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Warming likely to speed the release of carbon from soils to the atmosphere

Rising temperatures are likely to lead to a major increase in the already substantial amount of carbon released into the atmosphere from soil, according to a pair of new papers just published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences and in Nature. Coauthors include Odum faculty and alumni.

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Ecology major Katherine Russell receives scholarship for study abroad in sustainability

Ecology major Katherine Russll has received a Brittney Fox Watts Memorial Endowment scholarship to study in Freiburg, Germany, as part of the Office of Sustainability’s Study Abroad in Sustainability program.

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ECOLOGY SEMINAR: The Politics and Research Behind Pollution, Climate Change, Disease, and Biodiversity Declines
Jason Rohr, Associate Professor, University of South Florida
Feb. 28, 2017

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Hillary Young, Assistant Professor, Department of Ecology, Evolution, and Marine Biology, University of California, Santa Barbara
Mar. 14, 2017