Faculty Research, Student Research

Ossabaw Island Flyover from the Georgia Coast Atlas project

April 22, 2020

Looking for an escape? Enjoy the latest island “flyover” video from the Georgia Coast Atlas project. The video, published on Southern Spaces, was produced by the Center for Digital Scholarship, with Michael Page, ENVS alumna Leotie Hakkila, and me (Professor Tony Martin) as some of the coauthors on the article.


This video and article are the third in a series of Georgia island “flyover” couplets; the previous two were for St. Catherines Island and Sapelo Island (also published on Southern Spaces). Initial field work for this video was in December 2016, and Leotie did background research for the article as an independent-study (ENVS 399) study with me in spring 2018.

Michael and I would like to acknowledge valuable contributions to the Georgia Coast Atlas project over the past few years from our outstanding ENVS students, such as Leotie, Katelyn Boisvert, Jessie Moore Torres, Arbour Guthrie, and others. We hope to continue this practice of undergraduate research connecting to public scholarship well into the future. In the meantime, enjoy watching and learning!

Anthony “Tony” Martin, Professor of Practice (ENVS)