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JOHN HAINS

Associate Professor
Interim Program Director, ATREC
Biological Sciences Department, Archbold Research and Education Center

Office: 143 Long Hall
Phone:
Email: jhains@clemson.edu

 

 Educational Background

Ph.D. Zoology
Clemson University 1987

MS Botany
Clemson University 1981

BS Biological Sciences
N.C. State University 1971

 Courses Taught

Freshwater Ecology, BIOL 4430/6430
Freshwater Ecology Lab BIOL 4440/6440
Limnology, BIOL 4100/6100
Limnological analyses, BIOL 4110L/6110L
Ecosystem Analysis, BIOL 8160
Environment, Energy, and Society BIOL 2040
Ecosystems and cultures of Dominica (Dominica/ATREC) BIOL 4960
Understanding Ecology – BIOL 8410
Environmental Science – ENSP 2000
Creative Inquiry – BIOL 4940
Undergraduate Research – BIOL 4910
Senior Seminar - BIOL 4930
SC Life Teachers Course on Savannah Lakes – BIOL 7300
SC Life Teachers Course on Bad Creek and Jocassee Gorges – BIOL 7300

 Publications

Pilgrim, C., E. Mikhailova, C. Post, J.J. Hains, and S. Cox. 2015. Spatial and temporal analysis of sedimentation in Lake Issaqueena, South Carolina. Technical contribution No. 6270 of the Clemson University Experiment Station. Water Sci.

Pilgrim, C.M, E.A. Mikhailova, C.J. Post and J.J. Hains. 2014. Spatial and temporal analysis of land-cover changes and water quality in the Lake Issaqueena watershed, South Carolina.: Environ Monit Assess 186:7617–7630.
Hains, J.J. 2015. A review of ‘Fundamentals of Ecosystem Science’. Lake and Reservoir Management. 31:80-82.

Elrod, A.K., and J. Hains. submitted. Iron Sequestration in Lake Sediments from Artificial Hypolimnetic Oxygenation: Richard B. Russell Reservoir. Lake and Reservoir Management.
Hains, J.J. 2012. MNS RN strainer fouling source management options – Independent Review. Confidential report to technical committee, McGuire Nuclear Station, Duke Energy, Charlotte, NC. 28pp.

Hains, J.J. 2010. A Review of “Freshwater Ecology: Concepts and Environmental Applications of Limnology” Lake and Reservoir Management. 26(4). 347-348.

Hains, J.J. 2009. Southeastern Lakes: Ancient and Modern. Lakeline. 29:16-19.

Fishburne, S., S. Melton, and J. Hains. 2015. Metabolism of Bellamya japonica: Hypothesis, experimental design, and results. Abstract. Annual meeting of the Association of Southeastern Biologists. Chattanoog, TN

Kilpatrick, K., J.Hutson, S. Melton, J.B. Anthony, L. Turbyfill, and J. Hains. 2015. Ecology and biology of Bellamya japonica, a new invasive species in the Savannah River Basin. Abstract. Annual meeting of the Association of Southeastern Biologists. Chattanoog, TN

Farmer, J., B. Broome, S. Fishburne, C. Hemphill, J. Logan, R. Rutherford, and J. Hains (mentor). 2014. Fecundity and Population Growth Characteristics of Bellamya japonica, A New Invasive Snail to Lake Hartwell and the Savannah River Basin. Annual meeting of the Southeastern Lake Management Conference. Asheville, NC.

Fishburne, S., B. Broome, J. Farmer, C. Hemphill, J. Logan, R. Rutherford, and J. Hains (mentor). 2014. Metabolism of Bellamya japonica: Experimental Design and Limitations. Annual meeting of the Southeastern Lake Management Conference. Asheville, NC.

Sarah Fishburne, Jessica Logan, Brittany Broome, Lauren Frees, Rebecca Helstern, Joshua Howard, Garrett Woollen, John Hains (mentor). 2014. Metabolism of Bellamya japonica: Experimental Design and Limitations – updates. Annual Meeting of the Association of Southeastern Biologists. Spartanburg, SC.

Hains, J., Jessica Logan, Brittany Broome, Sarah Fishburne, Lauren Frees, Rebecca Helstern, Joshua Howard, Garrett Woollen . 2014. The Ecology of a New Invasion by Bellamya japonica in the Savannah River Basin. Annual Meeting of the Association of Southeastern Biologists. Spartanburg, SC.

Hains, J.J. 2013. Ecology of the invasive snail, Bellamya japonica, in the Savannah River Basin. Annual meeting of the Universities Council on Water Resources. Lake Tahoe, CA.
Milsted, C, J. Catoe, A. Justice, E. Meadows, G. Ricalde, C. Hiers, M. Chestnut, H. Stamatopolous, and J. Hains. 2013. The ecology and distribution of Bellamya japonica, a new invasive freshwater snail in the Savannah River Basin. 38th annual meeting of the West Coast Biological Sciences Undergraduate Research Conference. Point Loma University, San Diego, CA
Mark Chestnut*, Joseph Catoe, Joseph Farmer, Amy Justice, Hristos Stamatopoulos, Colleen Milsted, and Evan Meadows, and John Hains. 2013. Estimating the population characteristics for the freshwater snail, Bellamya japonica, in a newly-invaded habitat. 38th annual meeting of the West Coast Biological Sciences Undergraduate Research Conference. Point Loma University, San Diego, CA

Leland Stoddard, William Colones, Samantha Hardwick, Evan Meadows, Colleen Milsted, Greg Ricalde, William Shipes, and John Hains. 2012 Fecundity, distribution, and substrate preference of the invasive snail, Bellamya japonica, in Lake Hartwell. Southeastern Lake Management Conference, Columbus, GA.

Hardwick, S., L. Stoddard, W. Colones, E. Meadows, C. Milstead, G. Ricalde,W. Shipes, K. Bickle, S. Miller, and J.Hains. 2012. Phototactic response and substrate preference of the invasive snail, Bellamya japonica. CBASS, Clemson University.

Hardwick, S., L. Stoddard, W. Colones, E. Meadows, C. Milstead, G. Ricalde,W. Shipes, K. Bickle, S. Miller, and J.Hains. 2012. Phototactic response and substrate preference of the invasive snail, Bellamya japonica. Southeast Ecology and Evolution Conference, Clemson University.

Colones, W., S. Hardwick, E. Meadows, C. Millstead, G. Ricalde, W. Shipes L. Stoddard, R. Wheeler, and J. Hains. 2012. Fecundity, Distribution, and Substrate Preference of the Invasive Snail, Bellamya japonica, in Lake Hartwell. Southeast Ecology and Evolution Conference, Clemson University.

Hains, J.J. 2011. Iron and Phosphorus Sequestration into Reservoir Sediments: Control through reservoir Management. North Carolina Lake Management Society. Lake Lure, NC.

Scott Miller, Kelly Bickle, Jamia Burdett, Candice Dillitte, Lyndsay Heater, Melissa Hulbert, Reed Jacobs, Charles Vanderploeg, John Hains.2011.Moving at a snail’s pace: Investigating the distribution and behavior of the invasive snail, Bellamya japonica. Southeastern Ecology and Evolution Conference. Auburn University, AL.

John Hains, Jessie Ulmer, Christina Darling, Corry Brown, Damon Flowers, Craig Hossenlopp, Stephanie Willett, Iris Redwoodsawyerr. 2010. The Invasion and Behavior of Bellamya japonica (von Martens 1861), a New Invasive Snail to the Savannah River Basin. Annual Meeting of the Association of Southeastern Biologists. Asheville, NC.

Jessie Ulmer, Damon Flowers, Craig Hossenlopp, Stephanie Willett, Christina Darling, Corry Brown, Iris Redwood-Sawyerr, and John Hains. 2010. Behavioral Analysis of the Invasive Freshwater Snail, Bellamya japonica: Phototactic and Geotactic Responses. Focus on Creative Inquiry. Clemson University.

Peter Billas, Carl Dixon, David Heintze, Jack Johnston, Jeffrey Johnston, and John Hains. 2010. Long-term Assessment of the Effect of Reservoir Manipulations on Total Dissolved Gas Dynamics. Focus on Creative Inquiry. Clemson University.

John Hains, Jessie Ulmer, Christina Darling, Corry Brown, Damon Flowers, Craig Hossenlopp, Stephanie Willett, Iris Redwoodsawyerr. 2010. The Invasion and Behavior of Bellamya japonica (von Martens 1861), a New Invasive Snail to the Savannah River Basin. Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Lakes Management Society. Winston Salem, NC.

Elrod, A.K., and J. Hains. 2008. Iron Sequestration in Lake Sediments from Artificial Hypolimnetic Oxygenation: Richard B. Russell Reservoir. Annual Ocean Sciences meeting – American Society of Limnology and Oceanography.