School of Forestry research professor Nadine Laporte co-authored research with Center for Ecosystem Science and Society professor Scott Goetz titled “Road expansion and persistence in forests of the Congo Basin,” published in Nature Sustainability. The research has been discussed in multiple media outlets, including NASA Earth Observatory.
Peter Friederici, professor and director of Sustainable Communities, had his article published in The Conservation. “In Paraguay, rural communities facing deforestation see power – and profit – in a beloved drink” discusses an economic and ecological sustainability project being carried out in the country.
Director of the Center of Health Equity Research Nicolette Teufel-Shone was appointed as an editorial board member for the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. The journal is open access and publishes articles that discuss environmental health sciences and public health.
Social and health psychology professor Heidi Wayment, industrial organization psychology professor Ann Huffman, assistant professor of physical therapy and athletic training Monica Lininger and their doctoral candidate from the University of Georgia Patrick Doyle had a study published in the International Journal of Athletic Therapy and Training. The paper has been selected for inclusion in an e-book collection designed to meet the new practical knowledge for the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education.