WRD Publications and Reports


Most recent projects listed first.

Amphibian and Reptile Projects

Status and Distribution of the Alligator Snapping Turtle in the Flint River in Georgia

Occurrence of the Eastern Hellbender in the Coosawattee River System, Georgia

Bird Projects

Targeted Species Survey - Swainson's Warbler and Bachman's Sparrow (2005-2008)

Bird Strikes at Atlanta's Commercial Buildings (2005)

Appalachian Yellow-bellied Sapsucker Sightings on the Tellico District, Cherokee National Forest, with a 1995 Nesting Record (2004)

Possible Range Expansion of Cedar Waxwings in Georgia (2003)

Status of the Golden-winged Warbler in North Georgia, and a Nesting Record of a Lawrence's Warbler (2003)

Freshwater Species Projects

Estimating Occupancy of Rare Fishes Using Visual Surveys, With a Comparison to Backpack Electrofishing (Southeastern Naturalist, 2011)

Ecology and Biogeography of the Piedmont Blue Burrower (2011)

Accounting for Incomplete Detection When Estimating Site Occupancy of Bluenose Shiner in Southwest Georgia (2007)

Investigation of the Trout Fishery in the Chattahoochee River below Buford Dam (2003)

Evaluation of Walleye Introductions into Lake Burton and Seed (1998)

A Recommended Method to Protect Instream Flows in Georgia (1995)

Biochemical Genetics of Crappie in Georgia (1995)

Identification of Brown Trout Populations in Georgia (1990)

The Impacts of Sand and Gravel Dredging on Trout and Trout Habitat in the Chattahoochee River (1986)

Investigation of Techniques for Differentiating Stocked Hatchery Reared and Native Fingerling Striped Bass (1975) 

Mammal Projects

Opinions and Attitudes of Georgia Residents, Hunters and Landowners toward Deer Management in Georgia 

Natural Community Projects

Carolina Bays of Georgia 

Prescribed Burning and other Restoration Projects

Plant Projects


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