Pete Akers' research examined the connections between the local climate changes and the demographic history of the Maya.
The year long process by the Department of Geography to create a certificate in Urban and Metropolitan Studies will hopefully be finalized in enough time to begin in the Fall 2016 semester, said Steven Holloway, a geography professor.
At the SEDAAG banquet, Pete Akers received the best paper award for a doctoral student for his presentation: Severe Dry Events and Precipitation Seasonality Changes in the American Midwest During the Holocene: Evidence From Multiple Proxies in a Southern Indiana Stalagmite Calibrated with Modern…
University of Georgia professor Marshall Shepherd is the narrator of a new video series released this week by NBC Learn and the National Science Foundation.
More tornadoes will be commonplace by 2080 as a result of a changing climate, according to a new study from UGA geography researchers.
Researchers from the department of geography recently published an unequivocal new study.
The skies were clear and calm above Athens on Monday, but that didnâ€™t stop about two dozen University of Georgia students from learning a bit about tracking hurricanes and tornadoes.
If Matt Hauer has not already grabbed an audienceâ€™s attention during one of his presentations on demographic change in Georgia, he usually gets it with a single line: "Georgia is the new California."
"By impact, drought the worst seen," reads a headline in today's Athens Banner-Herald. In a recently published trade article, one of the paper's authors, UGA geography professor John Knox, said "the smoking gun is pointing at population increases.
Shepherd, who directs the university's Atmospheric Sciences Program, will begin a one-year term as president-elect on Jan. 22 at the annual meeting of the society in New Orleans.