Natural Resources Research & Management
This issue focuses on some of our water-related research and outreach efforts. We also include a feature on our decades-long red-cockaded woodpecker restoration work.
Watch the Webisode: Exploring Longleaf Pine Resilience at The Jones Center
This field site occupies roughly 3500 acres in the southwest corner of Ichauway and supports a 6-level instrument tower…
In addition to research, Center staff have helped lead conservation efforts for the gopher tortoise, including hosting workshops with the Gopher Tortoise Council and publishing a…
Congrats to Chambers English who was selected for a Georgia Environmental Conference Scholarship for his poster presentation on economics of longleaf pine restoration.
During breeding season, we found that shoal bass moved long distances to certain preferred shoals (50+ miles in some cases). Once breeding was…
A new project is evaluating the use of silvicultural treatments for releasing longleaf pine saplings…
A new study published in Forest Ecology and Management sheds light on ecological approaches to forestry in longleaf pine.
Freshwater mussel video produced in collaboration with the Flint Riverkeeper
This time of the year is full of activity at the Center, especially for our graduate students…
Jones Center scientists are launching a new study aiming to inform restoration of longleaf pine at the scale of entire watersheds.
The Jones Center is working with UGA to study the effectiveness of wild pig control methods and to quantify benefits of wild pig control on…
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