Shining A Spotlight On Septic
Athens-Clarke County and RBC Researchers take interdisciplinary approach to septic
RBC Ecologist receives NSF CAREER grant
Aquatic ecologist Krista Capps, an assistant professor in the Odum School of Ecology and Savannah River Ecology Laboratory, has been awarded a CAREER grant from the National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development program.
Consortium of Aquatic Science Societies reacts to rollback of protection for the Waters of the United States
AQUATIC SCIENTISTS CRITICIZE REVISED DEFINITION OF WATERS OF THE U.S.
Third Wednesday Symposium: Spring semester
Mark your calendar for this semester’s line up of fantastic speakers!
Mark your calendar: John Spencer 5k!
The OSE Graduate Student Organization is organizing the 4th Annual 5K run/walk to honor John Spencer and to have an opportunity to come together to remember our friend and colleague.
Insects through the ages
RBC graduate student Denzell Cross, and his advisor Dr. Krista Capps, are studying how time and changing environments have affected the aquatic ecosystems that inhabit those streams. Cross will incorporate research from the 1970s conducted in the same locations to examine how insect communities in urban streams have changed.
Katie Hill to present on coastal septic
Mark your calendars for December 18, 2019 from 1 – 5 p.m.!
Dr. Brian Bledsoe to speak at Third Wednesday
On the third Wednesday of each month, the River Basin Center invites a speaker to share their expertise on a topic relating to freshwater research or policy.
Pioneering Georgia’s Environmental Law
A spotlight on policy director Dr. Laurie Fowler
Third Wednesday Symposium Series
Join us for the Fall 2019 Third Wednesday symposium series!