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Lake sturgeon may spawn in Georgia again

Water ripples of a creek with clay staining.

Research led by Martin Hamel, River Basin Center affiliate and Associate Professor at Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources, indicates that lake sturgeon may be reproducing in Georgia again for the first time in about five decades.

The story, originally written by Kristen Morales for Warnell’s site, has since been reported nationally by the Associated Press.

Read Morales’s story here and the Associated Press coverage here.