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Tags: dendrology

Wed, 08/26/2020 - 11:11am
Doctoral student uses dendrochronology—the study of tree rings—to explore the ancient environment, constructing a 5,177-year chronology of the Georgia coast, the longest in eastern North America: Kat Napora didn’t plan to study trees. The UGA grad student originally worked on shell middens, or ancient trash piles. She’d planned to continue researching them in Ireland, but a tip from a colleague led her to a site much closer to campus—and an…
Fri, 03/30/2018 - 2:49pm
Tuesday Tunes are always FREE performances for our guests, visitors and the community! No tickets or reservations are needed. Until next week, Happy Easter weekend, to all observing the holiday, and best wishes for the joys of springtime from the Franklin College. Image: Azaleas and a dogwood tree bloom beside the Administration Building with Old College in the background on North Campus.

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