, and J. Peterson. 2006. Development of a decision support tool and procedures for evaluating dam operation in the Southeastern United States. Science Support Partnership Program Project Final Report to USGS and USFWS. June 2006
Jones, M. L., T. O. Brenden, and B. J. Irwin. 2012. Evaluating integrated pest management in the St. Marys River. Great Lakes Fishery Commission Project Completion Report. December 2012
Jennings, C.A., J.L. Shelton, R.C. Peterson, and J. Zelko. 2007. Culture techniques and ecological studies of the robust redhorse (Moxostoma robustum): recruitment success, distribution, and abundance of wild-caught larvae and juveniles in the Oconee River, Georgia. Annual Report (2002) Prepared for Georgia Power Company, Atlanta, GA. 41 pp. (Project Number. 25-21-RC295-387) April 2007
Jennings, C.A., J.L. Shelton, R.C. Peterson, S.C. Shepard, and J. Zelko. 2006. Culture techniques and ecological studies of the robust redhorse (Moxostoma robustum): distribution and abundance of wild-caught larvae in the Oconee River and evalutions of methods for radio telemetry. Annual Report (2001) prepared for Georgia Power Company, Atlanta, GA. 57 pp. (Project Number: 25-21-RC295-387) December 2006
Jennings, C.A., J.L. Shelton, Pete Lasier, and Greg L. Looney. 2005. Ecological Studies of robust redhorse (Moxostoma robustum) in the Oconee River, GA. Part1: Distribution and abundance of wild-caught larvae, and radio telemetry determinations of juvenile habitat use and movement patterns. Part 2: impacts and toxic threshold of sediment-associated contaminants to robust redhorse in the lower Oconee River. Annual Report (2000) prepared for Georgia Power Comapany, Atlanta, GA. Part 1 = 52 pp; Part 2= 50 pp. (Project Number: 25-21-RC295-387) December 2005
Jennings, C. A., and R. S. Weyers. 2003. Temporal and Spatial Distribution of Estuarine-Dependant Species in the Savannah River Estuary. Final Project (#10-21-RR251-148) Report to the Georgia Ports Authority. 152 pp + appendices June 2003
Jennings, C. A., and D. C. Shepard. 2003. Movement patterns and habitat use of hatchery-reared juvenile robust redhorse (Moxostoma robustum) released in the Ocmulgee River, GA. Final Project (Project No. 25-21-RC295-515) Report to GA Power Company. 36 pp. December 2003
Jennings, C. A., J. L. Shelton, and G. L. Looney. 2001. Culture Techniques and Ecological Studies of the Robust Redhorse Moxostoma robustum: assessment of reproductive and recruitment success, incubation temperatures and flows, and gravel quality and percent fine sediment on hatching success. Annual Report (Project 25-21-RC295-387) prepared for Georgia Power Company. 55 p. August 2001
Jennings, C. A., J. L. Shelton, and G. L. Looney. 2004. Culture Techniques and Ecological Studies of robust redhorse (Moxostoma robustum): assessment of incubation temperatures and flows, recruitment and recruitment success, and population dynamics. Annual Report (1999) submitted to Georgia Power Company, Atlanta, GA. 63 pp. (Project No. 25-51-RC295-387) August 2004
Jennings, C. A., J. L. Shelton, E. W. Dilts, and G. L. Looney. Culture techinques and ecological studies of robust redhorse (Moxostoma robustum): assessment of reproductive and recruitment success, incubation temperatures and flows, and gravel quality and percent fine sediment on hatching success. Annual Project (Project No. 25-21-RC295-383 {1997}) submitted to GA Power Company, Atlanta, GA. 64 pp. March 2003
Jennings, C. A., J. L. Shelton, E. W. Dilts, and G. L. Looney. 2004. Culture techniques and ecological studies of robust redhorse (Moxostoma robustum): an assessment of reproductive and recruitment success, and percent fine sediment on hatching success. Annual Project Report (1998) Prepared for Georgia Power Company. 45 pp. (project Number. 25-21-RC295-387) May 2004
Jennings, C. A., B. J. Hess. J. Hilterman, and G. L. Looney. 2000. Population dynamics of robust redhorse (Moxostoma robustum) in the Oconee River, GA. Final Project Report for Research Work Order 52. Prepared for the U.S. Geological Survey, Biological resources Division. Reston, VA 29p. January 2000
Jennings, C. A. and R. S. Weyers. 2002. Spatial and Temporal Distribution of Esturaine Dependant Fishes in the Savannah River Estuary. Annual Report prepared for Georgia Ports Athority (Project No : 10-21-RR251-148) by the Georgia Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit. 48 p. February 2003
Grabowski, T. B. and C. A. Jennings. 2008. Post-release movements and habitat use of stocked robust redhorse (Moxostoma robustum) in the Ocmulgee River, Georgia. Final Report for Project No. 2021RR272077 prepared for Georgia Power Company, Atlanta, GA. 70pp. March 2008
Gannon, J.J., T. L. Shaffer, and C. T. Moore. 2013. Native Prairie Adaptive Management: A multi region adaptive approach to invasive plant management on Fish and Wildlife Service owned native prairies: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2013–1279, 184 p. with appendixes, http://dx.doi.org/10.3133/ofr20131279 December 2013
Freeman, M.C., J.T. Peterson, E.R. Irwin, and B.J. Freeman. 2003. Distribution and Status of At-Risk Aquatic Taxa in the Upper Tallapoosa River System, Georgia and Alabama. Final Report to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Athens, Georgia. July 2003
Dennerline, D. E., and C. A. Jennings. 2000. Fisheries Investigaitons (1999): Richard B. Russell and J. Strom Thrumond Reservoirs. Final Report for Research Work Order 43. Prepared for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Savannah District)Savannah, GA. 54p + Appendices. January 2000
Conroy, M.J.2001. Adaptive Management framework for the monitoring of forest wildlife populations on national wildlife refuges. US Fish and Wildlife Service. p.118 August 2001
Conroy, M.J. and R.J. Cooper. 2001. Effects of Riparian Zone characteristics on the reproductive ecology of forest songbirds. US Fish and Wildlife Service.p.16 June 2001
Conroy, M.J. and P.F. Doherty. 2001. Development of a bird banding recapturel resighting database. Patuxent Wildlife Research Center. December 2002
Conroy, M.J. and J.C. Senar.2001. Sex specific survival in cardueline finches: when do the females die? NATO July 2001
Conroy, M.J. and E.A. Kramer. 2003. The Georgia Gap Analysis Project 2003. USGS/BRD/WRD, GA Dept of Natural Resources and the EPA. p111 August 2003
Conroy, M. J., J. T. Peterson, R. J. Cooper, C. T. Moore, B. J. Mattsson, R. S. Mordecai, and K. Pacifici. 2008. An adaptive sample survey design for the ivory billed woodpecker. Final Report to USGS/CRU. March 2008
Conroy, M. J., J. T. Peterson, C. T. Moore, J. Runge, J. Howell, and Z. Zhong. 2007. The effects of hydrologic stressors on wading bird foraging distributions in the Everglades from 1985 2000. Final Report to South Florida Water Management District. May 2007
Conroy, M. J., J. P. Carroll, R. J. Cooper, C. T. Moore, R. Thackston, R. Hamrick, and J. E. Howell. 2007. Adaptive decision support for landscape level conservation of birds in early successional habitats on private lands in Georgia. Final Report to USGS/BRD. August 2007
Conroy, M. J. 2006. Wildlife Demography: Analysis of Sex, Age, and Count Data [Book Review]. Auk. 123:1205-1207. November 2006
Beier, P., M. R. Vaughan, M. J. Conroy, and H. B. Quigley. 2003. An analysis of scientific literature related to the Florida panther. Final Project Report (Research Work Order No. 74) sumbitted to the US Fish and Wildlife (Jacksonville, FL). 66 pp. November 2003
Baker, T. L. and C. A. Jennings. 2001. Downstream through-dam movement of advanced Phase II striped bass stocked and Lake Blackshear, Georgia. Final Report to Georgia Department of Natural Resources (Project 10-25-RR251-124). 12 p. September 2001
Baker, T. L. and C. A. Jennings. 2000. Survival, movement patterns, and habitat use of adult striped bass in Lake Blackshear, GA. Final Project (Project No. 10-25-RR251-122)Report to Georgia Department of Natural Resources. 75 p. December 2000