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Student research on Augusta Canal supports trout fishery

...wildflowers."The more we know, the more questions we have, the more we want to know," said science teacher Carl Hammond-Beyer.Students have raised two batches of rainbow trout, measuring their growth rate in two fish tanks that mimic conditions...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/metro/2015-08-05/student-research-augusta-cana
Angler has great fish story to tell from Catfish Creek

...about 250 fish, is part of an ongoing, multi-year study by Davidson Fine Arts Magnet School science teacher Carl Hammond-Beyer and his students.Using trout provided by students at Warren Road Elementary School, which maintains an in-house...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/sports/outdoors/2014-11-22/angler-has-great-fish-st
Trout experiment survivors released into Augusta Canal

...Tuesday."I think it's marginal, but it's doable," said Davidson Fine Arts Magnet School science teacher Carl Hammond-Beyer.About 1,000 tiny fry hatched by Leesa Lyles' class at Warren Road Elementary School were placed into the canal...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/metro/2013-10-15/trout-experiment-survivors-re
Canal trout experiment yields both cannibalism and survivors

...at Warren Road Elementary School were placed into the canal last June in special cages built by science teacher Carl Hammond-Beyer and his students at Davidson Fine Arts Magnet School.During the warmest months of July and August, oxygen levels...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/metro/2013-09-27/canal-trout-experiment-yields
A yellow jacket can absolutely bring the 2.0 pain

...the Augusta Canal's suitability as trout habitat is nearing an end.Davidson Fine Arts School science teacher Carl Hammond-Beyer and his students placed about 1,000 tiny rainbow trout fry in submerged containers last June to see if they...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/sports/outdoors/rob-pavey/2013-09-28/yellow-jacket-
Pavey: I'm taking a step back, but not from my favorite gig

...cannibalistic siblings, they were released into the canal to swim free.Davidson Fine Arts Magnet School science teacher Carl Hammond-Beyer, who spearheaded the study to see if the canal could support recreational trout fishing, believes the data shows...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/sports/outdoors/rob-pavey/2013-10-19/pavey-im-takin
Passing by young bucks and allowing them to grow to maturity pays off with more big bucks

...famous man-made waterway could someday support a trout fishery.Davidson Fine Arts Magnet School science teacher Carl Hammond-Beyer and his students teamed up again with Leesa Lyles' class at Warren Road Elementary School, where an in-house hatchery...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/sports/outdoors/rob-pavey/2014-02-01/passing-young-
Outdoors calendar

...Surrey Center will hold a three-session flyfishing school. Cost is $150 for three sessions. Instructors are Carl Hammond-Beyer, Patrick Smith and Tony Welch. Equipment is provided. Call (706) 738-4536. FRIDAY AND AUG. 23 : The Harry...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2009/08/16/out_544560.shtml
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Teacher of the Year finalists announced

...finalists for Richmond County teacher of the year, including five from elementary schools. The finalists are: - Carl Hammond-Beyer, physics and biology teacher at Laney High School. - Ann Marie Dalis, a visual arts teacher at Davidson Fine...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2003/10/08/met_395126.shtml
Metro | Davidson Fine Arts Magnet School | Lucy C. Laney High School
Augusta Canal trout project draws intrigue

...habitat generated plenty of excitement ? and some good questions, too.Davidson Fine Arts Magnet School educator Carl Hammond-Beyer and his students found the canal to have plenty of trout-friendly foods, abundant oxygen and a favorable pH level...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/sports/outdoors/rob-pavey/2013-04-06/augusta-canal-