The Atlanta Firefly Project uses community science to investigate where urban fireflies thrive and how landscape management affects local populations.
Georgia’s sunshine, trees, agriculture and construction industries could help the state reduce its carbon footprint in half by 2030.
Researchers at the Odum School have developed a new non-destructive method to monitor the heart rate of ants using common lab equipment.
A new study offers clues about how plant populations might respond to climate change and could provide guidance for conservation strategies.
From beavers, which stop up flowing water to create the pools of water they depend upon, to oysters, which filter seawater and stabilize the shoreline to create more habitat, organisms
The Odum School of Ecology held an online convocation to celebrate the awarding of degrees to the class of 2021
New research from UGA identifies rules to help predict how host-parasite relationships will be shaped by global climate change.