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Submissions from 2016

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Consequences of Secondary Calibrations on Divergence Time Estimates, John J. Schenk

Submissions from 2015

Freezing Behaviour Facilitates Bioelectric Crypsis in Cuttlefish Faced with Predation Risk, Christine N. Bedore

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Long-Term Changes in Structure and Function of a Tropical Headwater Stream Following a Disease-Driven Amphibian Decline, Heidi M. Rantala, Amanda M. Nelson, Jessica N. FulgonI, Matt R. Whiles, Robert O. Hall Jr, Walter K. Dodds, Piet Verburg, Alex D. Huryn, Catherine M. Pringle, Susan Kilham, Karen R. Lips, J. Checo Colón-Gaud, Amanda T. Rugenski, Scot D. Peterson, Kelley Fritz, Kerry E. McLeran, and Scott Connelly

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Soil and Leaf Nutrient Analysis of the Endangered Herb, Baptisia arachnifera, in Georgia, United States, Ruth Ann Steinbrecher, Lissa Leege, and Subhrajit K. Saha

Submissions from 2014

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Stem Girdling Affects the Quantity of CO2 Transported in Xylem as well as CO2 Efflux from Soil, Jasper Bloeman, Laura Agneessens, Lieven Van Meulebroek, Doug P. Aubrey, Mary Anne McGuire, Robert O. Teskey, and Kathy Steppe

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Principles of Biology II Laboratory Manual, Gwendolyn Denise Carroll (Ed.)

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Initial Versus Longer-Term Effects of Tadpole Extirpation on Algal Resources and Nitrogen Cycling in a Neotropical Stream, Scott Connelly, Catherine M. Pringle, Thomas Barnum, Meshagae Hunte-Brown, Susan Kilham, Matt R. Whiles, Karen R. Lips, J. Checo Colón-Gaud, and Roberto Brenes

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The Sucking Lice (Phthiraptera: Anoplura) Of Georgia, USA: Hosts, Geographical Distributions, and Medical/Veterinary Importance, Lance A. Durden, Edie E. Willis, Allison M. Garretson, and Marina E. Eremeeva

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Do Omnivorous Shrimp Influence Mayfly Nymphs in a Tropical Island Stream?, Nicholas A. Macías, J. Checo Colón-Gaud, Jonathan W. Duggins, and Alonso Ramírez

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Extensive Dispersal of Endangered Roanoke Logperch Inferred Using Genetic Marker Data, James H. Roberts III, Paul L. Angermeier, and Eric M. Hallerman

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Prescribed Fire and Oak Sapling Physiology, Demography and Folivore Damage in an Ozark Woodland, D. Alexander Wait and Doug P. Aubrey

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Bacterial Community in the Biofilm of Granular Activated Carbon (GAC) PreBiofilter in Bench-Scale Pilot Plants for Surface Water Pretreatment, Tiehang Wu, George Yuzhu Fu, Michael Sabula, and Tommy Brown

Submissions from 2013

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Use of Stable Isotope Ratios to Characterize Potential Shifts in the Isotopic Niches of Algal-Grazing Insect Following and Amphibian Decline in a Neotropical Stream, Thomas R. Barnum, Piet Verburg, Susan S. Kilham, Matt R. Whiles, Karen R. Lips, J. Checo Colón-Gaud, and Catherine M. Pringle

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Internal Recycling of Respired CO2 May Be Important for Plant Functioning under Changing Climate Regimes, Jasper Bloeman, Mary Anne McGuire, Doug P. Aubrey, Robert O. Teskey, and Kathy Steppe

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Transpiration and Assimilation of Xylem-transported CO2 Are Closely Linked, Jasper Bloeman, Mary Anne McGuire, Doug P. Aubrey, Robert O. Teskey, and Kathy Steppe

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Transport of Root-derived CO2 via the Transpiration Stream Affects Aboveground Carbon Assimilation and CO2 Efflux in Trees, Jasper Bloeman, Mary Anne McGuire, Doug P. Aubrey, Robert O. Teskey, and Kathy Steppe

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Optimal Nitrogen Application Rates for Three Intensively-managed Hardwood Tree Species in the Southeastern USA, David R. Coyle, Doug P. Aubrey, Jacek P. Siry, Roberto R. Volfovicz-Leon, and Mark D. Coleman

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Aquatic Macroinvertebrate Community Responses to Drought Conditions in a Coastal Plains Floodplain, Eric l. Johnson and J. Checo Colón-Gaud

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Evaluating Relationships between Mercury Concentrations in Air and in Spanish Moss, Kathryn T. Sutton, Risa A. Cohen, and Stephen P. Vives

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Disease-Driven Amphibian Declines Alter Ecosystem Processes in Tropical Streams, Matt R. Whiles, Robert O. Hall Jr., Walter K. Dodds, Piet Verburg, Alex D. Huryn, Catherine M. Pringle, Karen R. Lips, Susan Kilham, J. Checo Colón-Gaud, Amanda T. Rugenski, Scot D. Peterson, and Scott Connelly

Submissions from 2012

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Influence of Repeated Canopy Scorching on Soil CO2 Efflux, Doug P. Aubrey, Behzad Mortazavi, Joseph J. O'Brien, Jason D. McGee, Joseph J. Hendricks, Kevin A. Kuehn, Robert O. Teskey, and Robert J. Mitchell

Interpreting Seasonality from Modern and Archaeology Fishes on the Georgia Coast, Elizabeth J. Reitz, Bruce M. Saul, J. W. Moak, Gwendolyn Denise Carroll, and Charles W. Lambert

Submissions from 2011

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Proceedings of the 2011 Georgia Water Resources Conference, Gwendolyn Denise Carroll (Ed.)

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Improving Learning Outcomes in Large Environmental Science Classrooms through Short-Term Service-Learning Projects, Michelle Cawthorn and Lissa M. Leege

Democratizing Science and Science Education through Citizen Science in the Satilla Watershed, L. L. Jenkins, Gwendolyn Denise Carroll, and M. P. Mueller

Submissions from 2010

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Potential Functional Redundancy and Resource Facilitation between Tadpoles and Insect Grazers in Tropical Headwater Streams, J. Checo Colón-Gaud, Matt R. Whiles, R. Brenes, Susan Kilham, Karen R. Lips, Catherine M. Pringle, Scott Connelly, and Scot D. Peterson

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Stream Invertebrate Responses to a Catastrophic Decline in Consumer Diversity, J. Checo Colón-Gaud, Matt R. Whiles, Karen R. Lips, Catherine M. Pringle, Susan Kilham, Roberto Brenes, and Scot D. Peterson

Submissions from 2009

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Faculty and Student Perceptions of Influences on Post-Exam Attendance, Trent W. Maurer, Laura Frost, Diana Sturges, Simone Charles, Deborah Allen, Michelle Cawthorn, and Cherry C. Brewton

Submissions from 2008

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Environmental Service Learning: Relevant, Rewarding, and Responsible, Michelle Cawthorn and Lissa M. Leege