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This website is a collaborative effort.
A special thanks goes to all those professionals, organizations and individuals
who have contributed their time, passion, discoveries, information, photography,
artwork and other materials for this presentation and promotion of river
and environmental protection. Their help greatly contributed to the development
and success of this website.
Information Technology Division at
Birmingham-Southern College for hosting this website.
Cahaba River Society, especially Executive
Director Beth Stewart, Field Director Dr. Randy Haddock, and Environmental
Educator Shane Hulsey.
Dr. Ronald Jenkins, Professor
of Biology at Samford University, Birmingham, AL, for the photography and help
with identification of pictured species.
Jim Allison, a botanist with Georgia, DNR, for
use of his photographs and information about the Dolomite Glades in
Guy Arello, a Charter Member
of The Cahaba River Society, for his interest and commitment to Alabama river conservation and artwork and historical
essays published in collaboration with the Cahaba Trace Commission ,
specifically: The Cahaba
River Folio and Alabama: The River State Folio
Oxmoor House Publishing for the use of
images in its
Fishes of Alabama by Maurice F. Mette, Patrick E. O'Neil and J. Malcom Pierson.
Dr. Eileen Moore, Professor of Education,
for advice on building and designing the website.
Dr. Scot Duncan,
Assistant Professor of Biology at Birmingham-Southern College, who taught us in the Cahaba River Ecology course and continues to
guide us in the development and promotion of this website.
the desire and intention of the authors and designers of the Cahaba Teacher
website to work with other colleges, teachers, students, and environmental
agencies to continue to build this website. We welcome comments,
suggestions, photographs, lesson plans, ideas, materials and links.