A Project Profile with Professor Alfie Vick
FLINT RIVERQUARIUM PROJECT STUDIES JUVENILE MUSSELS AND THEIR HOST FISH
The River Basin Center connects freshwater science to management and policy. Although affiliated with the Odum School of Ecology, it is known for an interdisciplinary approach; its members are drawn from units across the University of Georgia.
River Basin Center faculty, staff and students work on aquatic management issues around the globe, but the center maintains an emphasis on the southeastern US.
Our goal is the sustainable management of aquatic resources and ecosystems.
Our mission is to produce and disseminate the knowledge and tools for sustainable management of aquatic resources and ecosystems through applied scientific and policy research, and by training the next generation of managers and researchers.
Areas of Research
The River Basin Center works in three broad areas: (a) Conservation ecology of aquatic ecosystems; (b) Applied research on aquatic system stressors and development of appropriate management tools; (c) Policy development and outreach.
Due to Covid, please contact Lainie Pomerleau at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions instead of calling the front desk.
Contact Wendy Paulsen (email@example.com) to reserve our conference room for meetings: https://rivercenter.uga.edu/water-resources/reserve-meeting-space-at-the-rbc/
Front desk: 706-583-0463
203 D. W. Brooks Drive, Athens, GA 30602
However, RBC members have offices across the University of Georgia campus.