Wed., May 18, 2011 1:29pm
Population growth and development are the main threats to forest land in the South. In a new study, federal forestry officials say Georgia and surrounding states can expect to lose 23 million acres of land over the next five decades—more than 20 percent. But it’s not only urbanization as a reason--weather patterns, bioenergy use and invasive species are also dangers.
Fri., February 19, 2010 3:24pm
Tiger shrimp used to be a threat only in the marketplace. Now, they're a t
Fri., November 13, 2009 1:20pm
A new invasive species is eating another invasive species, but could also p