A project to decode the genome of aspen trees has revealed a new wrinkle in how chromosomes are constructed—and it may have larger evolutionary implications, according to researchers at the University of Georgia.
Using new, high-powered sequencing and assembly technologies, Ran Zhou, a… Read Article
Graduate student Royce Dingley starts each day by sampling a science project.
Better known as a cup of hot coffee, it’s made from beans he roasts at home, using a DIY setup that involves a used bread machine, a heat gun and an infrared thermometer. Too much heat and the beans are burnt;… Read Article
Along with flooding, droughts and pests, farmers must contend with another large, smelly problem: feral hogs.
Every year, Georgia farmers are left with millions of dollars in losses thanks to damage done by these animals. Across the country, according to the USDA, wild pigs… Read Article
Not long after she began her role as marine fisheries chief for Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Coastal Resources Division, Carolyn Belcher faced a big problem.
Specifically, a 70,000-ton problem.
When the cargo ship MV Golden Ray… Read Article
Erin Buchholtz spoke as part of the Warnell Seminar Series.
Community Forestry and Arboriculture
Environment and Education
Geospatial Information Science
Parks, Recreation, and Tourism Management
Policy and Sustainability
Water and Soil Science
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