Wed, 08/26/2020 - 11:26pm - The first few weeks of a tree seedling’s life can be the most precarious. As it pushes thin new roots into the ground it’s also reaching up with tiny new leaves. Water and energy are precious. Most seedlings never make it past their first month on the ground.
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Wed, 08/26/2020 - 11:19pm - For students who work in the University of Georgia’s Deer Research Laboratory, the concept of face coverings is not new.
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Tue, 08/18/2020 - 05:11pm - In the lower Missouri River, a fish with prehistoric ties has learned to live hard—and, too often, die young. Now, a new study by a University of Georgia professor details the ways pallid sturgeon have adapted to less-than-ideal conditions. Fish that live where their habitat has substantially changed have responded by growing faster and reaching sexual maturity at an earlier age, resulting in a shortened lifespan. Though perhaps not ideal, this typically long-lived fish has found a way to persist while facing extinction due to widespread changes in its river system.
Associated Personnel: Martin Hamel
Mon, 07/20/2020 - 05:05pm - Keeping up with changes in Georgia’s property tax laws is a full-time job, and a new book shows the fruits of these efforts.
Associated Personnel: Yanshu Li
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