George F. Gee
Crane Restoration Ecology
|Areas of Expertise/Interest:
Environmental Physiology, Restoration Ecology, Avian Reproduction, Egg
Outstanding Performance Awards 1988, 1993, and 1994. Patuxent Scientific Achievement Award 1996. Certificate of Appreciation from International Crane Foundation 1999. Honor Award Whooping Crane Conservation Association 2001.
Assessing the genetic status of Whooping Cranes with AFLP
Nighttime behavior of whooping cranes released in
Florida (under review but funded)
Restoration ecology of a nonmigrating population of whooping cranes in Florida: behavioral and habitat changes to increase survival
Development of microsomal P450 as a bioindicator for environmental contaminant exposure
Ellis, D. H., G. F. Gee, and C. M. Mirande (eds).
1996. Cranes: Their
Biology, Husbandry and Conservation. US Department of Interior, National
Biological Service, Washington, DC, International Crane Foundation,
Baraboo, Wisconsin, and the US Fish and Wildlife Service, Washington, DC.
Jarvi, S. I., G. F. Gee, M. M. Miller, and W. E.
Briles. 1995. A complex alloantigen system in Florida sandhill cranes,
Grus canadensis pratensis: Evidence for the Major Histocompatibility
(B) system. Journal of Heredity 86:348-353.
Gee, G. F. 1995.
Artificial insemination and cryopreservation of semen from
nondomestic birds. Pages 262-279. In M. R. Bakst and G. J. Wishart (eds).
First International Symposium of the Artificial Insemination of Poultry.
The Poultry Science Association, Inc., Savoy, Illinois. 297pp.
G., M. R. Bakst, and T. J. Sexton. 1985. Cryogenic preservation of semen
from the greater sandhill crane. J. Wildl. Manage. 49:480-484.
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