Scientists have long known that providing supplemental food for wildlife, or resource provisioning, can sometimes cause more harm than good. UGA ecologists Daniel Becker and Richard Hall have developed a new mathematical model to tease apart the processes that help explain why.
John L. Gittleman, dean of the University of Georgia Odum School of Ecology and UGA Foundation Professor in Ecology, is the co-editor of a new textbook, “Foundations of Macroecology,” published by the University of Chicago Press as part of its Foundations series.
ECOLOGY SEMINAR: Community Structure and Ecological Specialization in Plant-Ant Interactions
Paola Barriga, Visiting Postdoctoral Fellow, Odum School of Ecology, UGA
Nov. 4, 2014
CONSERVATION SEMINAR: Forest mosaics, governance, and REDD (reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation): Carbon complexities
Julie Velasquez Runk, Department of Anthropology, UGA
Nov. 5, 2014