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James Johnson

Continuing Education Program Director
  • Ph.D. Wildlife Ecology and Management, University of Georgia, 2019 
  • M.S. Environmental Science, Florida Atlantic University, 2012
  • B.S. Biology, Armstrong Atlantic State University, 2008
Selected Publications:
  • Johnson, J.T., R.B. Chandler, L.M. Conner, M.J. Cherry, C.H. Killmaster, K.L. Johannsen, and K.V. Miller. (2022).  “Assessing the implications of sexual segregation when surveying white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus)”.  Wildlife Biology
  • Johnson, J.T., R.B. Chandler, L.M. Conner, M.J. Cherry, C.H. Killmaster, K.L. Johannsen, and K.V. Miller. (2021).  “Effects of bait on white-tailed deer resource selection”.  Animals 11(8): 10.3390/ani11082334 
  • Benscoter, B.W., J.T. Johnson, L. Reger.  (2021). “Controls on carbon loss during fire in managed herbaceous peatlands of the Florida Everglades”.  In Wetland Carbon and Environmental Management.  (Eds. K.W. Krauss, Z. Zhu, and C.L. Stagg).
  • Gulsby, W.D., M.J. Cherry, J.T. Johnson, L.M. Conner, K.V. Miller. (2018). “Behavioral Response of White-tailed Deer to Coyote Predation Risk". Ecosphere 9(3): e02141. 10.1002/ecs2.2141
  • Rutledge, B.T., M.J. Cherry, B.S. Cohen, M.B. Howze, J.T. Johnson.  (2016). “Coastal Plain Whitetails: The Ichauway Approach”. Outreach publication, Joseph W. Jones Ecological Research Center, Newton, GA.
  • Nungesser, M.K, C. Saunders, C. Coronado-Molina, J. Obeysekera, J.T. Johnson, C. McVoy, and B. Benscoter.  (2015). “Potential effects of climate change on Florida’s Everglades peatlands”. Journal of Environmental Management 55(4):824-835
Articles Featuring James Johnson
Monday, June 5, 2023 - 12:08pm

The Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources is pleased to announce the appointment of James Johnson as the new director of the continuing education program. Johnson is a Warnell alumnus who earned his Ph.D. in wildlife management from the school in 2019.

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