Tue, 05/09/2017 - 03:39pm - Migratory waterfowl around the world travel hundreds to thousands of miles annually, stopping at lakes, ponds and marshes to refuel and breed. Some of these aquatic rest stops may be at sites polluted by remnants of radioactive waste from nuclear production or accidents, exposing the birds to contamination that they take with them. This poses a potential risk to humans if the waterfowl enter the food chain.
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Associated Personnel: Dr. James Beasley
Mon, 04/24/2017 - 02:58pm - Dr. Bynum Boley changed up the typical UGA lesson plan recently, taking a class of Warnell students to Woody's Mountain Bikes in Helen, Georgia, for an in-person look at a natural resources recreation business.
Associated Personnel: Dr. B. Bynum Boley
Fri, 04/14/2017 - 10:46am - Warnell's Dr. Gary Grossman is one of 26 professors from universities and colleges across the United States who have landed spots in the 2017 Faculty Fellowship Summer Institute in Israel. The summer institute is sponsored by the Jewish National Fund and Media Watch International.
Associated Personnel: Dr. Gary Grossman
Fri, 04/14/2017 - 10:00am - Dr. Len Reitsma, Plymouth State College
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