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Study identifies the Southeast’s most diverse and imperiled waterways

Scientists from the UGA River Basin Center and Tennessee Aquarium Conservation Institute have published a comprehensive survey of freshwater biodiversity in the southeastern U.S. that can be used to guide future research and conservation efforts.

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Harris wins best student presentation award at joint meeting of Restore America’s Estuaries and The Coastal Society

Odum School of Ecology doctoral student Daniel Harris received the Sea Grant Award for Best Student Presentation at the joint meeting of The Coastal Society and Restore America’s Estuaries held in New Orleans in December.

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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

ECOLOGY SEMINAR: Predicting the effects of Anthropocene defaunation on community structure and function in changing environments
Hillary Young, Assistant Professor, Department of Ecology, Evolution, and Marine Biology, University of California, Santa Barbara
Mar. 14, 2017