For those in Atlanta or nearby you can get the book God, Dr. Buzzard and the Bolito man from the Emory Libraries http://discovere.emory.edu/discovere:default_scope:01EMORY_ALMA21194952920002486
You can pick up curbside or make an appointment to stop by the library https://libraries.emory.edu/using-the-library/fall-2020-faq.html#requesting,-borrowing,-and-returning-materials
You can find all of Dr. Martin’s books in the library too by searching DiscoverE typing Anthony J. Martin
To add to that question about burrowing and climate, how could it change in the future?
Are alligator dens ever abandoned by alligators, and if so, do they serve a similar purpose to gopher tortoise burrows or any other purpose in the ecosystem after they have been abandoned?
Hi Dr Martin! I was wondering if there is information of historical human interactions with alligators and/or their dens or traces?
Do you know what were the shell rings created by indigenous tribes used for?
Have you seen that aspects of communication with local communities has improved the quality of your scientific research in any notable ways? Specifically, in this alligator study.
Is the GA Coast Atlas a unique type of resource, or is this kind of digital scholarship available in other areas of the world?
What is usually your first step in writing one of your books? Also, do you design your own book covers?
Thank you, Tony.
Oscar de León (EHS, he/him/his)
Thank you Tony, and thanks for the opportunity to join for us who are not in the class.
Joel Lerner (he/him)
Thank you so much for speaking today!