Advances in GIS and remote sensing technologies allow us to recognize the cumulative impacts of small reservoirs throughout the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint River Basin of the Southeastern United States.
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The recent discovery of well-preserved remains of Pleistocene mammal species, including the Columbian mammoth, American mastodon and giant ground sloth, together with extensive plant matter, insects and invertebrates, at an excavation site near Snowmass Village, CO is providing researchers wi
From January-July 2011 I was a research assistant in a small village in Coixtlahuaca, Mixteca Alta, Oaxaca, Mexico.
There's something different about the geography-geology building roof.
With support from the University of Georgia's Research Foundation, Amy Ross, associate professor of geography, is conducting a multi-scalar research project analyzing the prosecution of Guatemalan genocide cases.
Pete Akers' research examined the connections between the local climate changes and the demographic history of the Maya.