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Students are getting first-hand experience with species management and sustainability thanks to a multi-year partnership between paper and packaging supplier DS Smith and the University of Georgia Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources.

Based in Atlanta and managing thousands of… Read Article

By Allison Harris Keepers   New research from researchers at the UGA Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources predicts that as a changing climate brings increasing drought conditions, the at-risk gopher frog population—an important indicator species for biodiversity in the Southeast… Read Article

By Ian Bennett

According to a new study by researchers in the University of Georgia’s Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources, replacing coal in Georgia’s power plants with woody biomass could not only meet Georgia’s power needs, but reduce carbon emissions.… Read Article

A new study by the University of Georgia found Florida panthers are the No. 1 cause of mortality for white-tailed deer in southwest Florida.

The researchers set out to get a better picture of what factors most affect the survival of Florida’s white-tailed deer, the most popular game… Read Article

After a two-year hiatus due to COVID-19 restrictions, members of the University of Georgia’s Forestry Club finally got a chance to test their skills at this year’s Forestry Conclave.   Hosted this year by the University of Tennessee, the event includes a combination of classroom-style… Read Article

When assistant professor Gino D’Angelo launched into his convocation ceremony speech, he was practicing what he was preaching—which was, quite literally, to find your stage.    D’Angelo was one of three guest speakers to impart wisdom upon the 77 students graduating at the spring 2022… Read Article

Sometimes things are fine—until they’re not. A boat capsizes. A bridge collapses. The stock market takes an extreme turn.

These are examples of “catastrophe theory,” a tool in mathematics that can be used to describe a set of variables that combine, at a specific point, to completely… Read Article

Data collected from a decade of sea turtle nests now sheds light on the larger population 

Mary Sheridan and Lauren Connolly are hunched over a tablet computer at 5:30 a.m., willing it to connect to the internet. Unfortunately, their powers are overwhelmed by the winds of the previous night… Read Article

As record numbers of people flock to parks in the wake of the pandemic, those who work there are thinking outside the box to keep them learning, engaged—and coming back.

About a year ago, as the country’s pandemic tolerance was reaching a breaking point. As vaccinations became more widespread,… Read Article

Mike Kane has been wearing a lot of hats over the years. Often, he’s worn them at the same time. 

These dual experiences began early in his career as a graduate student, taking classes at North Carolina State University while working for the school’s Forest Fertilization Cooperative… Read Article

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