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  • Warnell News » Blog Archive » Tracking Temporal Changes of Moisture Content in SYP Using Time Domain Reflectometery
    and Demonstration Forest Fiber Supply Assessment GIS and Spatial Analysis Lab Hardman Memorial Park Herpetology Lab Oconee Forest Park Pete Phillips Laboratory for Nutrient Cycling Science Tree Health Care Outreach Laboratory Thompson Mills Forest State Arboretum Watson Springs Forest Whitehall Forest Wildlife Damage Laboratory Certifications Organization Annual Reports Five Year Plan Strategic Plan About Athens Directions and Maps Employment Social Media FAQs Tracking Temporal Changes of Moisture Content in SYP Using Time Domain Reflectometery November 19 2012 Bob White Warnell Thesis Defense src http podcaster gcsu edu podcastdata UGA Channel 19369 podcast 855735443 855735443 poster jpg href http podcasting gcsu edu 4DCGI Podcasting UGA Episodes 30404 855735443 mp4 target myself controller false autoplay true scale aspect Running Time 24 35 Fast Download from Podcast server Having trouble seeing the video Download the newest version of the free Quicktime Plugin at http www quicktime com Online video requires a DSL or better connection SUBSCRIBE to this USG Podcast Channel in iTunes We are unable to find iTunes on your computer I have iTunes Download iTunes Tags moisture content pine reflectometery spy tdr Archives November 2012 October 2012 September 2012 August 2012 July 2012 June 2012 May 2012 April 2012 March 2012

    Original URL path: http://www.warnell.uga.edu/news/index.php/2012/11/tracking-temporal-changes-of-moisture-content-in-syp-using-time-domain-reflectometery/ (2012-11-25)
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  • Warnell News » Blog Archive » Yellow crazy ants on a sugar high: Novel mutualisms mediate the community-wide consequences of an ant invasion
    Memorial Timber Farm Cohutta Fisheries Center Cooper Tract Denmark Forest Dorothy Warnell Research Education and Demonstration Forest Fiber Supply Assessment GIS and Spatial Analysis Lab Hardman Memorial Park Herpetology Lab Oconee Forest Park Pete Phillips Laboratory for Nutrient Cycling Science Tree Health Care Outreach Laboratory Thompson Mills Forest State Arboretum Watson Springs Forest Whitehall Forest Wildlife Damage Laboratory Certifications Organization Annual Reports Five Year Plan Strategic Plan About Athens Directions and Maps Employment Social Media FAQs Yellow crazy ants on a sugar high Novel mutualisms mediate the community wide consequences of an ant invasion November 15 2012 Dr Amy Savage NC State University Running Time 45 08 Fast Download from Podcast server Having trouble seeing the video Download the newest version of the free Quicktime Plugin at http www quicktime com Online video requires a DSL or better connection SUBSCRIBE to this USG Podcast Channel in iTunes We are unable to find iTunes on your computer I have iTunes Download iTunes Tags ants ecosystem forest mutualism tropical Archives November 2012 October 2012 September 2012 August 2012 July 2012 June 2012 May 2012 April 2012 March 2012 February 2012 January 2012 December 2011 November 2011 October 2011 September 2011 August 2011

    Original URL path: http://www.warnell.uga.edu/news/index.php/2012/11/yellow-crazy-ants-on-a-sugar-high-novel-mutualisms-mediate-the-community-wide-consequences-of-an-ant-invasion/ (2012-11-25)
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  • Warnell News » Blog Archive » Izlar wins prestigious national SAF award
    agency s mission of providing national leadership in education research and service to the forest industry private landowners and the state He frequently travels internationally to speak about issues such as natural resource management policy timberland investments and competitive business practices in the global marketplace He also organizes international conferences on pioneering academic research and sound financial methods that educate those in the forestry industry investors and landowners throughout the world I am very blessed to have been honored by the SAF for doing what I enjoy Izlar said It makes me very proud to be a Georgia Bulldog with such wonderful support from my family colleagues students and friends Bob Izlar center stands with several Warnell students after accepting the SAF award on Oct 25 2012 in Spokane Wash Izlar has spent more than 40 years in the field of forestry and has been professionally involved with more than 20 forestry and natural resources organizations His policy work and extension activities with family forest landowners particularly in regard to taxation and compensation for ecological services has led to Georgia s adoption of conservation use valuation assessments for forest landowners resulting in reduced taxation on private lands shown to benefit water quality and wildlife In addition to his work in the United States Izlar has traveled extensively to speak on matters of forest policy throughout the United States and in 37 countries in Europe Central America South America Asia and the South Pacific He has worked with the Croatian Forest Service on market development of its forest resources and served two tours with the NATO Partnership for Peace Program in the Republic of Georgia leading an effort to inventory forest resources and enhance their management Since 1980 he has worked with forest landowners in Sweden and Finland on economic supply

    Original URL path: http://www.warnell.uga.edu/news/index.php/2012/11/izlar-wins-prestigious-national-saf-award/ (2012-11-25)
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  • Warnell News » Blog Archive » Evaluation of a Constructed Wetland for the Removal of Copper and Zinc from Surface Waters – Biogeochemistry and Bioavailability
    Spatial Analysis Lab Hardman Memorial Park Herpetology Lab Oconee Forest Park Pete Phillips Laboratory for Nutrient Cycling Science Tree Health Care Outreach Laboratory Thompson Mills Forest State Arboretum Watson Springs Forest Whitehall Forest Wildlife Damage Laboratory Certifications Organization Annual Reports Five Year Plan Strategic Plan About Athens Directions and Maps Employment Social Media FAQs Evaluation of a Constructed Wetland for the Removal of Copper and Zinc from Surface Waters Biogeochemistry and Bioavailability November 9 2012 Dr Gary Mills Research Scientist at the Savannah River Ecology Laboratory src http podcaster gcsu edu podcastdata UGA Channel 19369 podcast 16914998 16914998 poster jpg href http podcasting gcsu edu 4DCGI Podcasting UGA Episodes 1801 16914998 mp4 target myself controller false autoplay true scale aspect Running Time 1 00 05 Fast Download from Podcast server Having trouble seeing the video Download the newest version of the free Quicktime Plugin at http www quicktime com Online video requires a DSL or better connection SUBSCRIBE to this USG Podcast Channel in iTunes We are unable to find iTunes on your computer I have iTunes Download iTunes Tags bioavailability biogeochemistry ecology metals mills srel water wetland Archives November 2012 October 2012 September 2012 August 2012 July 2012 June

    Original URL path: http://www.warnell.uga.edu/news/index.php/2012/11/evaluation-of-a-constructed-wetland-for-the-removal-of-copper-and-zinc-from-surface-waters-biogeochemistry-and-bioavailability/ (2012-11-25)
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  • Warnell News » Blog Archive » A Homecoming Success
    6 2012 The Warnell School had a fantastic Homecoming weekend last week Not only did the Dawgs trounce the Rebels but we raised several thousand dollars at the Reid Parker Memorial Golf Tournament to support school programs We also welcomed back dozens of alumni who joined us for the golf tournament skeet shooting and annual Homecoming dinner where we also recognized alumni and staff members with awards Robert Farris director of the Georgia Forestry Commission was named Warnell s Distinguished Alumnus Farris BSFR 85 became director of the state agency in 2008 and he oversees the commission s leadership service and education of Georgia s forest resources As leader of the GFC Farris really promotes the Georgia forest industry We can t thank you enough for all you do for us Dean Mike Clutter said Jesse Johnson BSFR 00 won the Distinguished Young Alumnus Award Johnson who works for Southern Land Exchange is heavily involved in Warnell s Young Alumni Committee and mentors students Clutter said Jesse shows an unbelievable amount of support for this school Clutter said Clutter also recognized the three staff award winners Jennifer Culbertson Sara Baldwin and Sean Baker These three folks do a great job for us here at Warnell and we thank them for their contributions he said Also recognized at the Homecoming dinner were three alumni who were inducted into the Georgia Foresters Hall of Fame this year Earl Barrs Bill Miller and Andy Stone These three Clutter said have shown tireless support of the Warnell School and of forestry Dean Clutter also officially announced the first recipient of the Reid Parker Professorship endowed by the UGA Athletic Association and the Warnell School Dr Dale Greene The professorship was named in honor of the late professor who was an enthusiastic supporter of both

    Original URL path: http://www.warnell.uga.edu/news/index.php/2012/11/a-homecoming-success/ (2012-11-25)
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  • Warnell News » Blog Archive » African Pastoralism in Transition: Linked social and ecological dimensions of sustainability
    Assessment GIS and Spatial Analysis Lab Hardman Memorial Park Herpetology Lab Oconee Forest Park Pete Phillips Laboratory for Nutrient Cycling Science Tree Health Care Outreach Laboratory Thompson Mills Forest State Arboretum Watson Springs Forest Whitehall Forest Wildlife Damage Laboratory Certifications Organization Annual Reports Five Year Plan Strategic Plan About Athens Directions and Maps Employment Social Media FAQs African Pastoralism in Transition Linked social and ecological dimensions of sustainability November 2 2012 Dr Elizabeth King Odum School of Ecology Warnell School of Forestry Natural Resources Dr King s website src http podcaster gcsu edu podcastdata UGA Channel 19369 podcast 47234643 47234643 poster jpg href http podcasting gcsu edu 4DCGI Podcasting UGA Episodes 32609 47234643 mp4 target myself controller false autoplay true scale aspect Running Time 50 58 Fast Download from Podcast server Having trouble seeing the video Download the newest version of the free Quicktime Plugin at http www quicktime com Online video requires a DSL or better connection SUBSCRIBE to this USG Podcast Channel in iTunes We are unable to find iTunes on your computer I have iTunes Download iTunes Tags africa ecology social sustainability Archives November 2012 October 2012 September 2012 August 2012 July 2012 June 2012 May 2012

    Original URL path: http://www.warnell.uga.edu/news/index.php/2012/11/african-pastoralism-in-transition-linked-social-and-ecological-dimensions-of-sustainability/ (2012-11-25)
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  • Warnell News » Blog Archive » A ‘Plum’ Good Game
    A Plum Good Game Fall is a good time for football and a great time for golf Plum Creek has already hosted its fourth annual charity golf tournament raising a significant amount of money that will benefit Warnell programs and tomorrow our own annual golf tournament kicks off with a shotgun start at 8 30 a m The two golf tournaments bring in considerable contributions that help financially support student and faculty services including scholarships Plum Creek is one of the Warnell School s most enthusiastic supporters The company s fourth annual golf tournament was held on Sept 28 at The Georgia Club just outside of Athens and in its first three years has raised more than 300 000 for Warnell This year s numbers are still being calculated but Development Director Lauren Bush says it is sure to be a wonderful windfall that will help support Warnell in trying economic times When money is tight we understand when individuals may have to curtail donations to their alma mater Bush said But with state funding dwindling Plum Creek s generous charity golf tournament really makes a difference in our ability to continue to fund the educational and research programs that have helped define Warnell as the premiere forestry and natural resources college in the south But the golfing continues tomorrow with the Parker Memorial Alumni Golf Tournament Traditionally held at the UGA Golf Course the Friday before Homecoming the Warnell Young Alumni Committee serves as the tournament hosts and all funds raised will be used to further the education and leadership mission of the school The Parker Memorial Alumni Golf Tournament is named after beloved professor alumnus and lifelong friend of Warnell J Reid Parker Dr Parker passed away a couple of years ago leaving behind a legacy of support

    Original URL path: http://www.warnell.uga.edu/news/index.php/2012/11/a-plum-good-game/ (2012-11-25)
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  • Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources FAQ
    May 2008 Views 2866 Can I apply to Grad School if I haven t taken the GRE 13 Mar 2008 Views 2792 I know I m using the right password why can t I log onto my computer email contacts administration Not rated 11 Dec 2008 Views 2690 I am thinking of coming to Warnell who do I contact for more information 13 Mar 2008 Views 2658 How do I make a personal web site using my free server space at UGA Not rated 03 Sep 2008 Views 2568 How do I get a job opportunity posted on the web site Not rated 19 Mar 2012 Views 2518 How do I apply for a Warnell Scholarship Not rated 05 Jun 2008 Views 2468 Recent articles How does Twitter work and what are Tweets Not rated 27 Apr 2009 Views 2015 How do I make my computer network email passwords the same Not rated 23 Feb 2009 Views 2285 I know I m using the right password why can t I log onto my computer email contacts administration Not rated 11 Dec 2008 Views 2690 How do I reset my password Not rated 11 Dec 2008 Views 3715 How do I

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