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Seminar: Multi-stakeholder partnerships as a tool for recovering imperiled species...

USGS Georgia Cooperative Fish & Wildlife Unit Leader
Adjunct Professor

Contact Information

Contact Dr. Cecil Jennings

Phone:
706-542-4837

Campus address

Office:
Warnell 3-429

About

Education:
Ph.D. Forest Resources Conservation (Fisheries Science) University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida
M.S. Wildlife Ecology (Fisheries Management Option) Mississippi State University, Starkville, Mississippi
B.A. Biology, Natural Science, and Conservation Carthage College, Kenosha, Wisconsin
Biography:

Prior Positions:
Research Fisheries Biologist - Upper Midwest Environmental Science Center, La Crosse, WI

Fisheries Biologist - Virgin Islands Division of Fish and Wildlife, St. Thomas, VI

 

Recent Citations:

Roop, H. J., N. C. Poudyal, and C. A. Jennings. 2018. Efficacy of a passive use-estimation system for estimating fishing effort on a multi-lake fishery.  Fisheries Management and Ecology 2018;00:1–3.

 

Roop, H.J., N.C. Poudyal, and C. A. Jennings.  2018. Assessing angler effort, catch, and harvest on a multi-lake fishery in middle Georgia.  North American Journal of Fisheries Management (DOI) - 10.1002/nafm.10179 —

 

Jennings, C. A., G. E. Mitchell, C. Nelson. 2018. Seasonal Food Habits of Introduced Blue Catfish in Lake Oconee, Georgia.  Journal of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies 5:39-45. —

 

Parr, R. T., Bringolf, R. B. and Jennings, C. A. 2018. Efficacy of Otoliths and First Dorsal Spines for Preliminary Age and Growth Determination in Atlantic Tripletails. Marine and Coastal Fisheries 10: 71–79. doi:10.1002/mcf2.10008

Sundmark, A. P. and C. A. Jennings. 2017. Influence of lake surface area and total phosphorous on annual bluegill growth in small impoundments of central Georgia.  Southeastern Naturalist 16(4):546-566.

Parr, R.T., C.A. Jennings, N.D. Denslow, K.J. Kroll, and R.B. Bringolf. 2016. Evaluation of reproductive status in Tripletail by traditional and non-lethal approaches.  Marine and Coastal Fisheries: Dynamics, Management, and Ecosystem Science:8(1):16-22.

Homer, M.D., J. T. Peterson, and C. A. Jennings. 2015.  Evaluation of Three Aging Techniques and Back-calculated Growth for Introduced Blue Catfish from Lake Oconee, Georgia.  Southeastern Naturalist 14(4):740–756.

Kellock, K., B. E. Trushel, P. C. Ely, C.A. Jennings, and R. B. Bringolf.  2014. Survey of intersex Largemouth Bass Micropterus salmoides from impoundments in Georgia USA.  Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 143:565-572.

Robinson, K. F. and C.A. Jennings. 2014. Productivity of functional guilds of fishes in managed wetlands in coastal South Carolina.  Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 5(1):70-86.

Robinson, K.F. and C.A. Jennings.  2014. A comparison of resident fish communities in managed and unmanaged coastal wetlands in North Carolina and South Carolina, USA.  Southeastern Naturalist 13:(2):237-260.

Boone, S. S., S. J. Divers, A. C. Camus, D. L. Peterson, C. A. Jennings, J. L. Shelton, & S. M. Hernandez.  2013.  Pathologic and Physiologic Effects Associated with Long-Term Intracoelomic Transmitters in Captive Siberian Sturgeon (Acipenser baerii).  North American Journal of Fisheries Management 33:869-877.

Boone, S. S., S. M. Hernandez, A. C. Camus, D. L. Peterson, C. A. Jennings, J. L. Shelton & S. J. Divers. 2013.  Evaluation of four suture materials for surgical incision closing in Siberian sturgeon.  Transactions of the American Fisheries Society  142:649-659.

Jennings, C.A., B. L. Sloss, B. A. Lasee, G. J. Burtle, and G. R. Moyer. 2013.  Care, Handling, and Examination of Sampled Organisms.  Pp 163-221 in A. V. Zale, D. L. Parrish, and T. M. Sutton, editors.  Fisheries Techniques 3rd Edition.  American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, MD.Jennings, C. A., T. E. Lauer, and B. Vondracek, Editors. 2012.  Scientific Communication for Natural Resource Professionals.  American Fisheries Society. Bethesda, MD. 180 p.

Jennings, C. A.  2012.  Communicating science: from cuneiform to the contemporary and beyond.  pp 1-6. in C. A. Jennings, T. E. Lauer, and B. Vondracek (editors). Scientific Communication for Natural Resource Professionals. American Fisheries Society. Bethesda, MD. 180 p.

Dennerline, D.E., C.A. Jennings, and D.J. Degan. 2012. Relationships between hydroacoustic derived density and gill net catch: Implications for Fish Assessments. Fisheries Research 123-124: 78-89.

Robinson, K. F. and C. A. Jennings.  2012.  Maximizing Age-0 Spot export form a South Carolina estuary: an evaluation of coastal impoundment management via structured decision making.  Marine and Coastal Fisheries: Dynamics, Management, and Ecosystem Science 4(1):156-172.

Peterson, R. C., C. A. Jennings, and J. T. Peterson. 2012.  River discharge effects on abundance of age-0 redhorses (Moxostoma spp.) in the Oconee River, Georgia, USA, with implications for robust redhorse.  River Research and Application. 29:734-742.

Bonvehcio, T. F. and C. A. Jennings, and D. R. Harrison. 2011.  Diet and population metrics of the introduced blue catfish population in the Altamaha, River, GA.  Proceedings of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies 65:112-118.

Belcher, C. N. and C. A. Jennings. 2011. Identification and evaluation of sub-adult shark bycatch in Georgia’s commercial trawl fisheries.  Fisheries Management and Ecology 18:104-112.

Homer, M. D. Jr, and C. A. Jennings. 2011.  Historical catch, age structure, sizes, and relative growth for an introduced population of blue catfish in Lake Oconee, GA.  Pages 383-394 in P. H. Michaletz and V. H. Travnichek, editors.  Conservation, ecology, and management of catfish: the second international symposium.  American Fisheries Society, Symposium 77.  Bethesda, MD

Reinert, T. R. and C. A. Jennings. 2011.  Effect of egg sampling efficiency on estimates of historic striped bass egg production in the Savannah River Estuary, Georgia-South Carolina.  Proceedings of the Annual Conference of Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies 65:71-77.

Belcher, C.N. and Jennings, C. 2010. Utility of Mesohabitat Features for Determining Habitat Associations of Sub-adult Sharks in Georgia's Estuaries. Environmental Biology of Fishes 88:349-359.

Jennings, C. A., E. W. Dilts, J. S. Shelton and R. C. Peterson.  2010.  Fine sediment affects on survival to emergence of robust redhorse.  Environmental Biology of Fishes 87:43-53.

Jennings, C. A., and S. J. Zigler. 2010. Biology and life history of paddlefish in North America: an update.  Pages 1- 22 in C. P. Paukert and G. D. Scholten, Editors.  Paddlefish Management, Propagation, and Conservation in the 21st Century: Building from 20 years of Research and Management.  American Fisheries Society, Symposium 66.  Bethesda, MD.

Courses Regularly Taught:

Seminar: Improving Aquatic Connectivity - Science and Stakeholder Partnerships

Associate Professor, Fisheries

Contact Information

Pictured: Dr. James Shelton

Contact Dr. James Shelton

Phone:
706-542-3108

Campus address

Office:
Warnell 4-430
Education:
PhD, Auburn University - Fisheries Science
MS, Auburn University - Fisheries Science
BS, Nicholls State University - Marine Biology

Research

Research Areas Detail:

Threatened aquatic species; water quality management in aquaculture and in fisheries biology.

Labs/Centers/Committees:
Teaching:

WILD 3000, Intro to Fish and Wildlife Management

FANR 3200, Ecology of Natural Resources

FANR 3200L, Ecology of Natural Resources Lab

FISH 5360, Fisheries Management

FISH 5360L, Fisheries Management Lab

FISH 3900, Fisheries Internship

FISH 4650L, Fishes Field Lab

FANR 5690L, Natural Resources Management for Teachers

FISH(ECOL)(MARS)(WILD) 4550/6550-4550L/6550L, Sustainable Aquaculture/Sustainable Aquaculture Lab