Ecologists at the University of Georgia are leading a global effort to predict where new infectious diseases are likely to emerge using the tools and perspectives of macroecology to gain insights about ecological patterns and processes across broad scales of time and space.
Atmospherically transported dust from north Africa’s Sahara Desert provides pulses of biologically important nutrients, including iron, to the tropical marine waters of the Caribbean and southeastern U.S. Researchers from UGA have found that Vibrio bacteria respond rapidly to this influx , leading to large blooms of the potentially harmful bacteria in ocean surface water.
WISCI SEXUAL HARASSMENT WORKSHOP
Recognition, Responsibility & Reaction
Sep. 30, 2016
ECOLOGY SEMINAR: Climate change, fluctuating selection and eco-evolutionary dynamics
Carlos Botero, Department of Biology, Washington University
Oct. 4, 2016