Two species of vulture can coexist because of respective traits

Findings allow scientists to compare genomes across species

Wurzburger studies how forests respond to disturbances like fire, disease and land use change

As both price and demand rises, harvest pressure on ginseng is likely to increase

Ecology students conduct field work at State Botanical Garden of Georgia

Much of his research takes place in Puerto Rico, including work with the NSF LTER in the El Yunque National Forest

By Beth Gavrilles A new population viability model, with an accompanying web app, is helping scientists to better forecast population changes and extinction risk for imperiled species. The method was developed by ecologists at the University of Georgia River Basin Center with support from NASA and the help of federal,...

Georgia Prison Beekeeping program teaches inmates how to care for honeybees

Research published in Ecology and Evolution could guide efforts to find and conserve these as-yet unknown species

Art and ecology converged in the marriage of the Odums, who left an indelible mark on the university community