Mon, 04/11/2022 - 03:30pm - 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. The experience gave him a taste of two worlds, balancing the needs of the private sector while working in academia.
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Fri, 03/25/2022 - 02:30pm - Among the hundreds of smartphone apps used around the world to identify invasive species, apps developed by the University of Georgia rise to the top. This is according to a recent review of 41 apps published in NeoBiota, which ranked English-language apps available on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store across 35 different features. Among all the apps scored, five developed by the UGA Center for Invasive Species and Ecosystem Health—also known as Bugwood—received the highest marks.
Fri, 02/18/2022 - 04:12pm - A number of public and private partnerships work to keep forests as forests—even if no trees are harvested In Southeast Georgia, the Warnell family’s lands stretch along the Canoochee River, unfolding into thousands of acres of planted and natural pine stands.. But ask Fred Warnell about one of his favorite areas, and he’ll point to a section of sand hills, wire grass and the river bottoms. Is it good for timber? No. But it sure is nice to look at.
Thu, 02/03/2022 - 11:23am - Using cameras and collars, UGA researchers aim to understand wildlife movements, geography Squirrels, birds and opossums have all adapted to living in urban spaces. More recently, so have coyotes. But much is still unknown about how coyotes move throughout urban areas, such as metro Atlanta, as well as their effect on humans and other wildlife. For example, why are these animals reported in some areas of the city but not others?
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