A Day in the Life of a Pond: Measuring Small-Reservoir Emissions to Inform Infrastructure Decisions

PhD student Laura Naslund is studying emissions from small reservoirs to understand their environmental impact.

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Dean’s Corner, May 2022

Dean Altizer on attending JASM 2022 and the outsize influence of UGA in aquatic ecology, celebrating our graduates, and welcoming new staff.

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Assistant professor merges passion for marine mammals with research and teaching

Asst. Prof. John Schacke teaches courses on marine mammal biology and conservation and directs the Georgia Dolphin Ecology Program. 

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University of Georgia Participates in STEM Video Showcase

The Society for Freshwater Science’s Emerge program, based at the Odum School, is featured in the 2022 STEM for All Video Showcase.

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Assistant professor asks important environmental questions

Stream ecologist Krista Capps studies the impact of aging water infrastructures, land use changes on freshwater ecosystems.

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Improving Georgia land conservation through algorithms

A team of UGA researchers that includes Seth Wenger has created a model to help identify the land that is best suited for conservation.

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Aquatic ecologist JoAnn Burkholder to deliver 2022 Odum Lecture at UGA

JoAnn Burkholder of NC State University will deliver the 36th Odum Lecture at the UGA Odum School of Ecology on Tue., April 12, 2022 at 4 PM.

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Precision conservation saves time, money–and species

UGA researchers are working with GDOT on a precision conservation project to better protect species while reducing transportation infrastructure costs.

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Researchers explore drivers of algal blooms and host-parasite dynamics in local pond ecosystems

Alex Strauss is studying how algal blooms interact with host-parasite dynamics to influence biodiversity of zooplankton in local ponds.

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Society for Freshwater Science’s Emerge program releases video highlighting participant experiences

New video from the SFS Emerge program, which aims to increase diversity and inclusion in aquatic science, highlights participant experiences.

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