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Steven J. Price

Assistant Professor of Wildlife Ecology In the Department of Forestry

University of Kentucky

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University of Kentucky

800 Rose St.

Lexington, Kentucky,40536

United States

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The University of Kentucky offers a variety of education, services and research opportunities to those interested in the Appalachian Region, including courses led by notable scholars in regional studies. Faculty include the editor and book review editor of t... more

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Floracliff Nature Sanctuary - Field Studies Workshops

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Instructors: Dr. Stephen Richter (EKU), Dr. Steven Price (UK), & Andrea Drayer (UK)
Steven Price is an Assistant Professor of Wildlife Ecology in the Department of Forestry at University of Kentucky.


People in the News: Two join Brand Advertising Group; UK's Price gets outstanding research award | KyForward.com

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Home NewsPeople in the News: Two join Brand Advertising Group; UK's Price gets outstanding research award
People in the News: Two join Brand Advertising Group; UK's Price gets outstanding research award UK's Price wins outstanding research award At its recent annual meeting in Concord, North Carolina, the Association of Southeastern Biologists awarded the Senior Research Award to the University of Kentucky's Steven J. Price for outstanding research. Price is an assistant professor of stream and riparian ecology in the Department of Forestry, part of the College of Agriculture, Food and Environment. He won the award for research that examined the impacts of mountaintop removal mining on stream salamander populations. Steven J. Price Steven J. Price "We are proud of Steve for all of the accomplishments he's had since he's been here. Tags:Association of Southeastern Biologists · Barb Sallee · Brand Advertising Group · Kendra Steele · People in the News · Steven J. Price · University of Kentucky


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For the turtles of North Carolina, golf ponds "are providing something that other ponds are not", says University of Kentucky herpetologist Steven Price, a co-author of the two new turtle papers.
"So maybe they're the lesser of two evils." Price and his colleagues sought to understand the fate of turtles in the Charlotte, North Carolina, metropolitan area, where galloping growth has swallowed 60 percent of the undeveloped land in some counties. But Price says he's not aware of studies of the certification programs, so it's not clear how rigorous such efforts are.


Turtles Flourishing in Golf Course Ponds | Global Water Fund

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For the turtles of North Carolina, golf ponds "are providing something that other ponds are not," says University of Kentucky herpetologist Steven Price, a co-author of the two new turtle papers.


Floracliff Nature Sanctuary - Field Studies Workshops

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Instructors: Dr. Steven Price (UK) and Dr. Stephen Richter (EKU)
Steven Price is an Assistant Professor of Wildlife Ecology in the Department of Forestry at University of Kentucky.


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