Final Reports

Monitoring Environmental Orientations and Policy Orientations of Alabama Residents: A Longitudinal Data
Base for Alabama Coastal Zone Management

Drs. J. Steven Picou and Keith Nicholls, University of South Alabama

"Evaluation of Alabama estuaries as development habitat for juvenile sea turtles" (Continuation Project Title): "Are Alabama estuaries a major developmental habitat for juvenile sea turtles?"
Attachment 1  Attachment 2
David Nelson, University of South Alabama; Thane Wibbels, and Ken Marion, University of Alabama at Birmingham

Nesting Activity in the Alabama Redbelly Turtle (Pseudemys alabamensis) on the Mobile Bay Causeway
David H. Nelson, Department of Biology, University of South Alabama

Holocene sedimentary history of Weeks Bay, AL: human and natural impacts on deposition in a Gulf Coast estuary
Douglas Haywick, Miriam Fearn, John Kempton, Lee Yokel and others, University of South Alabama

Fluorescent Whitening Agents as Facile Pollution Markers in Shellfishing Waters
Eugene A. Cioffi, University of South Alabama

An Estimate of the Upper Limit of Wave Level Tolerance for Spartina alterniflora in Coastal Alabama
Scott L. Douglass and Judy Stout, University of South Alabama


Role of Invasive Species in Shaping Plant-Animal
Interactions in the Mobile Delta
Final Technical Report, Web Summary
Dr. Anne Boettcher, Dr. Timothy Sherman, and Dr. John
Valentine, University of South Alabama and Dauphin Island Sea Lab


Synthesis and Characterization of an Electrochemical Peptide Nucleic Acid Probe
Naomi F. Campbell, Institution: University of South Alabama


Effects of anthropogenic eutrophication on the magnitude and trophic fate of microphytobenthic production in estuaries
Just Cebrian (DISL) and Jonathan Pennock (UA)
Institution: Dauphin Island Sea Lab

Shelter bottlenecks and self- regulation in blue crab populations: Assessing the roles of nursery habitats and juvenile interactions for shelter dependent organisms
Per-Olav Moksnes, Kenneth L. Heck, Jr., Dauphin Island Sea Lab, University of South Alabama

The paradox of the Delta: Protecting the biodiversity we do not yet understand
Final Technical Report, Web Summary
JW McCreadie1 and PH Adler2, University of South Alabama1 and Clemson University2


Resolution of sedimentation rates in impacted
coastal environments using 137Cs and 210Pb
markers: Dog River and Fowl River embayments
Final ReportSummary
J.M. Sanders
1, D.W. Haywick2, and M.L. Fearn2
1Department of Physics and 2Department of Earth Sciences, University of South Alabama


Effects of Estrogen Pollution on the Reproductive
Fitness of the Gulf Pipefish, Syngnathus scovelli
Final Technical Report, Web Summary
Drs. Anne Boettcher1, Judith Shardo1,2, and Jon
Hemming1,3, University of South Alabama1, Middle Tennessee State University2, and US Fish and Wildlife Service3

Changes in water conditions and sedimentation rates associated with construction of the Mobile Bay Causeway
Miriam Fearn, Douglas Haywick, Justin Sanders, University of South Alabama

A Model of Insect Genetic Diversity in the Mobile/Tensaw River Delta
C.L. Brockhouse and J.W. McCreadie, University of South Alabama

Evaluating trophic processes as indicators of anthropogenic eutrophication in coastal ecosystems: an exploratory analyses
Just Cebrian,  Dauphin Island Sea Lab

Changes in water conditions and sedimentation rates associated with construction of the Mobile Bay Causeway
Final Technical Report, Web Summary
Miriam Fearn, Douglas Haywick, Justin Sanders, University of South Alabama

Predicting Seagrass Survival in Nutrient Enriched Waters:
Toward a New View of an Existing Paradigm

Kenneth L. Heck, Jr., John F. Valentine, Patricia Spitzer, Dauphin Island Sea Lab

Environmental Attitudes and Knowledge of Alabama
Coastal Residents: A Baseline for Developing Sustainable
Coastal Management Strategies

J. Steven Picou, Cecelia Formichella, G. David Johnson
and Keith Nicholls, University of South Alabama

Influence of Invasive Plant Species in Determining
Diversity of Aquatic Vegetation in the Mobile-Tensaw
Delta
Final Technical Report, Web Summary
Timothy Sherman and Anne Boettcher, University of South Alabama

Role of Invasive Species in Shaping Plant-Animal
Interactions in the Mobile Delta
Final Technical Report, Web Summary
Anne Boettcher, Dr. Timothy Sherman, and John Valentine, University of South Alabama and Dauphin Island Sea Lab

Determinants of Small-Scale Variation in the
Abundance of the Blue Crab Callinectes sapidus
Final Technical Report, Web Summary
Investigators: Dr. Richard B. Aronson1,2 and Ryan M. Moody2,1
1Dauphin Island Sea Lab and 2University of South Alabama

The Paradox of the Delta: Protecting the Biodiversity We Do Not Yet Understand
JW McCreadie and PH Adler, Institution: University of South Alabama and Clemson University

 

 

 

 

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