Posts Tagged ‘savannah morning news’

Black gill article in Savannah Morning News

June 27, 2016

Here is a nice article by Mary Landers of the Savannah Morning News updating our black gill research. 

Skidaway researchers “caricaturized”

September 2, 2015

A couple of our researchers, Mike Robinson and LeeAnn DeLeo, made a caricature appearance in an editorial cartoon in the Savannah Morning News this week. Thanks, cartoonist Mark Streeter!Streeter Cartoon

News coverage on black gill research

November 4, 2013

We had some nice news coverage of our new research project looking into Black Gill Disease in shrimp. Mary Landers with the Savannah Morning News published this story last week.

That story was picked up by the Associated Press and was distributed to other outlets, including the ABC/FOX TV affiliate there in Savannah. Ashli Lincoln came out on Friday and produced this story.


And then a turtle started messin’ with it…

September 21, 2012

Mary Landers from the Savannah Morning News wrote a cute story for the front page of yesterday’s paper about this love sick loggerhead. Click on the picture to read the story.

Nice newspaper article!

July 25, 2012

Mary Landers from the Savannah Morning News wrote a nice article on our marine plastics project.It appeared on the front page of Sunday’s issue. Thanks, Mary!

The reporters who went to Wassaw Island last week. Mary is wearing the straw hat on the far right.

Some nice news coverage

January 4, 2012

Clark Alexander’s project on erosion on the Intracoastal Waterway generated some good news coverage.

Mary Landers from the Savannah Morning News wrote this story that was published last week.

Alice Massimi, from WSAV-TV (local NBC affiliate), shot this story before Christmas, but it aired yesterday.



Skidaway scientists study drought effects on salt marshes, crabs

October 19, 2011

The Savannah Morning News had a nice story over the weekend on the effect of the regional drought on salt marshes. A couple of our scientists’ work was included. Credit environmental reporter Mary Landers.

Nice newspaper article

November 24, 2009

Mike Sullivan writes:

Several of us spent most of last Friday taking a boat trip to one of Georgia’s undeveloped coastal islands

Capt. Jay Fripp and Claudia Venherm

and stomping around looking for archaeological sites that may be threatened by erosion.

Claudia Venherm using a precise GPS to map the shoreline.

It is a joint project with Chris McCabe, the Georgia DNR archaeologist who is stationed on our campus.

Chris and Mary

Mary Landers from the Savannah Morning News came along and wrote a very nice story on the excursion, which can be seen here.