Aquatic scientists and policy experts, including UGA’s Amy D. Rosemond, warn that a new federal rule could degrade U.S. water quality.
Coral reefs in the Eastern Tropical Pacific region show resilience to rising ocean temperatures and may have adapted to heat stress, according to a study by an international team of researchers.
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.
Prof. Amy Rosemond, who serves as president of the Society for Freshwater Science, is quoted in a statement from the Consortium of Aquatic Science Societies about the revised definition of Waters of the U.S.
The combination of dams, droughts and dry seasons are making it harder for Puerto Rico’s migratory shrimp to complete their life cycle, according to a long-term study from UGA.
River Basin Center doctoral student Denzell Cross is studying Atlanta’s aquatic ecosystems, comparing data collected in the 1970s from the same locations he’s sampling today to examine how insect communities in urban streams have changed.
A graduate fellowship established through a $1.5 million commitment from John Spencer’s mother and stepfather, Kathelen and Dan Amos, is ensuring that John’s legacy will reach far into the future.