Mary Freeman, Research Ecologist, U.S. Geological Survey
River ecology and management; effects of altering streamflow and instream habitat on biological processes that sustain the diversity and abundances of native riverine fauna.
Primary Organization: U.S. Geological Survey
Mary C. Freeman
USGS Patuxent Wildlife Research Center
Institute of Ecology
University of Georgia
Athens, GA 30602-2202
Office Phone: 706-543-0978
FAX Number: 706-542-1235
CWT Publications and Presentations: (custom bibliography)
Freeman, M.C., Pringle, C.M., Jackson, C.R. 2007. Hydrologic Connectivity and the Contribution of Stream Headwaters to Ecological integrity at Regional Scales. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 43(1): 5-14.
Grossman, G.D., R.E. Ratajczak Jr., M.K. Crawford, and M.C. Freeman. 1998. Assemblage of organization in stream fishes: effects of environmental variation and interspecific interactions. Ecological Monographs. 68(3): 395-420.
Freeman, M.C., M.K. Crawford, J.C. Barrett, D.E. Facey, M.G. Flood, J. Hill, D.J. Stouder, and G.D. Grossman. 1988. Fish assemblage stability in a Southern Appalachian stream. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 45: 1949-1958.
Theses and Dissertations
Freeman, Mary C.. 1990. Foraging behavior of the rosyside dace, Clinostomus funduloides: the importance of social interactions. Ph.D. Dissertation. Athens, GA: University of Georgia