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  • 1. Curriculum Vitae, D.C. Guynn, Jr. p. 1 PRESENTATIONS A simulation technique for wildlife management planning. Northeast Fish and Wildl. Conf. June, 1973. Mt. Snow, VT. Mathematical modeling and wildlife management; a critical review. Ann. Conf. Southeast Assoc. Fish and Wildl. Agencies. Oct., 1976. Jackson, MS. Deer data collection systems used by state wildlife management agencies. Joint Northeast-Southeast Deer Study Group Meeting. Sept., 1977. Blackstone, VA. An evaluation of Mississippi Game and Fish Commission I & E programs with reference to deer hunting. Ann. Conf. Southeast Assoc. Fish and Wildl. Agencies. Nov., 1978. Hot Springs, VA. Possible effects of harvest strategy on the reproductive biology of white-tailed deer in Mississippi. Ann. Southeast Deer Study Group Meeting. Feb., 1980. Nacogdoches, TX. Trophy deer management. Society of American Foresters. Sept., 1980. Easley, SC. Trapping satisfactions of Mississippi trappers. Ann. Conf. Southeast Assoc. Fish and Wildl. Agencies. Nov., 1980. Nashville, TN. Regulation of deer harvest on private lands in east-central Mississippi. Ann. Southeast Deer Study Group Meeting. Feb., 1981. Panama City, FL. How to manage deer populations. International Ranchers Roundup. Aug., 1981. Del Rio, TX. (Invited paper). Economics of young deer versus trophy deer. International Ranchers Roundup. Aug., 1982. Del Rio, TX. (Invited paper). Harvest strategies for white-tailed deer in the Southeast. Ann. Southeast Deer Study Group Meeting. Feb., 1982. Charleston, S.C. (Invited paper). Attitudes of Mississippi nonindustrial forest landowners toward white-tailed deer. Southeast Deer Study Group Meeting. Feb., 1983. Athens, GA. Potential for income from forest wildlife. Clemson Univ. Forestry Forum. March, 1983. Clemson, SC. Forest resource values of Mississippi nonindustrial forest land owners. Symp. Nonindustrial Private Forests - A Review of Economic and Policy Studies. April, 1983. Durham, NC. (Invited paper). Snag density and wildlife utilization in the Upper Piedmont of South Carolina. Proc. Snag Habitat Manage. Symp. June, 1983. Flagstaff, AR. A generalized sustained-yield table for white-tailed deer. Symp. on Game Harvest Manage. Oct., 1983. Kingsville, TX.
  • 2. Curriculum Vitae, D.C. Guynn, Jr. p. 2 Presentations (con’t) Behaviors of Mississippi nonindustrial private forest landowners toward hunting. Ann. Conf. Southeast Assoc. Fish and Wildl. Agencies. Nov., 1983. Asheville, NC. Nuisance beaver control. Society of American Foresters. Nov., 1983. Easley, SC. Human dimensions in wildlife management panel discussion. Ann. Conf. Southeast Assoc. Fish and Wildl. Agencies. Nov., 1983. Asheville, NC. Implantable telemetry in beaver. South Carolina Chapter of The Wildlife Society Meeting. Jan., 1984. Columbia, SC. Net present value as a criterion for deer management decisions. Southeast Deer Study Group Meeting. Feb., 1984. Little Rock, AR. Beaver research at Clemson University. Society of American Foresters. July, 1984. Augusta, GA. Management of white-tailed deer. Society of American Foresters. Nov., 1984. Augusta, GA. Socio-economic considerations in deer management. Panel discussion. Southeast Deer Study Group Meeting. Feb., 1985. Wilmington, NC. A generalized sustained-yield model for white-tailed deer. Southeast Deer Study Group Meeting. Feb., 1985. Wilmington, NC. Forest wildlife habitat management. Richland County Forestry Association. May, 1985. Columbia, SC. Deer harvest - What percentage should be harvested? International Rancher's Roundup. July, 1985. Loredo, TX. (Invited paper) Hunting activities and hunting rights administration on private lands. Panel discussion. South Carolina Chapter of The Wildlife Society Meeting. Jan., 1986. Columbia, SC. Leasing hunting rights. Farming Alternatives Seminar. Clemson Univ. Coop. Ext. Service. Feb., 1986. Florence, SC. Adult sex ratio and conception dates in a South Carolina deer herd. Southeast Deer Study Group. March, 1986. Gatlinburg, TN. Hunting skills. White-tailed Deer Short Course. Mississippi Coop. Ext. Service. Aug., 1986. Starkvil1e, MS. (Invited presentation). Keynote address. Conference: How to better manage wildlife in Georgia. Georgia Coop. Ext. Service. Sept., 1986. Macon, GA. (Invited presentation). Hunting skills. White-tailed Deer Short Course. Arkansas Coop. Ext. Service. Sept., 1986. Little Rock, AR. (Invited presentation).
  • 3. Curriculum Vitae, D.C. Guynn, Jr. p. 3 Presentations (con’t) Life history of the white-tailed deer. White-tailed Deer Short Course. Arkansas Coop. Ext. Service. Sept., 1986. Little Rock, AR. (Invited presentation). White-tailed deer habitat needs in bottomland hardwood forests. Workshop bottomland hardwoods on National Wildlife Refuges. Oct., 1986. Starkville, MS. (Invited presentation). Making money from wildlife. Southeastern Forest Landowner Seminar. March, 1987. Atlanta, GA. (Invited presentation). Monitoring habitat use of white-tailed deer by track counts in coastal South Carolina. Symp. Deer, Forestry, and Agriculture Interactions and Strategies for Management. June, 1987. Warren, PA. Hardwoods--what's going on? South Carolina Chapter of The Wildlife Society. July, 1987. McCormick, SC. Consider deer in forestry and agricultural practices. South Carolina Deer Management Workshop. Aug., 1987. Columbia, SC. Deer hunting techniques. White-tailed Deer Short Course. Mississippi Coop. Ext. Service. Aug., 1987. Starkville, MS. (Invited presentation). Quality deer management. North Carolina Chapter of Wild Turkey Federation. Sept., 1987. Cullowhee, NC. The Mt. Holly plantation deer herd: A case study in quality management. Southeast Deer Study Group. Feb., 1988. Paducah, KY. Managing and marketing wildlife. Forest Landowners Seminar. Mecklenburg Forestry Assoc. Feb., 1988. Charlotte, NC. (Invited paper). White-tailed deer hunting enterprises. International Wildlife Ranching Symp. May, 1988. Las Cruces, NM. (Invited paper). Consider deer in forestry and agricultural practices. South Carolina Deer Management Workshop. July, 1988. Columbia, SC. A case study in quality deer management. South Carolina Deer Management Workshop. July, 1988. Columbia, SC. Income from forest wildlife. South Carolina Forestry Assoc. Meeting. Nov., 1988. Hilton Head, SC. Quality deer management. Student Chapter TWS, University of Georgia. Nov., 1988. Integrating wildlife management and timber management. Master Tree Farm Program. July, 1989. Columbia, SC. Synopsis of presented information, conclusions, and future direction. First Symp. on Fee Hunting on Private Lands in the South. July, 1989. Clemson, SC.
  • 4. Curriculum Vitae, D.C. Guynn, Jr. p. 4 Presentations (con’t) Quality deer management. Mt. Chapter, National Wild Turkey Federation. September, 1989. Salem, SC. Quality deer management. Foothills Chapter, National Wild Turkey Federation. September, 1989. Greenville, SC. Spike bucks--should we shoot or protect? Willamette Wildlife Seminar. September, 1990. Rock Hill, SC. Quality deer management in the mountains of South Carolina--is it feasible? Wildlife management seminar SC Wildlife and Marine Resources Dept. September, 1990. Table Rock State Park, SC. Implications of management decisions on wildlife populations. SC Society of Consulting Foresters Annual Meeting. May, 1990. Clemson, SC. Spike bucks--should we shoot or protect? The Quality Deer Management Association. October, 1990. Greenville, SC. Quality deer management. Santee-Edisto Branch. Quality Deer Management Association. February, 1991. Orangeburg, SC. Quality deer management. Ladson Landowners Assoc. Sept., 1991. Lowdesville, SC. Santee Cooper Branch QDMA. Sept., 1991. Moncks Corner, SC Union Rotary: Oct., 1991. Union, SC. Keowee Chapter SAF. May, 1991. Easley, SC. Management of deer populations. Cooper River Wildlife Corridor Assoc. Sept., 1991. DuPont's Cooper River Plant, SC. Harvest of spike bucks. Greenville Branch QDMA. March, 1992. Greenville, SC. Forest industry hunt lease programs in the southern USA-1989. 15th SE Deer Study Group Meeting. Feb., 1992. Annapolis, MD. Quality deer management and hunting techniques. QDMA Seminar. June, 1992. Atlanta, GA. Forestry and deer management. QDMA Seminar. June, 1992. Atlanta, GA. Population management. White-tailed deer short course. August, 1992. Mississippi State University. Quality deer management for archery hunting. SE bow hunters rendezvous. July, 1992. Callison, SC. Spike bucks--should we shoot or protect? Central Piedmont Branch QDMA. September, 1992. Rock Hill, SC. Hunting techniques and quality deer management. Ladson Landowners Assoc. September, 1992. Lowdesville, SC. Rub behaviors of white-tailed deer. Santee-Cooper Branch. Quality Deer Management Assoc. December, 1992. Moncks Corner, SC.
  • 5. Curriculum Vitae, D.C. Guynn, Jr. p. 5 Presentations (con’t) Forest industry hunt lease programs in the southern USA-1989. 46th Annu. Conf. SE Fish & Wildlife Agencies. October, 1992. Corpus Christi, TX. Fall activity patterns of white-tailed deer in relation to traditional rules in coastal South Carolina. SE Deer Study Group. Jackson, MS. February, 1993. Jackson, MS. Antler scoring. Greenville Branch QDMA. April, 1993. Greenville, SC. Deer genetics. Greenville Branch QDMA. June, 1993. Greenville, SC. Management of deer populations. Rock Hill Branch QDMA. September, 1993. Rock Hill, SC. Influences of coarse woody debris on birds in southern forests. Workshop on Coarse Woody Debris in Southern Forests. October, 1993. Athens, GA. (Invited Presentation). Contraception in Wildlife Management; Reality or Illusion. Symp. on Contraception in Wildlife Management. October, 1993. Denver, CO. (Invited Presentation). Deer management by the resource user: an evaluation of quality deer management in the southeastern United States. Western States and Provinces Deer Workshop. August, 1993. Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (with G. Woods). Entrepreneurial view of wildlife. Kentucky Economic Assoc. Conf. September, 1993. Louisville, Kentucky. (with G. R. Stratton and W. M. Smathers). The effect of management treatments on the biomass, nutritive quality, and utilization of deer forages on utility rights- of-way. Proc. 5th Intern. Symp. on Environ. Concerns of ROW Manage. September, 1993. Montreal, Quebec, Canada (with R. F. Harlow and J. R. Davis). Activity and habitat utilization of two beaver colonies in the Piedmont of South Carolina. 47th Annu. Conf. S.E. Assoc. Fish and Wildlife Agencies. October, 1993. Atlanta, Georgia (with J. R. Davis). Wild turkey food habits in pine plantations in South Carolina. 47th Annu. Conf. S.E. Assoc. Fish & Wildlife Agencies. October, 1993. Atlanta, Georgia (with W. M. Baughman). Expenditures of deer hunters in Mississippi and South Carolina. SE Deer Study Group Meeting. February, 1994. Charlottesville, VA. (with G. R. Woods and W. Smathers). Southeastern fox squirrels: r or k-selected? Implications for management. International Collumquim the Ecology of Tree Squirrels. April, 1994. Powdermill Biological Station, PN. (with P. A. Tappe).
  • 6. Curriculum Vitae, D.C. Guynn, Jr. p. 6 Presentations (con’t) Comparisons of multiple regression and use/availability analysis in determining habitat selection by gray squirrels. April, 1994. International Collumquim the Ecology of Tree Squirrels. Powdermill Biological Station, PN. (with J. W. Edwards and S. C. Loeb). Integrating management for game species and neotropical migrant birds. Workshop on management of neotropical migrant birds in the southern Blue Ridge. May, 1994. Little Switzerland, N.C. (with D. Lanham). Territorial behavior of beaver in the Piedmont of S.C. 48th Annu. Conf. S.E. Assoc. Fish & Wildl. Agencies. October, 1994. Biloxi, MS. (with J. R. Davis). Ear tag loss in gray and fox squirrels. 48th Annu. Conf. S.E. Assoc. Fish & Wildl. Agencies. October, 1994. Biloxi, MS. (with P. Tappe and J. Edwards). A method of identifying attitudes perceptions, and underlying forest interests regarding ecosystem management. Conf. on Integrating Social Science in Ecosystem Manage. December, 1994. Helen, GA. (with D. Yarrow). Efficiency of archery hunting for white-tailed deer on Midway Plantation, South Carolina. S.E. Deer Study Group Meeting. February, 1995. San Antonio, TX. (with R. T. Morton and R. H. Horton). Building buck age structure through quality deer management. Greenville Branch QDMA Greenville, S.C. June, 1995. Central Georgia Branch QDMA Athens, GA. August, 1995. Review of laws and regulations affecting forestry. S.C. Forestry Assoc. Top Logger Program. Greenwood, S.C. and Pendleton, S.C. August, 1995. Wildlife considerations in managed forests. S.C. Forestry Assoc. Top Logger Program. Greenwood, S.C. and Pendleton, S.C. August, 1995. Wild turkey nesting ecology in the lower coastal plain of S.C. 49th SEFWA Conf. October, 1995. Nashville, TN. (with H. R. Barnhill, J. R. Davis, R. E. Larkin, W. M. Baughman). Efficiency of archery hunting on Midway Plantation. 49th SEFWA Conf. October 1995. Nashville, TN (with R. T. Morton). Beaver impacts on timber on the Chauga River drainage in S.C. 7th Eastern Wildl. Damage Control Conf. November, 1995. Jackson, MS. (with J. R. Davis, J. A. Barnes, G. E. Gatlin, D. Van Lear and C. A. Dolloff). Ecosystem management and wildlife damage management: compatible or conflicting? 7th Eastern Wildl. Damage Control Conf. November, 1995. Jackson, MS. (with G. K. Yarrow). Deer management philosophies: bridging the gap between the public and biologists. S. E. Deer Study Group Meeting. February, 1996 Orlando, FL; SC TWS Meeting March, 1996, Columbia, SC; Quality Deer Management Assoc., April, 1996. Greenville, SC; SCDNR Regional Biologists Meeting, May, 1996. McCormick, SC.
  • 7. Curriculum Vitae, D.C. Guynn, Jr. p. 7 Presentations (con’t) Southeastern Deer Study Group Annotated Bibliography 1991-1995. S. E. Deer Study Group Meeting. February, 1996. Orlando, FL. (with R. F. Harlow, M. O. Bara and K. L. Gee). Forest industry hunt-lease programs in the Southern U.S. Intern. Symp. on Society and Resource Manage. May, 1996. University Park, PA. (with D. Roach and A. Marsinko). Reptile and amphibian characterization of Pen Branch corridor at the beginning of restoration. TWS Conference. October, 1996. Cincinnati, OH (with C. M. Fulmer, J. R. Davis, H. G. Hanlin and J. P. McClendon). Efficiency of bow hunting for managing white-tailed deer. TWS Conference, October, 1966. Cincinnati, OH (with R. T. Morton and R. H. Hortmon). The pulse of the people: attitudes, perceptions, and human dimensions in forest ecosystem management. Symp. Economics of Wildl. Resour. on Private Lands. August, 1996. Auburn Univ. (with D. Yarrow). Forest industry hunt lease programs. Symp. Economics of Wildl. Resour. on Private Lands. August, 1996. Auburn Univ. (with A. Marsinko and D. Roach). Benefits of road access and linear wildlife strips. Symp. Economics of Wildl. Resour. on Private Lands. August, 1996. Auburn Univ. (with K. Bailey and W. Smathers). Economics of wildlife resources on private lands: synopsis, conclusions and future directions. Symp. Economics of Wildl. Resour. on Private Lands. August, 1996. Auburn Univ. Attitudes and human dimensions in forest ecosystem management. N.A. Wildl. and Nat. Resour. Conf. March, 1997. Washington, DC (with D. Yarrow). Reptile and amphibian characterization of Pen Branch Corridor at the beginning of restoration. Annu. Conf. S.E. Assoc. Fish & Wildlife Agencies. October, 1996. Hot Springs, AR (with C. Fulmer). Challenges of managing deer for diverse interests: current attitudes toward resource utilization in the Southeast. S.E. Deer Study Group Meeting. February, 1997. Charleston, SC (with D. Yarrow). Tag returns from deer captured in Mississippi. S.E. Deer Study Group Meeting. February, 1997. Charleston, SC (with H. Jacobson). Use of isolated wetlands by amphibians and reptiles in SC: communities prior to silvicultural treatment. TWS Annual Conf. October, 1997. Snowmass, CO (with K. Russell). Interrelationships between artificially created gaps and breeding bird communities in bottomland hardwood forests. TWS Annual Conf. October, 1997. Snowmass, CO (with C. Moorman).
  • 8. Curriculum Vitae, D.C. Guynn, Jr. p. 8 Presentations (con’t) Small mammal response to prescribed burning and precommercial thinning within loblolly pine plantations in the SC coastal plain. Am. Soc. of Mammologists Meeting. June, 1997. Oklahoma City, OK; TWS Annual Conf. October, 1997. Snowmass, CO (with M. DiEnno and J. R. Davis). Salamander distributions and prey abundance within four forest types in the southern Appalachian Mts. Forest Ecology Conf. June, 1997. Raleigh, NC; TWS Annual Conf. October, 1997. Snowmass, CO (with C. Harper). Herpetofauna communities of isolated wetlands in managed landscapes. NCASI Southern egional Meeting. June, 1997. Asheville, NC (with K. Russell). The effect of corridors on herpetofauna assemblages in intensively managed forests. NCASI Southern Regional Meeting. June, 1997. Asheville, NC (with W. Baughman). Herpetofauna communities of isolated wetlands in managed landscapes. Society of American Foresters Convention. October, 1997. Memphis, TN (with K. Russell). The effect of habitat patch size on small mammal populations. Annu. Conf. S.E. Assoc. Fish & Wildl. Agencies. October, 1997. Oklahoma City, OK (with M. Yates and S. Loeb). Relationships between clearcut patch size and attributes of shrub-scrub bird communities in the mountains of South Carolina. Annu. Conf. S.E. Assoc. Fish & Wildl. Agencies. October, 1998. Orlando, FL (with J. D. Lanham). Forest industry hunt-lease programs in the South: economic implications. Proc. Annu. Conf. S.E. Assoc. Fish & Wildl. Agencies. October, 1998. Orlando, FL (with A. Marsinko and D. F. Roach). Effects of forest management practices of use of small isolated wetlands by amphibians and reptiles in South Carolina. Ecology and Biological Resource Management: A Research Symp. Clemson, SC. September, 1998 (with K. R. Russell). Effects of internal and external edge on hooded warbler nesting success. Ecology and Biological Resource Management: A Research Symp. Clemson, SC. September, 1998 (with C. E. Moorman). Northern bobwhite response to created openings in Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) loblolly pine plantations. Ecology and Biological Resource Management: A Research Symp. Clemson, SC. September, 1998 (with L. J. Hawkins, D. L. Otis, J. D. Lanham, J. Ellenberger, and A. S. Joye). Butterfly and skipper fauna on utility rights-of-way in the upper piedmont of South Carolina. Ecology and Biological Resource Management: A Research Sump. September, 1998. Clemson SC (with J. D. Lanham). Effect of edge on hooded warbler productivity in a SC bottomland forest. Joint meeting of SC and GA TWS. February, 1999. Aiken SC (with C. Moorman).
  • 9. Curriculum Vitae, D.C. Guynn, Jr. p. 9 Presentations (con’t) Beaver effects on riparian forests and stream morphology in the Chauga River Watershed. North American Aquatic Furbearers Symp. May, 1999. Starkville MS. Spike bucks – should we shoot or protect? QDMA Seminar. June, 1999. Gainesville GA. Effects of edge on hooded warbler productivity in a SC bottomland. TWS Annual Conf. September 1999. Austin, TX (with C. Moorman). Efffects of hardwood midstory on small mammal captures in southern pine forests. TWS Annual Conf. September 1999. Austin TX (with S. Loeb and A. Askins). The effects of corridors on herpetofauna assemblages in intensively managed forests. TWS Annual Conf. September 1999. Austin TX (with W. Baughman and G. Muckenfuss). Herpetofaunal assemblages in intensively managed landscapes. SAF Annual Conf. September 1999. Portland OR (with K. Russell and W. Baughman). Effects of herbaceous competition control on habitat quality in Piedmont pine plantation. Southeast Deer Study Group. February 2000. Wilmington NC (with P. Keyser and V. Ford). Invertebrate availability for wild turkey poults in the southern Appalachians. National Wild Turkey Symposium. March 2000. August GA (with C. Harper, J. Knox, J. Davis, and J. Williams). Oak regeneration using the shelterwood-burn technique: management options and implications for songbird conservation in the southeastern U.S. TWS Conf. September 2000. Nashville TN (with D. Lanham, P. Brose, D. Van Lear, and P. Keyser). Quality deer management think tank. Panel Discussion 1st Annual QDMA National Convention. March, 2001.Athens GA. Wildlife in managed forests: observations and future directions. Arkansas Forest Resources Distinguished Lecture.Univ. of Arkansas at Monticello. April 2001. (Invited Pesentation). Spike bucks – should we shoot or protect? Master Tree Farmer short course. Clemson University. May 2001. Rub behaviors of white-tailed deer. Master Tree Farmer short course. Clemson University. May 2001. Southeastern wildlife hunting lease values and trends. SERA-IEG 30 Conference. Clemson University. May 2001. (with S. Morrison and A. Marsinko). Review of laws and regulations affecting forestry. TOP Logger short course. Clemson University. Newberry SC. June 2001.
  • 10. Curriculum Vitae, D.C. Guynn, Jr. p. 10 Presentations (con’t) Wildlife consideration in managed forests. TOP Logger short course. Clemson University. Newberry SC. June 2001. Preserving cultural sites in managed forests. TOP Logger short course. Clemson University. Newberry SC. June 2001. Harvest strategies for protecting young bucks. QDMA short course. Columbia SC. July 2001. Wildlife and biodiversity considerations in managed forests. Plum Creek short course. Greenwood SC. August 2001. Management for biodiversity: a requirement for the Sustainability Forestry Initiative (SFI). Forest Management for Wildlife: a short course for natural resource managers. Clemson University. April 2001. The potential effects of white-tailed deer parasites on eastern elk populations. SE Deer Study Group. St. Louis, MO. February 2001. (with K. Alexy). Density-physical condition relationships in white-tailed deer. SE Deer Study Group. St. Louis MO. February 2001. (with P. Keyser). Effects of hunting on wild turkeys in SC. TWS Conf. Reno NV. September 2002 (with W. Moore). Effects of harvesting pine plantations with maintenance of corridors on herpetofaunal assemblages. TWS Conf. Reno NV. September 2001. (with W. Baughman). Biodiversity Conservation in Managed Forests. APSAF. Greenville SC. January 2002. Density-dependent reproductive patterns in white-tailed deer. SE Deer Study Group. Mobile AL. February 2002. (with P. Keyser). Density –physical parameter relationships in white-tailed deer. International Deer Biology Congress. Quebec City, Quebec, Canada. August 2002. (with P. Keyser). Review of wildlife/biodiversity metrics. NCASI Regional Meeting. Savannah GA. April 2002. Disease considerations in restoration of large ungulates. TWS Conf. Bismarck ND. September 2002. (with K. Alexy). Quality Deer Management Think Tank. 2nd Annual QDMA National Convention. March, 2002. Athens, GA. The effects of two management strategies on adjacent deer herds in South Carolina. SC Chapter of TWS Meeting. Charleston, SC (with Alexy et al.) Theory meets practice. A new tool for deer herd management. Abstract. SE Deer Study Group. Chattanooga, TN. February 2003 (with Keyser, P.D., H.S. Hill, M. Knox and S.R. Bloemer). Biodiversity indicators in sustainable forestry programs. 46th Annual Conf. on Great Lakes Research. Chicago, IL. 2003. (with Layton, P.A., S.T. Guynn, and T.B. Wigley).
  • 11. Curriculum Vitae, D.C. Guynn, Jr. p. 11 Presentations (con’t) Trends in hunt leases on forest industry lands in the SE US. Nat. Symp. on Sustainable Natural Resource-Based Enterprises. May 2003. Starkville, MS. Trends in hunt leases on forest industry lands in the SE US. SAF SC Chapter Meeting. June 2003. Santee, SC. Herbicides and wildlife habitats. Foothills RC&D Council. July 2003. Greenville, SC. Symposium Summary: What do we know about forest herbicides and where do we go from here? 10th TWS Annual Conference. September, 2003. Burlington, VT. Quality Deer Management Think Tank. 3rd Annual QDMA National Convention. July, 2003. Lafayette, LA. Potential effects of meningeal worm on elk in eastern Kentucky. 8th Annual Eastern Elk Workshop. April, 2003. Buckhorn Lake State Park Resort, KY. (with K.J. Alexy et al.). Square pegs in round holes: Understanding landscape ecology in heavily forested systems, the Appalachian Landscape Ecology Project. 10th TWS Annual Conference. September, 2003. Burlington, VT. (with P. D. Keyser). Square pegs in round holes: Understanding landscape ecology in heavily forested systems, the Appalachian Landscape Ecology Project. SAF National Convention. October, 2003. Buffalo, NY. (with P. D. Keyser). The nature, occurrence, and frequency of nuisance complaints in Kentucky. Southeast Deer Study Group. February 2004. Lexington, Kentucky (with Alexy et al.). What your mama never told you about sex ratios. Southeast Deer Study Group. February 2004. Lexington, Kentucky. Quality deer management and antler point restrictions. June 2004. QDMA National Convention. Grand Rapdos, MI. Influence of time lags and population segment in density dependent-physical parameter agencies. November 2004. 58th Annual Conf. SE Fish and Wildlife Agencies. Hilton Head, SC. (with P.D. Keyser et al.) Research Sessions (moderator). QDMA National Convention. June 2005. Charleston, SC. History and development of The Wildlife Society’s Professional Development Program. September 2005. TWS Annual Conference. Madison, WI. Quality Deer Management. 1st Annual Deer/Turkey Management Shortcourse. University of Florida IFAS Extension. August 2006. Arcadia, FL. Research Sessions (moderator). QDMA National Convention. June 2006. Philadelphia, PA. NOTE: Guynn was also senior author or co-author of an additional 50 presentations given by others.
  • 12. Curriculum Vitae, D.C. Guynn, Jr. p. 12 GRADUATE STUDENTS Student Degree (Date) Research or Problem Topic Current Position J. F. Williamson, PhD MS (1976) The feasibility of a subjective deer Research, Tennessee habitat evaluation technique Valley Authority E. J. Hackett MS (1978) Vital characteristics of white-tailed Wildlife Biologist, US deer from selected areas in Miss. Nat. Res. Conser. Serv. T. M. Lowe MS (1978) Characteristics and attitudes of Park Manager, Sardis Miss. deer hunters State Park, Mississippi S. P. Owen MS (1979) Selected hematology of female Wildlife Biologist, white-tailed deer in Miss. USFWS R. W. Whiteside, PhD MS (1979) Hunter utilization and economic CEO, Wetland & characteristics of deer hunting on Ecology Consultants, selected areas in Miss. Woodstock GA B. J. Gruver, PhD MS (1980) A model of the temporal Responsive Management, reproductive events of the white- Harrisonburg, VA tailed deer in Miss. J. Clark MS (1980) Mapping of land cover types Officer, Reconnaissance, significant to white-tailed deer US Army management using Landsat multi- spectral scanner data D. H. Nabi MS (1981) Attitudes of private nonindustrial Deceased landowners in Miss. toward forest resources management S. E. Mott MS (1981) Use of a Miss. bottomland Joint Venture Liaison, hardwood area by white-tailed deer Bird Habitat Conservation US Fish & Wildlife Service, Arlington VA J. K. Edwards MS (1983) Utilization of beaver ponds by Refuge Program furbearers, small mammals, Specialist Div. of reptiles, and amphibians Refuges, US Fish and Wildlife Service, Arlington VA D. B. Carmichael MS (1983) Wildlife utilization of snags in the Deputy Director, SC piedmont of SC DNR G. W. Gatlin MF (1983) Scent marking by beaver in the Forestry/Wildlife piedmont of SC Consultant, Conway, SC
  • 13. Curriculum Vitae, D.C. Guynn, Jr. p. 13 Thesis Directed (Cont’d) Student Degree (Date) Research or Problem Topic Current Position J. R. Davis, PhD MS (1984) Dispersal movements of beaver in Wildlife Biologist III, the piedmont of SC Clemson Univ. D. L. Sanders MS (1985) Effects of low intensity fire in Wildlife/Environ. mixed hardwoods stand on small Consultant, Environ. mammals Services, Inc. J. W. Edwards MS (1986) Movements and habitat utilization Associate Professor, West by southern fox squirrel in coastal Virginia Univ. SC J. C. Bossart MS (1986) Efficacy of spotlight count Wildlife Biologist, US techniques for survey of white- Navy tailed deer M. T. Mengak PhD (1987) Timber-wildlife habitat Associate Professor, relationships in planted and University of Georgia naturally regenerated loblolly pine stands F. A. Busch MS (1987) Leasing of hunting rights by forest Assistant Director, VA industries in the southern US Game & Inland Fisheries Comm. D. J. Reed MS (1988) Movements of wild turkey poults Research Associate, in the Southern Appalachian Mts. Forestry, Univ. of Arkansas R. E. Larkin MS (1989) Utilization of pine plantations by Wildlife Biologist, wild turkeys in the coastal plain of American Forest SC Management, Inc. T. L. Evans MS (1990) Wildlife habitats on fell-burned site Wildlife Biologist, prepared areas in SC and GA Anderson-Tully Corp. W. M. Baughman MS (1991) Utilization of pine plantations by Wildlife Biologist, wild turkeys in the coastal plain of MeadWestvaco Corp. SC G. R. Sabin MS (1991) Snag succession in Piedmont Forester, SC Forestry forests of SC Assoc. R. F. Harlow PhD (1991) Wildlife habitat manage- ment on Deceased ROW in piedmont SC
  • 14. Curriculum Vitae, D.C. Guynn, Jr. p. 14 Thesis Directed (Cont’d) Student Degree (Date) Research or Problem Topic Current Position R. P. Durham MF (1991) Ips Beetle Suppression on Barrier Forester, US Bureau of Islands of SC Indian Affairs, Denver, CO G. L. Stuckey MF (1991) Hunting leases by forest industry in Forester, SC Forestry the South Density estimators for Comm. P. A. Tappe PhD (1991) Density estimators for the southern Professor, Univ. of fox squirrel in the piedmont of GA Arkansas at Monticello J. R. Davis PhD (1992) Habitat utilization of wild turkey Wildlife Biologist III, poults in the Southern Appalachian Clemson Univ. Mts. H. R. Barnhill MS (1992) Utilization of pine plantations by Wildlife Biologist, wild turkeys SCDNR J. S. Martin MS (1993) Use of developed roads by wild Wildlife Biologist, turkey in the southern Appalachian Callaway Gardens, GA Mts. G. R. Woods PhD (1994) The human dimensions of quality Wildlife Consultant, deer management Woods & Associates M. D. Yates MS (1994) Patch size and small mammal Graduate Student, diversity University of Missouri J. K. Knox MS (1994) Insect production on developed Consultant, Law roads in the southern Appalachian Environmental, Mts. Nashville, TN B. W. Howard MS (1994) Use of developed roads by wild Wildlife Biologist, NC turkey in the southern Appalachian Dept. of Wildlife Mts. Resources A. J. Heiterer MS (1994) Flying squirrels in RCWP habitat Wildlife Biologist, US in the Coastal Plain of SC Fish & Wildlife Service L. S. Lusk MF (1994) Distribution of Appalachian Resource Manager, US Cottontails in the Mts. of SC Army Corps of Engineers R. T. Morton MF (1995) Archery crippling rates for deer on Wildlife Biologist, SC Medway Plantation, SC DNR J. W. Edwards PhD (1995) Population ecology of the southern Associate Professor, West fox squirrel in the GA Piedmont Virginia Univ.
  • 15. Curriculum Vitae, D.C. Guynn, Jr. p. 15 Thesis Directed (Cont’d) Student Degree (Date) Research or Problem Topic Current Position J. D. Lanham PhD (1997) Impacts of clearings on neotropical Associate Professor, migrant birds in the SC Mts. Clemson Univ. C. A. Fulmer MS (1997) Reptile and Amphibian Wildlife Consulting colonization of a restored stream R. T. Katz MS (1997) Habitat associations of neotropical Biology Teacher, Atlanta, migrants in the mountains of NC GA C. D. Dickover MS (1997) Public knowledge and perceptions Willdlife Biologist, GA of the Endangered Species Act DNR D. T. Yarrow PhD (1998) Assessing educational efforts for Teacher, Pickens County, forest ecosystem management SC C. A. Harper PhD (1998) Habitat utilization of wild turkeys Associate Professor, in the mountains of NC Univ. of Tennessee D. P. Ferral MS (1998) Economic incentives for red- Wildlife Biologist, Shaw, cockaded woodpecker conservation McLeod & Hurlburtt, Inc. in the sandhills of SC M. E. DiEnno MS (1998) Small mammals on longleaf pine Biology Teacher, restoration areas Kentucky C. M. Nichols MF (1998) Forest management and the Karner Animal Damage Control Blue Butterfly Lockheed Corp. W. D. Carrol MF (1999) Impacts of burning by the Native Forester, Clemson Univ. Americans on wildlife habitats C. E. Moorman PhD (1999) Neotropical migratory birds in Assistant Professor, NC bottomland hardwood forest gaps State University W. M. Baughman PhD (2000) Impacts of buffer strips on reptiles Wildlife Biologist, and amphibians MeadWestvaco K. R. Russell PhD (2000) Effects of forest management on Assistant Professor U. of herpetofauna Wisconsin, Stephens Point P. D. Keyser PhD (2001) Stock recruitment model for white- Assistant Professor, U. of tail deer Tennessee E. S. Kilpatrick MS (2002) Effects of fire on herpetofauna Ph.D. Student, Clemson University
  • 16. Curriculum Vitae, D.C. Guynn, Jr. p. 16 Thesis Directed (Cont’d) Student Degree (Date) Research or Problem Topic Current Position T. M. Floyd MS (2003) Impacts of prescribed fire on Wildlife Biologist, herpetofaunal Georgia DNR W. D. Carlisle MS (2003) Impacts of growing season fire on Wildlife Biologist, wild turkeys SCDNR D. B. Kubacz MS (2003) Effects of fire on small mammals Medical Student K. J. Alexy PhD (2004) Disease implications of elk Research Coordinator, restoration in Kentucky KYDFWR A. S. Joye MS (2004) Wild Turkey Utilization of CRP M.S. Student, Clemson Lands University K. R. Riggins MS (2004) Small Mammals on the Smoky Environmental Mtn. National Park Consulting, Kubal-Furr & Assoc. C. L. Bass MS (2005) Impacts of fire on small mammals General Electric, Environmental Health & Safety Div. D.T. Zabriskie MFR (2005) Native Warm Season Grasses Wildlife Biologist, USFWS W.F. Moore PhD (2006) Mortality of wild turkey gobblers Assistant Professor, in hunted and unhunted Andrew Baldwin Agric. populations College W. J. Humphries PhD (2005) Herpetofaunal studies in the SC Ph.D. Student, Clemson Coastal Plain University J.A. Ledvina MS (2007) Carolina Bay Restoration MS Student, Clemson University J. Thrift MS (2007) Deer Herbivory MS Student, Clemson University J.F. Mohr PhD (2009) Ecology of timber rattlesnakes in PhD Student, Clemson the SC Mountains University J.M. Rinehart PhD (2009) Impacts of State Wildlife Plans on PhD Student, Clemson Wildlife Conservation University D.C. Pinner MFR (2008) To be selected Student, Clemson University
  • 17. Curriculum Vitae, D.C. Guynn, Jr. p. 17 Thesis Directed (Cont’d) Student Degree (Date) Research or Problem Topic Current Position M.E. Porter MS (2008) To be selected Student, Clemson University
  • 18. Curriculum Vitae, D.C. Guynn, Jr. p. 18 REFERENCES Thomas E. Wooten Department of Forest Resources Clemson University Clemson, SC 29634-1003 (864) 656-4829 Harry A. Jacobson 10661 Davis Lane Athens, TX 75751 (903) 637-9686 Patricia A. Layton, Chair Department of Forest Resources Clemson University Clemson SC 29634-0331 (864)656-4829 T. Bently Wigley NCASI Department of Aquaculture, Fisheries & Wildlife Clemson University Clemson, SC 29634-0362 (864) 656-0840 R. Larry Marchinton 4273 LeBanon Church Road Athens, GA 30607 (706) 542-3932

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