This lab was established through an NSF equipment grant. Work performed in the lab must be acknowledged by footnote in any publication presenting data generated by the lab and the lab must be provided with a reprint of any such publication. These requests are considered part of the price for analytical work. The costs listed are for nonprofit clients only.
Sited at one of the oldest continuous ecological research sites in the world, Coweeta LTER is the centerpiece of a cooperative effort between the University of Georgia and the USDA Forest Service Coweeta Hydrologic Laboratory.
The Georgia Museum of Natural History is the repository for the preservation and study of the tangible evidence of history, culture and natural heritage of the state of Georgia and its people.
HorseShoe Bend (HSB) Ecology Experimental Research Site, located along College Station Road, is a component of the University of Georgia East Campus. HSB has a rich tradition of community service, environmental education and ecological research in areas such as, agroecosystem ecology, ecosystem development, perturbation ecology, population ecology, and teacher education.
Ichauway is a 29,000 acre outdoor laboratory of the Joseph W. Jones Ecological Research Center. Located in rural Southwest Georgia, Ichauway provides a program of excellence in ecology and natural resource management, including research, education and conservation objectives.
The McGarity Wetland Preserve is located along the Alcovy River in proximity to Covington, Georgia. This wetland site provides a research and educational outdoor laboratory, and is situated directly across the river from Georgia’s northernmost-recorded gum pond, dominated by water tupelo (Nyssa sylvatiga).
Eugene P. Odum willed to the Odum School of Ecology a 111-acre (45-ha) parcel of land dominated by mature hardwood forest within the Broad River Watershed located in Madison County, Georgia. Dr. Odum placed a perpetual conservation easement on eighty-six acres (33 ha) of this property.
The purpose of the Ecology Library is to support the instruction, research and service missions of the Odum School of Ecology.
The River Basin Center focuses on the intersection between science and policy, and works to link these two arenas in a way that strengthens the effectiveness of both.
UGA Costa Rica offers inter-disciplinary, field-based learning opportunities and cultural immersion in a tropical cloud forest environment. In Fall 2005, UGA opened the Costa Rica Office on campus in Athens.
UGAMI supports ongoing research by resident and visiting researchers in a broad range of disciplines, and also provides access and facilities for college classes to experience field research and gain an appreciation of the Georgia coast.
In 2001, the University of Georgia Institute of Ecology (presently the Eugene P. Odum School of Ecology) accepted a donation of approximately 493 acres (200 ha) of land along the Satilla River located in Camden County, Georgia, from Walter Stephens, Marshlands Incorporated. In 2006, Walter Stephens donated an additional 670 acres (271 ha) of adjacent land, creating a combined parcel totaling 1162 acres (470 ha) to be named the Stephens-Hunt Refuge.
The Savannah River Ecology Laboratory (SREL) is a research unit of The University of Georgia, located at the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Savannah River Site (SRS) in Aiken, S.C.
Skidaway's remote pristine location, convenient to coastal and ocean waters, is known for its state-of-the-art research facilities, accessible research locations, and opportunities for collaboration with interdisciplinary and internationally-recognized research faculty.
Spring Hollow is located near Ila, Georgia. The property includes a log house for gathering, reference watershed and pond, and an old-growth forest. This site is available for education, research, and service functions.
Contact Gary W. Barrett, Chair of the Eugene P. Odum School of Ecology Facilities Committee, email@example.com, regarding details of or reservations for Spring Hollow.
The Agroecology Lab of the University of Georgia’s Odum School of Ecology, is engaged in research and education dedicated to advancing environmentally sound agricultural practice by adapting functions of natural ecosystems to improve soil, control weeds, reduce pests, and enhance yield and crop quality.