Dr. David C. Guynn

Professor Emeritus, Wildlife Management

david_guynn.JPGEmail: dguynn@clemson.edu

School of Agricultural, Forest, and Environmental Sciences

Ph.D. Va. Tech, Forestry - 1975
M.S. Va. Tech, Forestry - 1973
B.S. Va. Tech, Forestry & Wildlife - 1968

Research interest:
Research Areas Include: 1. Forestry/wildlife Habitat Relationships 2. Management of White-tailed Deer Populations 3. White-tailed Deer Herbivory 4. Human Dimensions/Economics of Wildlife Management

Keyser, P. D., D. C. Guynn , Jr., W.M. Knox, K. E. Kammermyer and J. M. Crum. 2006. Dynamics of adult sex ratios in white-tailed deer populations: a simulation, Wildlife Soc. Bulletin. 34(4):1113-1120.
Keyser, P. D., D. C. Guynn and H.S. Hill, Jr. 2005. Population density physical parameter relationships in white-tailed deer. J. Wildlife Management. 69(1):356-365.
Keyser, P. D., D. C. Guynn and H.S. Hill, Jr. 2005. Density-dependent recruitment patterns in white-tailed deer. Wildlife Society Bulletin. 33(1):222-232.
Guynn, D. C., S. T. Guynn and P. A. Layton. 2004. Biodiversity metrics in sustainable forestry programs. J. of Forestry. 102(3):46-52.

Professional society activity:
The Wildlife Society
Society of American Foresters
Quality Deer Management Association (Board of Directors)
Southeastern Section of The Wildlife Society
South Carolina Chapter of The Wildlife Society
Sigma Xi (Scientific Research Society)
Xi Sigma Pi (Forestry Honor Society)
Gamma Sigma Delta (Agricultural Honor Society)

Honors and awards:
Research Deer Management Career Achievement, SE Section, TWS, 1999.
Arkansas Forest Resources Distinguished Lecturer, 2002
Certified Forester #1599, Society of American Foresters, 2002
Godley-Snell Award for Excellence in Agricultural Research, Clemson University, 2004
Ansel E. Miller Excellence in Teaching Award, Clemson University, 2004
Clemson University Board of Trustees Award for Faculty Excellence, 2005
Outstanding Achievement Award, SC Chapter, TWS, 2005

FOR 415/615 - Forest Wildlife Management
FOR 845 - Biodiversity in Managed Forests