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Dr. Steven J. Price

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University of Kentucky

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Lexington, Kentucky 40536

United States

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University of Kentucky

Herpetology Professor

Davidson College

Research Coordinator In Biology

Davidson College

Research Coordinator

Davidson College Herpetology Lab




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The study was conducted by Steve ... [cached]

The study was conducted by Steve Price, biology research coordinator at Davidson University, from May 2004 through 2012. Price is now a professor at the University of Kentucky.

The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation's "Wildlife Links" program financed the study, which took place in and around Charlotte, N.C. Two of the primary golf courses that participated in the study were Northstone Country Club in Huntersville, N.C., and River Run Country Club in Davidson, N.C.
Price discovered that golf course ponds provide an important habitat for turtles, in some cases a better habitat than ponds on farms or in parks.
Price says turtle populations were negatively affected on courses with greater residential development within their boundaries, and they may not provide the same benefits to turtle populations as golf courses that have minimal development within their boundaries.
The study also tells where turtles nest on golf courses, which is not on greens, fairways or bunkers, Price says.
"They picked out small landscaped areas on the golf course, where perennials or annuals were planted," he explains.
Price says there have been a lot of questions historically about the use of pesticides and how they may impact the environment, including water.
"For a long time, scientists like myself weren't conducting research on golf courses," he says.

Turtles Flourishing in Golf Course Ponds | Global Water Fund [cached]

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.

Explore the fascinating world of ... [cached]

Explore the fascinating world of amphibians and reptiles with Davidson College Herpetology Professor Steve Price.

Staff - Davidson College - acalog ACMS™ [cached]

Steven J. Price, B.S., M.S. (University of Wisconsin, Green Bay), Research Coordinator in Biology

Council on Undergraduate Research [cached]

Steven J. Price is the research coordinator for the Davidson College Herpetology Lab and Michael E. Dorcas is an associate professor at Davidson College

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