A new study by University of Georgia ecologists, just published in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B, has found that winter-breeding butterflies are at increased risk of disease, a finding that could apply to other migratory species as well. Planting tropical milkweed, available at many garden centers, makes the problem worse.
A front-page story by Lee Shearer in the March 16 edition of the Athens Banner-Herald covers recent research by the Odum School’s Amy Rosemond and her colleagues. Their findings, published in Science, concern the effects of nutrient pollution on forest-derived carbon in streams.
ANNUAL EUGENE P. ODUM LECTURE: The Only Certainty Is Change: Reflections on a Stream, a City, and a Public University
Nancy Grimm, Professor in the School of Life Sciences, Arizona State University
Apr. 21, 2015
Georgia Water Resources Conference
Apr. 28, 2015