Wednesday, July 29, 2020 - 10:47am
Outbreaks of harmful algae have increased in recent years due to warming trends and longer summer seasons. Also called cyanobacterial algal blooms or CyanoHABs, these large-scale ecological disturbances are often caused by increased urbanization, nutrient pollution, poor waste management and…
周一,2020年7月27日 - 下午4时09分
As COVID-19 cases continue to increase, the South faces another hazard in what experts are predicting to be a more active than normal hurricane season. The 乔治亚大学’s Marshall Shepherd shares what we need to know about preparing for the brunt of storm season during a global pandemic:…
周二,2020年7月21日 - 下午1:40
University strengths in plant sciences, 遗传学 and across the life sciences attract world-renown expertise to 校园 that has built the UGA Plant Center into a 研究 powerhouse. This summer, the plant 科学s 社区 welcomed two new leaders, as Jim Leebens-Mack and Wayne Parrott were named…
周三,2020年7月15日 - 下午2:36
An interdisciplinary team of scientists studying thousands of oyster shells along the Georgia coast, some as old as 4,500 years, has published new insights into how Native Americans sustained oyster harvests for thousands of years, observations that may lead to better management practices of oyster…
周四,2020年7月9日 - 上午10:17
How do sunflowers grow in the desert? Wild sunflowers display extensive variation, both between and within species, and scientists have now reported that variation is preserved by blocks of “supergenes” that permit adaptation to different environments. Such evolutionary changes are normally broken…