Alumna describes being “stuck in the field” by COVID-19 lockdown

Julie Tierney shared her story of being “stuck in the field” when travel restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic abruptly went into effect.

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UGA alumnae model impacts of COVID-19 interventions

Stanford biologist and UGA alumna Erin Mordecai has developed a model to explore the impacts of social distancing strategies on COVID-19.

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Nutrient concentrations in most U.S. streams are too high, study finds

Nutrient concentrations in most U.S. streams and rivers are too high, according to a team of ecologists with ties to the University of Georgia.

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Adventures of a Marine Education Fellow

Maggie Shiffert, BS ’19, describes her experiences as an environmental educator at the UGA Aquarium as a UGA Marine Extension and Georgia Sea Grant Marine Education Fellow.

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Stories by Erin Malsbury, BS ’19, featured in Science

Alumna Erin Malsbury, BS ’19, who is studying science communication at UC Santa Cruz, recently published three articles in Science Magazine.

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UGA Ecology Graduate Student Symposium is Jan. 31-Feb. 1

The Odum School of Ecology Graduate Student Symposium takes place Jan. 31-Feb. 1 in the Odum School auditorium. Alumna Rebeca de Jesús Crespo will deliver the keynote address.

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Tweaking the approach to save the desert tortoise

“Increase the size, increase the survival” is the premise behind head-starting, but research by UGA scientists reveals larger size alone is not enough to save the desert tortoise from predator attacks.

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Worden, PhD ’00, discusses giant viruses

Alexandra Z. Worden, UGA Ecology PhD ’00, was featured on the podcast This Week in Virology discussing giant viruses that infect ocean hosts.

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A summer among the sequoias

Katherine Russell, BS ’18, describes her experience studying the impacts of recent wildfires on the giant sequoias of California.

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“We proved that women could certainly stand the rigors of Antarctica”

Terry Tickhill Terrell, who received her PhD in ecology from UGA in 1976, was part of a the first all-female research team in Antarctica in 1969.

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