Coastal Training Program
Southeast Regional Diamondback Terrapin Workshop
- Conservation of Diamondback Terrapins in the Southeastern United States - Michael E. Dorcas, Davidson College (Adobe PDF file)
- Assessment of the Effects of Roads and Crabbing Pressures on Diamondback Terrapins on Geogia's Coast - Andrew Gross, University of Georgia (Adobe PDF file)
- Derelict Crab Trap Removal Programs in Southeast and Gulf Coast States - Jennifer Spicer, North-Inlet Winyah Bay NERR (Adobe PDF file)
- Terrapin Excluder Devices (TEDs) in Blue Crab Traps, a SCDNR Cooperative Research Study - Jason Powers, SCDNR (Adobe PDF file)
- Preserving the Diamondback Terrapin through Education and Outreach - Shelley Dearhart, SC Aquarium (Adobe PDF file)
- Terrapins and Tybee: Bridging the Gap between Citizens and Chelonians - Jordan Gray, Armstrong Atlantic State Univeristy (Adobe PDF file)
- Diamondback Terrapins in teh World of Mercury - David Owens, College of Charleston (Adobe PDF file)
- Ecology of Diamondback Terrapins in North Inlet Winyah Bay, SC - Peter King, Francis Marion University (Adobe PDF file)
- Notes from State Break-out Sessions
- Carolina Herp Atlas The Carolina Herp Atlas is an online database that maps the distributions of amphibians and reptiles in the Carolinas. You can assist with terrapin conservation efforts by reporting when and where you see terrapins.
- Diamondback Terrapin Working Group
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