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Greg Yarrow

Chair and Professor
Forestry and Environmental Conservation Department

Office: 261 Lehotsky Hall
Phone: 864-656-3302
Fax: 656-3304

Email: gyarrow@clemson.edu
 

 Educational Background

D.F. Doctor of Forest Wildlife Ecology
Stephen F. Austin State University 1987

M.S. Wildlife Ecology
Mississippi State University 1979

B.S. Biology
University of Southern Mississippi 1977

 Courses Taught

Wildlife Management (undergraduate and graduate)
Wildlife Damage Management (undergraduate)
Graduate Seminar
Creative Inquiry (focus on undergraduate wildlife research)

 Profile

Dr. Yarrow is Chair of the Department of Forestry and Environmental Conservation which includes degree programs in Environmental and Natural Resources (B.S.), Forest Resource Management (B.S.), Forest Resources (M.F.R., M. S., Ph.D.), and Wildlife and Fisheries Biology (B.S., M.S., Ph.D.). He is a member of The Wildlife Society, The South Carolina Chapter of The Wildlife Society, and the Society of American Foresters. He is a Certified Wildlife Biologist by The Wildlife Society and author of the book Managing Wildlife (SweetWater Press).

 Research Interests

Research focus is wildlife conservation in managed systems and wildlife damage management. Example projects have included:

Evaluation of USDA Farm Bill Conservation Programs for Wildlife
Status, Distribution and Impacts of Double-Crested Cormorants in South Carolina
Effects of Roundup (Glyphosate) Herbicide on Amphibians
Ecology of Freshwater Turtles in South Carolina
Effects on Land Management on Bobwhite Quail and Ground-Nesting Birds
Mourning Dove Population Reconstruction Model for South Carolina
Status and Distribution of Mink in Coastal South Carolina
The Effects of Feral Hogs on Congaree Swamp National Park
A Predictive model for Reducing Human-Elephant Conflicts in India
Evaluation of Field Applications of GonaCon and DiazaCon in Reducing Gray Squirrel Fecundity
Wildlife Conservation on Landfills
Status and Impacts of Coyotes on Barrier Islands in Coastal South Carolina
Wildlife Habitat Improvement Practices in Managed Systems (forest and agriculture).

 Extension and Outreach

Past Extension activities have included development and delivery of educational programs in wildlife conservation in managed systems (forestry and agricultural production), mitigation of human-wildlife conflicts through wildlife damage management techniques, and maintenance and enhancement of biodiversity in managed landscapes. Applied research that addresses current and future wildlife conservation needs of Extension clientele has also been a part of Extension efforts. Extension clientele have included private landowners, natural resource professionals, government officials, public policy makers, and the general public.

 Publications

Sheehan, K.L.; D. W. Tonkyn; G.K.Yarrow; R. J. Johnson. (in press). Parasite Assemblages of Double-crested Cormorants as Indicators of Geographically Similar Subspecies. Ecological Indicators.

Sheehan, K.L.; S. Esswein; B. Dorr; G.K. Yarrow; R. L. Johnson. (in press). Nesting Habitat Suitability of Two Double-crested Cormorant Subspecies (Phalacrocorax auritus and P.A. floridanus). Ecography.

Etheredge, C.R.; G.K. Yarrow; P. Gerard; J.Dozier.(in review) Raccoon Anti-Predator Response to an Artificial Increase in Coyote Activity. Journal of Wildlife Management

Etheredge, C.R.; S.E. Wiggers; O.E.Souther; L.L, Lagman; G. Yarrow; J.Dozier. 2015. Local -Scale Difference of Coyote Food Habits on Two South Carolina Islands. Southeastern Naturalist 14(2):281-292

Pile, L. S.; G.G. Wang; R. Polomski; G.Yarrow; C.M. Stuyck. 2015. Potential for Nonnative Endozoochorus Seed Dispersal by White-tailed Deer in a Southeastern Maritime Forest. Invasive Plant Science and Management 8(1):32-43.

Kendell, B.J.; D.C. Guynn; T.J. Straka;G.K. Yarrow. 2013. Capture Hunter and Landowner Needs and Expectations and the Economic Impact of Hunting on Rural South Carolina Counties (USA) Wildl. Biol. Pract., 2013 December 9(2): 76-90 doi:10.2461/wbp.2013.9.9

Moore, L. J; Fuentes, L; J. Rodgers; W. W. Bowerman; G. K. Yarrow; W. Y. Chao; W. C. Bridges. 2011. Relative Toxicity of the Components of the Original Formulation of Roundup® to Five North American Anurans. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety. www.elsevier.com/locate/ecoenv pp 1-6.

Pai, M.; R. Bruner; D. H. Schlafer, G. Yarrow; C. A. Yoder; L. A. Miller. 2011. Immunocontraception in Eastern Gray Squirrels (Sciurus carolinensis): Morphological Changes in Reproductive Organs. Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine. Vol. 42, Issue 4.

Fuentes, L; L. J. Moore; J. Rodgers; W. W. Bowerman; G. K. Yarrow; W. Y. Chao. 2011. Comparative Toxicity of the Two Glyphosate Formulations (Original Formulation of Roundup® and Roundup WeatherMAX®) to Six North American Larval Anurans. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. Vol. 30, No. 12, pp. 2756-2761.

Book Chapter- Managing Forests for Recreational Opportunities. 2010. - Managing Forests on Private Lands in Alabama and the Southeast. SweetWater Press

Yarrow, G.K.; Knipp, L. A.; A. J. Savereno. 2009. Evaluation of the U.S. Department of Agriculture Farm Bill Conservation Practices for Wildlife. in U.S. Department of Agriculture, Natural Resource Conservation Service. 2009. Burger Jr., L.W. and K.O. Evans, Mississippi (eds). Managing working lands for northern bobwhite: the USDA NRCS Bobwhite Restoration Project. Washington, DC.

Gering, L.; T.J. Straka; G.K. Yarrow. 2008. Creating a Destination for Tourism, Recreation, and Education on an Active Solid Waste Landfill Site. Natural Areas Journal. 28:410-413.