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J. Whitfield "Whit" Gibbons papers

J. Whitfield "Whit" Gibbons papers

Descriptive Summary

Title: J. Whitfield "Whit" Gibbons papers
Creator: Gibbons, Whit, 1939-
Inclusive Dates: 1964-2017
Language: English
Extent: 26 Linear Feet (26 boxes)
Collection Number: UA19-002
Repository: University of Georgia Archives

Collection Description

Historical Note

J. Whitfield "Whit" Gibbons is Professor Emeritus of Ecology at the University of Georgia and Senior Research Ecologist Emeritus at the Savannah River Ecology Laboratory (SREL). Beginning in 1977, Dr. Gibbon's taught popular advanced undergraduate/graduate courses in Herpetology at the University of Georgia.

The Savannah River Ecology Laboratory's outreach efforts formally began in 1991 under the leadership of Dr. Gibbons. The program was initially known as the Division of Environmental Outreach and Education and then later as the SREL Environmental Outreach and Education Program of the University of Georgia. The name reflected SREL's and Gibbon's significant commitment to educate the public as well as the scientific community. A graduate research participation program was a vital component of SREL's outreach efforts during those early years and many of his students went on to highly influential careers in herpetology, ecology and conservation.

Dr. Gibbons is the author or editor of 25 books on herpetology and ecology and has published more than 250 articles in scientific journals. In addition to numerous awards and honors, Gibbons did commentaries on National Public Radio and has appeared on numerous television shows. He has had more than 1000 popular articles on Ecology published in magazines and newspapers. This included a weekly newspaper environmental issues column that continued for 30 years. He also wrote more than 100 encyclopedia articles on Ecology plus the first merit badge booklet entitled "Reptile and amphibian study" for the Boy Scouts of America. In addition, a species of turtle, Graptemys gibbonsi, is named in his honor.

Scope and Content

The collection consists of numerous notes, correspondence, and drafts relating to Dr. Gibbons' works and teaching. There are also article and book manuscripts, plus reports of project results. In addition, a number of both professional and personal photographs are in the collection along with some very striking illustrations of snakes and turtles.

Organization and Arrangement

Arranged into six series: 1. Projects and proposals 2. Herpetology classes 3. Publications and related materials 4. Administrative materials 5. Photographs and illustrations and 6. Artifacts.


Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

J. Whitfield "Whit" Gibbons papers, UA19-002, University Archives, Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, The University of Georgia Libraries.

Finding Aid Publication

Finding aid prepared on: 2019.

General Notes

RG4-5


Related Materials and Subjects

Subject Terms

Gibbons, Whit, 1939-
Herpetology.
Savannah River Ecology Laboratory
South Carolina.
University of Georgia. Faculty
University of Georgia. Odum School of Ecology
University of Georgia. Students

Series Descriptions and Folder Listing

 

1. Projects and Proposals

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11Artifical Cover census, 1990
12Academic American Encyclopedia-"Turtle" article, 1978-1982
13Committee on Mitigating Losses-National Academy of Sciences, 2000
14"Revision of Golden Guide", 2000
15Biodiversity-Herpetofaunal, 1990
16Flat Fencing, 1980-1990
17"Earth Day, Environmental Health and the Savannah River Site SRS", 1999
18Herpetologists' League ballots, 1997
19Herpetologists League: correspondence, 1992-1998
110Winter mortality in the green anole, 1993-1998
111Carolina Bay manuscripts, 1985
112-13Pocosins, Carolina Bays and Mountain Bogs, chapter 7, 1985-1990
114Tel-A-Cast, Incorporated, 1986
115Snake video-television script, 1986
116National Council for Air and Stream Improvement (NCASI) survey-International Paper Company, 1995-1999
117National Council for Air and Stream Improvement (NCASI)-International Paper, 1997
118National Council for Air and Stream Improvement (NCASI)-International Paper, 1998
119National Council for Air and Stream Improvement (NCASI)-International Paper Company meeting, Georgetown, South Carolina, 1998 December 15
120National Council for Air and Stream Improvement (NCASI)-International Paper Company, 1996-1998
121National Council for Air and Stream Improvement (NCASI)-mostly financial, 1997-2000
122National Council for Air and Stream Improvement (NCASI)/National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF), 1998-1999
123Southern Regional meeting, Ashville, North Carolina, 1997 June 24-26
124National Council for Air and Stream Improvement (NCASI): Natural history and ecology of the Flatwoods Salamander, Striped Newt and Gopher Frog-literature. museum reports and correspondence, 1995
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21National Council for Air and Stream Improvement (NCASI)-Natural history and ecology of the Flatwood Salamander, Striped Newt and Gopher Frog literature, museum reports and correspondence, 1995
22National Council for Air and Stream Improvement (NCASI)-Natural history and ecology of the Flatwoods Salamander, Striped Newt and Gopher Frog, 1995
23Towermare-Blandings Turtle-Massachusetts, 1998-1999
24Blanding's Turtle Workshop and other activities, 1997-1998
25Blanding's Turtle-Massachusetts, circa 1990s
26Towermare Corporation-Boston, Massachusetts, 1998 July
27National Council for Air and Stream Improvement (NCASI)-miscellaneous, 1996-1999
28International Paper, 1996
29International Paper, 1995
210Sustainable Forestry Research update-Herp News, 1998 July-August
211National Council for Air and Stream Improvement (NCASI)-Natural history and ecology of the Flatwood Salamander, Striped Newt and Gopher Frog, 1995-1996
212National Council for Air and Stream Improvement (NCASI)-Florida Foest Wetland Study, 1994
213National Council for Air and Stream Improvement (NCASI) Final Report: "Landscape level research on the little Pee Dee River in South Carolina-Herpetofauna and Forest Management", 1999-2000
214National Council for Air and Stream Improvement (NCASI)-Flatwoods Salamander Project, 1992-1994
215National Council for Air and Stream Improvement (NCASI)-Natural history and ecology of the Flatwoods Salamander, Striped Newt and Gopher Frog literature, museum reports and correspondence, 1995
216Kentucky Co-op-Environmental Education, 2000
217Big Trees, 1969-2000
218Clark County Multiple Species Hsbitat Conservation Plan Project Progress Report Symposium, Las Vegas, 2009 August
219Towermare-email, faxes and invoices, 1998 July-August
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31Towermare-Blanding's Turtle-Massachusetts, 1998 March
32University of Georgia Press, 1997, 2004-2005
33University of Georgia Press-Editorial Board, 1997-1998
34Video script outline, undated
35Yeamans Hall Club, 1996
36South Carolina Heritage Trust-letters of appointment and ethics, 1990-1997
37The Technical Advisory Service for Attorneys (TASA) Group, 2003-2007
38The Technical Advisory Service for Attorneys (TASA) Group, 1994-2005
39The Technical Advisory Service for Attorneys (TASA) Group consulting: Caiman file, 1995
310Turkey call, 1995
311Spotted Turtle Project, 2001
312Southeastern Nationalist Board-manuscripts-editing and reviews, 2003-2006
313Southeastern Naturalist Board, 2002
314Animal Inventory and Relocation, 2007
315Student projects, 2002 Summer
316Students-instructive articles on publishing, 1984-1987
317Technical Advisory Committee, 1999
318TAI Environmental Sciences Incorporated, 1998-1999
319Gopher Tortoise Council, 2002
320Kimberly Andrews-Grant: Direct and indirect effects of exurbanization on the Eastern Diamondback Rattlesnake, undated
321Atkinson County Tortoise Project, 2000
322University of Georgia Patent and Copyright Agreement, 1982
323Promotions file, 1979-1982, 1992
324Graduate Faculty reappointment, 1985, 1992
325The University System of Georgia Independent Study bulletin, 1987-1988
326Biological Sciences Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) site Director's Meeting, Washington, DC, 1993 August 12-13
327Guidelines and philosophy of student research participation, 1989
328Science Education Directors meeting, 1990
329Savannah River Ecology Laboratory-management review, 1991 July
330Procedures for Savannah River Ecology Laboratory (SREL) movement of dogs onto the SRP site, 1987
331Evaluation of J. W. Gibbons by Technicians, 1981, 1983
332Deep Freeze, 1993, 1996-1997
333Experimental Ponds, 1997
334Capers Island, 1979
335Diamondback Terrapin (Kiawah Island manuscript-Environmental Management), 1980-1982, 1995
336Forest Service Herp training-Savannah River Ecology Laboratory (SREL), undated
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41Research project: Turtle genetic damage, 1988-1989
42Consulting: miscellaneous, 1992
43Oganizations: miscellaneous, 1997-1998
44Savannah River Ecology Laboratory (SREL): Outreach Program for 40th anniversary, 1991
45Savannah River Ecology Laboratory (SREL): Outreach Program Journalism Awards, 1992
46Education program: Inspector General's report, 1996
47Education program: correspondence, 1995
48Education program: correspondence, 1994
49-10Education program: correspondence, 1992-1992
411Science Education program, 1990-1991
412Carino/Walmart Case: photographs, 2006
413Miscellaneous, 2006
414Walmart information, 2006
415Interrogatories-United States District Court, 2006-2007
416Carino depositions, 2006
417Student Partners in Amphibian Reptile Conservation (SPARC) weekly webpage text, undated
418Student Partners in Amphibian Reptile Conservation (SPARC) Certificates of Adoption, undated
419Radioactive samples, 1999
420Search Committee projects, undated
421Southeastern Outdoor Press Association (SEOPA), 1994-2007
422Southeastern Outdoor Press Association (SEOPA): Collegiate Outdoor Journalist Education Program, 2005
423Southeastern Outdoor Press Association (SEOPA) Writer's Contest, 2008
424SCOPE Outdoor Press Association, 1991-2008
425South Carolina Commision on Higher Education (SSCHE) Review, 1996-1998
426South Carolina Aquarium, 1992-2003
427Snake Bite, 1996-2003
428Directory of Herpetologists, 1999
429Whit's business contacts, undated
430Southeastern Outdoor Press Association (SEOPA), 2009-2013
431Outdoor Writers Association of America (OWAA) directory, 2009-2010
432Administrative issues, 1979-1980
433Amphibian Research and Monitoring Initiative (ARMI), 2001-2003
434Discovery Channel "Curious and Unusual Deaths"-Toronto, 2011 September 28-29
435Outreach video materials-Pascagoula, Missisippi, 2011 July 14-18
436United States Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) Turtle Workshop, 2011 June 14-23
437Hitchcock Woods calendar, 2010
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51Legler Turtle Symposium, 2011 July
52Fabric Test, 2003
53Conservation plan for South Carolina amphibians and reptiles, 2000
54Franklin College Outreach Program (Dr. Roger Thomas, University of Georgia), 1994-2000
55Frogwatch USA Advisory Committee, 2002-2003
56Georgia Department of Natural Resources (DNR)-turtles seized, 2007
57Kiawah, 2003-2004
58ECO-Essays, 1999
59Endangered species, 1998
510The Savannah River Ecology Laboratory (SREL)50th Anniversary Symposium, 2001 October
511ECO-Essays, Cooperative Ecosystems Study Unit (CESU), 2002
512Kiawah, 2006
513Laura Mazanti dissertation abstract, 1999-2000
514Snake brochure, 1996-2000
515Snake books-orders, 2004
516South Carolina Environmental Awareness Award, 2010
517South Carolina Environmental Awareness Award, 1998-2007
518Georgia Center radio: WUGA (Mary Kay Mitchell), 1994-1998
519Georgia Center radio: NPR-Living on Earth (Deborah Stavro), 1994-1995
520Outdoor Wrier's Association of America (OWAA), 1999
521Outreach workshops, 2005
522Savannah River Ecology Laboratory (SREL) Environmental Outreach and Education program, 2002
523Strategic Plan for Savannah River Ecology Laboratory (SREL) Outreach Program, 2005
524South Carolina Herp Society, 1990-1991
525Helicopter training, 2004
526Highway conservation, 2000
527Ichauway-reptile and amphibian species list, 1994, 2000
528International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (IUCN)/Species Survival Commission (SSC)-turtles, 1990-2002
529Project: Tortoise and Freshwater Turtles Specialist Group, 1997
530International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (IUCN)/Species Survival Commission (SSC)-Triennium, 1994 May
531Kellogg Biological Station, 2004-2005
532Lake Jackson Ecopassage (Ray Ashton), 2004
533Little St. Simon's Island, 1988
534McGowan Film and Video, Inc.-education video on reptiles and amphibians, 1990-1995
535National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Chalk Point Terrapins, 2001-2002
536The Desert Tortoise Relocation Project, 1974-1975
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61-2Desert Tortoise: California Low Level Radioactive Waste (LLRW) Disposal Project, 1995
63Effectiveness of fences and culverts for protecting Desert Tortoises along California State Highway: summary of initial field season, 1992
64Desert Tortoise: Specific scientific and technical safety issues related to the Ward Valley, California Low Level Radioactive Waste Site, 1990-1993
64Desert Tortoises: Specific scientific and technical safety issues related to the Ward Valley, California low level radioactive waste site, 1993
65Desert Tortoises: Ward Valley Low-Level Radioactive Disposal Facility, 1993
66Desert Tortoises: Final biological opinion for the proposed Low-Level Radioactive Waste Disposal Facility, Ward Valley, California, 1995
67Desert Tortoises: Two manuscipts prepared by Boarman for the proceedings for the Desert Tortoise Council Symposium, 1991-1992
68Desert Tortoises: Effectness of fences and culverts for protecting Desert Tortoises along California State Highway 58: summary of second field season, 1992 October
69Tortoise Tracks newsletter, 1992 Summer
610Talk on Desert Tortoise to National Academy of Science Panel, 1994 August 30
611Desert Tortoise: Research to evaluate potential impacts for proposed Low-Level Radioactive Waste (LLRW) site, 1994
612Desert Tortoise: "The United States Fish and Wildlife Service did not address the effects of Radioactive Contamination on the Desert Tortoise" Bay Area Nuclear (BAN) Waste Coalition Report and response, 1993-1994
613Desert Tortoise: Request for a second consultation on the proposed Low-Level Radioactive Waste (LLRW) Disposal Facility at Ward Valley, California, 1993
614Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) summary review of "An assessment of radiological Impacts by the proposed Low-Level Waste (LLRW) facility at Ward Valley on the Desert Tortoise", 1995
615Desert Tortoise: Responses to Committee to Bridge the Gap (CBG) and US Ecology's Biological Assessment (BA), 1995
616United States Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) biological opinion and comments, 1995
617Desert Tortoise: National Academy of Sciences (NAS) report, 1995
618Desert Tortoise: Letters about radioactive waste at Ward Valley-Science Magazine, 1995 September
619Desert Tortoise: Consultant/Subcontractor Agreements, 1994
620Desert Tortoise: Overhead projector printouts, undated
621Desert Tortoise: Critical Habitat and the Recovery Plan, 1995
622-23Desert Tortoise: California Low-Level Radioactive Waste (LLRW) Disposal Project, 1995
624Biological assessment for the proposed Low-Level Radioactive Waste Disposal Facilty Ward Valley, California, 1995
625Desert Tortoise: Tortoise density, 1995
626Desert Tortoise: Critical habitat for the Desert Tortoise, 1993
626Comments on the draft of the Desert Tortoise Impact Report, 1989
627Desert Tortoise Council, 1987
628California Low-Level Radioactive Waste (LLRW) Disposal Project-pages with suggestions, 1995
629Desert Tortoise: Probability of harmful effects to Desert Tortoises from radiation received from the Low-Level Radioactive Waste (LLRW) facility, 1995
630Desert Tortoise: miscellaneous, 1993-1995
631National Academy of Sciences (NAS)-Ward Valley Project, 1993-1994
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71-2"Investigations of the Desert Tortoise at the California Department of Health Services proposed Low-Level Radioactive Waste Facility Site in Ward Valley, California" Appendix A-H, 1989-1990
73"Investigations of the Desert Tortoise at the California Department of Health Services proposed Low-Level Radioactive Waste Facility Site in Ward Valley, California", 1989, 1995
74-5California Low-Level Radioactive Waste (LLRW)-Ward Valley, circa 1990s
76North American Bluebird Society-36th Annual Conference, 2013 October 3-5
77Pets and Snakebite Study, 1999-2000
78Snakes of the Southeast-correspondence, 2003
79Donnelley Foundation budget sheets, 1998-2000
710Proposal: Teacher Training in the Ecology of the South Carolina Lowcountry-Donnelley Foundation, 1996 March
711Guggenheim Foundation, 1974-1980
712Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, application submitted, 1986 October
713Predicting Threshold responses of amphibian communities in isolated wetland to changes in climate and management practices-rejected Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) proposal, 2005-2006
714Application: Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, 1982 October
715Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, 1997 October
716-17Guggenheim Memorial Foundation application material, 1991, 2000-2001
718Conference Center Proposal, 1995
719National Environmental Education and Training Foundation (NEETF) preproposal: Weekend Environmental Workshops for general public, 1994
720Bird Conservation-Pinellas County, Florida
721Powerline Grant Proposal, 1997
722Enivironmental Protection Agency (EPA) proposal-Reptiles and amphibians of the Southeast: our hidden wildlife heritage, 1992
723National Science Foundation-Long-term research in Environmental Biology, 1996
724Gregg-Graniteville Foundation proposal-Ecologist for a day, 1996 January
725National Science Foundation proposal-Collaborative research: Nonlinear density-dependence in complex life cycles, 1988 December
726National Science Foundation (NSF) Undergraduate proposal, 1993-1994
727Proposal-Environmental Education Workshops for teachers, 1995-1996
728Salamanders, 2000
729Proposal-An ecological assessment of the influence of powerline right-of-ways on amphibian and reptile biodiversity, 1997
730Par Pond Bass Studies, undated
731Determination of the impact of crab trapping on Diamondback Terrapin populations of Kiawah Island, south Carolina-proposal submitted to town of Kiawah, 1997
732National Science Foundation (NSF) proposal-snake experimental enclosure, undated
733Rainbow Bay proposal, 1998
734Fort Gordon-permit, data sheets and maps, 1998
735Proposal: International Paper Company, 1996
736Past proposal correspondence, 1995-1998
737Writing winning proposals, undated
738Fort Gordon, 1998
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81Snakes and golf, 1998-2000
82National Science Foundation (NSF) Long-term investigations of metapopulation structure of Slider Turtles, 1999
83Environmental Outreach Program-Enhancement of Savannah River Ecology Laboratory (SREL) , 2000
84Determination of the impact of crab trapping on Diamondback Terrapin, 1996-1999
85Biocomplexity, 2000
86Zeist Foundation, incorporated, 2000
87Determination of the impact of crab trapping onDiamondback Terrapin-Wildlife Conservation Society, 1995-1998
88Echancing amphibian and reptile biodiversity on golf cources througn use of Seasonal Wetland, National Wetlands. National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, 1986, 1996-1997
89Southern Hognose Snake proposal, 2000
811Southern Hognose budget sheets, 2001
812Savannah River Ecology Laboratory (SREL)-Outreach Program proposal, 2000-2001
813Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation (PARC) website funded by National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF), 1999-2001
814Partial Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation (PARC) website support-budget sheets, 2000
815Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation (PARC) website-United States Department of Commerce, circa 2000s
816National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF)/ Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation (PARC) budget sheets, 2000-2002
817United States Geological Survey (USGS)/Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation (PARC), 2000
818Development of a tissue bank to assess environmental risk and cleanup on DOE lands: Using turtles as Biodetectors of Contamination, 1997-1998
819Environmental safety on the SRS and CSRA funding proposal to SRNS, 2008
820American Philosophical Society-grant application request, 1982
821Biological assessment of Carolina Bays as a natural wetland resource of the Southeastern United States, 1978-1981
822Proposal to the Savannah River Ecology Laboratory (SREL) NERP program:Update and revision of Reptiles and Amphibians of the Savannah River Plant (SRP), 1984
823United States Army proposal, 1982
824National Science Foundation (NSF)-The influence of environmental factors on life history characteristics of turtles, 1979-1983
825National Science Foundation (NSF)-The interaction of factors affecting individual growth rates and the population dynamics of yellow-bellied turtles, in both natural and thermally-polluted environments, 1968-1969
826National Science Foundation (NSF)-Age-specific life history characteristics of turtles: continuation of long-term studies, 1983
827National Science Foundation (NSF)-life history characteristics of reptiles, 1976-1980
828Development of a research collection of the reptiles and amphibians of the Okefenokee Swamp, undated
829Research study for Mason Neck National Wildlife Refuge, 1984-1985
830-31Earthwatch, 1990-1991
832Earthwatch-Education Program (Denise Atkins) , 1991-1992
833Kiawah Island: A blend of development and ecology, undated
834United States Forest Service (USFS) conservation status, 2002-2005
835Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Environmental Grant proposal, 2011 August
836Environmental safety on the Savannah River Study (SRS) proposal, 2009
837Riverbanks Gopher Tortoise proposal, 2008
838Assessing wildlife persistence amidst a developing landscape in the South Carolina Lowcountry: The Palmetto Bluff Conservancy as a model for proactive natural resource planning, 2006
839Assessing interactions between roads and wildlife as related to driver safety in South Carolina-South Carolina Department of Transportation (DOT), 2004-2006
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91Assessing the Ecological Health of Stream Systems and Watershed of SRS-WSRC, undated
92Communicating research to public audiences-National Science Foundation (NSF), 2005
93Collaborative Research: Persistence of amphibians in heterogeneous landscapes, 2007
94Golf course-amphibian surveys, 2001-2002
95Webster's Salamander Surveys, 1993, 2001
96Webster's Salamander Surveys-budget sheets, 2001
97Impact of commercial trade/turtles, 2001
98Conservation status of live United States nonmarine turtles in domestic and international trade, 2001
99Commercialization of live nonmarine turtles native to the United States: analyses of sustainability, 2001
910Impact of commercial trade/snakes, 2001-2002
911United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) budget sheets, 2000-2001
912United States Forest Service (USFS)Sumter, 2001-2002
913The Christensen Fund-teaching kids the science of Ecology, 2002-2003
914Environmental Protection Agency (EPA): a primary undering of our environment-teaching kids the science of Ecology, 2003
915Assessing the impacts of road fragmentation on wildlife: development of a sampling tool using snakes, 2004
916Obtaining Natural History and distribution information for Conservation of the Endemic Sulawesi Forest Turtle in Central Sulawesi, Indonesia, 2002-2004
917A background guide to reptiles and amphibians of the Southeast, undated
918Integrated pest management and recovery of Southern Region Endangered Species, 2001
919Population status and habitat requirements of Blanding's Turtles in a Southern Michigan march after 35 years of study-Natural Heritage Grants Program, Michigan, 1998-2001
920Michigan budget sheets, 2000
921Michigan proposal, 1998
922Outreach Fund information, 2007-2010
923Ford Expedition papers, 2007-2011
924National Environmental Research Park (NERP), 1994, 1999
925National Environmental Research Park (NERP) brochures, 2010
926National Environmental Research Park (NERP)-miscellaneous, 2009-2010
927National Environmental Research Park (NERP) Workshop-materials and files, 2009
928North American Reporting Center for Amphibian Malformations (NARCAM), 2010
929Savannah River Ecology Laboratory contract, 2006
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101Outreach materials, 2005-2009
102Account summaries, 2003-2010
103National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF)/Sublethal effects of pesticide exposure on amphibian larvae, 2000-2002
104Travis-Golf Ecology, 2001
105Current grants, 2003-2007
106Public Outreach activities and Education for NNSA programs, 2009
107Savannah River Ecology Laboratory (SREL) involvement with Savannah River Site (SRS) public tours, 2010
108Environmental safety on the Savannah River Site (SRS), 2009-2010
109DOE Office of Science, 2003 May
1010Reptiles and amphibian surveys on five National Park units-National Park Service, 2005
1011USDI reptile and amphibian surveys-Bob Reed, 2003
1012North American Reporting Center for Amphibian Malformations (NARCAM), 2008
1013Turtle Management on refuges-National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF), 2002-2006
1014Synthesis report and scientific literature review on impacts of roads on reptiles and amphibians-Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), 2002-2006
1015National Fish and Wildlife Foundation-Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation (PARC) website development II, 2005
1016Wildlife Highway Crossing Study-USDI, undated
1017History, Ecology and Demography of the Gopher Tortoise at Tillman Sandridge Heritage Preserve, 2005-2006
1018Ecology of the Eastern Diamondback-South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (SCDNR), 2006
1019Ecology of the Gopher Tortoise-South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (SCDNR), 2006
1020Assessing the susceptibility of North America Plethodontid Salamanders to Chytrid Fungal Infection-World Conservation Union, 2006
1021Modeling extinction risk of native and translocated Gopher Tortoise populations: developing a decision tree for managing "at risk" populations, 2006
1022Palmetto Bluff proposal, 2006-2007
1023Development of amphibian monitoring methodologies for the Gulf Coast Network, 2006-2008
1024Ecology of the Gopher Tortoise in South Carolina's Tillman Sand Ridge Heritage Preserve, 2007
1025Miscellaneous materials, circa 2000s
1026Inventory and monitoring-recommended techniques for reptile of the Southeast, 2004
1027Effects of forestry practices on the Gopher Tortoises as an extension to SERDP project CS, 2002-2003
1028United States Geology Survey (USGS)/Reptile Database, 2000-2003
1029Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation (PARC)/Amphibian Research and Monitoring Initiative (ARMI) joint database project, 2001
1030Budget sheets-United States Geological Survey/Reptile Database, 2000-2002
1031National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF)/PARC website development II, 2003-2005
1032Invoices-Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation (PARC) Habitat Management Guidelines, 2005-2007
1033Indigo Snake Proposal, 2001-2002
1034Indigo snake project Project budget sheets, 2001
1035United States Golf Association (USGA) budget sheets, 2001
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111United States Golf Association (USGA)/National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) letters, 1999
112Development of habitat guidelines for Herpetofauna/USFS-PARC BMP, 2000
113USFS-PARC BMP Database budget sheets, 2000-2001
114National Science Foundation: No wetland is an island- assessing of population linkages to long-term persistence of wetland-breeding amphibians under currrent and altered climate scenarios, 2006-2007
115Golf Ecology Proposal, 2000-2011
116Miscellaneous materials, 2012-2014
117Institutions of Science-Savannah River Ecology Laboratory (SREL), 1994
118The Prehistory of the Odum School of Ecology, 2011 March
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2243Report to Heritage Trust Program: "Ecology of the Longleaf Pine-Wiregrass Ecosystem", 1996
2244"Investigating effects of ecologically conservative residential development on snake movement patterns and survivorship", 2006
2245Notes on "Ecological effects of roads on amphibians and reptiles: A literature review", undated
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2519Rough draft of results-"An unusual concentration of Rough Green Snakes", 1985
2520Information on Santee Refuge, 1979
2521Opheodrys aestivus lipids-data sheets, undated
 

2. Herpetology Classes

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119Herpetology Course, 1997
1110Herpetological Techniques Course , 1996
1111Senior Seminar 499 Zoo, 1991 Spring
1112Herpetology Course-quiz questions, mid-term exam and final exam, 1991
1113Herpetology Course-Laboratory Manual, 1981, circa 1990s
1114Herpetology Course, 2001 Winter
1115Herpetology, 1998 Spring
1116Herpetology Course-Herp findings, 1998
1117Herpetology class-notes, 1998 Spring
1118Herpetology class, 1998 Spring
1119Preliminary exam questions, 1981-1994
1120Graduate students-Savannah River Ecology Laboratory (SREL), circa 1990s
1121Miscellaneous articles, circa 2000
1122Herpetology class, 2001
1123Herpetology course handouts, circa 2000s
1124Herpetology classes, 1977-1991
1125Herpetology course notes and handouts, 2005
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121Herpetology class with articles, 2000
122Herpetology class, 2004
123Reptile final exam (answer key), 2005 May 4
124Herpetology class, 2006
125Herpetology class, 2007
126Herpetology Course-evaluation, 1997
127Reptile quizzes (answer keys), 1977-1991
128Herpetology course, 1997
129Herpetology course exams, 1997
1210Instructor evaluations, 1991 Spring
1211Herpetology course-handouts, 1991
1212Herpetology course-lecture notes, 1983-1990
1213Herpetology class notes and handouts, circa 1980s-1990s
1214Herpetology class notes notes and handouts, 1989
1215Herpetology course-lecture notes, 1989, 1991
1216Old Herpetology notes, 1964-1983
1217Herpetology course references, 1990
1218Herpetology course-reports and projects, circa 1990s
1219Herpetological collections and curators, circa 1990s
1220Herpetology references, circa 1980s
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131Miscellaneous materials, circa 1980s
132Herpetology Seminar materials, 1990-1995
133Seminar: Gerneral Savannah River Ecology Laboratory (SREL) and Herpetology talk, circa 1980s
134Seminar: Turtle Seminar, 1988 March
135Seminar: What snake and alligator catchers would like publishers to know, 1988
136Convocation at University of South Carolina-Aiken: Graduating class, 1984 April
137Seminar: Turtle Seminar, 1986 October
138Keynote Address: Desert Tortoise Council Meeting-Mesquite, Nevada, 1989 March 17
139Seminar: Painted Turtles of Sheriff's Marsh:Research past and future-Ecology of Turtles: Life in the slow lane, 1988 August
1310Seminar: Pace-Ecology-How do you interest students?, 1982
1311Seminar: Popular writing: One approach, undated
1312Presentation to DOE-SROO, 1984 February 16
1313Seminar: Wake Forest-The Savannah River Plant: Largest Ecological Research Park in the Southeast, 1978 December 12
1314Wake Forest University Tutorial: Age and size phenomena of reptiles, 1986 January
1315Archived Herpetology class, 1990
1316Herpetology-class issues and comments, 1990-1998
 

3. Publications

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1317Snakes of the Eastern United States-contract, 2014
1318Lizards and Crocodilians of the Southeast-ready to submit to University of Georgia Press, 2007
1319Lizards and Crocodilians of the Southeastbook in progress, 2007-2008
1320Lizards and Crocodilians of the Southeast-manuscript reviews, 2008
1321Lizards and Crocodilians file, 2009
1322Lizards and Crocodilians book-reference materials, circa 1990s-2000s
1323-24Salamanders of the Southeast-manuscript, 2009
1325Salamanders of the Southeast-reviews, 2009
1326Salamanders of the Southeast-miscellaneous materials, 2009-2010
1327Salamanders of the Southeast-labeled slides, 2009-2010
1328Salamanders of the Southeast-maps, 2010
1329United States Fish and Wildlife Service-Turtle Conservation Workshop, St. Louis, MO, 2010 September 21-24
1330Keith Hanson, 2011
1331Reader's Report information-Jeff Camper-South Carolina reptiles, 2013
1332Technical Advisory Service for Attorneys (TASA) confirmation and agreement, 2013 April
1333Wetlands Task Force, 2012
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141Their blood runs cold, 2012
142Spotted Turtle documentation, 2012
143Sticky Tongue Project/ARC, 2012
144Center for Undergraduate Research Opportunities (CURO) Undergraduate Award, 2010
145Rivers/Ashes-manuscript, 2004
146University of Georgia Archives-Eugene Odum finding aid and informational material, 2009-2010
147Turtle Bill, 2005
148Bartram's alligators, 2003-2004
149-10Encyclopedia Britannica, 2010-2012
1411Frogs and toads of the Southeast, 2006-2008
1412Amphibians and reptiles of Georgia, 2004-2013
1413Amphibians and reptiles of Georgia-sheets for making PDF files, circa 2000s
1414Enjoying the cold in Michigan-essay for Courting the Wild, 2005
1415Habitat requirements influence patterns of species rishness in North American watersnakes, 2005
1416Wildlife attitudes number nine-Multifamily Executive, 2000
1417The frogs are calling Congress, 2000
1418Biology matters! Volume5: Ecology-chapter 7: Conservation, 2003
1419What is Evolution?, 2003
1420Trapping survey results for the Alligator Snapping Turtle in Southeastern louisiana, with comments on exploitation, 2006
1421Species account: Deirochelys Reticularia (Chicken Turtle), 1997
1422Outdoor Writers Association of America (OWAA) Magazine-Albino Canebrake Rattlesnake photograph (email), 2001
1423New Georgia Encyclopedia: Natural history of the Altamaha River, 2003
1424Trachemys Scripta (Slider Turtle), 1997
1425The University of Georgia Press (note about changes to map proofs), 2004
1426Societal values and attitudes: Their history and sociological influences on Amphibian Conservation problems, 2003
1427Ecological effects on roads on amphibians and reptiles: A literature review (correspondence about), 2005
1428Hunters and snakes-Wilderlands Magazine, 2000
1429Kinosternon Subrubrum (Common Mud Turtle), 1992-1993
1430Roads as catalysts of Urbanization: Snakes on road face differential impacts due to inter-and-intra specific Ecological attributes, 2006
1431Relative vulnerability of female turtles to road mortality, 2006
1432Correspondence about forward of "Biology of the Snapping Turtle", 2007
1433Functional Ecology, 2000
1434"Contibutions of intensively managed forests to the sustainability of wildlife communitities in the South", 2000
1435"Embracing human diversity: A crucial step toward conserving amphibian diversity", 2003
1436"Enhancing amphibian biodiversity on golf courses", undated
1437"Atlas of the Herpetofauna of Mexico", 1994-1995
1438Hydro Review potential articles, 2005
1439International Paper/Wood Water and Wildlife Magazine-potential article, 2005
1440Wetlands Ecology Research at Savannah River Ecology Laboratory (SREL)-in preparation, undated
1441"Who's watching the snakes"-Boy's Life, 1988, 1993
1442"X-Ray photography: A medical tool moves onto Ecology", 1986
1443Elseya (correspondence about), 1996
1444"Microbial communities of salamander integument at different life history stages", 1998
1445Snake Ecology (Ellenton Bay)-in preparation, 1993
1446Systematics of Pseudemys , 1994
1447Ecoviews-"The paradox of low-level radiation: Superfund savings", 1989
1448Turtle pelvic openings-in preparation, 1987
1449Turtles for Scientific American-in preparation, undated
1450Views on snakes by famous people, undated
1451Use of Electric Shock to neutralize snake venon-in preparation, 1987
1452Survey of Herpetologists-in preparation, undated
1453Herpetologist of the month-in preparation, 1987
1454Herpetology at the Savannah River Ecology Laboratory-in preparation, 1987
1455Is clear-cutting all that bad?-in preparation, undated
1456Passalus Project, 1989
1457Research at Savannah River Ecology Laboratory (SREL)-Herp Review-in preparation, 1987
1458Response to Kuchling-in preparation, 1997
1459Herpetological vignettes, 1996
1460Savannah River Site (SRS) as a Biodiversity Sanctuary-in preparation, 1990
1461Savannah River Ecology Laboratory (SREL)-in preparation, 1988
1462Sex ratios in turtles: New models for old organisms-in preparation, undated
1463"Carolina Bays: Unique natural wetlands of the Southeastern Coastal Plain" (correspondence about), 1982
1464CNN: Natural History and Ecology of the Flatwoods Salamander, 1995
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151Snake away, 1996
152Growth of juvenile Slider Turtles as a consequence of sex, year and habitat, 1986-1987
153NERP booklet with Ray Semlitsch, 1984-1988
154Popular article ideas, 1986-1993
155Turtling in the Michigan cold (memorandum of agreement), undated
156Reviews of Watersnake book, 2006r
157North American Watersnakes, 1997-2002
158Guide to the reptiles and amphibians of the Savannah River Site, 1989-1993
159Freshwater wetlands and wildlife-editing of proofs, 1991
1510Manuscript correspondence, 2005-2009
1511Maps-information and correspondence, 2001-2002
1512-13The natural history of North American Water Snakes-book correspondence, 1998-1999
1514Snakes of the Southeast-book reviews, 2005-2007
1515-16Snakes of the Southeast-book galleys, 2015
1518-20Snakes of the Eastern United States-book galleys, 2016
1521Alligators-various manuscripts, 1993-1995
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161EcoEssays-proposal, 2009
162Keeping all the pieces, 1993-2009
163Snake App-contract documents, 2012
164Southeastern Snakes book-maps for App, 2015
165Southeastern snakes-maps, 2015
166"Turtles: The animal answer guide"-photograph information, 2008
167"Turtles: The animal answer guide", 2009
168"Turtles: The animal answer guide"-page proofs, 2009
169"Turtles: The animal answer guide"-plate information, 2009
1610"Turtles: The animal answer guide"-reviews, 2009
1611"Turtles: The animal answer guide"-marked proof , 2009
1612Turtle related manuscripts, 1976-2009
1613California maps , undated
1614"Frogs: The animal answer guide"-publishing agreement, 2009-2011
1615"Frogs: The animal answer guide"-manuscript, 2010-2012
1616"Reptile biodiversity: Standard methods for inventory and monitoring"-and other materials, 2000-2010
1617"Reptiles biodiversity: Standard methods for inventory and monitoring"-correspondence and review, 2000-2012
1618"Turtling in the Michigan cold", 2009
1619"Unusual defensive behavior by a Racer"-in preparation, 2008
1620"Indeterminate growth in turtles"-in preparation, 2003
1621Freezing amphibians-in preparation, 1988
1622"Sternotherus odoratus-Common Musk Turtle/Stinkpot"-in preparation, 1999
1623"Mud Turtle Drought Study"-in preparation, 1987
1624Herpetology synthesis dor Herpetological Conservation-in preparation, 2004
1625"The Alligator Snapping Turtle"-in preparation, 2002-2006
1626"Adaptations of a small aquatic snake to dynamic habitats: What happens to black swamp snakes during a drought?"-in preparation, undated
1627Boiling Springs manuscript, 1965, 1999
1628Encyclopedia of inland waters, 2006
1629Musk Turtle book review, 2004
1630Ecoview: "Big trees", 1984-1996
1631Brown Tree Snakes-readings, 1989-1993
1632Contract for Turtles book-in progress, 2005
1633Ecoview: "Golf Ecology"-in preparation, 1982, 1996
1634"Inventory and monitoring: Recommended techniques for amphibians and reptiles of the Southeast"-near final draft, 2006
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171"Commercialization of live nonmarine turtles native to the United States: Analyses of sustainability", undated
172Amphibian/reptile distribution, 1971, 1996
173"Size, condition and fat level of Largemouth Bass from a reservoir recieving thermal effluent", 1999
174"How does ethics apply to reptiles and amphibians?", 2003-2004
175Savannah River Site (SRS) Regina rigida-manuscript in preparation, 1998
176"Student awareness of reptiles and amphibians: A first step in Herpetofaunal conservation", 2001-2003
177Savannah River Site (SRS) Herpetology distribution patterns, 2002
178Carr accounts-Regina grahami, 1997-2000
179Poison book, 1990
1710Poison book-correspondence and maps, 1989
1711-12Poison book-correspondence, 1987-1988
1713"Bone wisdom" , 1993-1994
1714Miscellaneous book reviews, 1999-2003
1715-16"Ecoviews: Snakes, snails and environmental tales", 1994-1998
1717"Ecoviews: Snakes, snails and environmental tales"-book reviewa
1718-19"Ecoviews: One way to look at it", 1993-1997
1720Reviews and publicity for various books, circa 1990s-2000s
1721-22"Keeping all the pieces"-correspondence, 1991-1993
1723"Keeping all the pieces"-Smithsonian Institution correspondence, 1991-1995
1724"Keeping all the pieces"-book reviews, 1993
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181"The legend of Caballo Grande"-short story fiction, undated
182Religious poetry, undated
183Selected observations on the Ecology of the Common Snapping Turtle in South Carolina-in preparation, 1988
184Bass from Pond B-in preparation, undated
185Weekend Gardner "Bats"-in preparation, undated
186"Conservation of freshwater turtles in the United States"-in preparation, undated
187"General observations on Hummingbirds"-in preparation, 1987
188"Ecology today"-in preparation, undated
189Potential Ecology Beat articles-in preparation, 1976-1985
1810National wildlife "Once upon a Bushmaster"-submitted, 1985-1986
1811"The importance of long-term research in conducting environmental assessment"-in preparation, 1985
1812"And the good news is Franklinia"-submitted to SKY, 1984
1813Stories in Herpetology-in preparation, 1986
1814"Wood Storks", 1985-1987
1815Terrapen carolina-in preparation, 1985
1815The effect of substrate water content and egg size on growth and survival of Slider Turtle embryos, 1985-1986
1816Observations on research support by industry (and other things), 1983
1817Great aquariums and oceanariums of the world, 1985-1986
1818"Dolphins and porpoises", circa 1980s
1819Amphibians and reptiles of Georgia, 1979
1820Physiological Ecology volume of the Biology of the Reptilia, 1978-1979
1821"Ecology Beat: Lilies of the water" , circa 1970s
1822Salamander activity, circa 1970s
1823Tatum Salt Dome-Mississippi, 1979
1824"The reptiles and amphibians of the Savannah River Plant", 1978
1825"The Plutonian puzzle" (incomplete manuscript with handwritten comments), circa 1990s
1826"The Plutonian puzzle" (incomplete manuscript with handwritten comments), 1993
1827"The Plutonian puzzle" (incomplete manuscript with handwritten comments), 1991
1827"The Plutonian puzzle" (incomplete manuscript with handwritten comments), 1991
1827"The Plutonian puzzle" (incomplete manuscript with handwritten comments), 1991
1828"The Plutonium puzzle" (chapter two-incomplete), circa 1990s
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191-3"The Plutonian puzzle" (incomplete manuscript with handwritten notes-pages are not in order), 1984
194"The Plutonian puzzle" (chapter 1), 1987
195Synopsis of "The Plutonium puzzle", circa 1980s-1990s
196"The Plutonian puzzle" (sheets with handwritten notes), circa 1980s-1990s
197"The Plutonian puzzle" (correspondence), 1985-1995
198"The Plutonian puzzle" (chapters 1-6 with handwritten comments), 1994
199"The Plutonian puzzle" (incomplete manuscript with handwritten comments), circa 1990s
1910"The Plutonian puzzle" (chapters 9-10), 1993
1911"The Plutonian puzzle" (correspondence, chapters 1-2 and 19), 1990
1912"The Plutonian puzzle" (incomplete manuscript with handwritten comments), 1994
1913"The Plutonian puzzle" (incomplete manuscript) , circa 1980s-1990s
1914-15"The Plutonian puzzle" (chapters 1-2 with handwritten comments), 1984
1916"The Plutonian puzzle" (organizational documents), circa 1980s-1990s
1917"The Plutonian puzzle" (incomplete manuscript with handwritten comments), 1984
1918"The Plutonian puzzle" (incomplete manuscript with handwritten comments), circa 1980s-1990s
1919"The heart of Georgia", undated
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201Maps and publications, circa 1980s-1990s
202-5"Whit's media exposure" (articles and news clippings about Whit Gibson), 1970-1999
206"Whit's media exposure" (articles and news clippings about Whit Gibbins), undated
207-11"Whit's media exposure" (articles and news clippings about Whit Gibson), 2000-2015
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2238"Ecoviews: Reading spoor can enliven a walk in the woods", 2016
2239"Amphibian and reptile group meets in South Carolina", 2004
2240"Wild fare and wise words: recipes and writing from the great outdoors"-recipe collection form, 2004
2241T.D. Tuberville's comments on manuscript: "Predicting population growth of a relocated population of Gopher Tortoise in South Carolina", 2003
2242"How to be a Herpetologist" (outline), undated
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14Original maps for the lizard book, undated
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251Graphics, circa 1980s-1990s
252Post-thermal , 1974
253"Radiotelemetry: Biotechnology finds a way" (outline), undated
254"Ecology beat: Some like it hot" (unfinished), undated
255"Ecology beat: Names of the SRP", 1983
256"Ecology beat: Fishes of the SRP", 1984
257Manuscript for the Journal of Water Pollution Control Federation-correspondence, 1975
258"The human traits of aggression and filtression", undated
259"Thermal Ecology: Enrichment and stress responses to temperature", 1982
2510Proposal "Life history and ecology of the Jicotea", 1984
2511Distribution of vascular plants on Thermal Stream Stump Communities, 1978, 1983
2512"Minature islands in the swamp" (article ideas), undated
2513"Ecology beat: Silent predators of the South" (handwritten partial draft), undated
2514"Observations on productivity", undated
2515"Ecology beat for radio: Topics for consideration", undated
 

4. Administrative Materials

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211Savannah River Ecology Laboratory: Management implementation plan, 1997 December
212Institute of Ecology: The University of Georgia, 1995
213Savannah River Site: Aiken, South Carolina, 1990
214Letter to students and others requesting information sbout graduate school, internships, postdocs, technical or other positions at the University of Georgia or Savannah River Ecology Laboratory, 2009
215-10Letters of recommendation A-Z, 1978-2017
2111Institute of Ecology alumni/friends directory, 2002-2003
2112American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists-directory, 2000
2113South Carolina Outdoor Press Association-membership directory, 2007
2114Society of Wetland Scientists-membership directory, 2001-2002
2115Species Survival-membership directory, 1993
2116Society of Wetland Scientists annual conference-attendee list, 2002
2117The Herpetologists' League-membership directory, 1992 Fall
2118Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America-directory, 1996-1997
2119Chicago Herpetological Society-membership list, 1997-1998
2120Association of Southeastern Biologists annual conference-participant list, 1999
2120Region 4 Public Use Outreach Workshop-participant and instructor lists, 2000
2121TC mailing list, undated
2122The North Carolina Herpetological Society newsletter-includes membership directory, 2001 July
2123SEMP Technical Advisory Committee, 2001 July 26
2124Bernado, Joseph-Duke University, Visiting Faculty, 1992
2125Herpetology at the Savannah River Ecology Laboratory (SREL), 1986-1991
2126Stress and Wildlife Ecology Division, 1988-1989
2127Joseph Pechman, 1994-1998
2128Jacques Castanet , 1988-1989
2129Nathaniel Frazer-Visiting Faculty, 1981-1999
2130Correspondence, 1994
2131Rebecca Yeomans, 1988,1995
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221Rosemary Forrest-PR Coordinator, 2002
222Whit Gibbons' business cards, undated
223Meritorious Teaching Award in Herpetology-correspondence, 2010
224Herpetology-library checkout cards, 2004-2011
225"Reinventing itself: The Savannah River Ecology Lab", 2012
226Certificate that shows Gibbons completed South Carolina Basic Boating Course, 1989
227South Carolina Outdoor Press Association certificate-2nd place book-"Turtles: The animal answer guide", 2011
228South Carolina Outdoor Press Association certificate-1st place book-"Lizards and Crocodilians of the Southeast", 2011
229Tuomey Lecture Series: "Venomous animals of Alabama: Learn to enjoy and not destroy"-flyer, 1991
2246The Savannah River Ecology Laboratory (SREL) Environmental Outreach and Education Program, 2006
2247North American Bluebird Society Conference, 2013
2248Miscellaneous materials, 1995-2013
2249Needs for Savannah River Ecology Laboratory, undated
2250Savannah River Ecology Laboratory (SREL) guidelines, 1990
2251In processing sheet for new employees, 2001
2252Savannah River Ecology Laboratory's (SREL) legacy date-retreat, 2012
2253Grzimek's Extinction, 2011
2254Savannah River Ecology Laboratory (SREL) Herpetology Workshop (missing page one), 2008
2255Herpetology website, 2013
2256Savannah River Ecology Laboratory (SREL) Anniversary Celebration Symposium, 2001
2257Guinness World Records certificate , 1978
22Rolodex cards with contact information, undated
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2516Duties of Savannah River Ecology Laboratory (SREL) Associate Director , 1980
2517Savannah River Ecology Laboratory (SREL) Internal Review Committee, 1978-1979
2518Ralph Chermock memorial, 1979
 

5. Photographs and Illustrations



5.1 Professional

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2210Turtles (postcards/photographs), circa 1986
2211Swamps (photographs), undated
2212Energy plants (water-photographs), undated
2213Wild pigs (photographs), undated
2214Turtles (illustrations), 2000
2215Kiawah Island manuscript (photographs), 1981
2216Salamander (illustration), undated
2217Turtles (photographs), undated
2218Wild turkeys (photographs), undated
2219Alligator (photographs), undated
2220Research (photograph), undated
2221Man with snake (photograph), undated
2222Snakes (photographs), undated
2223Various landscape and water photographs, undated
2224Salamander (photograph), undated
2225Swamps (photographs), undated
2226Toad (photograph), undated
2227Researchers (photograph), 1992
2228Man with baby skunk (photograph), undated
2229Mead Hall Science Club (photographs), 2014-2015
2236Whit and Graduate Students at graduation (photograph), 1999
2237Herpetology Crew (photographs), circa 1980s
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11Snakes (photographs), undated
12American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists (ASIH) and Herpetologists Leaque (HL) (photograph), 1995
13Meeting at Goldring/Woldenberg Hall (photograph), undated
15Research (photographs), undated
16Snakes by Peri Mason (illustrations), undated



5.2 Personal

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2230Family and friend pictures (slides), circa 1960s, undated
2231Family and friends (photographs), 1990s
2232Emily Lydeard (photographs), undated, 1994
2233"Playing Whit" from Patricia J. West (photographs), undated
2234Grandson with snake at his birthday party (photograph), 2007
2235Nicholas Harris (Rays baseball card), 2012
 

6. Artifacts

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2258Measuring band (used by Charles Lydeard) to meaure a preserved Water Snake, 1999
2259Savannah River Ecology Laboratory (SREL) decals, undated
2260Reproduction of a sign with a depiction of a turtle , undated
2261Frog shaped compass, undated
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23Turtle paperweight, undated
23South Carolina Environmental Awareness Award, 1995
23Wooden snake, undated
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24Wooden Cobra , undated