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MAREX collaborates with national, regional, state and local partners to accomplish its core goals.

While some problems are unique to a particular community, many issues of importance are similar to those confronting neighboring counties and states. Listed below are the results of our work in the form of publications, brochures, pamplets and educational material produced by the University of Georgia Marine Extension Service (MAREX) faculty and staff.

Authors in bold print are or were employees of MAREX.

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Journal Publications

 PROFESSIONAL AND SCIENTIFIC JOURNAL PAPERS:

1. Adams, C., J.C. Cato, J. Easley, S. Kemp, B. Mahan, J. Manzi, M. Oesterling, R. Pomeroy, E. Thunberg, D. Vaughan and R.L. Walker. 1991. Investing in commercial hard clam culture: A comprehensive guide to the South Atlantic States. Florida Sea Grant Publication SGR-104 128 pp.
2. Adams, M.P., R.L. Walker and P.B. Heffernan. 1994. The effects of stocking density, bag mesh size and bottom sediment on the growth and survival of the eastern oyster, Crassostrea  virginica, with emphasis on controlling oyster spat fouling.  Journal of Applied Aquaculture 4: 25-44.
3. Adams, M.P., R.L. Walker, P.B. Heffernan and R.R. Reinert. 1991. Eliminating spat settlement on oysters cultured in coastal Georgia: A feasibility study. Journal of Shellfish Research 10: 207-213.
4. Angino, E.E., J.L. Harding and W.R. Bryant. 1972. Trace element geochemistry of carbonate sediments. Southern Gulf of Mexico. In contributions on the Geology of the Gulf of Mexico. Gulf Publishing Company, Houston, Texas
5. Arendt, MD, AL Segars, JI Byrd, J Boynton, JA Schwenter, JD Whitaker, and L Parker. Migration, distribution, and diving behavior of adult male loggerhead sea turtles (Caretta caretta) following dispersal from a major breeding aggregation in the Western North Atlantic. Marine Biology 159(1): 113-125.
6. Arendt, MD, AL Segars, JI Byrd, JB Boynton, JD Whitaker, L Parker, DW Owens, G Blanvillain, JM Quattro, and MA Roberts. Distributional patterns of adult male loggerhead sea turtles (Caretta caretta) in the vicinity of Cape Canaveral, Florida, USA during and after a major annual breeding aggregation. Marine Biology 159(1): 101-112.
7. Arendt, MD, AL Segars, JI Byrd, JB Boynton, JD Whitaker, L Parker, DW Owens, G Blanvillain, JM Quattro, and MA Roberts. Seasonal distribution patterns of juvenile loggerhead sea turtles (Caretta caretta) following capture from a shipping channel in the Northwest Atlantic Ocean. Marine Biology 159(1): 127-139.
8. Avise, J.C., A.J. Power and D. Walker. 2004. Genetic sex determination, gender identification, and pseudohermaphroditism in the knobbed whelk, Busycon carica (Mollusca: Melongenidae). Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B 271: 641-646.
9. 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.
10. Belcher, C.N. and C.A. Jennings. 2009.  Potential sources of survey bias associated with hand-retrieved longline catches of sub-adult sharks in Georgia‘s estuaries. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 29:1676-1685.
11. Belcher, C.N. and C.A. Jennings. 2009. Use of a fishery-independent trawl survey to evaluate distributional patterns of sub-adult sharks in Georgia. Marine and Coastal Fisheries: Dynamics, Management and Ecosystem Science 1:218-229.
12. 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(4): 349-359.
13. Benke, A.C., R.L. Henry III, D.M. Gillespie and R.J. Hunter. 1985. Importance of snag habitat for animal production in southeastern streams. Fisheries 10: 8-13.
14. Benke, A.C., T.C. Van Arsdall, Jr., D.M. Gillespie and F.K Parrish. 1984. Invertebrate production in a subtropical blackwater river: the importance of habitat and life history. Ecological Monograph 54: 25-63.
15. Benke, A.C., T.C. Van Arsdall, Jr., D.M. Gillespie and F.K Parrish. 1984. Invertebrate production in a subtropical blackwater river. Bioscience 34: 443-444.
16. Bishop, D.T., H.L. Miller III, R.L. Walker, D.H. Hurley, T. Menken, and C.E. Tilburg. 2010. Blue crab (Callinectes sapidus Rathbun, 1896) settlement at three Georgia (USA) estuarine sites. Estuaries and Coasts 33:688-698.
17. Bough, W.A. 1977. Shellfish components could represent future food ingredients. Food Product Development 11(8):90-92.
18. Bough, W.A., W. Salter, A. Wu, and B. Perkins. 1978. Influence of manufacturing variables on the characteristics and effectiveness of chitosan products. I. Chemical compsotion, viscosity, and molecular distribution of chitosan products. Biotechnology and Bioengineering 20:1931-1943.
19. Bough, W.A., A. Wu, T.E. Campbell, M. Holmes and B. Perkins. 1978. Influence of manufacturing variables on the characteristics and effectiveness of Chitosan products. II. Coagulation of activated sludge suspensions. Biotechnology and Bioengineering 20:1945-1955.
20. Bough, W.A., C.T. Young, N.L. Stephens and L.R. Beuchat. 1977. A microbiological media from shrimp waste? Food Engineering 49(9): 158.
21. Chen, C., J.Qi, C. Li, R.C. Beardsley, H. Lin, R. Walker and K. Gates. 2008. Complexity of the flooding/drying process in an estuarine tidal-creek salt-marsh system: An application of FVCOM. Journal of Geophysical Research 113, C07052, doi:10.1029/2007JC004328, July, 2008.
22. Chhabra, P., Y.W. Huang, J. Frank, E. Chemielewski and K. Gates. 2006. Fate of Saphylococcus aureus, Salmonella enterica, Serovar typhimurium and Vibrio vulnificus in raw oysters treated with chitosan. Journal of Food Protection 69(7): 1600-1604.
23. Christian, P.A., M.V. Rawson and T. Sheirling. 1987. Effectiveness of six trap types and other factors for harvesting pre-molt blue crabs (Callinectes sapidus) in a Georgia tidal creek. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 7: 63-70.
24. Cotton, C., R.L. Walker and T. Recicar. 2003. Effects of temperature and salinity on growth of juvenile black sea bass, with implications for aquaculture. North American Journal of Aquaculture 65: 330-338.
25. Cotton, C. and R.L. Walker. 2004. Comparison of four commercial diets and three feeding rates for black sea bass (Centropristis striata) fingerlings. Journal of Applied Aquaculture 16(3/4): 131-146.
26. Crenshaw, J.W., Jr., P.B. Heffernan and R.L. Walker. 1991. Heritability of growth rate in the southern bay scallop, Argopecten irradians concentricus. Journal of Shellfish Research 10: 55-63.
27. Crenshaw, J.W. Jr., P.B. Heffernan and R.L. Walker. 1996. Effects of growout density on heritability of growth rate in the northern quahog, Mercenaria mercenaria (Linnaeus, 1758).  Journal of Shellfish Research 15: 341-344.
28. Epstein, J., K. Payne and E. Krammer. 2002. Techniques for mapping suburban sprawl. Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing 63: 913-918.
29. Eversole, A.G. and P.B. Heffernan. 1995. Gonadal neoplasia in northern Mercenaria mercenaria (Linnaeus, 1758) and southern M. campechiensis (Gmelin, 1791) quahogs and their hybrids cultured in South Carolina. Journal of Shellfish Research 14: 33-40.
30. Fitz O. Clarke, F.O., J.B. Jensen and J.A. Crawford. 2011. Ophisaurus ventralis (Eastern Glass Lizard). Postmortem Predation - Natural History Notes; Herpetological Review 42(4): 606-607.
31. Gates, K.W., J.G. EuDaly. A.H. Parker and L.A. Pittman. 1985.  Quality and nutritional changes in frozen breaded shrimp stored in the wholesale and retail freezer. Journal of Food Science 50: 853-857 and 868.
32. Gates, K. and A.  Parker. 1992. Recovery of minced meat from blue crab picking plant by-products. Journal of Food Science 57: 267-270 and 290.
33. Gates, K. and A. Parker. 1992. Characterization of minced meat extracted from blue crab picking plants by-products. Journal of Food Science 57: 267-270 and 290.
34. Gates, K.W. and A.H. Parker. 1993. Refrigerated and frozen storage characteristics of minced meat extracted from blue crab picking plant by-products. Journal of Aquatic Food Product Technology 2: 15-45.
35. Gates, K. 1992. Waste reduction, water conservation, and recovery of seafood products. MTA Journal 25: 44-50.
36. Gates, K., A. Parker, D.L. Bauer and Y.W. Haung. 1993. Storage changes of fresh and pasteurized blue crab meat in different types of packing. Journal of Food Science 58: 314-317.
37. Gates, K., A. Parker, D.L. Bauer and Y.W. Haung. 1994. Weakfish (Polyprion americanus) composition and iced storage characteristics. Journal of Aquatic Food Product Technology 3: 79-96.
38. Gates, K., Y.-W. Huang, A.H. Parker, and D.P. Green. 1996. Quality characteristics of fresh blue crab meat held at 0 C and 4 C in tamper-evident containers. Journal of Food Protection 59: 299-305.
39. Gates, K.W., B.E. Perkins, J.G. EuDaly, A.S. Harrison and Wayne Bough. 1985. The impact of discharges from seafood processing on southeastern estuaries. Estuaries 8: 244-251.
40. Gillespie, D.M., D.L. Stites and A.C. Benke. 1985. An inexpensive sampler for use in sandy substrate. Freshwater Invertebrate Biology 4: 147-151.
41. Goldberg, R. and R.L. Walker. 1990. Cage culture of yearling surf clam, Spisula solidissima, in coastal Georgia. Journal of Shellfish Research 9: 187-194.
42. Gwak, W.S. 2003. Effects of shelter on growth and survival in age-0 black sea bass, Centropristis striata (L.). Aquaculture Research 34: 1387-1390.
43. Hales, L.S., Jr. and D.H. Hurley. 1991. Validation of daily increment formation in the otoliths of juvenile silver perch, Bairdiella  chrysoura. Estuaries 14: 199-206.
44. Harding, J.L. and A. Azhari. 1989. Geophysical survey of Darvel Bay, Sabah, North Borneo. Geological Survey of Malaysia, Special Publication 89. 27 p.
45. Harding, J.L. 1971. New techniques in seafloor mineral exploration. Journal of Marine Technology Society 5(6): 41-44.
46. Harding, J.L. and J.E. Noakes. 1978. Reconnaissance investigations of offshore phosphate deposits of Georgia and South Carolina. I.C. 49, Georgia Geological Survey, pp. 37-43. 
47. Hardisky, M.A. and R.J. Reimold. 1977. Salt-marsh Plant Geratology. Science 198: 612-614.
48. Harrison, M.A., D.M. Garren, Y.-W. Huang and K.W. Gates. 1996.  Risk of Clostridium botulinum type E production in packaged blue crab meat. Journal of Food Protection 59: 257-260.
49. Harrison, M., Y.-W. Huang, C. Chao, and T. Shineman. 1991. Fate of Listera monocytogenes on packaged, refrigerated, and frozen seafood. Journal of Food Protection. 54: 524-527.
50. Hartel, P., K. Gates, K. Payne, J. McDonald, K. Rodgers, S. Hemmings, J. Fisher and L. Genitt. 2005. Targeted sampling to determine sources of fecal contamination. Stormwater March/April 2005: 45-53.
51. Hartel, P., J.L. McDonald, L.C. Gentit, S.N. Hemmings, K. Rodgers, K.A. Smith, C.N. Belcher, R.L. Kuntz, Y.R.-Torres, E. Otero and E.C. Schroder. 2007. Improving flourometry as a source tracking method to detect human fecal contamination. Estuaries and Coasts 30(3): 551-561.
52. Heffernan, P.B. and R.L. Walker. 1988. Preliminary observations on oyster pearl net cultivation in coastal Georgia. Northeast Gulf Science 10: 33-43.
53. Heffernan, P.B. and R.L. Walker. 1989. Quantitative image analysis methods for use in histological studies of bivalve reproduction. Journal of Molluscan Study 55: 135-137.
54. Heffernan, P.B. and R.L. Walker. 1989. Gametogenic cycles of three marine bivalves in Wassaw Sound, Georgia III Geukensia  demissa (Dillwyn). Journal of Shellfish Research 8: 327-334.
55. Heffernan, P.B., R.L. Walker and J.L. Carr. 1989. Gametogenic cycles of three marine bivalves in Wassaw Sound, Georgia I Mercenaria mercenaria (L.). Journal of Shellfish Research 8: 51-60.
56. Heffernan, P.B., R.L. Walker and J.L. Carr. 1989. Gametogenic cycles of three marine bivalves in Wassaw Sound, Georgia II Crassostrea virginica (Gmelin). Journal of Shellfish Research 8: 61-70.
57. Heffernan, P.B., R.L. Walker and J.W. Crenshaw, Jr. 1988. Growth of Georgia Mercenaria mercenaria (L.) juveniles in an experimental scale downweller system. Georgia Journal of Science 46: 174-181.
58. Heffernan, P.B., R.L. Walker and J.W. Crenshaw, Jr. 1991. Negative larval response to selection for increased growth rate in the northern quahog, Mercenaria mercenaria. Journal of Shellfish Research 10: 197-202.
59. Heffernan, P.B., R.L. Walker and J.W. Crenshaw, Jr. 1992. Embryonic and larval responses to selection for increased rate of growth in adult bay scallops, Argopecten irradians  concentricus (Say). Journal of Shellfish Research 11: 21-25.
60. Heffernan, P.B., R.L. Walker and D.M. Gillespie. 1988. Biological feasibility of growing the northern bay scallop, Argopecten irradians irradians (Lamarck, 1819), in coastal waters of Georgia. Journal of Shellfish Research 7: 83-88.
61. Helfman, G., D. Stoneburner, E. Bozeman, P. Christian and R. Whalen. 1983. Ultrasonic telemetry of American eel movements in a tidal creek. Transaction of the American Fisheries Society 112: 105-110.
62. Henry, V.J., R.T. Giles and J.L. Harding. 1979. Geological evaluation of potential pipeline corridors along the Georgia coast. 2nd Symposium on the Geology of the Georgia coastal plain. Georgia Geological Survey I.C. No. 53, pp. 154-169.
63. Huang, Y.W., K. Kouadio and K. Gates. 1993. Microbiological, sensory and chemical assessment of prepackaged weakfish during iced storage. Journal of Aquatic Food Product Technology 2: 135-144.
64. Huang, Y.W., C.K. Leung, M.A. Harrison and K.W. Gates. 1993. Fate of Listeria monocytogenes and Aeromonas hydrophila on catfish fillets cooked in a microwave oven. Journal of Food Science 58: 519-521.
65. Huang, Y.-W., K. Kouadio and K. Gates. 1992. Effects of packing on chemical changes and quality of refrigerated spot (Leiostomus xanthurus). Journal of Aquatic Food Product Technology 1: 111-128.
66. Huang, Y.-W., K. Kouadio and K. Gates. 1992. Microbiological, sensory and chemical assessment of prepackaged weakfish during iced storage. Journal of Aquatic Food Product Technology 2: 135-144.
67. Huang, Y.-W. 1988. Cannonball jellyfish (Stomolophus meleagris) as a food resource. Journal of Food Science 53: 341-343.
68. Humphrey, C.M. and R.L. Walker. 1982. The occurrence of Mercenaria mercenaria form notata in Georgia and South Carolina: calculation of phenotypic and genotypic frequencies. Malacologia 23: 75-79.
69. Hurley, D.H. and R.L. Walker. 1996. The effects of larval stocking density on growth and survival of laboratory reared Spisula solidissima similis. Journal of Shellfish Research 15: 715-718.
70. Hurley, H.D. and R.L. Walker. 1997. Effects of temperature and salinity on growth and survival of  Spisula solidissima similis (Say, 1822) larvae. Journal of the World Aquaculture Society 28: 407-411.
71. Hurley, H.D., R.L. Walker and F.X. O'Beirn. 1997. Growth and survival of Spisula solidissima similis fed different rations of Tahitian strain Isochrysis sp. Journal of Shellfish Research 16: 151-155.
72. Jager, Y., M. Bevelhimer, R. King, and K. Smith. 2011. Landscape influences on headwater streams on Fort Steward, Georgia, USA. Environmental Management 48:795-807.

73. Kanti, A., P.B. Heffernan and R.L. Walker. 1993. Gametogenic cycle of the southern surf clam, Spisula solidissima similis (Say, 1822), from St. Catherines Sound, Georgia. Journal Shellfish Research 12: 255-261.
74. Kim, S.H., Y.-W. Huang, and J.A. Carpenter. 1990. Effect of surimi addition to fresh pasta on ultra-structure and cooked firmness. Journal of Food Science 55: 1481-1483.
75. King, E.L., D.S. Bachoon and K. W. Gates.  2007. Rapid detection of human fecal contamination in estuarine environments by PCR targeting of Bifidobacterium adolescentis.  Journal of Microbiological Methods 68:76-81.
76. Kreauter, J.N. and E.M. Seztler. 1975. The seasonal cycle of scyphozoa and cubozoa in Georgia Estuaries. Bulletin of Marine Science 25: 66-74.
77. Kuntz, R.L., P.G. Hartel, D.G. Godfrey, J.L. McDonald, K.W. Gates and W.I. Segars. 2003. Targeted sampling protocol as prelude to bacterial source tracking with Enterococcus faecalis. Journal of Environmental Quality 32: 2311-2318.
78. Lee, R.F. and P.B. Heffernan. 1991. Lipids and proteins in the eggs of the eastern oysters (Crassostrea virginica (Gmelin, 1791)) and northern quahogs (Mercenaria mercenaria (Linnaeus, 1758)).  Journal of Shellfish Research 10: 203-206.
79. Lewis, E.J., F.G. Kern, A. Rosenfield, S.A. Stevens, R.L. Walker and P.B. Heffernan. 1992. Lethal parasites in oysters from coastal Georgia, with discussion of disease and management implications. Marine Fisheries Review 54: 1-6.
80. Linthurst, R.A. and R.J. Reimold. 1978. An evaluation of methods for estimating the net aerial primary productivity of estuarine angiosperms. Journal of Applied Ecology 15: 919-931.
81. Linthurst, R.A. and R.J. Reimold. 1978. Estimated net aerial primary productivity for selected estuarine angiospems in Maine, Delaware, and Georgia. Ecology 59: 945-955.
82. Manley, J., A. Power, R. Walker, D. Hurley, C. Belcher and J. Richardson. 2010. Ecological succession on restored intertidal oyster habitat in a coastal Georgia tidal creek. Journal of Shellfish Research 29: 917-926.
83. McDonald, J.L., P.G. Hartel, L.C. Gentit, C.N. Belcher, K.W. Gates, K. Rodgers, J.A. Fisher, K.A. Smith, and K.A. Payne. 2006. Identifying sources of fecal contamination inexpensively with targeted sampling and bacterial source tracking. Journal of Environmental Quality 35: 889-897.
84. Meile, C., W.P. Porubsky, R.L. Walker and K. Payne, 2010. Natural attenuation of nitrogen loading from septic effluents: Spatial and environmental controls. Water Research 43: 1399-1408.
85. Meyerhoff, A.A. and J.L. Harding. 1971. Some problems in current concepts of Continental drift. Journal of Tectonophysics 12: 235-260.
86. Montague, C.L., W.R. Fey and D.M. Gillespie. 1982. A casual hypothesis explaining predator-prey dynamics in Great Salt Lake, Utah. Ecological Modeling 17: 171-176.
87. Moroney, D.A. and R.L. Walker. 1998. Recruitment patterns of the eastern oyster Crassostrea virginica in House Creek, Little Tybee Island, Georgia. Journal of Shellfish Research 17: 1085-1091.
88. Moroney, D.A. and R.L. Walker. 1999. The effects of tidal and bottom placement of the growth, survival and fouling of the eastern oyster, Crassostrea virginica. Journal of the World Aquaculture Society 30: 433-442.
89. Morrison, C.R., D.S. Bachoon and K.W. Gates. 2008. Quantification of enterococci and bifidobacteria in Georgia estuaries using conventional and molecular methods. Water Research 42: 4001-4009.
90. Mosher K., A. Power, P. Sloan, S. Olson, S. Chan and R. Goettel, 2010.  Aquatic Invaders: Sea Grant/AZA project explains pathways to zoo and aquarium audiences.  Aquatic Invasions 5: 115-117. 
91. Mu, D., Y.W. Huang, K.W. Gates and W.H. Wu. 1997. Effect of trisodium phosphate on Listeria monocytogenes attached to rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykis) and shrimp (Penaeus spp.) during refrigerated storage. Journal of Food Safety 17: 37-46.
92. Nelson, J., S. Guarda, L.E. Cowell, and P.B. Heffernan. 1992. Evaluation of microalgae clones for mass culture in a subtropical greenhouse hatchery. Growth rates and biochemical compositions at 30 C. Aquaculture 106: 357-377.
93. Noakes, J.E., J.L. Harding and J.D. Spaulding. 1974. Locating offshore mineral deposits by natural radioactive measurements. Journal of the Marine Technology Society 8, No. 5 
94. O'Beirn, F.X., C. Dean, and R.L. Walker. 1994. Prevalence of Perkinsus marinus infection in the eastern oyster, Crassostrea virginica, in relation to tidal placement in Jointer Creek, Georgia. Northeast Gulf Science 13: 79-87.
95. O'Beirn, F.X., P.B. Heffernan and R.L. Walker. 1995. Preliminary recruitment studies of the eastern oyster, Crassostrea  virginica, and their potential applications in coastal Georgia. Aquaculture 136: 231-242.
96. O'Beirn, F.X., P.B. Heffernan and R.L. Walker. 1996. Enhancement of subtidal oysters, Crassostrea virginica, recruitment using mesh bag enclosures. Journal of Shellfish Research 15: 313- 318.
97. O'Beirn, F.X., P.B. Heffernan and R.L. Walker. 1996. Recruitment of the eastern oysters, Crassostrea virginica, in coastal Georgia: Patterns and recommendations. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 16: 413-426.
98. O'Beirn, F.X., P.B. Heffernan, R.L. Walker and M. L. Jansen. 1995. 'Young of the year' oyster, Crassostrea virginica reproduction in coastal Georgia. Estuaries 18: 651-658.
99. O'Beirn, F.X., R.L. Walker, M.L. Jansen and P.B. Heffernan. 1998. Microgeographic variation of gametogenesis and sex ratios in Crassostrea virginica. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 127: 298-308.
100. O'Beirn, F.X. and R.L. Walker. 1999. Pea crab, Pinnotheres  ostreum (Say, 1817), in the eastern oyster, Crassostrea virginica (Gmelin, 1791): prevalence and apparent adverse effects on oyster gonadal development. The Veliger 42: 17-20.
101. O'Beirn, F.X., R.L. Walker, D.H. Hurley and D.A. Moroney. 1997. Culture of surfclams, Spisula solidissima sp. in coastal Georgia: Nursery culture. Journal of Shellfish Research 16: 157-160.
102. O'Beirn, F.X., R.L. Walker and M.L. Jansen. 1997. Reproductive biology and parasite (Perkinsus marinus) prevalence in the eastern oyster, Crassostrea virginica within a Georgia tidal river. Journal of Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society 113: 22-36.
103. Payne, K.A., K. Samples, J. Epstein, A. Ostrander, J.W. Lee, J.P. Schmidt, S. Mathies, M. Elliott, J. Nackone, S. Sand, F.  Hay, M. Merill, M. Golbali, M. Higgens, J. Howell and L. Kramer. 2003. Multisource data integration for Georgia land-cover mapping. Southeastern Geographer 43:1-27.
104. Payne, K.A. 2002. Graph theory and open-space network design. Landscape Research 27: 167-179.
105. Pfeiffer, T.J., T.B. Lawson and K.A. Rusch. 1999. Northern quahog, Mercenaria mercenaria, seed clam waste characterization study: precursor to a recirculating culture system design. Aquacultural Engineering 20: 149-161.
106. Pfeiffer, T.J., and K.A. Rusch. 2000. An integrated system for microalgal and nursery seed clam culture. Aquacultural Engineering 24: 15-31.
107. Pfeiffer, T. and K.A. Rusch. 2001. Comparison of three culture methods for the intensive culture of northern quahog seed, Mercenaria mercenaria. Journal of the World Aquaculture Society. 32: 11-20.
108. Power, A., B. Corley, D. Atkinson, R. Walker, D. Harris, J. Manley and T. Johnson. 2010. A caution against interpreting and quantifying Georgia’s oyster habitat loss from historical surveys. Journal of Shellfish Research 29: 1-10.
109. Power, A.J., E. Covington, T. Recicar, R.L. Walker and N. Eller. 2002. Observations on the egg capsules and hatchlings of the knobbed whelk, Busycon carica in coastal Georgia. Journal of Shellfish Research 21:769-776.
110. Power, A.J. and R. Walker. 2007. Laboratory growth of hatchling Florida Banded Tulips, Fascolaria lilium hunteria (G. Perry, 1811) in Georgia. The Veliger 48(4): 309-312.
111. Power, A., B. McCrickard, M. Mitchell, E. Covington, M. Sweeney-Reeves, K. Payne and R.L. Walker. 2006. Perkinsus marinus in coastal Georgia, USA, following a prolonged drought. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms 73: 151-158.
112. Power, A.J., J. Nunez, M. Mitchell, R.L. Walker and L. Sturmer. 2004. Reproductive patterns of the blood ark, Anadara ovalis from the northeast coast of Florida. Journal of Shellfish Research 23: 173-178.
113. Power, A., L. Sturmer, C. Lucas, M. Sweeney-Reeves, R.L. Walker and J. Manley. 2005. Gametogenic cycle of the ponderous ark, Noetia ponderosa (Say, 1822), from Cedar Keys, Florida. Journal of Shellfish Research 24: 69-73.
114. Power, A.J. and R. Walker. 2006. Observations on a juvenile cohort of the cut-ribbed ark, Anadara floridana (Conrad, 1869) in coastal Georgia. American Malacological Bulletin 21: 39-44.
115. Power, A. and R.L. Walker. 2001. Growth and survival of the blood ark, Anadara ovalis (Bruguière, 1789), cultured in mesh bag systems on soft-bottom sediments in the coastal waters of Georgia. Journal of the World Aquaculture Society 32(3): 269-277.
116. Power, A.J. and R.L. Walker. 2002. Growth and gametogenesis in the blood ark, Anadara ovalis, (Bruguiére, 1789), in coastal Georgia. Journal of Shellfish Research 21: 157-162.
117. Power, A., R.L. Walker, K.A. Payne and D. Hurley. 2004. First occurrence of the non-indigenous green mussel, Perna viridis (Linnaeus, 1758) in coastal Georgia, USA. Journal of Shellfish Research 23: 741-744.
118. Sanchez-Brambila, G.Y., B.G. Lyon, Y.W. Huang, C.E. Lyon and K.W. Gates. 2002. Sensory characteristics and instrumental texture attributes of abalones, Haliotis fulgens and H. cracherodii. Journal of Food Science 67(3): 1233-1239.
119. Sanchez-Brambila, G.Y., B.G. Lyon, Y.W. Huang, J.R. Santiago, C.E. Lyon and K.W. Gates. 2002. Sensory and textile quality of canned whelk (Astrea undosa) subjected to tenderizing treatments. Journal of Food Science 67(4): 1559-1563.
120. Seim, H., B. Bacon, C. Barans, M. Fletcher, K. Gates, R. Jahnke, E. Kearns, R. Lea, M. Luther, C. Mooers, J. Nelson, D. Porter, L. Shay, M. Spranger, J. Thigpen, R. Weisberg, F. Werner. 2003. SEA-COOS - A Model for a Multi-State, Multi-Institutional Regional Observation System, MTS Journal, 37(3): 92-101.
121. Shalack, J., A. Power and R.L. Walker. 2011. Hand harvesting quickly depletes intertidal whelk population. American Malacological Bulletin 29: 37-50.
122. Smith, J.O. 1974. Land use planning in Georgia’s coastal zone. Conservancy Fall 1974: 20-23.
123. Smith, J.O. and D.L. Marshall. 1974. Mariculture: A new Ocean Use. Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law. 4: 307-342.
124. Smith, J.O. and J.L. Sammons. 1974. Public rights in Georgia's tidelands. Georgia Law Review 9: 79-114.
125. Smith, M., C. Roheim, L. Chowder, B. Halpern, M. Turnipseed, J. Anderson, F. Asche, L. Bourillon, A. Guttormsen, A. Khan, L. Liguori, A. McNevin, M. O’Connor, D. Squires, P. Tyedmers, C. Brownstein, K. Carden, D. Klinger, R. Sagarin and K. Selkoe. 2010. Sustainability and global seafood. Science 327: 784-786.
126. Spruck, C., R.L. Walker, M. Sweeney and D. Hurley. 1995.  Gametogenic cycle in the non-native Atlantic surf clam, Spisula solidissima (Dillwyn, 1817), cultured in the coastal waters of Georgia. Gulf Research Reports 9: 131-137.
127. Stearns, D.E., P.A. Tester and R.L. Walker.1989. Diel changes in the egg production rate of Acartia tonsa Dana (Copepoda, Calanoida) and related environmental factors in two estuaries. Marine Ecology Progress Series 52: 7-16.
128. Stickney, R. and D. Miller. 1974. Chemistry and biology of the lower Savannah River. Journal of Water Pollution Control Federation 46: 2316-2326.
129. Stickney, R., D.B. White and D. Miller. 1973. Observation of fin use in relation to feeding and resting behavior in flat fishes (Pleuronectiformis). Copeia 1: 154-156.
130. Stivers, T. 2009. The risk of Vibrio infection in gastroenterology patients. Practical Gastroenterology Journal 33(5): 37-43.
131. Stivers, T. 2008. Diagnosing and treating deadly Vibrio vulnificus infection. Journal of Emergency Nursing 34(2): 139-141.
132. Stivers, T. and K.W. Gates. 2000. Survey of grocery store seafood employees. Dairy, Food and Environmental Sanitation. 20: 746-752.
133. Sweeney, M.L. and R.L. Walker. 1998. The gametogenic cycle of the scorched mussel, Brachidontes exustus (Linnaeus, 1758), at Wassaw Island, Georgia. American Malacological Bulletin 12: 149-156.
134. Timmons, M. 2004. Ooey gooey fish guts! Science Scope 27(7): 28-32.
135. Timmons, M. 2003. Inquiring Minds. The Science Teacher 70(7): 31-41.
136. Timmons, M. 2003. Sea turtle hatching survival game: an integrated activity for math, science and reading instructors. Current: The Journal of Marine Science Education, Vol. 19 No. 3, December
137. Timmons, M. and R.N. Brey.  1997. Age, growth, and reproductive seasonality of the Shovelnose Quitarfish, Rhinobatus productus (Ayres). Fishery Bulletin 95: 349-359.
138. Timmons, M. and A.L. Frick. 2004. Living, learning, teaching: how to grow an internship. Currents: The Journal of Marine Education, May 2004, Vol. 20 No. 2 .
139. Timmons, M., C. Muir, P. Shlein, and S. Finkle. 2001. Tiny hands and scattered arms: human handling effects on the slender sea star Luidia clathrata. American Zoo and Aquarium Society Communique December 2001 
140. Timmons, M. and K.S. Price. 1996. The macroalgae and associated fauna of Rehoboth and Indian River Bays, Delaware. Botanica Marina 39: 231-238.
141. Tripathi, N.J., K.S. Latimer, C.R. Gregory, B.W. Ritchie, R.E. Wooley and R.L. Walker, 2005. Development and evaluation of an experimental model of cutaneous columnaris disease in koi Cyprinus carpio. Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation 17: 45-54.
142. Walker, D.E., A.J. Power and J.C. Avise, 2005. Sex-linked markers facilitate genetic parentage analyses in knobbed whelk broods. Journal of Heredity 96(2): 1-6.
143. Walker, D., A. Power, M. Sweeney-Reeves and J. Avise. 2007. Multiple paternity and female sperm usage along egg-case strings of the knobbed whelks, Busycon carica (Mollusca; Melongenidae). Marine Biology 151: 53-61.
144. Walker, R.L., 1981. The distribution of the Atlantic oyster drill, Urosalpinx cinerea (Say), in Wassaw Sound, Georgia. Georgia Journal of Science 39: 127-139.
145. Walker, R.L., 1982. The gastropod, Thais haemastoma, in Georgia: T.h. floridana or T.h. canaliculata? Gulf Research Reports 7: 183-184.
146. Walker, R.L., 1983. Feasibility of mariculture of the hard clam, Mercenaria mercenaria (Linne), in coastal Georgia. Journal of Shellfish Research 3: 169-174.
147. Walker, R.L., 1984. Effects of density and sampling time on the growth of the hard clam, Mercenaria mercenaria, planted in predator-free cages in coastal Georgia. The Nautilus 98: 114-119.
148. Walker, R.L. 1985. Growth and optimum seeding time for the hard clam, Mercenaria mercenaria (L.) in coastal Georgia. The Nautilus 99: 127-133.
149. Walker, R.L. 1988. Observations on intertidal whelk (Busycon and Busycotypus) populations in Wassaw Sound, Georgia. Journal of Shellfish Research 7: 473-478.
150. Walker, R.L. 1989. Exploited and unexploited hard clam, Mercenaria mercenaria (L.), populations in coastal Georgia. Contributions in Marine Science 31: 61-75.
151. Walker, R.L. 1990. The prevalence of Diplothyra smithii Tryon relative to the habitat of its host, Mercenaria mercenaria (L.) in coastal Georgia. Northeast Gulf Science 11: 59-62.
152. Walker, R.L. 1998. Comparative gametogenesis of Spisula solidissima solidissima and Spisula solidissima similis cultured in coastal Georgia. Journal of the World Aquaculture Society 29: 304-312.
153. Walker, R.L. 1998. Growth and survival of the blood ark, Anadara ovalis (Bruguière, 1789), in coastal Georgia. Georgia Journal of Science 56: 181-200.
154. Walker, R.L. 2001. Effects of stocking density on growth and survival of Atlantic surfclams in bottom cages versus mesh bags. Journal of Shellfish Research. 20:1173-1176.
155. Walker, R.L. and P.B. Heffernan. 1990. The effects of cage mesh size and tidal level cage placement on the growth and survival of clams, Mercenaria mercenaria (L.) and Spisula solidissima (Dillwyn), in the coastal waters of Georgia. Northeast Gulf Science 11: 29-38.
156. Walker, R.L. and P.B. Heffernan. 1990. Plastic mesh covers for field growing of clams, Mercenaria mercenaria (L.), Mya arenaria (L.), and Spisula solidissima (Dillwyn), in the coastal waters of Georgia. Georgia Journal of Science 48:  88-95.
157. Walker, R.L. and P.B. Heffernan. 1990. Mariculture potential of the Atlantic surf clam, Spisula solidissima (Dillwyn, 1817), in coastal waters of Georgia. Georgia Journal of Science 48: 168-176.
158. Walker, R.L. and P.B. Heffernan. 1990. Intertidal growth and survival of northern quahogs, Mercenaria mercenaria (Linnaeus, 1758), and Atlantic surf clams, Spisula solidissima (Dillwyn, 1817), in Georgia. Journal of the World Aquaculture Society 21: 307-313.
159. Walker, R.L. and P.B. Heffernan. 1994. Age, growth rate, and size of the southern surf clam, Spisula solidissima similis (Say, 1822), (Bivalvia: Mactridae). Journal of Shellfish Research13: 433-441.   
160. Walker, R.L. and P.B. Heffernan. 1994. Gametogenesis of the Carolina marshclam, Polymesoda caroliniana (Bosc), from coastal Georgia. American Malacological Bulletin 11: 57-66.
161. Walker, R.L. and P.B. Heffernan. 1994. Temporal and spatial effects of intertidal exposure on the gametogenic cycle of the northern quahog, Mercenaria mercenaria (Linnaeus, 1758), in coastal Georgia. Journal of Shellfish Research 13: 479-486.
162. Walker, R.L. and P.B. Heffernan. 1995. Sex ratio of the northern quahog according to age, size, and habitat from coastal Georgia. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 124: 929-934.
163. Walker, R.L. and P.B. Heffernan. 1996. Adult age-specific embryonic viability in the northern quahog. Transaction of the American Fisheries Society 16: 633-639.
164. Walker, R.L., P.B. Heffernan, J.W Crenshaw, Jr. and J. Hoats.1991. The effects of mesh size, stocking density, and depth of the growth and survival of pearl net cultured bay scallops, Argopecten irradians concentricus, in shrimp ponds in South Carolina, U.S.A. Journal of Shellfish Research 10: 465-469.
165. Walker, R.L., P.B. Heffernan and S.A. Stevens. 1989. Hard clam harvesting season in the coastal waters of Georgia. Malacology Data Net 2: 105-112.
166. Walker, R.L. P.B. Heffernan, D.H. Hurley, S. Guarda and M.P. Adams. 1997. Growth of Mercenaria mercenaria larvae and juveniles fed two microalga species under greenhouse conditions in coastal Georgia. Georgia Journal of Science 55: 231-240.
167. Walker, R.L. and C.M. Humphrey. 1984. Growth and survival of the northern hard clam, Mercenaria mercenaria (L.), from Georgia, Virginia and Massachusetts in coastal waters of Georgia. Journal of Shellfish Research 4: 125-129.
168. Walker, R.L. and D.H. Hurley. 1995. Optimum conditioning temperatures for the hatchery production of eggs for Spisula solidissima similis (Say, 1822) (Bivalvia: Mactridae).  Georgia Journal of Science 53: 127-136.           
169. Walker, R.L., D.H. Hurley and M.L. Jansen. 1996. Fecundity of the southern Atlantic surfclam, Spisula solidissima similis. The Progressive Fish-Culturist 58: 253-257.
170. Walker, R.L., D.H. Hurley and R. Kupfer. 1998. Growth and survival of Atlantic surfclams, Spisula solidissima, larvae and juveniles fed various microalga diets. Journal of Shellfish Research 17: 211-214.
171. Walker, R.L., D.H. Hurley, and D.A. Moroney. 1997. Culture of juvenile Atlantic surfclams, Spisula solidissima solidissima and Spisula solidissima similis, in forced-flow upwellers in a bivalve hatchery in Georgia. Journal of the World Aquaculture Society 28: 27-33.
172. Walker, R.L., D.H. Hurley, F.X. O'Beirn, and D.A. Moroney. 1998. Comparative growth and survival of Atlantic surfclams, Spisula solidissima solidissima, and southern Atlantic surfclams, Spisula solidissima similis, in field culture in coastal Georgia. Journal of the World Aquaculture Society. 29: 304-312.
173. Walker, R.L. and F.X. O'Beirn. 1996. Embryonic and larval development of Spisula solidissima similis (Say, 1822) (Bivalvia: Mactridae). The Veliger 39: 60-64.
174. Walker, R.L. and A. Power. 2004. Growth and gametogenesis in the transverse ark, Anadara transversa (Say, 1822), in coastal Georgia. American Malacological Bulletin 18: 55-60.
175. Walker, R.L. and A.J. Power. 2001. Growth and gametogenic cycle of the crested oyster, Ostrea equestris (Say, 1834), in coastal Georgia. Journal of Shellfish Research 20:  945-949.
176. Walker, R.L., T. Recicar, A. Power and M. Sweeney-Reeves. 2003. Observations on growth and gametogenesis of the paper mussel, Amygdalum papyrium (Conrad, 1846), from coastal Georgia. The Veliger 46: 86-89.
177. Walker, R.L. and S.A. Stevens. 1991. Increasing northern quahog harvest by using closed shellfishing areas in coastal Georgia. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 11: 267-276.
178. Walker, R.L. and S.A. Stevens. 1989. Hard clam harvesting season in coastal Georgia. Malacology Data Net 2:105-112.
179. Walker, R.L. and K.R. Tenore. 1984. The distribution and production of the hard clam, Mercenaria mercenaria, in Wassaw Sound, Georgia. Estuaries 7: 19-27.
180. Walker, R.L. and K.R. Tenore. 1984. Growth and production of the dwarf surf clam, Mulinia lateralis (Say, 1822), in Georgia Estuary. Gulf Research Reports 7: 357-363.
181. White, Katherine, Maryellen Timmons, and Paul Meddars. 2011. One Fish Two Fish Red Fish You Fish! The Science Teacher. Vol.78, No. 2., pages 28-33.
182. Wu., A. W.A. Bough, M. Holmes and B. Perkins. 1978. Influence of manufacturing variables on the characteristics and effectiveness of chitosan products. III. Coagulation of cheese whey solids. Biotechnology and Bioengineering 20: 1957-1966.
183. Zheng, M., Y.W. Huang, S.O. Nelson, P.G. Bartley and K.W. Gates. 1998. Dielectric properties and thermal conductivity of marinated shrimp and channel catfish. Journal of Food Science 63: 668-672.

Book Chapters and Symposiums

BOOK CHAPTERS:

1. Humphrey, C.M. and J.W. Crenshaw, Jr. 1989. Clam genetics. In:  J.J. Manzi and M.A. Castagna (eds), Clam Mariculture in North American. New York, Elsevier Publishers, pp. 323-356.
2. Noakes, J.E. and J.L. Harding. 1992. Overview of nuclear techniques for seafloor surveying, Chapter 11. In: Geyer, R. (ed.), Handbook of Geophysical Exploration at Sea. CRC Press, Ann Arbor, MI.
3. Reimold, R. 1976. Grazing on wetland meadows. pp. 219-225, In: Wiley, M. (ed.), Estuarine Processes Vol. I Uses, Stresses and Adaptation to the Estuary. Academic Press, New York
4. Reimold, R. 1977. Mangals and salt marshes of eastern United States. pp 157-166. In: Chapman, V.J. (ed.). Wet Coastal Ecosystems, Elsevier, Amsterdam
5. Reimold, R.J. 1977. Constructive use of dredge spoil. pp. 589-593. In:  Clark, J.R. (ed), Coastal Ecosystems Management. John Wiley and Sons, Inc., New York


PROCEEDINGS OF CONFERENCES, SYMPOSIUMS AND WORKSHOPS:


1. Akinkanju, T., Y. Bey, C.R. Bodrey, A. Brown, L.R. Carter, C. Copley, L. Grisar, E. Hendrix, M. Navarro, A. Nishimura, E. Poter, M. Thomas, C. Turner. 2010. Preparing a Framework for Analysis of International Development Non-profit Organizations. Association for International Agriculture and Extension Education Annual Conference. Proceedings of the 26th Annual Meeting. Saskatchewan, Canada
2. Alber, M., J. Floy and K. Payne. (2005). Water quality conditions near Cumberland Island, Georgia. In: K.J. Hatcher (ed.). Proceedings of the 2005 Georgia Water Resources Conference, April 25-27, Athens, GA pp. 904-908.
3. Alber, M., C. Alexander, J. Blanton, A. Chalmers, and K.W. Gates.  2003. The Satilla River Estuarine System: The Current State of Knowledge.  A report submitted to The Georgia Sea Grant College Program and The South Carolina Sea Grant Consortium.  53 p.
4. Austin, K.L. and K.W. Gates.  2001.  Physical, Chemical, and Biological Monitoring of the Satilla River.  Proceedings of the Georgia Water Resources Conference, March 26-27, 2001, University of Georgia pp. 623-626.
5. Bodrey, R. and K.W. Gates. 2011. Coastal Georgia OSDS: Geo-location, Inspection & Maintenance Project. Georgia Water Resources Conference. Athens, Georgia.
6. Bough, W.A. and D.R. Landers. 1978. Treatment of food-processing wastes with chitosan and nutritional evaluation of coagulated by-products. Uzzarelli, R.A.A. and E.R. Pariser (Ed.). Proceedings of the First International Conference on Chitin/Chitosan. May 1978. Pp. 218-230.
7. Bough, W.A. and B.E. Perkins. 1977. Recovery of by-products from seafood effluents. Hess, W.R., Jr. (Ed.). Proceedings of the Interstate Seafood Seminar, October 4-7, 1977. Pp. 201-213.
8. Christian, P.A. and D.L. Harrington. 1988. Soft-turtle excluder device (TED) testing at Cape Canaveral, Florida. IN: Proceedings of the 8th Annual Workshop on Sea Turtle Conservation and Biology, February 1988, pp. 7-10, NOAA Technical Memorandum (NFMS-SEFC-214).
9. Christian, P.A. and D.L. Harrington. 1987. Loggerhead turtle, finfish, and shrimp retention studies on four turtle excluder devices (TEDs). IN: Proceedings of the 3rd Southeastern Non-game and Endangered Wildlife Symposium, Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Social Circle, GA.,  pp. 114-127.
10. Crenshaw, J.W., Jr., P.B. Heffernan, and R.L. Walker. 1993. Heritability in growth rate in the northern quahog, Mercenaria mercenaria (Linnaeus, 1758). Proceeding of the Symposium on Aquaculture of Selective Marine Herbivores and Crustacea, 17-19 November, 1992 at Martin Ryan Marine Institute, Galway University,  Galway, Ireland. Connecticut Sea Grant College Program, Publication Number CT-56-93-05, pp. 10-15.
11. Gates, K.W. and C.M.A. Wu. 1978. Process development for a foreign marketable fish product from underutilized fish. Proceedings of the third annual tropical and subtropical fisheries   technological conference of the Americas. Rep, Texas A & M University, Sea Grant Program, College Station, TX, Sept. 1978,  p. 29-44.
12. Gates, K.G., J.G. EuDaly, A.S. Harrison and L.A. Pittman. 1984. Nutritional, chemical, microbial, and organoleptic changes in breaded shrimp stored in wholesale and retail freezers. In: Proceedings of the Ninth Annual Tropical and Subtropical Fisheries Conference of the Americas, pp. 128-201. College Station, TX
13. Gates, K.G., J.G. EuDaly, A.S. Harrison and L.A. Pittman. 1984. The evaluation of the effects of three post processing dips, 1% sodium bisulfate, 100 ppm calcium hypochlorida, and 20 ppm chloride dioxide on their shelf life of fresh calico scallops. In: Proceedings of the Ninth Annual Tropical and Subtropical Fisheries Conference of the Americas, pp. 220-268. College Station, TX.
14. Gates, K.W., J.G. EuDaley, A.S. Harrison, L.A. Pittman and S.L. Stephens. 1984. In plant use of a micro-computer and a portable pyrometer to monitor heat penetration of retorted live blue crab by-products. In: Proceedings of the Twelfth Annual Tropical and Subtropical Fisheries Conference of the Americas, pp. 55-86., College Station, TX.
15. Gates, K.W., J.G. EuDaley, A.H. Parker and C.A. Greene. 1988. Characterization of minced meat recovered from blue crab by-products. IN: Proceeding of the Twelfth Annual Tropical and Subtropical Fisheries Conference of the Americas. Pp. 252-270. Gainesville, FL.
16. Gates, K.W., A.H. Parker, D.L. Bauer and Y.W. Haung. 1993. Chemical, microbiological, physical, and sensory changes in iced and frozen wreckfish (Polyprion americanus). Proceedings of the Seventeenth Annual Tropical and Subtropical Fisheries Conference of the Americas. Pp.
17. Gates, K.W., A.H. Parker, A.H. Green, Y.W. Huang and L.R. Lovett. 1996. Storage characteristic of cryogenically and blast frozen blue crab meat held in vacuum and modified atmosphere packages - A ten-month storage test. Proceedings of the joint Annual Meetings of the Tropical and Subtropical Seafood & Technology Society and Atlantic Fisheries Technological Society. Clearwater, FL., November 3-6
18. Gates, K.W., A.H. Parker, D.L. Bauer, Y.W. Haung and T.E. Rippen. 1993. Quality and safety considerations for thermally processed blue crab meat. Proceedings of the Seventeenth Annual Tropical and Subtropical Fisheries Conference of the Americas.
19. Gates, K.W., A.H. Parker, D.L. Bauer and Y.W. Haung. 1991. Evaluation of packaging alternatives for fresh and pasteurized crab meat. IN: Proceedings of the Sixteenth Annual Tropical and Subtropical Fisheries Conference of the Americas. Pp. 148-159. Gainesville, FL.
20. Gates, K.W., B.E. Perkins, J.G. EuDaly, A.S. Harrison, W.A. Bough and S.W. Otwell. 1981. Seafood discharges and southeastern estuarine environments. In: Proceedings of the Seafood waste Management in the 1980's. Orlando, Florida, September 23-25, 1980. Florida Sea Grant College, Gainesville, FL p. 33-60.
21. Gates, K.W., B.E. Perkins, P.M. Scott, J.G. EuDaly and W.A. Bough. 1979.  A microbiological survey of coastal Georgia commercial ice plants. IN: Proceedings of the Fourth Annual tropical and Subtropical Fisheries Conference of the Americas. Pp. 58-70, College Station, TX
22. Gates, K. 2009. Use of mineral profiles to differentiate harvest locations of commercial shrimp. 2009. 33rd Annual Seafood Science and Technology Conference Proceedings
23. Harding J.L. 1977. Methods for developing and exploiting offshore phosphate deposits. Delaware Sea Grant, DELU-W-77-001, pp. 144-145.
24. Harrington, D.L. 1972. The viewpoints of commercial fishermen on artificial reefs. IN: Proceedings of Sport Fishing Seminar, Coastal Plains Development Center for Marine Services, Seminar Series 1.
25. Harrington, D.L. 1992. Looking for solutions. IN: Proceedings of National Industry Bycatch Workshop, Newport, OR., February 4- 6, 1992, pp. 117-127.
26. Harrington, D.L. 1992. A Sea Grant perspective on reducing bycatch. IN: Proceedings of International Bycatch Conference, Lake Buena Vista, FL., May 24-27, pp. 26-27.
27. Harrington, D.L. 1991. TEDs and bycatch. IN: Proceedings of the Shrimp Trawl Workshop, St. Petersburg, FL., Nov. 22 and 23, pp. 151-162.
28. Harrington, D.L. 1977. Monthly temperature and salinity measurement of continental shelf waters of the northwestern Gulf of Mexico, 1963-1965. NOAA Technical Report (NMFS-SSRF-707). U.S. Department of Commerce, Washington, DC.
29. Hartel, P.G., K. Rodgers, J. Fisher, S.N.J. Hemmings, J. McDonald, K.W. Gates, S. Jones, T.L. Brynat, B. O’Hara, E. Otero and Y. Rivera-Torres. 2004. Desiccation as a mechanism of fecal entrococcal in moist and desiccated sediments. EPA Natl. Beach Conference, October 13-15, San Diego, CA
30. Hartel, P.G., K. Rodgers, J. Fisher, S.N.J. Hemmings, J. McDonald, K.W. Gates, S. Jones, T.L. Brynat, B. O’Hara, E. Otero, Y. Rivera-Torres, and Y. Feng. 2004.  Desiccation as a mechanism of fecal enterococcal survival and regrowth for bacterial source tracking. Abstract Annual Meeting American Society of Microbiology
31. Hartel, P., K. Rodgers, J.A. Fisher, J.L. Mc Donald, L.C. Gentit, E. Otero, Y. Rivera-Torres, T.L. Bryant and S.H. Jones. 2005. Survival and regrowth of fecal enterococci in desiccated and rewetted sediments. In: Kathryn J. Hatcher, editor. Proceedings of the 2005 Georgia Water Resources Conference, held April 25-27, 2005, at the University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia
32. Hartel, P. J.L. McDonald, L.C. Gentit, K. Rodgers and C.N. Belcher. 2007. Improving flourometry as a source tracking method to detect human fecal contamination in Georgia waters. Pp. 334-337. In T.C. Rasmussen, G.D. Carroll, and A.P. Georgakakos (ed.), Proceedings of the 2007 Georgia Water Resources Conference, held March 27-29, 2007.
33. Huang, Y.W. 1985. The utilization of American jellyfish and its markets. Paper presented at the 30th Atlantic Fisheries Technological Conferences and International Symposium. August 25-29, 1985, Boston, MA
34. Huang, Y.-W. and S.L. Stephens. 1984. Processing and quality analysis of dehydrated seafoods. IN; Proceedings of the Ninth Annual Tropical and Subtropical Fisheries Conference of the Americas. Pp. 305-323. College Station
35. Huang, Y.-W. and S.L. Stephens. 1985. Dried kingfish as a potential export item. IN: Proceedings of the Tenth Annual Tropical and Subtropical Fisheries Conference of the Americas. Pp. 73-88.
36. Huang, Y.-W., M. Harrison, K. Kouadio and K. Gates. 1992. Effects of packing on quality of iced seafoods and the survival of Listeria monocytogenes. Proceedings of the International Conference "Seafood 2000" Chapter 42: 387-395.
37. Huang, Y.-W. 1988. Acceptability and quality of cannonball jellyfish (Stomolophus meleagris) as a commercial product. Proceedings of the 7th World Congress of Food Science and Technology, Singapore, Oct 1987.
38. Huang, Y.W., L.P. He, and K.W. Gates. 1996. Qualities of fresh and previously marinated shrimp. Proceedings of the Tropical and Subtropical Seafood & Technology Society of the Americas. Florida Sea Grant Program, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, pp. 218-232.
39. Henry, V.J., R.T. Giles and J.L. Harding. 1982. Geological evaluation of potential pipeline corridor sites along the Georgia coast. In: Proceedings of the second symposium on the geology of the southeastern coastal plain. Georgia Geological Survey Project Report No. 18. Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Georgia Geological Survey, Atlanta, Georgia. 143 pp.
40. Kouadio, K., Y.W. Haung and K. Gates. 1989. Effects of packaging on the quality of iced fish. In: Proceedings of the Fourteenth Annual Tropical and Subtropical Fisheries Conference of the Americas, pp. 141-158, Gainesville, FL.
41. Laevasto, T., J. Harding, K. Rabe and S. Larson. 1975. Ocean-Atmosphere interactions off the northeast coast of North America. New York Sea Grant, NYSGI-W-75-002, pp 35-43.
42. McDonald, J., P.G. Hartel, L.C. Gentit, K.W. Gates, K.Rodgers, J.A. Fisher, K.L. Austin, K.A. Payne, S.N.J. Hemmings and C.N. Belcher. 2005. Combining targeted sampling and bacterial source tracking (BST) during calm and stormy conditions. EPA National Beach Conference, October 13-15, San Diego, CA
43. McDonald, J., P.G. Hartel, L.C. Gentit, K.W. Gates, K.Rodgers, J.A. Fisher, K.L. Austin, K.A. Payne, S.N.J. Hemmings and C.N. Belcher. 2005. Combining targeted sampling and bacterial source tracking (BST) during calm and stormy conditions. Proceedings of the 2005 Georgia Water Resources Conference, held April 25-27, 2005, at the University of Georgia, Kathryn J. Hatcher, editor, Institute of Ecology, The University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia
44. Noakes, J.E., J.L. Harding, G.A. Smithwick and A. Kirst. 1971. Undersea mineral analysis with Californium-252. Proceedings of the American Nuclear Society  (April)
45. Noakes, J.E., J.L. Harding and J.D. Spaulding. 1972. Californium-252 as a new oceanographic tool. Reprints, 8th Conference of the Marine Technology Society, p. 415-425.
46. Noakes, J.E., J. Harding, J. Spauling and J. Hill. 1974. Radioactive monitoring of offshore nuclear power stations. Offshore Technology Conference, 6th Annual Conference
47. Noakes, J.E. and J.L. Harding. 1975. Surveillance system for subsea survey and mineral exploration. 7th Ann Offshore Technology Conf., Houston, Texas, pp. 909-914.
48. Noakes, J.E. and J.L. Harding. 1976. Technology development of seafloor mineral exploration. Proc. Tech. Dev. for Marine Placer Mining, Washington D.C., pp. 165-174.
49. Noakes, J.E. and J.L. Harding. 1982. A continuous seafloor sediment sampler. In: Proceedings of the 14th Annual OTC Meeting, Houston, Texas. pp. 731-735. OTC No. 4294.
50. Perkins, B.E. and S.P. Meyers. 1977. Recovery and applications of organic wastes from the Louisiana shrimp canning industry. Pp. 292-301. In: Proceedings of the Eighth National Symposium on Food Processing Wastes. EPA-600/2-77-184. Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati, Oh.
51. Perkins, B.E. and W.A. Bough. 1978. Seafood Industry Sanitation through water conservation and by-product recovery. In: Seafood Sanitation Notebook, Proceedings of a Sanitation Workshop. VIP-SG-78-05. Sea Grant, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA
52. Perkins, B., P. Scott, W. Bough, J. Higgins, and T. Shierling. 1979. Flushing of shrimp heads from coastal waters. Tropical and Subtropical Fisheries Technological Conference Proceedings Third Annual, April 23-26, 1978. Pp. 180-204.
53. Scott, P., M. Wright and W. Bough. 1978. Characterization of waste loading from a shrimp packing house and evaluation of different screen sizes for removal of heads. Tropical and Subtropical Fisheries Technological Conference Proceedings Third Annual, April 23-26, 1978. Pp. 180-204.
54. Stivers, T. and K. Gates and P. Tom. 2006. Vibrio vulnificus infection and education efforts. In Electronic Website Proceedings of the Seafood Science & Technology Society of the Americas 30th Annual Conference http://sst.ifas.ufl.edu?procedd.html. San Antonio, Texas, November 13-16, 2006.
55. Sutton, L., K. Gates, P. Christian, J. Rozum, C. Arnold and K. Bonsack. 2003. The national NEMO networking-linking land use to water quality along coastal Georgia watersheds. Proceedings of the 2003 Georgia Water Quality Resources Conference, April 23-24, 2003, University of Georgia, Athens
56. Temple, R.F., D.L. Harrington and J.A. Martin. 1977. Monthly temperature and salinity measurements of continental shelf waters of the Northwestern Gulf of Mexico, 1963-1965. NOAA Technical Report NMFS SSRF-707. U.S. Department of Commerce. 26 pp.
57. Walker, R.L., P.B. Heffernan, J.W. Crenshaw, Jr. and J. Hoats. 1991. Mariculture of the southern bay scallop, Argopecten irradians concentricus, in the southeastern U.S. World Aquaculture Society, World Aquaculture Workshops, Number 1: 313-321.
58. Wu, C.M.A., and S.L. Stephens. 1981. Optimization of drying conditions for stockfish produced from underutilized fish: Application of explosion puffing on dehydration of fish. In: Proceedings of the Sixth Annual Tropical & Subtropical Fisheries Conference of the Americas, pp. 75-188.
59. Wu, C.M.A., and S.L. Stephens. 1982. Spiny dogfish for yu-sone, surimi, or kamaboka: An extension report. In: Proceedings Seventh Annual Tropical & Subtropical Fisheries Conference of the Americas, pp. 11-14.
60. Wu, C.M.A. and S.L. Stephens. 1981. Optimization of drying conditions for stockfish produced from underutilized fish: Design of a fish dryer multi-staged by a programmable controller. In: Proceedings of the Seventh Annual Tropical & Subtropical Fisheries Conference of the Americas, pp. 191-201.
61. Wu, C.M.A., S.L. Stephens, and K.W. Gates. 1980. Development of a seasoned dry fish flake product made from minced fish for Asian markets. In: Third Annual Seminar on Mechanical Recovery and Utilization of Fish Flesh, pp. 372-382. Washington, D.C.
62. Wu, C.M.A., J. Hambrick and R.T. Toledo. 1982. Trimethylamine formation in dried fish. In Proceedings of the Seventh Annual Tropical & Subtropical Fisheries Conference of the Americas, pp. 82-9.
63. Wu, A. and W. Bough. 1978. A study of variables in the chitosan manufacturing process in relation to molecular-weight distribution, chemical characteristics and waste-treatment effectiveness. Uzzarelli, R.A.A. and E.R. Pariser (Ed.). Proceedings of the First International Conference on Chitin/Chitosan. Pp. 88-102. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA.
64. Wu, A., W. Bough, and R. Stevenson. 1978. Effects of different species of crustaceans and spoilage conditions on the chemical and molecular weight characteristics of chitin. Tropical and Subtropical Fisheries Technological Conference Proceedings Third Annual, April 23-26, 1978. Pp. 167-179.

Occasional Papers and Extension Bulletins

OCCASIONAL PAPERS:

1. Manley, J. and R.L. Walker, 2011. Condition Index in Georgia Oysters. Occasional Papers of the University of Georgia Marine Extension Service, Vol. 12, 9 pp.

2. Manley, J., A. Power and R.Walker. 2008. Wild eastern oyster, Crassostrea virginica, spat collection for commercial grow-out in Georgia. Occasional Papers of the University of Georgia Marine Extension Service, Athens, Vol. 2, 16 pp.

3. Manley, J., A. Power and R.Walker. 2008. Patterns of eastern oyster, Crassostrea virginica (Gmelin, 1791), recruitment in Sapelo Sound, Georgia: Implications for commercial oyster culture. Occasional Papers of the University of Georgia Marine Extension Service, Athens, Vol. 3, 15 pp.

4. Manley, J., A. Power and R.Walker. 2009. Comparison of techniques for off-bottom culture of the eastern oyster, Crassostrea virginica (Gmelin, 1791), in Georgia.  Occasional Papers of the University of Georgia Marine Extension Service, Athens, Vol. 6, 18 pp.

5. Manley, J., A. Power and R.Walker. 2009. Effect of submergence depth on eastern oyster, Crassostrea virginica (Gmelin, 1791), growth, shell morphology, shell characteristics, Perkinsus marinus infection, and mortality in oysters cultured intertidally off-bottom in Georgia.  Occasional Papers of the University of Georgia Marine Extension Service, Athens, Vol. 5,  pp.
6. Manley, J., A. Power and R. Walker. 2010. Effects of exposure on the population dynamics of the eastern oyster, Crassostrea virginica (Gmelin, 1791), in Georgia. Occasional Papers of the University of Georgia Marine Extension Service, Vol. 7,
7. Manley, J., A.J. Power, R. Walker, D. Hurley, C. Belcher and M. Gilligan. 2010. Evaluation of eastern oysters, Crassostrea virginica (Gmelin, 1791), restoration techniques for use in intertidal southeastern United States habitats characterized by heavy siltation rates. Occasional Papers of the University of Georgia Marine Extension Service, Vol. 9, 32 pp.

8. Power, A.L., C. J. Sellers and R.L. Walker. 2009. Growth and sexual maturity of the knobbed whelk, Busycon carica (Gmelin 1791) from a commercially harvested population in coastal Georgia. Occasional Papers of the University of Georgia Marine Extension Service, Athens, Vol. 4, 24 pp.
9. Power, A., P. Swearingen and R. Walker. 2010. Culture of single eastern oysters, Crassostrea virginica (Gmelin, 1791), in the intertidal zone of a tidal creek in coastal Georgia, USA.  Occasional Papers of the University of Georgia Marine Extension Service, Athens, Vol. 8, 16 pp.
10. Shalack, J., A. Power and R.L. Walker. 2011. Whelk pot trapping and its implications for fishery development in coastal Georgia. Occasional Papers of the University of Georgia Marine Extension Service, Vol. 10, 25 pp.
11. Shalack, J., A. Power and R.L. Walker. 2011. Seasonal movement and behavior of the knobbed whelk Busycon carica (Gmelin, 1791) on intertidal flats in Wassaw Sound, Georgia. Occasional Papers of the University of Georgia Marine Extension Service, Vol. 11, 23 pp.
12. Walker, R.L., A.J. Power, M. Sweeney-Reeves, E. Covington, M. Mitchell and T. Recicar. 2008. Growth, migration, population structure, and sex ratio of four species of whelks (Family Melongenidae) within Wassaw Sound, Georgia. Occasional Papers of the University of Georgia Marine Extension Service, Vol. 1, 46 pp.


MARINE EXTENSION SERVICE BULLETINS:

1. Belcher, C., R. Vendetti, G. Gaddis and L. Parker. 2001. Results of Gear Testing to Reduce Turtle Capture in the Whelk Trawl Fishery. University of Georgia Marine Extension Service Bulletin Number 23, 27 p.
2. Bough, W.A., R.J. Reimold, M.S. Hardisky and T.C. Hall. 1978. Pollution Reduction through Dry Clean-up and By-product Recovery. University of Georgia Marine Extension Service Bulletin Number 3, 5 p.
3. Christian, P.A., M.V. Rawson, Jr., D.L. Harrington and L.G.  Parker. 1985. Bottom longlining off the southeastern U.S. coast. University of Georgia Marine Extension Service Bulletin Number 7, 17 p.
4. Christian, P.A., J.B. Rivers, M.V. Rawson, Jr., D.L. Harrington and L.G.  Parker. 1985. Trawling off the southeastern U.S. coast. University of Georgia Marine Extension Service Bulletin Number 8, 28 p.
5. Colson, D. 1987. Handling boats in difficult situations. University of Georgia Marine Extension Service Bulletin Number 9, p.
6. Colson, D. 1988. Boat Maintenance: Engine Realignment. University  of Georgia Marine Extension Service Bulletin Number 11,
7. Colson, D. 1990. Vessel haulout maintenance. University of Georgia Marine Extension Service Bulletin Number 13,
8. Gates, K., A. Parker, D. Bauer Y.-W. Huang and T. Rippen. 1993. Thermal processing quality and safety considerations for the blue crab industry. University of Georgia Marine Extension Service Bulletin Number 14. 20 pp.
9. Harrington, D.L., J.W. Watson, L.G. Parker, J.B. Parker and C.W. Taylor. 1988. Shrimp trawl design and performance. University of Georgia Marine Extension Service Bulletin Number 12, 41 pp.
10. Harrington, D.L., P.A. Christian and E.A. Reisinger. 1984. Using shrimp boats for finfishing: A summary of Georgia's cooperative finfish development and fishing demonstration project for 1982. University of Georgia Marine Extension Service Bulletin Number 6, 23 p.
11. Harrington, D.L., M.R. Bratlett and J. Higgins. 1972. Shrimp Fishing with Twin Trawls. University of Georgia Marine Extension Service Bulletin Number 1, 11 pp.
12. Harrington, D.L., M.R. Bratlett and J. Higgins. 1972. Shrimp Fishing with Twin Trawls. Revised by Mac Rawson. Community Resource Development timely Information, Alabama Cooperative Extension Service, Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama MASGC-TL-78-001
13. Hurley, D.H. and R.L. Walker. 2000. Effects of mesh size and quahog stocking density on growth and survival of Mercenaria mercenaria seed cultured under bottomless cage enclosures in coastal Georgia. University of Georgia, Marine Extension Bulletin Number 19, 27 pp.
14. Kupfer, R., D.H. Hurley and R.L. Walker. 2000. Comparison of six diets on the growth of black sea bass, Centropristis striata in an aquaculture environment. University of Georgia, Marine Extension Bulletin Number 21, 23 pp.
15. Ofiara, D. and S. Stevens. 1987. Shellfish in Georgia: Resource description and economic significance of the shellfish harvesting and processing sectors. University of Georgia Marine Extension Service Bulletin Number 10,
16. Perkins, B.E., K.W. Gates, P.M. Scott, J.G. EuDaley and W.A. Bough. 1979. Shrimp Boat Sanitation. University of Georgia Marine Extension Service Bulletin 5,
17. Power, A., T. Lee, T. Recicar, M. Sweeney-Reeves and R.L. Walker. 2002. The growth and survival of juvenile black sea bass, Centropristis striata, on an artificial (Salmon chow) versus a natural (Grass shrimp) diet. University of Georgia Marine Extension Service Bulletin Number 24, 12 pp.
18. Power, A.J., T. Shierling, T. Recicar, J. Lambrix, N. Eller and R.Walker. 2003. Tidal powered upwelling nursery systems for clam aquaculture in Georgia. University of Georgia, School of Marine Programs, Marine Extension Service Bulletin 28, 43 pp.
19. Rivers, R. 1979. Seafood is special. University of Georgia  Marine Extension Service Bulletin Number 4,
20. Smith, J.O. and W.A. Bough. 1976. Federal and State Waste Water Treatment Regulations Affecting Seafood Processors in Georgia. University of Georgia Marine Extension Service Bulletin Number 2, 16 pp.
21. Smith, J.O. 1995. Aquaculture and the Law: A guidebook for Georgia. University of Georgia Marine Extension Service Bulletin Number 15, 40 pp.
22. Walker, R.L. 1997. Comparison of field grow out methods for the northern quahog in the coastal waters of Georgia. University of Georgia Marine Extension Service Bulletin Number 17, 17pp.
23. Walker, R.L., C.F. Cotton and K.A. Payne. 2003. A GIS inventory of on-site septic systems adjacent to the coastal waters of McIntosh County, Georgia. University of Georgia Marine Extension Service Bulletin Number 27, 44 pp.
24. Walker, R.L. and D.H. Hurley. 1995. Biological feasibility of mesh culture of the northern quahog, Mercenaria mercenaria (L.), in soft-bottom sediments in coastal waters of Georgia. University of Georgia Marine Extension Service Bulletin Number 16, 32 pp.
25. Walker, R.L., D.H. Hurley, A. Byrum, C.F. Cotton and M. Sweeney-Reeves. 2002. Optimum seed planting size and plastic mesh size of bottomless cage enclosures for culturing the northern quahog, Mercenaria mercenaria (Linné), in coastal Georgia. University of Georgia, Marine Extension Bulletin No. 25, 12 pp.
26.  Walker, R.L. and D.A. Moroney. 2000. Growth of Black Sea Bass, Centropristis striata, cultured on trout and salmon chow. University of Georgia, Marine Extension Bulletin Number 22, 12 pp.
27. Walker, R.L., T. Recicar and A.J. Power. 2003. Quantitative comparison between the Chesapeake Bay conch pot and the standard crab trap for harvesting whelks in Wassaw Sound, Georgia. University of Georgia, School of Marine Programs, Marine Extension Service Bulletin No. 26. 19 pp.
28. Walker, R.L., C.L. Reeves and D.H. Hurley. 1997. Construction of the mesh-bag-line system for culturing northern quahog clams in soft-bottom areas. University of Georgia Marine Extension Bulletin Number 18, 26 pp.
29. Walker, R.L., J.H. Smith and A.J. Power. 2004. Movement and behavioral patterns of whelks on intertidal flats in Wassaw Sound, Georgia. University of Georgia Marine Extension Bulletin Number 29, 18 pp.
30. Walker, R.L. and M. Sweeney. 2000. Spawning of the northern quahog, Mercenaria mercenaria (L.), according to micro-habitat in a tidal creek in coastal Georgia. University of Georgia Marine Extension Bulletin Number 20, 18 pp.

Technical and Final Completion Reports

TECHNICAL REPORTS:

1. Bough, W.A., A.C.M. Wu and W.B. Miller. 1977. Effect of time for deacetylation on molecular weight distribution, acetyl content, viscosity, and performance of chitosan as a conditioning agent for activated sludge. Georgia Marine Science Center Technical Report 77-8. Savannah, GA.
2. Christian, P.A. and D.L. Harrington.1985. Finfishing with shrimp boats: A summary of Georgia's cooperative finfish development and fishing demonstration project for 1983. Georgia Marine Science Center Technical Report 85-1. Savannah, GA.
3. Christian, P.A. and D.L. Harrington. 1985. Alternative fisheries development: A summary of Georgia's Cooperative Alternative Fisheries development and fishing demonstration project for 1983. Georgia Marine Science Center Technical Report 85-3. Savannah, GA.
4. Gates, K.W., J.G. EuDaly. A.H. Parker and L.A. Pittman. 1984. Nutritional and quality changes in frozen breaded shrimp within the wholesale-retail marketing chain. Georgia Marine Science Center Technical Report 84-2. Savannah, GA.
5. Gates, K.W., J.G. EuDaly. A.H. Parker and L.A. Pittman. 1984. Microcomputers improve quality and safety for blue crab heat processing. Georgia Marine Science Center Technical Report   84-3. Savannah, GA.
6. Gates, K.W., J.G. EuDaly, A.H. Parker and L.A. Pittman. 1985. The effects of three post-processing dips on the shelf life of fresh calico scallops. Georgia Marine Science Center Technical Report 85-3. Savannah, GA.
7. Gates, K.W., J.G. EuDaly, A.H. Parker and L.A. Pittman. 1985. Water quality of two closed recirculating soft shell crab shedding facilities. Georgia Marine Science Center, Technical Report 85-6. Savannah, GA.
8. Gates, K. and A. Parker. 1992. Recovery of minced meat from blue crab picking plant by-products. Georgia Marine Science Center Technical Report 92-1. Savannah, GA.
9. Gates, K., B. Perkins, J.G. EuDaly, A.S. Harrison, and W. Bough. 1982. Assessment of seafood processing and their impact on Georgia's estuaries. Georgia Marine Science Center Technical Report 82-3. Savannah, GA.
10. Gillespie, D.M., J.L. Harding, R.A. Culp, J.E. Noakes and A.L. Edwards. 1989. Macrofauna distributions and sediment analyses from the Brunswick, Georgia Ocean dredged material disposal site and environs. Georgia Marine Science Center Technical Report Series 89-1. Savannah, GA.
11. Harding, J.L. and D. Miller. 1971. Tidal flow study of Delegal Creek in the vicinity of Green Island, Chatham County, Georgia. Georgia Marine Science Center Technical Report Series 71-1. Savannah, GA.
12. Harding, J.L. and J.R. Woolsey. 1975. Exploration techniques for aggregate resources in coastal Georgia. Georgia Marine Science Center Technical Report Series 75-1. Savannah, GA.
13. Harrington, D.L. 1977. Monthly temperature and salinity measurement of continental shelf waters of the northwestern Gulf of Mexico, 1963-1965. NOAA Technical Report (NMFS-SSRF-707). U.S. Department of Commerce, Washington, D.C.
14. Keeler, R. and R.J. Reimold. 1977. Georgia's coastal zone - an inventory of photographic and satellite coverage. 1945-1977. Georgia Marine Science Center Technical Report Series 77-5. Savannah, GA. 44 pp.
15. Nix, H.L., S. Glenn and J.N. Whitted.1975. Locational inventory of docks and shrimp
trawlers on the coast of Georgia. Georgia Marine Science Center Technical Report Series 75-8. Savannah, GA.
16. O'Beirn, F.X., P.B. Heffernan and R.L. Walker. 1994. Recruitment of Crassostrea virginica: A tool for monitoring the aquatic health of the Sapelo Island National Estuarine Research Reserve. University of Georgia, School of Marine Programs, Marine Technical Report No. 94-2, 42 pp. Savannah, GA.
17. O'Beirn, F.X., R.L. Walker, M.L. Jansen and C.R. Spruck. 1996. Recruitment, gametogenesis and prevalence of disease (Perkinsus marinus) in Crassostrea virginica within the Sapelo Island National Estuarine Research reserve; 1993 evaluation. University of Georgia, School of Marine Programs, Marine Technical Report No. 96-1, 31 pp. Savannah, GA.
18. Oertel, G.F. and J.L. Harding. 1977. Sand stabilization on the dunes, beach and shoreface of a historically eroding barrier island (Wassaw Island erosion study part 3). Georgia Marine Science Center Technical Report Series, No. 77-3. Savannah, GA. 46 p.
19. Power, A., A. Bliss and R. Walker, 2008. Adopt-A-Wetlands. Increasing Public Awareness and Volunteer Participation in Wetland Conservation throughout Coastal Georgia. University of Georgia Marine Extension Service Technical Report Series Vol. 2008-1, 244 pp.
20. Stickney, R. and D. Miller. 1973. Chemical and biological survey of the Savannah River adjacent to Elba Island. Georgia Marine Science Center Technical Report Series, no. 73-3. Savannah, GA.
21. Thoresen, M., M. Alber and R.L. Walker. 2005. Trends in recruitment and Perkinsus marinus parasitism in the eastern oyster, Crassostrea virginia, within the Sapelo Island National Estuarine Research Reserve (SINERR). University of Georgia, School of Marine Programs, Marine Technical Report No. 05-1, 33 pp.
22. Walker, R.L. 1987. Hard clam, Mercenaria mercenaria (Linne), populations of coastal Georgia. Georgia Marine Science Center Technical Report Series, No. 87-1, 73 pp. Savannah, GA.
23. Walker, R.L. 1988. Hard clam, Mercenaria mercenaria (L.), resources of Julienton Plantation. Georgia Marine Science Center Technical Report Series, No. 88-1, 38 pp. Savannah, GA.
24. Walker, R.L. 1993. The Atlantic oyster drill, Urosalpinx cinerea  (Say), in northern coastal Georgia. Georgia Marine Science Center Technical Report Series No. 93-1, 32 pp. Savannah, GA.
25. Walker, R.L., M.A. Fleetwood and K.R. Tenore. 1980. The distribution of the hard clam, Mercenaria mercenaria (Linne), and clam predators in Wassaw Sound, Georgia. Georgia Marine Science Center Technical Report Series, No. 80-8, 59 pp. Savannah, GA.
26. Walker, R.L. and C. Cotton. 2001. Oyster bed distribution as a long term environmental indicator for the Duplin River, Sapelo Island National Estuarine Research Reserve. School of Marine Programs Technical Report 01-1, 23 pp.
27. Walker, R.L. and K.W. Gates. 2001. Survey of ark, Anadara ovalis, Anadara brasiliana, and Noetia ponderosa, populations in coastal Georgia. School of Marine Programs Technical Report Series No. 01-2- 34 pp.  
28. Walker, R.L. and M.V. Rawson. 1985. Subtidal hard clam, Mercenaria mercenaria (Linne), resources in coastal Georgia. Georgia Marine Science Center Technical Report Series, No.  85-1, 164 pp. Savannah, GA.
29. Walker, R.L. and S.A. Stevens. 1988. Hard clam, Mercenaria mercenaria (Linne), resources of Christmas Creek, Little Cumberland and Cumberland Islands, Georgia. Georgia Department of Natural Resources. Contribution Series No. 41, Brunswick, Georgia. 30 pp.
30. Walker, R.L. and S.A. Stevens. 1988. Hard clam, Mercenaria mercenaria (L.), recruitment into Christmas Creek after harvesting. Georgia Department of Natural Resources. Contribution Series No. 43, Brunswick, Georgia. 15 pp.
31. White, D.B., R. Stickney, D. Miller and L.H. Knight. 1973. Sea water system for aquaculture of estuarine organisms at the Skidaway Institute of Oceanography. Georgia Marine Science Center Technical Report Series, No.  73-1, 18 pp. Savannah, GA.

 

FINAL COMPLETION REPORTS:

1. Alber, M., J. Florey and K. Payne. 2005. Assessment of Coastal Water Resources and Watershed conditions at Cumberland Island National Seashore, Georgia. National Park Service Technical Report NPS/NRWRD/NRTR-2005/332.  217 pp. (http://science.nature.nps.gov/im/units/SCEN/reports.cfm)
2. Arendt, M., J. Byrd, A. Segars, P. Maier, J. Schwenter, D. Burgess, D. Whitaker, L. Liguori, L. Parker, D. Owens and G. Blanvillain. 2009. Examination of local movement and migratory behavior of sea turtles during spring and summer along the Atlantic coastal of the southeastern Unites States. Final Report to the National Marine Fisheries Services.
3. Arendt, M., J. Byrd, A. Segars, P. Maier, J. Schwenter, D. Burgess, D. Whitaker, L. Liguori, L. Parker, D. Owens and G. Blanvillain. 2009. Relative abundance, distribution, and health of sea turtles in near-shore coastal waters of the southeastern Unites States. Final Report to the National Marine Fisheries Services.
4. Atkinson, D. and K. Payne. 2005.  A Water Quality Database for Georgia’s Coast.  Sent to Ga DNR/CRD.
5. Atkinson, D. and T. Johnson. March 2008. Mapping and Analysis Related to Marsh Dieoff and Residential Docks. Interim CIG final report to GA CRD/DNR. (This report only addressed the docks part of the report)
6. Atkinson, D. and T. Johnson. June 2008. Testing automated Feature Extraction and Mapping Marsh Dieback of the Georgia Coast. Final CIG Report to GA CRD/DNR
7. Belcher, C. November 2004. Evaluation of Diamondback Terrapin Excluder for use in Commercial Crab Traps in Georgia Waters. Completion Report. Funded by The Environmental Resources Network.
8. Belcher, C., L. Liguori, L. Gentit, and T. Sheirling. 2007. Evaluation of Diamondback Terrapin Excluders for Use in Commercial Crab Traps: Conclusions from a Three-year Study. Final Completion Report
9. Bliss, T., T. Moore and R.L. Walker. 2011. Documenting temporal and spatial habitat utilization of intertidal oyster reefs by commercial, recreational, sport and ecologically important fish and crustacean species in Georgia’s tidal rivers. Final Report to the Coastal Zone Management Program of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources
10. Bliss, T., A. Power, T. Moore and R.L. Walker. 2010. Temporal and spatial habitat utilization of intertidal oyster reefs by commercial, recreational, sport and ecologically important fish and crustacean species in Georgia’s tidal creeks. Final Report to the Coastal Zone Management Program of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources 57 pp.
11. Bliss, A.  2010.  COSEE SE Coastal Legacy Professional Development Program:  Impact of growth and development on tidal creeks and estuaries. Sent to SC Sea Grant Consortium
12. Bliss, A.  2010.  COSEE SE 08-09.  Sent to SC Sea Grant Consortium
13. Bodrey, R. and K. Gates. 2010. Coastal OSDS location, inspection, & maintenance closeout report. State of Georgia, Environmental Protection Division and the United States Environmental Protection Agency, Region 4. EPA Grant Number: C9994458-XX-0, EPD Grant Number: 751-90058. 19 pp.
14. Bodrey, R., P. Flounoy and K. Gates. 2009. Development of hydromodification BMP Manuals: A strategy to meet conditions for approval of the coastal nonpoint source program (Final Report). Environmental Protection Division and the United Sates Environmental Protection Agency. Region 4, EPA Grant Number: C9994458-05-0, EPD Grant Number: 751-70053. 13 pp.
15. Borden, D.J., K. A. Payne and L. West. 2005. Management Measures for On-Site Disposal Systems (OSDS). Final Report to the Georgia Environmental Protection Division and the Coastal Resource Division of the Department of Natural Resources.
16. Clarke, W., A. Jones, R. Walker and P. Christian. 2008. The Estimated Economic Impact of Reduced Recreational Boating Due to a Deterioration of the Intracoastal Waterway Channel in Georgia. Publication of the Carl Vinson Institute of Government, University of  Georgia, Athens, December 73 pp. http://www.cviog.uga.edu/pblictions/free/intracoastal.pdf
17. Corley, B. and D. Harris 2011. Coastal Georgia Shellfish Inventory: Bryan and Liberty County Final Report. Georgia Department of Natural Resources
18. Corley, B. and D. Harris. 2011. Coastal Georgia Shellfish Inventory: McIntosh County Final Report. Georgia Department of Natural Resources
19. DeVivo, J.C., P. Flournoy and K.A. Smith. 2009. Assessment of coastal water quality at Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve. Natural Resource Report NPS/SECN/NRR-2009/108. National Park Service, Fort Collins, Colorado
20. Douce, T. and K. Giovengo. 2008. Green Coast Certification Program. 156 pp. Final Report prepared for the Georgia Department of Natural Resources Coastal Management Program including the Coastal Resources Division and the Environmental Protection Division Coastal non-point Source Management Program (NOAA CIG Cycle X funding).
21. Flournoy, P. 2008.  Georgia Coastal Natural Resources Access Handbook.  Sent to Ga DNR CRD
22. Gates, K.W. and K.L. Austin.  2001.  Physical, Chemical, and Biological Monitoring of the Satilla River.  Final Report to the Coastal Management Program of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources.  10 p.
23. Gates, K.W. and K.L. Austin.  2002.  Assessment of the Ogeechee River’s Biological Water Quality and Primary Productivity.  Final Report to the Coastal Management Program of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources.  17 p.
24. Gates K., P. Hartel, K. Payne, J.L. McDonald, K. Austin, L.C. Gentit, K. Rodgers, S.N.J. Hemmings and J.A. Fisher. 2004. Combining targeted sampling and bacterial source tracking to determine sources of fecal contamination to the south beach of Sea Island during calm and stormy conditions. FINAL REPORT to the Sea Island Company
25. Gates, K.W. and K.L. Austin.  2004.  Assessment of the Altamaha River’s Biological Water Quality and Primary Productivity.  Final Report to the Coastal Management Program of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources.  11 p.
26. Gates, K.W. and K.L. Austin.  2005.  Assessment of the Altamaha River’s Biological Water Quality and Primary Productivity – Stage II The River and Sound Systems, Transport and Exchange.  Final Report to the Coastal Management Program of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources.  12 p.
27. Gates, K.W. and K.L. Austin.  2005. Drinking water safety in Liberty County - Preliminary chemical and microbiological survey of shallow wells previously installed for low income families by government officials. Coastal Incentive Grant Final Report for April 1, 2003 to September 30, 2004. Georgia Department of Natural Resources, DNR Liberty Co. Gates 27-31-RE337-131. 13 pp.
28. Gates, K. 2006.  Employing NEMO (Nonpoint Education for Municipal Officials) Outreach Training to Inform Local Decision Makers about Effective Alternative Land Use Initiatives, Including Smart Growth, to Improve Coastal Georgia Water Quality.  Sent to Ga DNR/CRD
29. Gates, K.W. and K.A. Smith.  2006.  Assessment of the Altamaha River’s Biological Water Quality and Primary Productivity – Stage III The River and Sound Systems, Transport and Exchange.  Final Report to the Coastal Zone Management Program of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources.  16 p.
30. Gates, K. 2007. Pollution prevention program for coastal Georgia commercial vessel and recreational boaters. Final Report. State of Georgia, Environmental Protection Division and the United States Environmental Protection Agency, Region 4. EPA Grant Number 9994458-02-1. EPD Grant Number: 751-40082. Work Plan Project Number: Section 319(h) FY02 - Element 15. 31 pp.
31. Gates, K. and K.H. Alvarado. 2007.  Enhancing Outreach and Technical Assistance Capabilities of Georgia’s NEMO Program by Adding an Urban Planning Expert to the NEMO Team.  Sent to Georgia Sea Grant College Program
32. Gates, K. & K. Smith. 2008.  Assessment of the St. Mary’s River Biological Water Quality, Primary Productivity, and Pollutant Load – Phase I Monitoring.  Sent to Georgia DNR/CRD
33. Gates, K. and K. Smith. 2008. Assessment of the Ogeechee River’s Biological Water Quality, Primary Productivity, and pollutant load - Stage II refining the Preliminary Model. Coastal Incentive Grant Final Report for October 1, 2004 to September 30, 2006. Georgia Department of Natural Resources. Gates 27-31-RE337-179. 27 pp.
34. Gates, K. 2008. Clean Marina Program. Cycle VIII. Coastal Incentive Grant Final Report to the Coastal Zone Management Program of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources 7 pp.
35. Gates, K. 2008.  Advisory Services.  Sent to Georgia Sea Grant College Program
36. Gates, K. and L. Applewhite. 2008.  Development and Preliminary Evaluation of Trace Elemental Analyses for Determining the Geographic Origin of Shrimp.  Sent to University of South California
37. Gates, K., K. Giovengo and T. Douce. 2009. Employing Nonpoint Education for Municipal Officials (NEMO) Outreach Training to inform Local Decision Makers about Effective Alternative Land Use Initiatives, Including Smart Growth, to improve Coastal Georgia Water Quality. Coastal Incentive Grant Final Report to the Coastal Zone Management Program of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources
38. Gates, K. and L. Liguori. 2009. Source Pollution Response: Reduction of Marine Debris. Incentive Grant Final Report to the Coastal Zone Management Program of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources 14 pp.
39. Gates, K. and L. Liguori. 2009. ITA Final report. Southern Region Risk Management Education Center. Texas AgiLife Extension Service. The Texas A&M University System. Texas AgiLife Research and Extension Center. 9 pp.
40. Gates, K. and L. Liguori. 2009.  ITA Final Report.  Sent to Texas Cooperative Extension of The Texas A&M University System
41. Gaudagnoli, D., B.Good, J. Mackinnon, P. Flournoy, J. Harvey and L. Harwell. 2005. The Condition of Georgia’s Estuarine and Coastal Habitats 2000-2001 Interim Report. Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Coastal Resources Division. Report Number
42. Gillespie, D. and J.L. Harding. 1988. An environmental study of the Savannah Harbor ocean disposal site. Final report to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Savannah District. Marine Extension Service, University of Georgia, Savannah, GA
43. Giovengo, K. 2010.  Meeting Required Coastal NPS Program Management Measures: CoastScapes Conservation Landscaping Program and Revision of the Green Growth Guidelines.  Sent to Georgia DNR/EPD
44. Giovengo, K. 2008.  Coastal Georgia Green Certification Program:  Phase I – Conservation Subdivisions.  Sent to Georgia DNR/CRD
45. Giovengo, K. 2008.  A Review of the Use of Section 401 Water Quality Certification to Meet Conditions of Georgia’s Coastal Nonpoint Source Program.  Sent to Ga DNR/EPD
46. Giovengo, K. 2009. Final Report to the Cycle VIII Coastal Incentive Grant (CIG) NEMO Project. March 31, 2009. Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Coastal Resources Division
47. Giovengo, K. 2008. A Review of the Use of Section 401 Water Quality Certification to Meet Conditions of the Georgia’s Coastal Nonpoint Source Program, 221 pp. Final Report prepared for the Georgia Department of Natural Resources Coastal Management Program including the Coastal Resources Division and the Environmental Protection Division Coastal Nonpoint Source Management Program (under separate NOAA funding)
48. Gregory, M.B., DeVivo, J.C., P. Flournoy and K.A. Smith. 2009. Assessment of coastal water quality at Cumberland Island National Seashore, 2007. Natural Resource Report NPS/SECN/NRDS-2009/111. National Park Service, Fort Collins, Colorado
49. Gregory, M.B., DeVivo, J.C., P. Flournoy and K.A. Smith. 2010. Assessment of coastal water quality at Fort Frederica National Monument, 2008. Natural Resource Report NPS/SECN/NRDS-2010/114. National Park Service, Fort Collins, Colorado
10. Gregory, M.B., DeVivo, J.C., P. Flournoy and K.A. Smith. 2010. Assessment of coastal water quality at Fort Pulaski Island National Monument, 2007. Natural Resource Report NPS/SECN/NRDS-2010/117. National Park Service, Fort Collins, Colorado
11. Gregory, B. and K. Smith. 2010. Assessment of estuarine water and sediment quality at Cape Lookout and Cape Hatteras National Seashore, 2010. National Resources Data Series NPS/SECN/NRDS-2011/179.
12. Gregory, B. and K. Smith. 2011. Assessment of estuarine water and sediment quality at Cape Carnaveral National Seashore, 2009. National Resources Data Series NPS/SECN/NRDS-2011/283
13. Harding, J.L. and V.J. Henry. 1990. Geological history of Gray’s reef National Marine Sanctuary. Final Report to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Marine and Estuarine Sanctuary Division. 58 pp.
14. Harris, D. 2010. Ashantilly Living Shoreline Monitoring. Georgia Department of Natural Resources.
15. Harris, D. 2010. Long Tabby Living Shoreline Monitoring. Georgia Department of Natural Resources.
16. Hartel, P., E. Otero, C. Belcher, J. Fisher, K. Gates, L. Gentit, S. Hemmings, J. McDonald, B. O’Hara, K. Payne, K.A. Smith, Y. Rivera-Torres and K. Rodgers. 2005. Field-testing targeted sampling and Enterococcus faecalis to identify human fecal contamination in three National Estuarine Research Reserves. CICEET Progress Report for the period 3/15/05 through 9/15/05.
17. Hartel, P., K. Gates, and K. Payne. 2004. Targeted sampling of St. Andrews Park on Jekyll Island to determine sources of fecal contamination. Final Report to Department of  Natural Resources Coastal Resources Division
18. Hemmings, S. and L. Gentit. 2007. Combining targeted sampling and flourometry to identify source of fecal contamination to the Sapelo Island National Estuarine Research Reserve. Sapelo Island National Estuarine Research Reserve Final Project Report
19. Johnson, T. and D. Atkinson. 2010. Mapping Oysters Using Feature Analyst Software and Color and Color-Infrared Photography. Final Report to CIG GA CRD/DNR
20. Krueger, S.L. 2010. Geographic information system (GIS) inventory of impacted estuarine and marine wetlands in Chatham, Bryan, Glynn and Camden Counties, Georgia. Final Report to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Brunswick, GA. 27 p.
21. Liguori, L. 2009.  More than One Way to Skin a Cat:  Controlling the Spread of Invasive Species Through Outreach, Community-Based Research, and Education.  Sent to Southeast Aquatic Resources Partnership (SARP)
22. Liguori, L. 2009.  Watchable Wildlife:  The View from Below Project.  Sent to Ga DNR/WRD
23. Liguori, L. 2009. Nonpoint source pollution response: reduction of marine debris. Final report presented to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources Coastal Resources Division
24. Liguori, L. 2009. More than one way to skin a cat: Controlling the spread of invasive species through outreach, community-based research, and education. Southeast Aquatic Resources Partnership, N.O.A.A. Gulf & South Atlantic Foundation 23 pp.
25. Liguori, L. 2007. Testing the waters: community-based aquatic education to address pollution concerns in Glynn County, Georgia. Final project report to AWARE environmental education fund.
26. Liguori, L. 2009. Bigger Fish to Fry: Collaborative research and outreach to reduce the risks of mercury contamination in barracuda in San Felipe, Yucatan, Mexico. Final Report to UGA Office of Public Service and Outreach.
27. Liguori, L. 2009. The View From Below: Offering new perspectives on marine conservation to local environmental educators. Final report presented to Georgia Wildlife Resources Division, Department of Natural Resource.
28. Maier, P.P., A.L.  Segars, M.D. Arendt, J.D. Whitaker, B.W. Stender, L. Parker, R. Vendetti, D.W. Owens, J. Quattro and S.R. Murphy. 2004. Development of an index of sea turtle abundance based upon in-water sampling with trawl gear. Final Project Report to National Marine Fisheries Service, NOAA, Grant Number NA07FL0499
29. McDonald, J., J. Nelson, C. Belcher, K. Gates, and K. Austin.  December 2003.  Georgia estuarine and littoral sampling study to investigate the relationship among three analytical methods used to determine the numbers of Enterococci in coastal waters.  Completion report.  U.S. EPA funded.  The University of Georgia Marine Technology and Outreach Center, Brunswick, Georgia.  28 p. http://crd.dnr.state.ga.us/assets/documents/beachpilot.pdf
30. Olsen, M. 2008.  COSEE.  Sent to SC Sea Grant Consortium
31. Olsen, M. 2007.  COSEE SE Ocean Sciences Education Leadership Institute Summary Report.  Sent to SC Sea Grant Consortium
32. Olsen, M. 2007.  SECOSEE 06-07.  Sent to SC Sea Grant Consortium
33. Olsen, M. 2006.  SECOSEE Year 4.  Sent to SC Sea Grant Consortium
34. Olsen, M. 2006.  SECOSEE Year 3.  Sent to SC Sea Grant Consortium
35. Olsen, M. 2005.  Estuary Escapades:  UGA Marine Extension Service, Savannah:  SEPORT “Ocean Awareness Day.”  Sent to SC Sea Grant Consortium
36. Payne, K.A., V. Butler, and R. Walker. 2005.  Technology for Teachers:  Gathering Data from the Ocean.  Sent to SC Sea Grant Consortium
37. Payne, K. 2006.  OysterLinks.  Sent to Ga DNR/CRD
38. Power, A.  2009.  Coastal Georgia Shellfish Inventory:  Chatham County.  Sent to Ga DNR/CRD
39. Power, A.  2009.  Bioremediation of Beach Creek, Jekyll Island, Through Shellfish Restoration.  Sent to Ga DNR/EPD
40. Power, A.; T. Bliss, A. Rahn, & R. Walker. 2008.  Preventing the Introduction and Reducing the Spread of Invasive Aquatic Species in Coastal Georgia through Research and a Public Awareness and Monitoring Campaign.  Sent to Ga DNR/CRD
41. Power, A.  2007.  Chatham County Oyster Mapping Report.  Sent to Ga DNR/CRD
42. Power, Alan J.  2006.  Generating Enhanced Oyster Reefs in Georgia’s Inshore Areas (G.E.O.R.G.I.A.). Sent to NOAA Restoration Center Community-based Restoration Program (CRP)
43. Power, A. M. Sweeney-Reeves, E. Covington, and R. Walker. 2006.  The Development of an Adopt-A-Wetland Program to Increase Public Awareness and Participation in Wetland Conservation in Coastal Georgia.  Sent to Ga DNR/CRD
44. Power, A. 2007. Clam Creek Oyster Restoration. Project Final Completion Report, November 2007.
45. Power, A. and E. LeMoine.  2007. Oyster Reef Restoration in the Backyard- Taking GEORGIA (Generating Enhanced Oysters Reefs in Georgia’s Inshore Areas) Home. Project Final Completion Report, January 2007.
46. Power, A., E. Covington, M. Sweeney-Reeves and R.L. Walker. 2007. Adopt-A-Wetland. Increasing Public Awareness and Participation in Wetland Conservation in Coastal Georgia. University of Georgia Marine Extension Service, Technical Report for Volunteers, April 2007. 108 pp.
47. Power, A. M. Mitchell, R. Walker, M. Posey, T. Alphin and C. Belcher. 2006. Baseline Port Surveys for Introduced Marine Molluscan, Crustacean and Polychaete Species in the South Atlantic Bight. NOAA’s National Sea Grant Aquatic Nuisance Species Program, Project Number R/HAB-15; Grant Number NA06RG0029; ICODE 1300. 301 pp. (www.marsci.uga.edu/gaseagrant/pdf/Port_Survey.pdf)
48. Power, A., M. Sweeney-Reeves, E. Covington and R. Walker. 2006. The Development of an Adopt-A-Wetland Program to Increase Public Awareness and Participation in Wetland Conservation in Coastal Georgia. Final Report. March 2006. Coastal Zone Management Program
49. Reimold, R., W.A. Bough and M.A. Hardisky. 1979. Dissolved Oxygen and Biochemical Oxygen Demand in the Brunswick Estuary and King Shrimp Co. Inc. Process Effluent. Report to King Shrimp Co. Inc. Brunswick, GA
50. Risse, M, K. Payne, T. Bass and T. Pagan. 2005. Management Measures for Un-Permitted Animal Operations. Final Report to the Georgia Environmental Protection Division and the Coastal Resource Division of the Department of Natural Resources.
51. Smith, K.A. 2009. Assessing coastal sediment and waters in Southeast Coast Network parks: Final Project Report. Natural Resource Report NPS/SECN/NRDS-2010/117. National Park Service, Fort Collins, Colorado
52. Smith, K.A. and K.W. Gates.  2010. Assessing the On-going Impacts of Human Activities to Water Quality in the Harris Neck Estuary in McIntosh County, Georgia.  Final Report to the Coastal Management Program of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources.  Grant Award # NA08NOS4190461.  19 p.
53. Smith, K.A.  2009.  Sapelo Island National Estuarine Research Reserve Water Quality System Wide Monitoring Program.  Final Report.  43 p.
54. Smith, K.A. and K.W. Gates.  2008.  Assessment of the St. Marys River Biological Water Quality, Primary Productivity, and Pollutant Load – Phase I Monitoring.  Final Report to the Coastal Management Program of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources.  23 p.
55. Smith, K.A. and K.W. Gates.  2006.  Assessment of the Ogeechee River’s Biological Water Quality, Primary Productivity, and Pollutant Load – Stage II Refining the Preliminary Model.  Final Report to the Coastal Management Program of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources.  27 p.
56. Taylor, L., J. Harding, V.J. Herny, J. Kelly and H. Trulli. 1995. Assessment of environmental research and nonmineral resources offshore Georgia. Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Environmental Protection Division, Georgia Geological Survey, Project Report 21
57. Tilburg, C. and R. Walker. 2008.  A carrying capacity modeling study of Gamak Bay, South Korea and the Gulf of Mexico.  Sent to Georgia Sea Grant College Program
58. Timmons, M. 1998. Final report to Center for the Inlands Bays. Macroalgae of Rehoboth, Indian River, Little Assawoman, and Assawomen Bays.
59. Vendetti, R., L. Parker, R. Overman, and K. Gates. 2007. Economic recovery: using Federal Fisheries disaster appropriations to stabilize the shrimp fishery in Georgia. Final report. (NA03NMF4520359t). 29 pp.
60. Vendetti, R., J. Wallace, L. Parker, R. Overman, and K. Gates. 2005. Shrimp fishery 101: A pilot educational program (Final Report). Submitted to: The Guild and South Atlantic Fisheries Foundations. 12 pp.
61. Vendetti, R., J. Rivers and J. Wallace. 1998. Webbing panel B.R.D. Prototype Testing August 1997- July 1998. Final report to The Gulf and South Atlantic Fisheries Development Foundation, Inc., Contract number 68-11-2710/0
62. Walker, R. 2008.  Oyster Spat Monitoring within the Sapelo Island National Estuarine Research Reserve.  Sent to Sapelo Island National Estuarine Research Reserve (SINERR)
63. Walker, R. 2008.  SEACOOS.  Sent to SC Sea Grant Consortium
64. Williams, H.  2009.  Revealing the Deep.  Sent to SC Sea Grant Consortium

Dissertations and Master Thesis

DISSERTATIONS:

1. Belcher, C.N. 2008. Investigating Georgia’s Shark Nurseries: Evaluation of sampling ear, habitat use and a resource of sub-adult mortality. Ph.D. Dissertation, Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources, University of Georgia, Athens.
2. O'Beirn, F.X. 1995. Reproduction and recruitment of the eastern oyster, Crassostrea virginica in coastal Georgia. Ph.D.  Dissertation, Department of Zoology, University of Georgia, Athens.
3. Pfeiffer, T.J. 1998. Demonstration of an algal production system integrated with a land-based nursery seed clam system utilizing recirculating, computer-control, and fluidization technology. Ph.D. dissertation, Agricultural and Mechanical College, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge.
4. Walker, R.L. 1994. Reproductive ecology of the northern quahog, Mercenaria mercenaria (Linnaeus, 1758), in coastal Georgia and its resource management implications. Ph.D. Dissertation, School of Forest Resources, University of Georgia, Athens.
 


MASTERS THESES:

1. Adams, M. P., 1991. Eliminating spat settlement on oysters cultured in coastal Georgia: A feasibility study. Masters of Science thesis, School of Forest Resources, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia.
2. Bodrey, C.R. 2011. Diffusion of Innovation: GIS Technology Adoption by Coastal Georgia Environmental Health Departments. Masters of Agriculture Leadership Thesis. College of Agriculture and Environmental Science. The University of Georgia. Athens, Georgia
3. Cotton, C., 2002. Optimizing growth for aquaculture of juvenile black sea bass Centropristis striata L.: Effects of temperature, salinity, commercial diet and feeding ration. Master of Science thesis, University of Georgia, Athens.
4. Hurley, D.H., 1996. Factors associated with the larviculture of the southern Atlantic surfclam, Spisula solidissima similis (Say, 1822). Master of Science thesis, Department of Biology, Georgia Southern University, Statesboro, Georgia.
5. Krueger, S. 2010. Expedited permit process for created oyster reef in coastal Georgia. Savannah State University Master of Science thesis
6. Manley, J. 2007. Oyster reef restoration for developing essential fish habitat in coastal Georgia. Savannah State University, Masters of Science thesis
7. Melancon, M.C. 2001. Establishing the validity, reliability, utility and practicality on an embedded performance assessment at University of Georgia Marine Education Center & Aquarium (UGA MECA) as a tool to measure the effectiveness of informal science education programs. Masters of Art, University of Georgia, Athens.
8. Moroney, D.A. 1997. Recruitment patterns and culturing techniques of the Eastern Oyster Crassostrea virginica (Gmelin) in a coastal Georgia tidal creek system. Masters of Science thesis, Department of Biology, Georgia Southern University, Statesboro, Georgia.
9. Shalack, J. 2007. Movement and behavior of whelks (Family Melongenidae) in Georgia Coastal Waters. University of Georgia, School of Marine Programs, Master Thesis
10. Tooke, L. 2002. Parasites of the black sea bass, Centroprista striata. Master of Science thesis, School of Marine Programs, University of Georgia.
11. Walker, R.L., 1984. Population dynamics of the hard clam, Mercenaria mercenaria (Linne), and its relation to the Georgia hard clam fishery. Master of Science thesis, School of Applied Biology, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia.
12. Wells, A. 2011. Pre-service teacher learning from Marine Researchers: Specific Experiences at Sea. Masters of Science Education thesis, Department of Science Education, University of Georgia

Marine Advisory Service

SPECIAL PUBLICATIONS AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES FROM ADVISORY SERVICES:

1. Amos, D. 1992. New shrimp door design could be more efficient. National Fisherman 72(9): 40-42.
2. Amos, D. and P. Christian. 1992. Marine Services Guide to Coastal Georgia. The University of Georgia, Marine Extension Service, School of Marine Programs, Athens, GA. 98 pp.
3. Bird, J. 2007. Food Science Education Publications and Websites. Journal of Food Science Education 6(1): 5-6. Contains a synopsis of SafeOysters.org website written by Tori Stivers
4. Christian, P.A. 1991. How old is that fish. Southern Saltwater Magazine. Jan./Feb., Vol V., No. 2, pp. 3.
5. Christian, P.A. 1991. A homemade downrigger. Southern Saltwater Magazine. Jan./Feb., Vol. V, No. 2, pg 35.
6. Christian, P.A. 1991. Inshore fishing tips. Southern Saltwater Magazine, March, Vol. V, No. 3, pg 26.
7. Christian, P.A. 1991. Catch n’ release – How well does the fish survive? Southern Saltwater Magazine, September, Vol. V, No. 8, pg 6.
8. Christian, P.A. 1989. Parrish soft TED installation instructions. The University of Georgia Marine Extension Service. Illustrated brochure.
9. Christian, P.A. and S. Boone. 1987. Georgia Jumper (TED) installation instructions. Issued by the Georgia Sea Grant College Program. 4 p.
10. Christian, P.A., J.B. Rivers and S. Morrison. 1988. Morrison soft TED installation instructions. Issued by the Georgia Sea Grant College program.
11. Flournoy, P. and C. Sanders. 2008. A Visitor’s Guide to Accessing Georgia’s Coastal Resources. The University of Georgia Marine Extension Service. University of Georgia, Press 114 pp.
12. Gates, K. 2007. Outdoor Coastal Marine Learning Laboratory Sparks Kids’ Interest in Science. Environmentally Speaking, Newsletter University of Georgia Environmental Safety Division 10(6):3-4.
13. Gates, K.W. and T.L. Stivers. 2007. Are you fishing for trouble? V. vulnificus rack card for fishermen. University of Georgia Marine Extension Service
14. Griffis, M.H. 2009. Coloring Book, the University of Georgia Marine Extension Service, 7 pp.
15. Gates, K. 2005. Bacterial Source Tracking in Puerto Rico with Tuner Fluorometers. Turner Designs News Vol. 10(3).
16. Guadagnoli, D., B. Good, J. Mackinnon, P. Flournoy, J. Harvey and L. Harwell. 2005. The Condition of Georgia’s Estuarine and Coastal Habitats 2000-2002 Interim Report. Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Coastal Resources Division. Report Number 001. Brunswick, GA
17. Hose, E. and L. Liguori. 2011. The Flying Debris. The University of Georgia, Marine Extension Service
18. Harrington, D.L. 1976. Eastland Fisheries Survey Senate Concurrent Resolution II. Georgia Survey. Marine Extension Service, Brunswick, Georgia.
19. Harrington, D.L. 1975. Four nets, more shrimp. NOAA Magazine 5(3). U.S. Department of Commerce, Washington, D.C.
20. Hartel, P., K. Gates, K. Payne, J. McDonald, K. Rodgers, S. Hemmings, J. Fisher and L. Gentit. 2005. Targeted sampling to determine sources of fecal contamination. Stormwater, 6(2): 46-53.
21. Liguori, L. 2010. Shrimp trawling identification guides to finfish, elasmobranches, sea turtles, and invertebrates (water proof books)
22. Liguori, L., T. Douce, and E Hose. 2010. Does this bag make me look fat? (Marine theme re-usable shopping bags)
23. Liguori, L., T. Douce, and E Hose. 2010. Dinner shouldn’t be this confusing (marine themed re-usable shopping bags)
24. Liguori, L. 2009. Coastal creatures: shrimp trawling identification guides to (1) finfish, (2) elasmobranchs, (3) sea turtle, (4) invertebrates and (5) filter feeders(waterproof books for children)
25. Liguori, L., R. Sheeran, M. Mathes and S. Marcinko. 2009. “If you can’t beat “em, eat “em”. (Invasive species educational t-shirts)
26. Liguori, L. 2009. “Pescado grande para los hombres, pescado chico para madres y ninos” (Mercury awareness education t-shirt)
27. Liguori, L. 2009. The Big Boy TED: Taking a bite out of bycatch. Waterproof photo book of recent research
28. Liguori, L. 2009. Cape Carnaveral: Male loggerhead study. Waterproof photo book of recent research
29. Liguori, L. 2009. Testing the waters: collaborative research and outreach to reduce the risks of contaminated seafood.  Waterproof photo book of recent research
30. Liguori, L. 2009. More than one way to skin a cat: controlling the spread of invasive flatheads in the Altamaha River.  Waterproof photo book of recent research
31. Liguori, L. 2009. Overcoming the nurtle hurdle: reducing marine debris. Water proof book for children
32. Liguori, L. 2009. A deep, dark look inside our trash cans: reducing marine debris. Water proof book for children
33. Perkins, B. and W.A. Bough. Aspects of Marine Tourism and Recreation in the Brunswick/Glynn area of Georgia
34. Rocker, D.H. and T.L. Stivers, et al. 2008. Georgia commodities map and activity sheet. Georgia Farm Bureau
35. Stivers, T. 2008. Professional resources. Georgia Environmentalist 30:28 (August). (www.geha-online.org)
36. Stivers, T. 2008. V. vulnificus infection exhibit description in the Society of Gastroenterology Nurses and Associates annual course exhibit and vendor program guide.
37. Stivers, T. and S. Soileau. 2008. V. vulnificus infection exhibit description in the American Diabetes association 68th Scientific Session program
38. Stivers, T. and S. Soileau. 2008. V. vulnificus infection exhibit description in the American College of Gastroenterology annual scientific meeting and postgraduate course exhibit guide
39. Stivers, T.L.  2007. How emergency nurses and personnel can diagnose and treat deadly V. vulnificus infection.  Emergency Nurses Association 2007 Scientific Assembly exhibitor descriptions.
40. Stivers, T.L.  2007. V. vulnificus static display banners in English, Spanish, and Vietnamese for use in consumer education efforts by state public health and extension agencies in California, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Florida and South Carolina (distributed May 2007).
41. Stivers, T. 2006. V. vulnificus infection static displays (2) for medical professional outreach.
42. Stivers, T.L.  2007. Preventing deadly V. vulnificus infection in liver patients.  The Liver Meeting exhibitor descriptions in printed program.
43. Stivers, T.L.  2007. How to diagnose, treat, and prevent V. vulnificus infection.  Exhibitor description published in program for the Southern Nursing Research Society’s annual meeting
44. Stivers, T. 2003. Vibrio vulnificus infections in at-risk patients. Southern Medical Assoc.
Poster presentation. Abstract printed in supplement to December issue Southern Medical Journal.
45. Stivers, T.L. 1989. Georgia Seafood Suppliers Directory. The University of Georgia, Marine Extension Service, School of Marine Sciences, Issued by the Georgia Sea Grant College Program, Athens, GA. 54 pp.
46. Stivers, T.L. 1992. Georgia Seafood Suppliers Directory (Revised edition). The University of Georgia, Marine Extension Service, School of Marine Sciences, Issued by the Georgia Sea Grant College Program, Athens, GA. 54 pp.
47. Stivers, T. 1991. Georgia shellfish dealer’s certification bulletin.
48. Tom, P.D. and T. Stivers. 2007. Vibrio Bacteria Pose Dangers for Consumers, Seafood Workers. March-April 2007 issue, Global Aquaculture Alliance. 10(2):42-43.
49. Vendetti, R., J. Wallace, K. Gates and S. Shephard. 2004. Georgia Shrimp Certification Program: Operations Manual. Wild Georgia Shrimp, Georgia Shrimpers Association, Darien
50. Walker, R.L. and A.J. Power. 2002. Tidal powered upwelling nursery systems for clam aquaculture in Georgia. Georgia Aquaculture Association News. Fall 2002 Newsletter
51. Walker, R.L. and J. P. Richardson. 2002. Marine Aquaculture for Undergraduates at Savannah State University. Georgia Aquaculture Association News. Summer 2002 Newsletter, p. 2.
52. Walker, R.L. 2001. Marine Aquaculture Potential in Georgia. Newsletter of the Center for a Sustainable Coast. Fall 2001, p. 5.
53. Walker, R.L., 2000. Living Precariously in the Food Chain. MariNet, Newsletter of the Marine Extension Service/Spring 2000 Vol 11, Number 14, pp. 1-2.
54. Walker, R.L., 2000. Marine Aquaculture in Georgia. Georgia Aquaculture Association News. Spring 2000. Newsletter, p. 7.
55. Walker, R.L., 1997. Georgia's Conch Fishery - A Misnomer. MariNet, Newsletter of the Marine Extension Service/Fall 1997. Vol 5, Number 6, 4 pp.
56. Whitted, J. 1976-1998. Guide to coastal fishing in Georgia. (A series of coastal Georgia fishing maps for the counties of Bryan, Camden, Chatham, Glynn. Liberty and McIntosh — Designed and partially illustrated by Charlotte Ingram).
57. A Teacher’s Guide Harvesting Georgia’s Shrimp. Brunswick-Glynn County Regional Library and the University of Georgia Marine Extension Service. Issued by Georgia Sea Grant College Program

Education Material

EDUCATIONAL MATERIAL:

1. Batson, Bonnie 2009. A “Catchy” Guide to Trawling . Trawling Identification Booklet. 17 pp.
2. Bertch, Lindsay 2009. Shore Birds 10 pp
3. Bertch, Lindsay 2009. Wading Birds 9 pp
4. Bertch, Lindsay 2009. Large Soaring Birds 9 pp
5. Bertch, Lindsay 2009. Gulls and Terns 7 pp
6. Bertch, Lindsay 2009. Duck-like Birds 7 pp
7. Bertch, Lindsay 2009. Mainland Birds 7 pp
8. Bigham & Frankowski 2007. The floating dock community identification guide.
9. Bliss, A., A. Power, M. Olsen, M. Sweeney-Reeves and A. Rahn. 2008. Coastal Georgia Adopt-A-Wetland Curriculum Guide for Grades 3-12. University of Georgia, Marine Extension Service, 98 pp (www.marex.uga.edu/shellfish/AAW%202008/Education%20Resources/AAW%20Curric%20Guide/CompleteGuide_2008.pdf)
10. Bodrey, R. and K.W. Gates. 2008. Development of Hydromodification BMP Manuals: A strategy to meet conditions for approval of the Coastal Nonpoint Source Program.Semi-annual Progress Report. August. Georgia EPD
11. Bodrey, R. and K.W. Gates. 2009. Development of Hydromodification BMP Manuals: A strategy to meet conditions for approval of the Coastal Nonpoint Source Program.Semi-annual Progress Report. February & August. Georgia EPD
12. Bodrey, R. and K.W. Gates. 2008. Coastal OSDS Location, Inspection and Maintenance. Semi-annual Progress Report. February & August. Georgia EPD
13. Bodrey, R. and K.W. Gates. 2009. Coastal OSDS Location, Inspection and Maintenance. Semi-annual Progress Report. February & August. Georgia EPD
14. Bodrey, R. and K.W. Gates. 2010. Coastal OSDS Location, Inspection and Maintenance. Semi-annual Progress Report. February & August. Georgia EPD
15. Bodrey, R. and L. Liguori 2011. Phase II Coastal OSDS Inspection, Compliance, Geolocation and Analysis. Semi-annual Prgress Report, February & August. Georgia EPD.
16. Bonfantine, K. 1998. Our Burrfish Babies. Tidings issue #3
17. Brim, Matthew 2009. Marine Debris and Me Curriculum 28 pp.
18. Bounds, Sara.  2010.  Painting snails. A math science and art activity to understand the knobbed whelk fishery collapse in GA. 
19. Burkle, L. 2000. Northern Right Whales in our Backyards. The Tidings issue #19.
20. Calkins, J.R. 1986. Future Bright at Marine Extension Center. Skidaway Scences 2(2): 1.
21. Calkins, J.R. 1986. Seafood: The Healthy Alterative. Skidaway Scences 2(2): 2.
22. Calkins, J.R. 1988. Videos: The wave of the future. Current 8:10-12.
23. Calkins, J.R. 1988. Sea Grant educators: Five profiles. Oceanus 31: 64-69.
24. Calkins, J.R. 1989. Modeling the ocean in motion. Science Teacher 56: 28-31.
25. Calkins, J..R.1989. Port of call marine extension center. Current 9: 21-23.
26. Calkins, J.R. 1990. Sapelo Island Visions. Currents 10:17-18.
27. Calkins, J.R. and C.A. Johnson. 1987. Gray’s Reef National Marine Sanctuary: An educational handbook. Savannah, Georgia: National Marine Sanctuary Program (NOAA), U.S. Department of Commerce. 34 p.
28. Calkins, J.R. illustrated by E. Schmidt and K. Roeder. Tales of Whales, Turtles, Sharks and Snails: An Elementary Level Educational Handbook. 55 pp.
29. Chapman, F and W. Hon. Coastal River Communities. Marine Extension Service. 17 pg
30. Crawford, J.A. 1990. A Turtler’s Diary. Skidaway Scenes, Vol. V, issue III, Skidaway Institute of Oceanography, Savannah, GA.
31. Crawford, J. 1992. The American Alligator. Scenes Vol. 18 No. 3. Skidaway Institute of Oceanography, Savannah, GA.
32. Crawford, J. 1992. The Reptiles in our Midst. Scenes Vol. 18 No. 9. Skidaway Institute of Oceanography, Savannah, GA.
33. Crawford, J. 1993. Who’s Pulling Who’s Tale? Vol. 19 No. 5. Skidaway Institute of Oceanography, Savannah, GA.
34. Crawford, J. 1993. A Hint of Sulfur in the Air. Scenes Vol. 18 No. 9. Skidaway Institute of Oceanography, Savannah, GA.
35. Crawford, J. 1993. Tea Anyone? Scenes Vol. 18 No. 12. Skidaway Institute of Oceanography, Savannah, GA.
36. Crawford, J. 1994. Sounds of Silence. Scenes Vol. 18 No. 12. Skidaway Institute of Oceanography, Savannah, GA.
37. Crawford, J. 1996. A Right Whale in the Wrong Place, MariNet, Newsletter of Marine Education Center and Aquarium, Spring 1996, Vol. 2 Number 3
38. Crawford, J.

39. Crawford, J. 1998. Habitat Heroes. MariNet, Newsletter of the UGA Marine Education Center and Aquarium, Spring 1998
40. Crawford, J. 2000. The Invasion of the Turtle Rabbits. Scenes Vol. 16 No. 4. Skidaway Institute of Oceanography, Savannah, GA.
41. Crawford, J. 2002. Invasion of the turtle-rabbits: they are here!!! Observations: Newsletter of the Georgia Science Teacher Association 20(4):16.
42. Crawford, J. 2004. The Goods on Gators. Skinnie Magazine May 2004.
43. Crawford, J. 2004. The Skinnie on Snakes Who’s Pulling whose Tail? Skinnie Magazine June 2004.
44. Crawford, J. 2004. The Shell Game, Turtle Nesting. Skinnie Magazine, June 2004
45. Crawford, J. 2004. Leaping Lizards and many Other Moves. Skinnie Magazine 2004
46. Crawford, J. 2004. Invasion of the Turtle Rabbits. Skinnie Magazine, August 2004
47. Crawford, J. 2007. They Won’t Let Go Until it Thunders. Isle of Hope Community News, October 2007
48. Douce, T. 2009. “Growth of Coastal Georgia Communities and Stormwater Runoff” Coloring Book
49. Douce, T. 2009. “Green Solutions for Homeowners to Reduce Stormwater Runoff”, display poster for public and laymen
50. Douce, T. 2009. “Green Solutions for Communities to Reduce Stormwater Runoff”. Poster for government and professional stakeholders
51. Finkle, S. and P. Schlein. 2002. Behind the scenes at the aquarium. Skidaway Scenes (November, 2002): 24-27.
52. Flournoy, P. and C. Sanders. 2009. A Visitor’s Guide to Accessing Georgia’s Coastal Resources
53. Frick, A.L. 2008. Crab Ecology book covers
54. Frick, A.L. and R. Taylor. 2008. CrabEcology Curriculum: Activities and Handouts.
55. Frick, A.L. 2005. Sea Star Teaching Team Training Manual
56. Frick, A.L. 2005. Sea Star Pre-Trip Information Packets, for K-4 Teachers
57. Frick, A. and B. Williams. 2001. Science and inspiration: summer teacher workshops at UGA MECA. Skidaway Scenes 17(3):19-21.
58. Frick, A. and B. Williams. 2001. Georgia Association of Marine Educators Meets at UGA Marine Education Center and Aquarium, Skidaway Scenes
59. Frick, A.L. 2000. Loggerhead Lunch, Marine Education Program: Sea Turtle Curriculum for the Ocean Society, October 2000
60. Frick, A.L. 2000. Coastal Studies in Georgia. A Guide to Organizations Involved in Education and Research Activities. University of Georgia Marine Education Center and Aquarium, Marine Extension Service 88 pp.
61. Frick, A.L. 1998. Creek Crawlin’: A Classroom Exploration of Ebenezer Creek, for the Conservancy Fund
62. Giovengo, K. 2009. NEMO NOTES “Green Infrastructure Stormwater BMPs”
63. Giovengo, K. 2009. NEMO NOTES “Coastal Stormwater Supplement”
64. Giovengo, K. 2009. “Septic systems Dos and Don’ts factsheet
65. Giovengo, K. 2009. “Why Should I Maintain My Septic System?” Factsheet
66. Giovengo, K. 2009. Coastal Stormwater Supplement to the Georgia Stormwater Management Manual. Georgia EPD.
67. Harris, M. 2003 Tidings Behind the Scenes, Tidings issue #31
68. Hayes, W. 2002. Taking chances. Marinet: Newsletter of the Marine Extension Service. 15(18):3.
69. Hayes, W. 2002. Microbes rule! Marinet: Newsletter of the Marine Extension Service. 16(19):3.
70. Hayes, W. 2003. Thirty Years of marine education at the University of Georgia Marine Education Center and Aquarium. Scenes Newsletter of the Skidaway Marine Science Foundation, March, 2003, p. 3-4.
71. Hayes, W. B.  2002.  Ecological visions.  Marinet:  Newsletter of the Marine Extension Service 17(20): 3.
72. Hayes, W.B. and A.L. Frick. 2000. Georgia Association of Marine Educators Meets at UGA Marine Education Center and Aquarium. Skidaway Scenes 16
73. Heffernan, P.B. 1992. The Irish Connection. Skidaway Scenes March 1992: pages 6-7 & 10
74. Hon, W. Anatomy of a Living Dock
75. Hon, W. Coastal River Communities
76. Hon, W. 1978. Birds of our coastal margin. Outdoors Georgia, pp. 31-38.
77. Hon, W.  1980. The Source Book of Marine Sciences. Florida Oceanography Society. 114 p.
78. Hon, W. 1982. Forum: Up the creek .... where you learn new ways to paddle. Current - The Journal of Marine Education, pp. 5-6.
79. Hon, W. 1983. On Having the World Ocean as our Backyard. University of Georgia Marine Extension Service 59 pp.
80. Hon, W. 1991. Coastal enigma: More birds in winter than summer. Skidaway Scenes, p. 7. Skidaway Institute of Oceanography.
81. Hon, W. 1992. A Biologist/Artist Looks at Design in Marine Science. Georgia-South Carolina Marine Education Conference 24 pages
82. Kannen, Colleen.  2010.  Georgia’s Jellies.  Understanding the life of jellies and coastal development. 
83. Krueger, S.L. 2011. Coast Georgia Adopt-A-Wetland Program. Skidaway Campus Notes. Summer 2011.
84. Krueger, S.L. 2011. The University of Georgia Marine Extension Service Invites you to Adopt-A-Wetland! Skidaway Scoop. Spring 2011.
85. Lapolla, F. 2004. Studies at sea with the UGA Marine Education Center and aquarium. Observations: Newsletter of the Georgia Science Teachers Association 24(4):, p. 15
86. Marine Education Center and Aquarium. 2007. The Floating Dock Community Identification Guide. Identification Guide. University of Georgia Marine Extension Service, Savannah, GA
87. Lindsay, A. 2009. Woods Walking: A Naturalist’s Guide to the Jay Wolf Trail. University of Georgia Marine Extension Service 41 pp.
88. Melancon, M. 2000. Nature transects. Examining outdoor habitats to assess student science-process skills. Science and Children Vol. 38(3):34-37.
89. Mylett, W. 2002. Navigating with Bill Mylett. Marinet: Newsletter of the Marine Extension Service. 15(18):1.
90. Pride, C. and M. Olson. 2007. Enhancing Diversity in the Geosciences through Providing HBCU Science Majors Training in Natural History Interpretation and Teaching Experiences in Predominantly African-American Communities. Journal of Geoscience Education, Volume 55, Number 6: 550-559.
91. Olsen, M. 2006. How to read a fish. Dragonfly Gazette. Georgia Project Wet. Environmental Protection Division. Summer 2006 4-6 pp.
92. Olsen, M. 2006. "Hurricane Season is Here!" in "The Georgia Science Teacher", Fall 2006 pages 2-5 www.georgiascienceteacher.org
93. Olsen, M. 2005. The COSEE-SE Ocean Leadership Institute. National Marine Educators newsletter, NMEA News. Volume 21, Issue 1, Spring
94. Olsen, M. 2005. Sapelo Island Sea Star Science Camp. Skidaway Institute of Oceanography newsletter, Spring
95. Olsen, M. 2005. Phytoplankton Monitoring Training Program in Georgia. Georgia Science Teacher Magazine, August
96. Olsen, M. 2004. Recruiting the Next Generation of Outdoor Educators. The Georgia Science Teacher, Fall
97. Olsen, M. 2004. Recruiting the Next Generation of Outdoor Educators. Georgia Science Teachers Magazine, October 2004.
98. Olsen, M. 2004. Sapelo Island Sea Star Science Camp. Georgia Science Teacher, Fall
99. Olsen, M. 2004. Southeast COSEE: 2004 Ocean Science Education Leadership Institute. Observations: Newsletter of the Georgia Science Teachers Association 22(3), p. 9.
100. Purcell, Kelly.  2010.  What’s on your plate? A seafood art and science adventure for young students to better understand the blue crab fishery in GA.
101. Rivers, R. 1976. Researchers in rubber boots: A boon to the shrimp industry, Research Reporter, The University of Georgia 9: 3-5.
102. Rivers, R. 1978. The sea grant connection. Georgia Alumni Record 57: 20-21 (January/February issue).
103. Rivers, R. 1978. Sea Grant - a lotta work! Research Reporter, The University of Georgia 11: 6-8.
104. Rivers, R. 1980. The Sapelo Mystique. Research Reporter, The University of Georgia 13: 12-16.
105. Rivers, R. 1980. Sea Grant Georgia vs. South Carolina, Nov, 1, 1980: 66-69.
106. Rivers, R. 1983. Keith Gates – He’s the Sherlock Holmes of the seafood industry. Dimensions, The University of Georgia 11: 2-3 (Summer issue).
107. Rivers, R. 1983. Marine Extension Service’s Analytical Services Laboratory – Solving problems for the seafood packers and processors. Dimensions, The University of Georgia 11: 11-12 (Summer issue).
108. Rivers, R. 1984. Small miracles – The Georgia Sea Grant College Program Art Project. The Georgia Journal, February-March, Vol. 4, No. 2.
109. Rivers, R. 1985. “Wardoggle” thrives in Marine Extension Service. Dimensions, The University of Georgia, Vol. 13, No. 2 (Summer issue).
110. Rivers, R. 1985. The guardian of Georgia’s magnificent salt marshes. Georgia Journal, April/May 1985.
111. Rivers, R. 1985. Eeliteracy leads to better fishing. Research Reporter, The University of Georgia, 17: No. 4.
112. Rivers, R. 1987. For the sake of all Georgia, keep Sapelo Island pristine. Opinion Editorial, The Atlanta Journal and Constitution, January 25.
113. Rivers, R. 1988. Clam Culture in Georgia, Dimensions, The University of Georgia. Vol. 15, No. 4 (Winter issue).
114. Rivers, R. 1988. Sea Grant Program. Georgia vs. William & Mary, Oct. 29, 1980: 90-91
115. Rivers, R. Clam Aquaculture. Georgia vs. South Carolina, September 30, 1989: 84-85.
116. Sanders, D. 2012. Green Eggs and Sand. Skidaway Scoops June 2012 page 1
117. Sanders, D. 2009. High School Students Immerse Themselves in Coastal Science. Skidaway Campus Notes. Winter 2009
118. Sanders, D. 2008. Horseshoe Crabs: Raising to Release. Teacher Guide. The University of Georgia Marine Extension Service
119. Sanders, D. 2008. Horseshoe Crabbing at the Beach. Skidaway Campus Notes: Winter 2008
120. Sanders, D. 2008. Students Learn About Marine Science Careers. Skidaway Scoop. Summer 2008
121. Sanders, D. Coastal Connections: An Immersion Excursion. Skidaway Scoop. Fall 2008
122. Sanders, D. 2008. Students SURF the Georgia Coast. Skidaway Campus Notes. Fall 2008
123. Sanders, D. Salty Science!. Skidaway Scoop. Spring 2008.
124. Sanders, D. 2007. Green Eggs and Sand. Skidaway Scoop, November 2007
125. Sanders, D. 2007. SURF’s Up for Middle School Students at UGA MECA. Skidaway Scoop. Spring 2007
126. Sanders, D. 2007. Students SURF the Georgia Coast. Skidaway Scoop. Spring 2007.
127. Sanders, D.P. and A. Power. 2005. GEORGIA (Generating Enhanced Oyster Reefs in Georgia’s Inshore Areas): A Tool for Environmental Education. Observations Newsletter of the Georgia Science Teachers Association Newsletter. Volume XXIII, Number III, January 2005.
128. Sanders, D. and M. Sweeney-Reeves. 2005. GEORGIA Education Program Curriculum. Marine Extension Service, University of Georgia.
129. Sanders, D. and A. Power. 2005. GEORGIA (Generating Enhanced Oyster Reefs in Georgia’s Inshore Areas): A Tool for Environmental Education. Observations Vol. XXIII, No. III
130. Sanders, D. 2004. The Shell Game: Replenishing Oyster Habitats. The Skinnie, March 2004.
131. Sanders, J.G. and D.P. Sanders. 2003. The Skidaway Marine Science Campus: A Less Visible Aspect of Life on Skidaway Island. The Skinnie
132. Schoettle, H.E.T. 1983. A field guide to Jekyll Island. Georgia Sea Grant Program, University of Georgia, Athens, 48 p.
133. Schoettle, H.E.T. 1989. A field guide to Sea Island. The Sea Island and the Cloister, Sea Island. 44 p.
134. Schottle, H.E.T. and text illustration by Will Hon. A study approach to the Georgia Coast. The Ocean Beach Study Unit I. Prepared by the University of Georgia Marine Extension Service, Issued by the University of Georgia Sea Grant College Program and Printed by the University of Georgia Cooperative Extension Service.
135. Schottle, H.E.T. and text illustration by Will Hon. A study approach to the Georgia Coast. Profile of a salt marsh. Prepared by the University of Georgia Marine Extension Service, Issued by the University of Georgia Sea Grant College Program and Printed by the University of Georgia Cooperative Extension Service.
136. Schmidt, E. 2003. Elderhostel Programs at the Marine Education Center and Aquarium. Scenes Newsletter of the Skidaway Marine Science Foundation July 2003, pp. 20-22.
137. Spence, L., A. Bliss, M. Olsen and E. Bell. 2008. The Educator’s Guide to Marine Debris Southeast and Gulf of Mexico. R.L. Bryan Company, Columbia, SC 44pp.

138. Spence, L.L., B.A. Schaeffer, C. Thomas, T. Kirby Hathaway, and M. Olsen. 2006. Coastal Ocean Observing Technology Transfer to Educators. Marine Technology Society Journal 39(4):79-82.

139. Springer, Stephanie 2009. Maritime Forest Scavenger Hunt Cards. 17 pp. (www.marex.uga.edu/aquarium/docs/ID_sheets/Tree%20facts%20sheet.pdf)
140. Stivers, T., M. Tobin-D’Angelo, A.W. Wright and P.D. Tom. 2005. SafeOysters.orgVibrio vulnificus infection website with sections for health care professional, consumers, fishermen, food and health educators and seafood dealers. University of Georgia Marine Extension Service. (www.SafeOysters.org).
141. Stivers, T. 1999. Spectacular Seafood: A Manual for Family Consumer Science Teachers. University of Georgia Marine Extension Service and Georgia Sea Grant College Program.
142. Stivers, T. 2002. Georgia Seafood Suppliers Directory on the Internet at http://www.marex.uga.edu/seafood/
143. Stivers, T.  2003.  Vibrio vulnificus and raw oysters and clams.  Salty Dog (University of GA Marine Extension Service newsletter).  October issue.
144. Stivers, T.  2003.  Liver disease and raw oysters. Liver-Line (American Liver Foundation GA Chapter newsletter). Summer issue, p. 15.
145. Stivers, T.L.  2003.  Important news for raw oyster consumers.  News for Families and Consumers (University of Georgia Cooperative Extension Service).  July, pp. 22-23.
146. Stivers, T. 2004. Oyster-related Georgia Vibrio vulnificus cases. News for Families and Consumers (UGA Cooperative Extension Service publication). July 2004. Pp. 12-14.
147. Stivers, T. August 2006. Food and Health Educators. Preventing Vibrio vulnificus Infection in Consumers and High-Risk Patients (Compact disc with multimedia, educational resources) University of Georgia Marine Extension Service
148. Sweeney-Reeves, M. 2001. Adopt-A-Wetland Program comes to Chatham County. The ater Spout. The Chatham County - Savannah Water Resources Program Vol 2, No. 1
149. Sweeney-Reeves, M., A. Power and E. Covington. 2003. Coastal Georgia Adopt-A-Wetland Manual. An invitation for citizen involvement in monitoring coastal marshes and beaches. University of Georgia. Marine Extension Service. 141 pp.
150. Sweeney-Reeves, M. 2002. Adopt-A-Wetland a Volunteer Program for Coastal Georgia. Skidaway Scenes pp. 25-27
151. Sweeney-Reeves, M. 2004. Mucking in the Mud for a good cause. Passport to the Sea, Fall, Vol. 1, Issue 3.
152. Sweeney-Reeves, M. 2004. Water Quality Marine Life and what it means to you. Tybee Island News, December, pp. 27-29.
153. Sweeney-Reeves, M. 2005. Whelks, the Living Shells on the Beach. Tybee Island News, January, pp 28-30.
154. Sweeney-Reeves, M., Power, A. & E. Covington. 2006. Coastal Georgia Adopt-A-Wetland Training Manual: An Invitation to Monitor Georgia’s Coastal Wetlands.  Second Printing 2006, University of Georgia. 125 pp.
155. Timmons, M. 1966. The University of Georgia Marine Education Center and Aquarium (MECA). Handbook for Marine Education Interns. 7th revision.
156. Timmons, M. 1996-2010. The University of Georgia Marine Education Center and Aquarium (MECA) Handbook for Marine Education for Volunteers.
157. Timmons, M. 1995-2010. The University of Georgia Marine Education Center and Aquarium (MECA) Handbook for Marine Education Interns.
158. Timmons, M. 2003. Marine Education Internships at UGA. In the SECOSEE electronic newsletter, November
159. Timmons, M. 2002. Shark curriculum, two chapters: Shark reproduction and Shark age and growth. In The Ocean Society publication on marine organisms, in conjunction with the New England Aquarium and the Georgia Association of Marine Education.
160. Timmons, M.  2002. Marine Education Teaching Internships. Scenes, Newsletter of the Skidaway Marine Science Foundation. 18: (1): 22-23.
161. Timmons, M. 2002. Great Waters book review in Whales Tales, University of Georgia Marine Science center and Aquarium Newsletter, Spring 2002.
162. Timmons, M., C. Muir, P. Shlein, and S. Finkle. 2002. University of Georgia Marine Education Center and Aquarium, Skidaway Island, Savannah, Georgia, U.S.A. International Zoo News website: http://www.aquariauk.com/news8b.html Editor: Nicholas Gould, 80 Cleveland Road, Cleveland Road, Chichester, West Sussex PO19 2HF, U.K.
163. Timmons, M. 1996. The University of Georgia Marine Extension Service Marine Note Series No. 1, Marine polychaetes - a lively spawning event.
164. Timmons, M. 1997. The University of Georgia Marine Extension Service, Marine Note Series No. 2, Gyotaku.
165. Timmons, M. 1998. The University of Georgia Marine Extension Service Marine Note Series No. 3, Marine Biology as a Career.
166. Timmons, M. 2008. National Marine Educators Conference held in Savannah, Skidaway Scoop, April 2008.
167. Timmons, M. 2008. NMEA 2008: An Opportunity for Georgia’s Marine Education Community to Shine! Skidaway Scoop. April 2008
168. Timmons, M. Algal Bloom Detected. Skidaway Scoop, August 2007
169. Timmons, M. 2007. New Interns at MECA. Skidaway Scoop. September 2007
170. Timmons, M. 2002. Marine education teaching internships at UGA MECA. Skidaway Scenes 18(1):22-23.
171. Timmons, M. 2001. Shark Curriculum, two chapters: Shark Reproduction and Shark Age and Growth, for The Ocean Society in conjunction with the New England Aquarium and the Georgia Association of Marine Educators.
172. Timmons, M. 2001. Teachers research projects in 3 to 5 days! UGA Marine Extension Service Bulletin
173. Timmons, M. 2001. Fish Curriculum, three chapters: Fish Hydrodynamics, Fish Research, and Fish Classification, for The Ocean Society in conjunction with the New England Aquarium and the Georgia Association of Marine Educators.
174. Timmons, M. 2000. Hatchling Game. The Ocean Society publication on Sea Turtle, in conjunction with the New England Aquarium and the Georgia Association of Marine Educators.
175. Tobin-D’Angelo, M. and T. Stivers. 2005. New Vibrio vulnificus resource for medical professionals. Georgia Epidemiology report, vol 21(8) (August), p. 3 Available at www.health.state.ga.us/epi/manuals/ger.asp.
176. White, Katie. 2010. One Fish, Two Fish, Redfish, You Fish: Managing a Recreational Red Drum (Redfish) Fishery
177. Williams, B. 2001. Education at a distance: videoconferencing possibilities in Georgia. Observations: Newsletter of the Georgia Science Teachers Association 20(2):8.
178. Williams, B. 2002. Y’all come on down...  Observations: Newsletter of the Georgia Science Teachers Association 20(3):2.
179. Yamaguchi & Bell 2000 Zooplankton Identification Guide
180. Yamaguchi & Gould 2000 Phytoplankton Identification Guide
181. A Teacher’s Guide to Harvesting Georgia’s Shrimp. Produced by the Brunswick-Glenn County Regional Library and the University of Georgia Marine Extension Service. Issued by the Georgia Sea Grant Program

Shellfish Outreach

SHELLFISH OUTREACH:

1. Power, A., A. Rahn and T. Bliss. 2007. Aquatic Invasive Species - A Guide to Non-native Species in Coastal Georgia. University of Georgia, Marine Extension Service. 12 pp. (http://www.marex.uga.edu/shellfish/invasive%20webitems/Education%20materials/Booklet%20Prof%20minus%20blank%pages.pdf)
2. Rahn, A., A. Power, and T. Bliss. 2008. Aquatic Invasive Species Volunteer Monitoring - A Companion manual for the Georgia Adopt-A-Wetland program. University of Georgia, Marine Extension Service. 57 pp.  (http://www.marex.uga.edu/shellfish/invasive%20webitems/Education%20materials/UGA%20MAREX%20ais%20manual%20FINAL.pdf)
3. 2008 Non-point Source Pollution Calendar - Shellfish Laboratory
4. Bliss, T. 2009. Coastal Georgia Essential Fish Habitat 2010 Tide Charts .The University of Georgia Marine Extension Service

Information Flyers, Fact Sheets, Videos/CD/DVD/Podcast/PSA and Newsletters


INFORMATION  FLYERS:

1. Have You Seen This Mussel? University of Georgia Marine Extension Service and Sapelo Island National Estuarine Research Reserve, Marine Extension Note 1, April 2003.
2. Stop Aquatic Hitchhikers. University of Georgia Marine Extension Service and Georgia Sea Grant 2004.
3. Have You Seen Me? Green Mussel Flyer. Marine Extension Service, Georgia Sea Grant, & Sapelo Island National Estuarine Research Reserve 2004.
4. Georgia Clam Chowder. 2004. University of Georgia Marine Extension Service.
5. Have You Seen Me? University of Georgia Marine Extension Service, Sapelo Island National Estuarine Research Reserve, and Georgia Sea Grant Program. 2005.
6. Vibrio vulnificus. Fact Sheet for Food & Health Educators. SafeOysters.org (Tori Stivers) July 2006.
7. Mytella charruana Charrua Mussel (Invasive Species) 2007
8. Have You Seen Me? – Megabalanus Barnacle Public Awareness (flyer) 2007
9. Have You Seen Me? – Ficopomatus Tubeworm Public Awareness (flyer) 2007
10. Please Do Not Collect Live Sand Dollars (flyer) 2006
11. Waterfront Homeowners
12. Katie Hill & Miranda Wrobel (2007) Beachcombing Identification Guide.
13. Andrew Bigham & Deana Frankowski (2007) The Floating Dock Community Identification Guide.
14. Yamaguchi, E. and C. Bell 2007 Zooplankton Identification Guide.
15. Yamaguchi, E. & Gould 2007 Phytoplankton Identification Guide.
16. Bodrey, R. 2008. On-site Septic & Well Systems Mapping Project. Door Hanger for Phase I & II. The University of Georgia Marine Extension Service
17. NEMO: Low Impact Development (Katie Hoover) 2008
18. NEMO: Nonpoint Source Pollution (Katie Hoover) 2008
19. NEMO: Bioretention (Katie Hoover) 2008
20. NEMO: Nonpoint Source Pollution (NPS) & NPS Pollution & Development (Katie Hoover) 2008
21. University of Georgia Marine Extension Service: Georgia Fund Brochure 2008
22. Animals of the Salt Marsh. M. Sweeney-Reeves 2008
23. Reduce Risk from Fish You Catch and Eat. August 2011.


FACTSHEETS:

1. Georgia Clam Chowder

Aquatic Invasive Series       All by A. Bliss, A. Power, M. Olsen, M. Sweeney Reeves, & A. Rahn 2007

1. Aquatic Invasive Species
2. Native Species: Crabs
3. Native Species: Eastern Oyster
4. Native Species: Diamondback Terrapins
5. Native Species: Nudibranchs
6. Native Species: Phytoplankton
7. Native Species: Polychaetes
8. Native Species: Shrimp
9. Native Species: Snails
10. Native Species: Tunicates
11. Native Species: Wetland Birds
12. Invasive Species: Aquatic Invasive Species
13. Invasive Species: Australian Tubeworm
14. Invasive Species: Charrua Mussel
15. Invasive Species: Green Mussel
16. Invasive Species: Green Porcelain Crab
17. Invasive Species: Island Applesnail
18. Invasive Species: Red Lionfish
19. Invasive Species: Titan Acorn Barnacle
20. Invasive Species: Alligatorweed and Water Hyacinth
21. Invasive Species: Hydrilla
22. Invasive Species: Marsh Dewflower & Giant Salvinia
23. Habitats, Processes, Legislation: Counties & Watersheds
24. Habitats, Processes, Legislation: Marsh Zones
25. Habitats, Processes, Legislation: Oyster Reefs
26. Habitats, Processes, Legislation: Non Point Source Pollution
27. Habitats, Processes, Legislation: Tides
28. Habitats, Processes, Legislation: Clean Water Act & Shoreline Protection Act
29. Habitats, Processes, Legislation: Marshland Protection Act

Marine Extension Service and Gwinnett Environmental and Heritage Center Coastal Fact Sheets
(2006)


1. Horseshoe Crab
2. Bottlenose Dolphin
3. Coastal Birds
4. Grays Reef
5.  Salt Marsh
6. Coastal Water Quality
7. Whales of the Southeast Waters
8. Sea Star
9. Hermit Crab
10. Spider Crab
11. Coastal Erosion
12. Knobbed Whelk
13. Channeled Whelk
14. Lightning Whelk
15. Pear Whelk
16. Whelk Fishery
17. Horse Conch
18. Green Mussel
19. Atlantic Oyster Drill
20. Hurricanes
21. Hard Clams
22. Hard clam Fishery
23. Eastern Oyster

Sustainable Landscaping Series
 
1. The Franklin Tree: Georgia’s Lost Coastal Gem
2. Plant Natives! A Very Berry Time of Year
3. Plant Natives! Picking the Right Native Plant for the Right Location
4. Conservation Landscaping Tools
5. CoastScapes: Coastal Georgia Native Plant Conservation Landscape Demonstration Site Brunswick, Georgia

VIDEOS/CD/DVD/PODCAST:

1. The Blue Crab. Produced and written by Taylor Schoettle. Video VHS format.
2. The Coast of Georgia: Land, Sea and Marsh. Produced, directed and written by Jay Calkins. Video VHS format. Savannah, Ga, The University of Georgia, Marine Extension Service.
3. Harvesting Georgia's Shrimp. Video VHS format.
4. Shrimp Trawl Bycatch Reduction Devices. 1996. Running time 24:49 minutes. Produced and written by Richard Vendetti. Video VHS format. Brunswick, GA, The University of Georgia, Marine Extension Service.
5. Reducing Shrimp Loss with the After Boom Pick-up Method. Video VHS format. Brunswick, GA, The University of Georgia, Marine Extension Service 5:45 minutes
6. Underwater Investigations of the Fisheye Bycatch Reduction Device. Texas A&M Marine Advisory Service and University of Georgia Marine Advisory Service. TRT 15:40 minutes.
7. Underwater Investigations of the Bycatch Reduction Device. Texas A&M Marine Advisory Service and University of Georgia Marine Advisory Service. TRT 8 minutes.8. Dolphin/Trawl Interactions. Video VHS format. Brunswick, GA, The University of Georgia, Marine Extension Service TRT: 28:00 minutes
9. Marine Biologist in Action. Georgia Department of Natural Resources and University of Georgia Marine Extension Service TRT: 18:50 minutes.
10. Knot Orientation (Marine Advisory Version). Video VHS format. Brunswick, GA, The University of Georgia, Marine Extension Service. TRT: 9.00 minutes
11. Knot Orientation (National Marine Fisheries Service’s Version). Video VHS format. Brunswick, GA. The University of Georgia, Marine Extension Service. TRT: 15.00 minutes
12. Shrimp Trawls Design & Performance (42 minutes)
13. Harrington, D.L., G. Graham, L.G. Parker and R.G. Overman. 1997. Underwater investigations of the fisheye BRD. (Research Video, 15 min, 40 sec.).
14. A Century of Shrimping: Portrait of an American Industry. 2001. A 27 minute video by Richard Vendetti, Keith Gates and Robert Overman
15. G.E.O.R.G.I.A., 2005. A 5 minute video by Dr.Alan  Power and Bob Williams
16. Preventing Scombrotoxin (Histamine) Poisoning On A Fishing Vessel. A 18 minute DVD
17. Bryant, D. and T. Stivers. 2006. Vibrio vulnificus infection podcast. Georgia Sea Grant College Program. Www.SafeOysters.org18. Georgia Project WET Facilitator Workshop (Water Education for Teachers), COSEE SE, Marine Education Center and Aquarium, Skidaway Island, GA, November 1-3, 2006 Margaret Olsen
19. Frick, A.L. and R. Taylor. 2008. CrabEcology: Coastal Habitats Video.
20. Liquori, L., R. Overman, and T. Shierling. 2008. Diamondback terrapin excluders in crab pots: design and installation. DVD format. The University of Georgia. Marine Extension Service. Running time 7:45 minutes. (www.marex.uga.edu/advisory/Library/Diamondback%20Terrapin%20Excluders.mp4)


PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENTS (PSA):

1.  OSDS Phase I Project Awareness 2008 (Bodrey and Overman)
2. OSDS Phase II Project Awareness. 2010 (Bodrey and Overman)
1. “Got Shell” TV created by Alan Power, Robert Overmen and Daniel Harris. 2008
2. Aquarium Hobbyists – Aquatic Invasive Awareness 2007
3. Boaters - Aquatic Invasive Awareness 2007
4. Anglers - Aquatic Invasive Awareness 2007
5. Water Gardeners - Aquatic Invasive Awareness 2007
6. Public Bathing Waters: Children on the beach. 2007
7. Public Bathing Waters: Katy Austin on beach. 2007
8. Public Bathing Waters: Coach Mark Richt. 2007
9. Monofilament Recycling. 60 second, 2008 (Liguori, Christian and Taylor)
10. Bilge socks. 30 second 2008 (Liguori and Christain)
11. Mercury Testing: Got Hair 2010 (Liguori)
12. Big Boy TED 2012 (Liguori)


NEWSLETTERS:

1. SALTYDOG: Marine Advisory Quarterly Newsletter
2. Marine Business News
3. Marinet: Marine Education Newsletter
4. TIDINGS: Marine Education Intern Quarterly Newsletter
5. MARINE NOTES: Annual Bulletin
6. NEMO Notes quarterly (Katie Hoover): April 2008, July 2008, October 2008, & January 2009
7.  Frick, A.L. 1999-2005.  Whale Tales, Quarterly Newsletter of the Georgia Association of Marine Education (Frick, A.L. editor and writer).
8. Oyster Observer Newsletter issue 1-3: Erica Lemoine - Daniel Harris
9. M.E.C.A. MINUTE (Aquarium newsletter - Karin Paquin editor): June 2009; Aug 09; Oct 09; Dec 09; Feb 2010; April 10; June 10; Aug 10; Oct 10; Dec 10; Feb 2011; Apr 11; Oct 11; Feb 2012; April12; Aug 12; Oct 12;
10. SURF NEWS Students Understanding Resources for the Future (D. Sanders)
11. Georgia Vibrio Newsletter for Interstate Certified Shellfish Shippers 2010 (T. Stivers) (www.marex.uga.edu/seafood/Library/VibrioNewsetter_Dec2010email.pdf))
12. “Something Fishy” Newsletter of the Marine Extension Volunteers Nov-Dec 1992, Feb 1994

Publications of MAREX: Posters, Brochures, Rack Cards, GIS, Web-based Pubications

POSTERS:

1. Christian, P. 2005. Bilge Sock Education Poster
2. Hon, W. How Birds Make a Living on the Coast.
3. Miller, D. and R. Rivers, illustrated by C. Ingram. Common fishes of Gray's Reef.
4. Grays Reef National Marine Sanctuary staff, illustrated by E. Schmidt. Invertebrates of the Reef.
5. Grays Reef National Marine Sanctuary staff, illustrated by K.  Roeder. Rivers to Reef.
6. Oyster Reef Restoration design by Edith Schmidt.
7. SECOSEE, South East Center for Ocean Education Excellence, by Margaret Olsen and E. Schmidt
8. CrabEcology, 2008,
Anne Frick and Rebecca Taylor
9. Rivers to Reef. Coastal Ecosystem of the South Eastern United States (2009) Gray’s Reef National Marine Sanctuary and UGA Shellfish Laboratory
10. Georgia Salt Marsh Essential Habitat (2009) Shellfish Laboratory
11. CoastScape (2008), Giovengo
12. Diamondback Terrapin Excluder Project (Belcher and Shierling)
13. Today’s Innovative Net Designs ... reducing environmental impacts. Marine Extension Service and Gulf & South Atlantic Fisheries Foundation (2008)
14. Skidaway Interpretive Cabin Poster Series by Anne Frick (2009)
15. Look what the cat dragged in: invasive flathead catfish in the Altamaha River; Mysterious mussels: ecosystem relationships between catfish and imperiled mussel species in the Altamaha River. (Altamaha River poster series) (Liguori 2009)
16. Who let the cat out? (Altamaha River poster series) Liguori (2009)
17. Mysterious mussels: ecosystem relationship between flathead catfish and imperiled mussel species in the Altamaha River. (Altamaha River poster series) Liguori (2009)
18. Rare Mussels of the Altamaha (Altamaha River poster series) Liguori (2009)
19. Sea Turtles of the Georgia Coast (2010), Karin Paquin
20. Manatees and Dolphins and Boating Safety (2010), Colleen Kannen and Kelly Purcell
21. Reptiles of Georgia Coast (2010), Colleen Kannen and Kelly Purcell
22. Wading Birds of the Georgia Coast (2010), Linsay Bertch and Karin Paquin
23. Gulls and Terns of the Georgia Coast (2010), Karin Paquin
24. Live Oaks (2010), Karin Paquin
25. Touch Tank Poster Series (2010), Karin Paquin, Devin Dumont, Lindsay Bertch and Bonnie Batson
26. The Georgia Jumper Big Boy TED (2012)
27. Coastscapes: Native Plant Search Engine for the Coastal Plain of Georgia (2012)

28. G.E.O.R.G.I.A. Generating Enhanced Oyster Reefs in Georgia's Inshore Areas (Power)


BROCHURES/RACK CARDS:

1. Bodrey, R. and K. Gates. 2011. Coastal Georgia OSDS: Geo-location, Inspection, & Maintenance Project Poster. Georgia Water Resources Conference. Athens, GA
2. Bodrey, R. 2008, 2009, 2010. Coastal OSDS Initiative Poster. Georgia Department of Natural Resource’s Coastfest. Brunswick, GA
3. Safe Seafood (consumer brochure) March 2000 (Stivers)
4. Bilge Sock. Information Card 2005 (Christian)
5. Aquaculture of the Black Sea Bass in Georgia (Walker)
6. Care for your Heart (consumer brochure). American Health Assoc. Atlanta Affiliate. October 1993 (Stivers et al.)
7. Field Studies in Marine Sciences Marine Extension Service
8. Three Views of the Georgia Coast
9. Georgia Clams (Walker)
10. Georgia Whelks and the Conch Fishery (Walker)
11. Shellfish Aquaculture Laboratory
12. Coastal Georgia Adopt-A-Wetlands: An invitation for citizen involvement in water quality monitoring (Power)
13. Non-point Education for Local Officials
14. Non-point Education for Municipal Officials (Hoover)
15. Georgia hard clam farming and how to get started 2004 (Power)
16. Water Quality Research 2004 (Gates)
17. G.E.O.R.G.I.A. Generating Enhanced Oyster Reefs for Georgia’s Inshore Areas 2005 (Power)
18. Adopt-A-Wetlands (Power)
19. Marine Extension Service Oyster Restoration Education Programs 2005 (Power)
20. Are you fishing for trouble? Vibrio infections. 2006 (Stivers)
21. Georgia Shellfish Aquaculture (2007 brochure)
22. Marine Extension Service (2006 brochure)
23. Promoting Animal Waste Stewardship – PAWS (2007 brochure)
24. Aquarium Hobbyists – Aquatic Invasive Awareness (2007 rack card)
25. Boaters - Aquatic Invasive Awareness (2007 rack card)
26. Anglers - Aquatic Invasive Awareness (2007 rack card)
27. Water Gardeners - Aquatic Invasive Awareness (2007 rack card)
28. Aquatic Invasive Species: A guide to non-native species in Coastal Georgia (2007 booklet)
29. S.U.R.F. Students Understanding Resources for the Future (2007/2008) (D. Sanders)
30. The Bottom Line on Bottom Paint for Coastal Georgia Boaters (K. Gates, P. Christian & K. Giovengo)
31. Liguori, L. 2010. Got Hair? Cutting-edge direct mercury analysis: mercury testing kit
32. One Coast One Future (Giovengo)
33. University of Georgia Marine Education Center and Aquarium Season Pass (K. Paquin)
34. Liguori, L. Opening New Doors: Testing new trawl door designs to promote fuel conservation
35. Liguori, L. 2009. The problem with plastic: reducing marine debris one grocery bag at a time. Four personalized pamphlets for Winn-Dixie, Harris Teeter, Piggly Wiggly and Publix to promote customer use of re-usage bags
36. Liguori, L. 2008. Wild turtle testing results: The Georgia Jumper Turtle Excluder Device
37. Paquin, K. 2010. University of Georgia Marine Education Center and Aquarium Seasonal Pass
38. My Mercury Facts. (2012)
39. Coastscapes: Sustainable Native Plant Landscapes for People, Wildlife, and Georgia’s Coast (2011)


SPECIALITY GIS:

1. Walker, R.L., F. Hay and K.A. Payne. 2001. Creation of an integrated, customized GIS
and a four CD-ROM set for water quality in McIntosh County, Georgia
2. Payne, K.A. 2002. GIS for K-12 teachers. One CD-ROM
3. Payne, K.A. 2002. Coastal Georgia National Wetlands Inventory Data. GIS CD ROM, 
two set: county and HUC level data.
4.  Payne, K.A. 2003. Coastlines 2003. No Wetlands/ No Seafood. GIS and Remote Sensing
for Wetland Studies: Lectures, Lab Exercise, Software and Datasets. July 8-23, Skidaway Island, Georgia.
5. Power, A. T. Bliss, A. Rahn and R. Walker. 2007. South Atlantic Bight GIS database:
Native and invasive polychaete, mollusk, crustacean and fish species.
6. Walker, R.L., C.F. Cotton and K.A. Payne. 2003. Coastal Non-point Source Pollution 
in McIntosh County near Water Septic Tanks, 2002.  A GIS inventory of on-site septic
systems adjacent to the coastal waters of McIntosh County, Georgia. University of
Georgia, School of Marine Programs, Unpublished Manuscript, 42 pp. With ESRItm
compatible digital database.


WEB-BASED/ELECTRONIC PUBLICATIONS:

1. Coastal Georgia NEMO Website. 2009. The NEMO website, www.uga.edu/coastalnemo, was created to serve as a platform for coastal Georgia NEMO-related water quality and land planning tools, resources, and links
2. Douce, T. 2009. Growth of coastal Georgia communities and stormwater runoff, interactive PowerPoint Presentation
3. Gates, K. 2009. Georgia Sea Grant Strategic Planning and Sustainable Seafood Supply, September 22, 2009. Savannah
4. Giovengo, K., R. Overmen and T. Douce. 2009. Updated Coastal Georgia GA NEMO website (www.uga.edu/coastalnemo) including all newly developed material
5. Green Coast Certification Program. 2009. Sustainable Design for Georgia’s Coast. (www.marex.uga/advisory/).
6. K-12 and Adult Educational Fact Sheets. 2009. NEMO published several coastal GA specific fact sheets including introduction to NEMO, Non-point Source Pollution, Low Impact Development, Bioretention and Rain Gardens, and Green Infrastructure Stormwater that can be used for K-12 and Adult Education. Georgia and National NEMO Network factsheets are available at www.uga.edu/coastalnemo and www.uga.edu/factsheets
7. Liguori, L. 2008. Http://www.marex.uga.edu/advisory/fisheries.html.
8. Liguori, L. 2008. Http://marex.uga.edu/advisory/PublicOutreach.html.
9. NEMO Brochure and Factsheets. NEMO produced educational brochures available in both print and through the NEMO website to provide the scientific basis and technical steps needed to protect coastal natural resources and reduce urban sprawl (www.uga.edu/coastalnemo and www.uga.edu/factsheets).
10. SafeOysters.org. The MAREX website designed to inform health care professionals and the general public about the dangers associated with the consumption of molluscan shellfish containing he bacteria Vibrio vulnificus. (www.SafeOyster.org).
11. Coastal Septic System Mapping & Inventory Project. (Http://www.marex.uga.edu/advisory/cssmip.html)
12. Hydomodification Best Management Practices Manual for Coastal Georgia. (Http://marex.uga.edu/advisory/hbmpeg.html)