Dr. Mary Freeman studies the creatures that live beneath the surface of streams and rivers and investigates how human activities affect them.
Frequent fire is needed to maintain the structure of longleaf pine forests, but may also be removing excess nitrogen from these ecosystems.
Researchers affiliated with the UGA Odum School of Ecology will present their work at the 2019 Ecological Society of America annual meeting.
Ignoring the role of parasites may lead to misinterpretation of organism responses to environmental change.
A new statistical method could help officials predict disease reemergence for preventable childhood infections like measles and pertussis.
The January/February 2019 issue of Discover Magazine featured research by Odum School doctoral candidate Molly Fisher.
Horned passalus beetles infected with a nematode parasite are able to process wood 15% faster than uninfected beetles, according to new research from the Odum School of Ecology.
A new textbook edited by UGA ecologist Jacqueline Mohan provides a comprehensive look at how plants, animals, microbes and their physical environment respond to warming soils.