Climate Change
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  • Aug 29 2022

The UK study seeks to understand how aquatic biodiversity is impacted by climate change. The project was selected for funding by the NSF's "Biodiversity on a Changing Planet" program, marking a major milestone for climate research at UK.

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  • May 4 2022

The 61st annual KGS seminar is expected to draw interest from numerous disciplines including geology, geography, environmental sciences, forestry, public health, computer science and statistics.

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  • Nov 19 2021

Interprofessional student teams representing 12 UK colleges, Lincoln Memorial University and the University of Louisville, competed in the annual Global Health Case Competition.

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  • Sep 9 2021

A new study led by UK researchers reveals just how dramatically climate change has impacted aquatic ecosystems in the Sierra Nevada, and calls for action to protect them.

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  • Aug 25 2021

The University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension-led program will include 15 classes aimed at making its participants stewards of the state’s natural resources.  

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  • Oct 12 2020

"Lake Tanganyika’s fish are a critically important resource for impoverished people from four nations (Tanzania, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Burundi and Zambia) and resilience to environmental change in that region is quite low,” McGlue said.