GANDHI FOREST ENTOMOLOGY LAB

Community and Population Dynamics of Forest Insects in a Changing World

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Welcome to the Gandhi Forest Entomology Laboratory at the University of Georgia! Our group's mission is to elucidate ecological principles underlying the communities and populations of forest insects in temperate ecosystems. As such, we work on a variety of insect taxa with a focus on terrestrial ecosystems across the country. We conduct both basic and applied research, train the next generation of forest entomologists, and assist foresters and land-owners with insect pest and conservation issues. We are multi-disciplinary, multi-national, and collaborate with many state and federal agencies across the world.

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RECENT NEWS


- We warmly welcome Haley Ritger (Ph.D.) and Christine Fortuin (Ph.D.) to the forest entomology lab.
- Kamal has been selected to be a UGA Writing Fellow for 2016-2017.
- Congratulations to Ashley Schulz for successfully defending her M.S. thesis.
- A paper on the review of pine decline in the Southeast is published recently in Forest Ecology and Management.
- Our Southeast Pine Health Working Group announces a new website.
- Congratulations to Thomas Whitney for winning the UGA Interdisciplinary Innovative Award, and to Ansley Silva for the Elmo Hester Scholarship.


 
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Last Updated: July, 2015