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New study released: Coastal Resilience Assessment of the Savannah River Watershed by Crist, P.J., R. White, M. Chesnutt, C. Scott, R. Sutter, E. Linden, P. Cutter, and G. Dobson, 2019. National Fish and Wildlife Foundation.
New Savannah River Based Book: Southern Water, Southern Power: How the Politics of Cheap Energy and Water Scarcity Shaped a Region by Christoper J. Manganiello (based on the excellent dissertation that won Mr. Manganiello the Rachel Carson Prize, American Society for Environmental History, Best Dissertation in Environmental History (in 2010), awarded April, 2011.)
Robust redhorse study underway in the Savannah River. The study began in May 2018 and biologists will continue to gather data for next 8–10 years, depending on the life of the transmitter tag and fish.
Learn more about ongoing studies of the Savannah River by visiting our SR Basin Studies Links.
Who we are:
The SC SRBAC was formed through the efforts of the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (SCDHEC) and the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (SCDNR). The group provides input during the development of comprehensive plans and policies guiding water resources management for the Savannah River Basin. The SC SRBAC consists of member stakeholders located throughout the Savannah River Basin. Members include members of local and state government agencies, Clemson University, the University of South Carolina, Savannah River basin advocacy groups, local industry, and concerned citizens.
We welcome feedback and suggestions for additional information to be added to this site. If you are interested in becoming involved or have feedback that you would like considered by the SC SRBAC, please contact us.