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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Charter Lecture exhibits the value of interdisciplinary research

Regents’ Professors John Drake and Claudio Saunt discussed their own research and a project that brought their fields together at the 2022 Charter Lecture.

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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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Russian invasion at Chernobyl puts future research in limbo

Russia’s occupation of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in Ukraine is putting research projects by SREL scientists and others in limbo.

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24 Ecology students present research at 2022 CURO Symposium

21 ecology majors and 3 ecology minors will present their original research at the 2022 UGA CURO Symposium April 4-5 at the Classic Center.

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Monarch butterflies increasingly plagued by parasites, study shows

North American monarch butterflies are increasingly plagued by a debilitating parasite, with major implications for their conservation.

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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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Joro spiders likely to spread beyond Georgia

New research from the Odum School of Ecology suggests that Joro spiders could spread beyond Georgia and colonize the entire U.S. East Coast.

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Into the woods: Class workdays teach students about invasive plants

Ecology students, led by Asst. Prof. Richard Hall, spent two workdays removing invasive plants to restore conditions in Oconee Forest Park.

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UGA Partnerships Yield Tangible Results in Fighting Floodplain Invasive Species

UGA ecology students worked with conservation practitioners at the State Botanical Garden of Georgia to fight floodplain invasive species with native plants.

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