Remaining Relevant: The Hubbard Brook Online Book

As ecological trends change with a changing climate, the Hubbard Brook Online Book will continue to reflect the most current understanding of the forest ecosystem whenever it is read.

Fungal friendships

By culturing fungi living within salt marsh plants, Postdoctoral Researcher Dr. Kylea Garces and PhD student Mya Darsan can learn not only what fungi are present, but how they benefit their plant hosts.

The memory of an oyster shell

A recent paper from researchers at the University of Georgia, in collaboration with the Muscogee (Creek) Nation, uses oxygen isotope analysis of mollusk shells found at archaeological sites to show how ancestral Muskogean villages collectively, and sustainably, managed shellfish harvest.