UGA researcher’s equations give foresters a global competitive edge
Looking out over a stand of tall pine trees, you can use some math equations to calculate the amount of wood you have.
Fulbright program places Warnell professor in heart of rainforest to teach improved agricultural methods
'Shady Streams, Slippery Salamanders’ sends readers on a scientific adventure
A new children’s book, set in the mountains of western North Carolina, connects their love of rambling in the woods with the science behind a healthy ecosystem.
Just a dozen feet away, as Athens mayor Kelly Girtz stood at a microphone to thank county staff and the University of Georgia, a white van rumbled by.
But its presence wasn’t startling. In fact, it was expected, and comforting to the traffic engineers present for the event. It meant the new traffic circle behind Girtz was doing its job.
Open water and an unobstructed views now offer tourism, recreational opportunities
The cranes and earth movers are gone. So is the concrete and rusted rebar.
Now all that’s left is the gentle sound of water lapping the edges of the Middle Oconee River where once it poured over White Dam.
Homeowners in Middle and Morth Georgia are urged to report damage from elm leaf beetles
Elm trees across middle and northern Georgia may see their leaves turning brown and lacy earlier this year, not because of the fall weather, but because of an infestation of beetles.
Forestry 4 room receives an upgrade benefitting students, faculty thanks to donors’ generosity
One of the most popular rooms in the Forestry 4 building got a little more attention recently, when it hosted the donors for whom it’s now named: Wayne and Cindy Allen.
Long and feathery, the sample of blue-green algae called Lyngbya was stuffed into the test tube, more plant than water sample.