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Research by Odum School's Mohan cited by the Washington Post

Aug. 31, 2010



Writer: Beth Gavrilles, bethgav@uga.edu

Contact: Jacqueline Mohan, jmohan@uga.edu


A recent article in the Washington Post about this year's bumper crop of poison ivy cited research by Odum School assistant professor Jacqueline Mohan.  Mohan has found that as levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere increase, so too does the growth rate and virulence of poison ivy.

Read the full article here: Increased carbon in atmosphere may explain bumper crop of poison ivy

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