Richard G. Wiegert

University of Georgia, Athens, Athens, GA, United States 
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Francis Evans grad student (Marine Ecology Tree)
 (Ph.D. student)
Don William Hayne grad student NCSU (Terrestrial Ecology Tree)
 (M.S. student)
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Lassiter RR, Box EO, Wiegert RG, et al. (2000) Vulnerability of ecosystems of the mid-Atlantic region, USA, to climate change. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. 19: 1153-1160
Dai T, Wiegert RG. (1997) A field study of photosynthetic capacity and its response to nitrogen fertilization in Spartina alterniflora Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science. 45: 273-283
Dai T, Wiegert RG. (1996) Ramet Population Dynamics and Net Aerial Primary Productivity of Spartina Alterniflora Ecology. 77: 276-288
Boone JL, Wiegert RG. (1994) Modeling deer herd management: sterilization is a viable option Ecological Modelling. 72: 175-186
Wickstrom CE, Wiegert RG. (1980) Response of thermal algal-bacterial mat to grazing by brine flies. Microbial Ecology. 6: 303-15
Collins NC, Mitchell R, Wiegert RG. (1976) Functional Analysis of a Thermal Spring Ecosystem, with an Evaluation of the Role of Consumers Ecology. 57: 1221-1232
Fraleigh PC, Wiegert RG. (1975) A Model Explaining Successional Change in Standing Crop of Thermal Blue‐Green Algae Ecology. 56: 656-664
Wiegert RG. (1974) Litterbag Studies of Microarthropod Populations in Three South Carolina Old Fields Ecology. 55: 94-102
Wiegert RG, Mitchell R. (1973) Ecology of yellowstone thermal effluent systems: Intersects of blue-green algae, grazing flies (Paracoenia, Ephydridae) and water mites (Partnuniella, Hydrachnellae) Hydrobiologia. 41: 251-271
Wiegert RG, Fraleigh PC. (1972) Ecology Of Yellowstone Thermal Effluent Systems: Net Primary Production And Species Diversity Of A Successional Blue‐Green Algal Mat1 Limnology and Oceanography. 17: 215-228
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