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Want to read more about Georgia and Wormsloe history? Check out De Renne: Three Generations of a Georgia Family from the UGA Press.

 

 

 

 

Publications and Presentations

2016

Bush, Chelsea E., Farley, Lori A., and Meyer, Brian K., 2016. Geochemical Evidence and Physical Flow Characterization of Saltwater Intrusion: Wormsloe State Historic Site, Chatham County, Georgia. Abstracts with Programs Vol. 48, No. 7, Geological Society of America Annual Meeting Denver, CO.

Bush, Chelsea E., Farley, Lori A., Meyer, Brian K., Vance, R. Kelly and Reichard, James S., 2016. Investigation of the Shallow Groundwater System: Wormsloe State Historic Site, Chatham County, Georgia. Southeastern Section Geological Society of America, 65th Annual Meeting, Columbia, SC.

Hughes, Jessie, Meyer, Brian K., and Dobson, Stephen J., 2016. Salt Marsh Dynamics and Sedimentation: Jones Creek, Chatham County, Georgia. Southeastern Section Geological Society of America, 65th Annual Meeting, Columbia, SC.

Vance, R. Kelly, Meyer, Brian K., and Reichard, James S., 2016. Structural Controls on the Hydrology of Two Georgia Barrier Islands. Southeastern Section Geological Society of America, 65th Annual Meeting, Columbia, SC.

Meyer, Brian K., 2016. Insights into the Hydrologic History of Wormsloe. Invited lecture for Wormsloe Institute for Environmental History, 2016 Research Symposium, Athens, Georgia, 07 April 2016.

Bush, Chelsea E., Farley, Lori A., Herold, Tim, and Meyer, Brian K., 2016. Evidence for Shallow Saltwater Intrusion: Wormsloe State Historic Site, Chatham County, Georgia. Georgia State University Undergraduate Research Conference, Atlanta, Georgia.

Majewska. A. Gardening for butterfly conservation; lessons from experimental pollinator gardens. South Georgia Native Plant Symposium, March 23, 2016, UGA Tifton Campus, Tifton, GA

Majewska. A. Gardening for monarchs with tropical milkweed (Asclepias curassavica): implications for migration and disease. Graduate Student Symposium, Odum School of Ecology, Athens, GA, 2016.

Altizer, S., Satterfield, D. and A. Majewska. Monarch Joint Venture Webinar: Assessment of exotic milkweed and the spread of disease in monarchs. June 16, 2016.

2015

Madden, M. Jordan, T. Bernardes, S. and A. Pasqua. 2015. Unmanned Aerial Systems and Structure from Motion Revolutionize Wetlands Mapping in: Remote sensing of wetlands: applications and advances. CRC Press., Eds: Ralph Tiner, Megan Lang, Victor Klemas, pp.195 – 219

Campbell, J. H., L. A. Morris and D. Markewitz. 2015. Combining electromagnetic induction and resistivity imaging with soil sampling to investigate past soil disturbance at Wormsloe State Historic Site, Savannah, GA. Soil Horizons 56 (6).

Cornelius, E.A., A.K. Davis, S. Altizer. 2015. How important are hemoparasites to migratory songbirds? Evaluating physiological trade-offs during migratory stopover. Ecological Society of America.

Majewska, A. Gardening for monarchs with tropical milkweed (Asclepias curassavica): implications for migration and disease. 3rd International Monarch Symposium, Morelia, Mexico, Dec. 19, 2015.

Majewska. A. Attraction versus production of butterflies in planted gardens. Graduate Student Symposium, Odum School of Ecology, Athens, GA, 2015.

2014

Cornelius, E.A., A.K. Davis, S.M. Altizer. 2014. How important are hemoparasites to migratory songbirds? Evaluating physiological measures and infection status in three Neotropical migrants during stopover. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 87(5): 719-728.

Majewska. A. Are butterfly gardens effective in pollinator conservation? Graduate Student Symposium, Odum School of Ecology, Athens, GA, 2014.

2013

Davis, A.K., E.A. Cornelius and D. Cox. 2013. Tachinid parasitism in adult horned passalus beetles (Odontotaenius disjunctus) at the Wormsloe Historic Site, Savannah, GA. Journal of Entomological Science 48(3): 255-257.

Cornelius, E.A., A.K. Davis, S. Altizer, D. Borden and E. Pitman. 2013. Feather characteristics as indicators of condition and immunity during the migration season. Ecological Society of America.

Davis, A.K. and E. Cornelius. 2013. Do infections lead to higher feather mite loads in birds? A test with mycoplasmal conjunctivitis in house finches. The Auk 130(4): 708-714.

2012

Goetchus, C, T. Jordan and W. Ryals, 2012. Understanding the Past, Charting the Future: GeoDesign Opportunities in Cultural Landscape Research, Documentation and Management, Presented at ESRI GeoDesign Summit, January, 2012. Redlands, CA.

Jordan, T. R., 2012. Advanced Geospatial Technologies at Wormsloe, Wormsloe Research Symposium, May 1, 2012, The University of Georgia, Athens, GA.

Jordan, T.R. and M. Madden, 2012.  Airborne and Terrestrial LiDAR in Education: Advanced Training for New Technologies, presented at ASPRS Annual Convention, March 20-23, 2012, Sacramento, CA.

MacDonald, Eric, 2012. “Conserving Our Inherited Future: The Work of the UGA-CED Cultural Landscape Laboratory.” Invited lecture for University of Georgia, College of Environment and Design, Alumni Weekend, Athens, Georgia, 31 March 2012.

MacDonald, Eric, 2012. “Observing Due Measure: The Work of the UGA-CED Cultural Landscape Laboratory at Wormsloe.” Invited lecture for Wormsloe Institute for Environmental History, 2012 Research Symposium, Athens, Georgia, 1 May 2012..

Swanson, Drew A., 2012. Remaking Wormsloe Plantation: The Environmental History of a Lowcountry Landscape.  University of Georgia Press, 251 pp.

2011

Jordan, T.R. and W. Ryals, 2011. Wormsloe: Reenvisioning a Cultural Landscape.  Presented at ESRI GeoDesign Summit, January 5-8, 2011. Redlands, CA.

MacDonald, Eric A.  with Timothy J. Barrett, Stephanie N. Bryan, Katie Crosta, Wes Ryals, and Melissa Tufts, 2011. Wormsloe Plantation Main Entrance Landscape: A Preliminary Evaluation of Historic Significance and Historic Integrity, and an Assessment of the Effect of Skidaway Road Improvements on Character-defining Features, with Proposed Treatment Recommendations. Athens, Georgia: University of Georgia, College of Environment and Design, July 2011.

MacDonald, Eric, 2011. “‘Leaping the Garden Fence’: Notes on the Future of Historic Landscape Studies at Wormsloe Plantation.” Presented at the Southern Garden Heritage Conference, Athens, Georgia, 18 February 2011.

2010

Jordan, T.R. and I.A. Parker, 2010. Mapping Wormsloe: Modern Technologies for Interpreting History and Landscape on a Coastal Georgia Plantation.  Presented at at the US-International Association for Landscape Ecology (IALE) symposium on Wormsloe entitled, "Integrated Interdisciplinary Research of the Wormsloe Institute for Environmental History on the Isle of Hope, Georgia".  April 5-9, 2010, Athens, Georgia.

Jordan, T.R., 2010. Integrating Geospatial Technologies for Environmental Mapping.  4-hour workshop presented at 2010 Alaska Conference on Surveying and Mapping, Anchorage, Alaska. February 24-26, 2010. 

Jordan, T. R., 2010.  Improved Understanding of Historical Sites with Geospatial Tools and Web-Based Media: Wormsloe State Historic Site.  Luncheon keynote address during 2010 Alaska Conference on Surveying and Mapping,  Anchorage, Alaska. February 24-26, 2010. 

Jessica Hyde and Amber Christoffersen, with David Spooner, Eric MacDonald, David Tully, Stephanie Goodrich, and Wes Ryals, 2010. Wormsloe State Historic Site: Preliminary Master Planning Report. Athens, Georgia: University of Georgia, College of Environment and Design, May 2010.

MacDonald, Eric and David Spooner, 2010.  “Master Planning Wormsloe: An Integrated Approach for Conserving and Interpreting Landscape and History on a Coastal Georgia Plantation.” Presented at the 25th Anniversary Symposium of the US-International Association of Landscape Ecology, Athens, Georgia, 9 April 2010.

2009

Jordan, T.R., M. Madden and S.V. Ross, 2009. Improved Understanding of Historical Sites with Geospatial Tools and Web-Based Media: Wormsloe State Historic Site, Georgia, ASPRS Annual Convention, Baltimore, MD. March 10-13.