Monetary contributions of the
Virginia Herpetological Society

Over the past several years the Virginia Herpetological Society has given monetary contributions of $10,495 to
support various aspects of herpetology in Virginia and elsewhere.

Year Amount Cause
2012 $500 Jeffery Dragon - A Study of the State Threatened Wood Turtle: Developing an Occupancy and Detection Model of Wood Turtles in Virginia using Traditional and Novel Approaches
2012 $500 Jeff Mette - Investigating the enigmatic decline of the Southern Cricket Frog (Acris gryllus) in Virginia
2012 $500 Jason E. Osborne - Expanding the herpetological paleo-fauna of the Oligocene to Pliocene exposures of Virginia: Underwater recovery methods development
2011 $500 Daniel Ramos, Grants in Herpetology: The Response of Anuran Species Distributions to Anthropogenic Disturbance: Using Circuit Theoretic Analysis to Model Landscape Connectivity
2011 $500 Jay McGhee, Grants in Herpetology: Estimation of Detection Probabilities of Red-Backed Salamanders at the Randolph-Macon Environmental Field Station
2010 $200 Dr. Julie Ray - La Mica Biological Station in El Cope, Panama
2010 $100 Luray Zoo - Native Herp Exhibit
2010 $500 VHS Grant in Herpetology - Eric Liebgold - The effects of genetic heterozygosity on territory size in the terrestrial salamander, Plethedon cinereus.
2009 $200 Luray Zoo - Native Herp Exhibit
2009 $500 VHS Grant in Herpetology
2009 $100 Student Paper Award
2008 $1,000 VHS Grant in Herpetology
2007 $150 Student Paper Award
2007 $200 Student Poster Award
2007 $250 VA Museum of Natural History - Richard Hoffman Symposium
2007 $1,000 VHS Grant in Herpetology
2007 $250 VA Museum of Natural History - Reptile Weekend
2006 $500 VHS Grant in Herpetology
2006 $300 Virginia BioBlitz Project
2004 $100 Luray Zoo - Native Herp Exhibit
2003 $250 Virginia BioBlitz Project
2002 $200 Legislative Field Trip
2002 $295 Wetland Sign Exhibit
2002 $100 Luray Zoo - Native Herp Exhibit
2001 $1,700 Production of the DGIF Publication "A Guide to Snakes of Virginia"
2000 $100 Decline of Amphibians Study Fund
  $10,495 Total


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