University of Georgia ecologist Jim Porter has received funding to create an artificial intelligence tool expected to greatly improve mapping of coral reefs and lead to significant advancements in underwater 3D measurements—information that will aid efforts to help these reefs survive.
New research led by the Odum School of Ecology’s Nina Wurzburger sheds light, for the first time, on how land-use disturbance and nutrient conditions play a role in the decline of oak forests. The most promising strategy to address this decline is reduced cutting.
Conservation, freshwater ecosystems, tropical ecology: Pringle’s contributions to the Odum School of Ecology
Catherine Pringle’s path to freshwater ecosystem ecology was a sure one. “From childhood, I’ve been fascinated by nature, spending hours poking around in streams and creeks as a kid,” she
A recent study by Ecology’s Krista Capps shows that younger septic systems—those between two and 10 years old—often exhibited hydraulic issues similar to much older systems.
The Georgia Natural History Museum is a hidden wonder on the University of Georgia’s campus. While driving on East Campus Road, you may have spotted the signature great white shark replica adorning
Mark Hunter has been named the next dean of the Odum School of Ecology at the University of Georgia.
Krista Capps, associate professor in the Odum School of Ecology, was recognized with a Russell Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching, the University of Georgia’s highest early career teaching honor for outstanding and innovative instruction.
Odum School of Ecology researcher Andy Davis found that Joro spider webs are strong enough to hold birds—a scientific first.