Dr. Jeffrey W. Foltz

Professor-Emeritus, Fisheries Science


foltz_jeffrey.JPGEmail: jwfoltz@clemson.edu
Office: 864-656-5330

Department:
School of Agricultural, Forest, and Environmental Sciences


Education:
Ph.D. University of Colorado, Biology - 1978
M.S. University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, Zoology - 1974
B.S. The Ohio State Univ. Biology - 1972

Research interest:
Research areas include: 1. Re-introduction of Turquoise Darters into Six Mile Creek 2. Fisheries- Habitat Relationships 3. Restoration of non-game fishes

Publications:
Davis, B. M. and J. W. Foltz. 1991. Food of Blueback Herring and Threadfin shad in Jocassee Reservoir, S.C. Trans. Amer. Fish. Soc. 120 (5):605-613.

Eversole, A.G. and J. W. Foltz. 1993. Habitat relationships of two crayfish species in a mountain stream. Freshwater Crayfish 9: 300-310.

Goforth, R.R. and J. W. Foltz, 1998. Movements of the yellowfin shiner, Notropis lutipinnis. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 1998: 7: 49-55.

K, J Killgore, J. P. Kirt and J. W. Foltz. 1998. Response of littoral Fishes in Upper Lake Marion, South Carolina Following Hydrilla Control by Triploid Grass Carp. J. Aquatic Plant Management 36: 82-86.

Professional society activity:
The American Fisheries Society SC Chapter

Honors and awards:
Appointed Chair of Clemson University’s Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee 2005 to present.

Courses:
FNR 102 Freshman Portfolio
WFB 300 Wildlife Biology
WFB 301 Wildlife Biology Lab
WFB 416 Fisheries Biology
WFB 418 Fisheries Conservation
ENR 302 Natural Resource Measurements
FNR 470 Creative Inquiry
AGRIC 491, 492 Honors Thesis

Website/Publications:
http://people.clemson.edu/~jwfoltz/