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AQUATIC ECOLOGY

Steve Golladay – Team Lead

Publications

Recent Journal Articles:

Waters, M.N., S.W. Golladay, C.H. Patrick, J.M. Smoak, and S.D. Shivers. 2015. The potential effects of river regulation and watershed land use on sediment characteristics and lake primary producers in a large reservoir. Hydrobiologia 749:15-30. 

 

Golladay, S.W., K.L. Martin, J.M. Vose, D.N. Wear, A.P. Covich, R.J. Hobbs, K.D. Klepzig, G.E. Likens, R.J. Naiman, and A.W. Shearer. 2016. Achievable future conditions as a framework for guiding forest conservation and management. Forest Ecology and Management 360: 80-96.

 

Rugel, K., S.W. Golladay, C.R. Jackson, and T.C. Rassmussen. 2016. Delineating groundwater/surface water interactions in a karst watershed: lower Flint River Basin, southwestern Georgia, USA. Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies 5: 1-19.

 

Atkinson, C.L., S.W. Golladay, and L.L. Smith. 2017. Larval anuran stable isotope signatures and stoichiometry across multiple geographically isolated wetlands in the southeastern United States. Southeastern Naturalist 16:87-104. 

 

Patrick, C.H., M.N. Waters, and S.W. Golladay. 2017. The distribution and ecological role of Corbicula fluminea (Müller, 1774) in a large and shallow reservoir. BioInvasions Records 6:39-48.

 

Smith, C.R., P.V. McCormick, A.P. Covich, and S.W. Golladay. 2017. Comparison of macroinvertebrate assemblages across a gradient of flow permanence in an agricultural watershed. River Research and Applications 2017: 1–11. https://doi.org/10.1002/rra.3211. 

 

Tietjen, W. L., S. Becker, T.k. Muenz, and S.W. Golladay. 2017. Observations on the spider fauna of geographically isolated wetlands in southwestern Georgia. Georgia Journal of Science 75: Article 14. (https://digitalcommons.gaacademy.org/gjs/vol75/iss2/14)

 

Marzolf, N. S., S. W. Golladay, P. McCormick, A. P. Covich, and S. Wilde. 2018. Inter- and intra-annual apple snail egg mass dynamics in a large southeastern US reservoir. Hydrobiologia 811: 155-171 https://doi.org/10.1007/s10750-017-3475-x.

 

Shivers, S.D., S.W. Golladay, M.N. Waters, S.B. Wilde, and A.P. Covich. 2018. Rivers to reservoirs: Hydrological drivers control reservoir function by affecting the abundance of submerged and floating macrophytes. Hydrobiologia 815: 21-35. 

 

Shivers, S.D., S.W. Golladay, M.N. Waters, S.B. Wilde, P.D. Ashford, and A.P. Covich. 2018. Changes in submerged aquatic vegetation (SAV) coverage caused by extended drought and flood pulses.  Lake and Reservoir Management 34: 218-229.

 

Davis, J. L. M. C. Freeman , S. W. Golladay. 2019. Identifying life history traits that promote occurrence for four minnow. (Leuscicidae) species in intermittent Gulf Coastal Plain streams. Southeastern Naturalist 19:102-126.

 

DuBose, T. P., C. L. Atkinson, C. C. Vaughn, and S. W. Golladay. 2019. Drought-induced, punctuated loss of freshwater mussels alters ecosystem function across temporal scales. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution. https://doi.org/10.3389/fevo.2019.00274.7:.1-13

 

Marzolf, N. S., C. R. Smith, and S. W. Golladay. 2019. Limpkin (Aramus guaruana) establishment following recent increase in non-native prey availability in Lake Seminole, GA. Wilson Journal of Ornithology. https://doi.org/10.1676/17-26.131:.179-184

 

Rugel, K., S. W. Golladay, C. R. Jackson, R. J. McDowell, J. F. Dowd, and T.C. Rassmussen. 2019. Using hydrogeomorphic patterns to predict groundwater discharge in a karst basin: Lower Flint River Basin, southwestern GA, USA. Journal of Hydrology Regional Studies. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ejrh.2019.100603.23:.1-13

 

Davis, J. L., M. C. Freeman, and S. W. Golladay. 2020. Identifying life history traits that promote occurrence for four minnow. (Leuscicidae) species in intermittent Gulf Coastal Plain streams. Southeastern Naturalist 19: 102-126.

 

Qi, J., S.T. Brantley, and S.W. Golladay. 2020. Simulated irrigation reduction increases streamflow especially during low flow periods: A case study in the lower Flint River Basin. Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies 28: 100665.

Recent Other Publications (peer-reviewed):

Golladay, S. W., and D. W. Hicks. 2015. Using the Sustainable Boundary Approach (SBA) to assess and develop flow guidelines: the Flint River, Georgia. In: R. J. McDowell, C. A. Pruitt, and R. Bahn (eds.). Proceedings of the 2015 Georgia Water Resources Conference, held April 28-29, 2015, Institute of Ecology, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia. http://www.gwri.gatech.edu/node/4070.

 

Marzolf, N. S., S. D. Shivers, S. W. Golladay, and A. P. Covich. 2015. Is environmental calcium availability limiting dispersal of an invasive snail in Lake Seminole and associated smaller lakes? In: R. J. McDowell, C. A. Pruitt, and R. Bahn (eds.). Proceedings of the 2015 Georgia Water Resources Conference, held April 28-29, 2015, Institute of Ecology, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia. http://www.gwri.gatech.edu/node/4070

 

Smith, C. R., P. V. McCormick, S. W. Golladay, and Alan P. Covich. 2015. Invertebrate assemblage changes indicative of reduced flow in an agricultural watershed. In: R. J. McDowell, C. A. Pruitt, and R. Bahn (eds.). Proceedings of the 2015 Georgia Water Resources Conference, held April 28-29, 2015, Institute of Ecology, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia. http://www.gwri.gatech.edu/node/4070

 

Smith, N. D., and S. W. Golladay, B. A. Clayton, and D. W. Hicks. 2015. Stream habitat and mussel populations adjacent to AAWCM sites in the lower Flint River Basin. In: R. J. McDowell, C. A. Pruitt, and R. Bahn (eds.). Proceedings of the 2015 Georgia Water Resources Conference, held April 28-29, 2015, Institute of Ecology, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia. http://www.gwri.gatech.edu/node/4070

 

McNulty S., A. Baca, M. Bowker, S. Brantley, L.M. Conner, T. Dreaden, S. Golladay, T. Holmes, N. James, S. Liu, R. Lucardi, A. Mayfield, L. Smith, G. Sun, E. Treasure, and J. Vose. 2019. Chapter 9: Forest Drought Impacts and adaptive management options for the Southeast United States. In: Vose J.M., D.L. Peterson, C.H. Luce, and T. Patel-Weynand (eds). Drought impacts on forests and rangelands in the United States: translating science into management responses. USDA Forest Service Southern Research Station GTR: In press.

 

Golladay, S. W., B. Emanuel, S. G. Rogers. 2019. Where has all the water gone: examining hydrologic change and human response in the upper Flint River, GA. Proceedings of the Georgia Water Resources Conference. (Outreach Publication)

 

Smith, C. R., S. W. Golladay, M. Waters, B. Clayton. 2019. Of limpkins and apple snails: invasive species, novel ecosystems, and an uncertain future. Proceedings of the Georgia Water Resources Conference. (Outreach Publication)

Manuscripts submitted or in preparation: (complete drafts available)

Golladay, S.W., B. Clayton, S.T. Brantley, C.R. Smith, J. Qi, and D.W. Hicks. In revision. Forest restoration increases isolated wetland hydroperiod: a long-term case study. Ecosphere (revised July 2020)

 

Golladay, S.W., L.S. Craig, A. Depalma-Dow, B. Emanuel, and S.G. Rogers. In review. Public engagement and water management: Collaborating with those responsible for our water supplies. Freshwater Science (Revised July 2020)

 

Shivers, S.D., S.W. Golladay, M.N. Waters, S.B. Wilde, N.S. Marzolf, and A.P. Covich. Submitted. Invasive species interactions affect nutrient cycling in a shallow reservoir: a mesocosm experiment. Freshwater Biology (March 2020).

 

Qi, J., S.T. Brantley, and S.W. Golladay. In preparation. Simulated longleaf pine (Pinus palustris Mill.) restoration increases streamflow: a case study in the lower Flint River.

 

Webster, B.C., M.N. Waters, and S.W. Golladay. Submitted. Transformations to sediment deposition and transport along an interconnected six reservoir sequence. Global Biogeochemical Cycles (July 2020)

Technical Reports:

Brantley, S.T., J. Qi, and S.W. Golladay. 2018. Agricultural water conservation for streamflow in the lower Flint River. Submitted to the Georgia Chapter of the Nature Conservancy. (Submitted January 10, 2018).

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