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Steve Golladay

PROJECT AFFILIATION:

  • PRISM
    • Roles: Project Guest

PROFESSIONAL ROLES

BIO

My interests include the ecology of streams and wetlands, the impact of human land use on water quality and aquatic invertebrates, and the impact of variation in hydrology on ecological processes and aquatic communities. Recently, I have developed an interest in the ecology and conservation of rare and endangered freshwater mussel species. I have served as a technical advisor to the Sand County Foundation, Georgia EPD, DNR and Water Management districts in Florida. I have developed training activities for resource professionals in partnership with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. I also have assisted in the development of programs to enhance the natural resource awareness of regional educators in cooperation with regional Georgia Youth Science and Technology Centers. 

EXPERTISE

Aquatic Biology 

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

Battle JM and SW Golladay. 2007. How hydrology, habitat type, and litter quality affect leaf breakdown in wetlands on the Gulf Coastal Plain of Georgia. Wetlands 27:251-260.

Golladay SW, JM Battle and BJ Palik. 2007. Large wood debris recruitment on differing riparian landforms along a Gulf Coastal Plain (USA) stream: a comparison of large floods and average flows. River Research and Applications 23:391-405.

Muenz TK, SW Golladay, G Vellidis and LL Smith. 2006. Stream buffer effectiveness in an agriculturally influenced area, southwestern Georgia: responses of water quality, macroinvertebrates, and amphibians. Journal of Environmental Quality 35:1924-1938. This document may be obtained from the publisher's website.

Neatrour, MA, RH Jones, and SW Golladay. 2007. Response of three floodplain tree species to spatial heterogeneity in soil oxygen and nutrients. Journal of Ecology 95:1274-1283. The definite version is available at http://blackwell-synergy.com.

Neatrour MA, RH Jones and SW Golladay. 2006. Correlations between soil nutrient availability and fine-root biomass at two spatial scales in forested wetlands with contrasting hydrological regimes. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 35:2934-2941. Reproduced with permission of the National Research Council Press 2006.

Smith LL, DA Steen, JM Stober, MC Freeman, SW Golladay, LM Conner and JC Cochrane. 2006. The vertebrate fauna of Ichauway, Baker County, GA. Southeastern Naturalist 5:599-620.

Gagnon PM, SW Golladay, WK Michener and MC Freeman. 2004. Drought responses of freshwater mussels (unionidae) in coastal plain tributaries of the Flint River Basin, Georgia. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 19:667-679.

Golladay SW, P Gagnon, M Kearns, JM Battle and DW Hicks. 2004. Response of freshwater mussel assemblages (Bivalvia:Unionidae) to a record drought in the Gulf Coastal Plain of southwestern Georgia. Journal of North American Benthological Society 23:494-506.

Battle JM and SW Golladay. 2003. Prescribed fire's impact on water quality of depressional wetlands in southwestern Georgia. American Midland Naturalist 150:15-25.

Davis SN, SW Golladay, G Vellidis and CM Pringle. 2003. Macroinvertebrates biomonitoring in intermittent coastal plain streams impacted by animal agriculture. Journal of Environmental Quality 32:1036-1043. This document may be obtained from the publisher's website.