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Sara Heisel

Through her research, Sara strives to understand the genetic, physiologic, and anthropogenic threats to Grevy’s zebra conservation in central and northern Kenya.

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Adam Clause

Adam's research focuses on the spatial ecology and conservation biology of alligator lizards in Mexico and California—within the context of social attitudes toward those lizards and their cohabited landscapes.

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Featured Student

Caitlin Mertzlufft

With a background in both geography and public health, Caitlin's research focuses on the spread and distribution of diseases that are transmissible between humans and other species of animals.

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Emily Horton

Emily's research focuses on the socioecological dimensions of fisheries governance - specifically the impacts of seasonal fishing bans in Northeastern Brazil.

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Students share experiences

Watch our promo video to learn more about the Integrative Conservation Ph.D. Program and to hear what students think about the program and what it means to be integrative.

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Upcoming Events

1:25 pm ICON/ECOL 8400 Seminar: “Protect... @ Ecology Auditorium
ICON/ECOL 8400 Seminar: “Protect... @ Ecology Auditorium
Dec 2 @ 1:25 pm – 3:00 pm
Speaker: Dr. Kimberly Andrews, Research Coordinator, Georgia Sea Turtle Center & Education Program Specialist, Savannah River Ecology Lab & Adjunct Professor, Odum School of Ecology, UGA
12:00 pm CICR Eminent Scholar Lecture: Dr... @ UGA Chapel
CICR Eminent Scholar Lecture: Dr... @ UGA Chapel
Dec 3 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
CICR Eminent Scholar Lecture: Dr. F. Stuart Chapin @ UGA Chapel
Please join us for the 2015 CICR Eminent Scholar Lecture by Dr. F. Stuart (Terry) Chapin, III, Professor Emeritus of Ecology, Institute of Arctic Biology, University of Alaska Fairbanks. “Conservation stewardship: Shaping pathways of large-scale change in social-ecological systems” The intersection of climate ... More ›

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