Scientists have long known that providing supplemental food for wildlife, or resource provisioning, can sometimes cause more harm than good. UGA ecologists Daniel Becker and Richard Hall have developed a new mathematical model to tease apart the processes that help explain why.
The Fall 2014 issue of the UGA Graduate School Magazine features a story about Odum School doctoral student Alyssa Gehman.
ECOLOGY SEMINAR: Dispersal, demographic heterogeneity, and the dynamics of open populations
Erik Noonburg, Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences, Florida Atlantic University
Oct. 28, 2014
CONSERVATION SEMINAR: Coordinating science and politics for conservation of a federally-endangered plant, Canby's Dropwort
Lisa Kruse, Georgia Department of Natural Resources
Oct. 29, 2014