Dr. J. Drew Lanham

Professor, Wildlife (non-game) Ecology/Management


Drew LanhamEmail: lanhamj@clemson.edu
Office: (864)-656-7294

Department:
School of Agricultural, Forest, and Environmental Sciences


Education:
Ph.D. Clemson University, Forest Resources - 1997
M.S. Clemson University, Zoology - 1990
B.S. Clemson University, Zoology - 1988

Research interest:
Songbird ecology and conservation; Integration of game and nongame wildlife management; The African American land ethic and its role in natural resources conservation.

Publications:
Cromer, R.B., C.A. Gresham, M. Goddard, J. Lanham and H. Hanlin, 2007. Associations between two bottomland hardwood forest shrew species and hurricane-generated woody debris. Southeastern Naturalist 6(2): 235-246.
Cathryn H. Greenberg, Aimee Tomcho, J. Lanham, Thomas Waldrop, Joesph Tomcho, Ross J. Phillips, Dean Simon. 2007. Short-term effects of fire and other fuel reduction treatments on breeding birds in southern Appalachian hardwood forests. Journal of Wildlife Management. 71(6): 1906-1916
Kinkead, Karen E., J. Drew Lanham and R. Montanucci. 2006. Comparison of anesthesia and marking techniques on stress and behavioral responses in two Desmognathus salamanders. Journal of Herpetology. 40(3): 323-328.
Waldron, J.L., S.H. Bennett, S.M. Welch, M.E., Dorcas, J.D. Lanham, & W. Kalinowsky. 2006. Habitat specificity and home-range size as attributes of species vulnerability to extinction: a case study using sympatric rattlesnakes. Animal Conservation 9(4): 414-420.
Waldron, Jayme, J.D. Lanham and S.H. Bennett. 2006. Using behaviorally-based seasons to investigate canebrake rattlesnake (Crotalus horridus) movement patterns and habitat selection. Herpetologica, 62(4), 2006, 389-398.
Lanham, J.Drew and S.M. Miller. 2006. Monotypic nest site selection by Swainson’s Warbler in the mountains of South Carolina. Southeastern Naturalist: ms # 305 in press.

Professional society activity:
The Wildlife Society (Ethnic and Gender Diversity Committee)
The Wildlife Society (President 2004-05)
The Ecological Society of America
Editorial Advisory Board, The Wildlife Professional
South Carolina Audubon Advisory Board

Honors and awards:
Audubon Society Together Green Fellowship
National Wildlife Federation Affiliate Leaders Program
Excellence in Teaching Award, 2000, 2002, 2004, 2007 Clemson University Wildlife Society
Cooperative Extension Service Southern Region- Excellence Award for Exceptional Programming –Mass Media Television
Best Conference Paper, Non-Game, 1998 Southeastern Section, The Wildlife Society
Best Student Poster (co-author), 1999 Annual Conference, The Wildlife Society
Douglas R. Phillips Award (Outstanding Graduate Student in Forest Resources-1994)
Xi Sigma Pi (Forestry Honorary)

Courses:
Field Methods in Avian Ecology (WFB476/676)
Nongame Wildlife Management (WFB 440 )
Biodiversity in Managed Forests ( FOR 845)

Website/Publications:
http://www.myspace.com/jdrewlanham
http://www.clemson.edu/~lanhamj

Certified Wildlife Biologist & Certified Senior Ecologist