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Research programs at the Jones Center Focus on understanding the ecology, restoration, and
management of the longleaf pine ecosystems and the
water resources, wetlands, and aquatic ecosystems of the
southeastern Coastal Plain.
Research programs at the Jones Center Focus on understanding the ecology, restoration, and
management of the longleaf pine ecosystems and the
water resources, wetlands, and aquatic ecosystems of the
southeastern Coastal Plain.
Research programs at the Jones Center Focus on understanding the ecology, restoration, and
management of the longleaf pine ecosystems and the
water resources, wetlands, and aquatic ecosystems of the
southeastern Coastal Plain.
Research programs at the Jones Center

Focus on understanding the ecology, restoration. and management of the longleaf pine ecosystems; and the water resources, wetlands, and aquatic ecosystems of the southeastern Coastal Plain.

Ichauway is located in the heart of the historic range of longleaf pine. Longleaf pine ecosystems are among the rarest and most biologically diverse in North America and are increasingly a focus of conservation efforts. Southwest Georgia is also a hydrologically unique karst region that serves as the major recharge area for one of the nation’s most prolific and heavily used aquifers, the Upper Floridan aquifer. We balance basic research of these systems with applied work of relevance to the natural resource management and conservation communities and see the Center as a crossroads for research and practice.

Visiting Scientists and other Collaborators

Visiting scientists and other research and education collaborators play an important role in many of the Center’s programs. These collaborations help broaden the scope of Center programs and increase the regional and national impacts of our programs.

External Projects

Beyond our core long-term research projects based at Ichauway, the Center also engages in external collaborations and grant-funded projects. These projects allow us to deepen and broaden our research through participation in a diverse array of efforts related to the Center’s mission.

Our Scientists

Kier D. Klepzig

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Jones Center Director
Entomology and Microbiology

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Stephen W. Golladay

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Associate Scientist, Aquatic Biology

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L. Mike Conner

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Scientist, Wildlife Ecology

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Jeffery B. Cannon

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Assistant Scientist, Forest Landscape Ecology

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Steven T. Brantley

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Associate Scientist, Ecohydrology

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Lora L. Smith

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Scientist, Herpetology

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