A team of researchers, led by scientists at the University of Chicago and including Odum School Associate Dean Sonia Altizer, has published a study in Nature that reveals unexpected answers to the origins of monarchs and the genetic basis of their best-known traits.
Associate Professor Vanessa Ezenwa was profiled in the "Focus on Faculty" page of the University of Georgia web site.
Read the full profile: Focus on Faculty: Vanessa Ezenwa
ECOLOGY SEMINAR: Dispersal, demographic heterogeneity, and the dynamics of open populations
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CONSERVATION SEMINAR: Coordinating science and politics for conservation of a federally-endangered plant, Canby's Dropwort
Lisa Kruse, Georgia Department of Natural Resources
Oct. 29, 2014