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University of Georgia - Griffin Campus


Consortium Member Since 2008

Affiliate Director: Gerald Arkin, Ph.D.
Assistant Dean

Contact Information:
College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences
Redding Building
1109 Experiment St
Griffin GA 30223
garkin@griffin.uga.edu
(770) 228-7263

Website: http://www.caes.uga.edu/campus/griffin/
University of Georgia - Griffin Campus

University information : University of North Georgia (UNG)–is located in Dahlonega. The University of North Georgia offers a variety of strong liberal arts programs with pre-professional, professional, graduate, and doctoral programs. North Georgia offers more than 50 majors to prepare students for almost any career. U.S. News & World Report consistently ranks North Georgia among the top public universities in the South. It offers a variety of degrees, diplomas and certificates.
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GSGC Funded Activities 2014 – 2015



A CO2-Monitoring Network for Climate Literacy

Space Grant funded research at the University of Georgia is used to investigate the scaling up from the atmospheric micro-scale to the regional scale, using a combination of tower flux measurements, amid a heterogeneous vegetated surface, in the Southeast of the US. This study is particularly important anywhere on the earth's surface where the in homogeneities in surface properties must be accounted for in NASA type climate models.
Another GSGSC funded project at UGA continues the development of a suite of climate-literacy labs by extending an array of CO2 monitors in the Atlanta region. The data from the CO2 network will be used to enhance the laboratory modules of the most popular introductory science course at GSU - Introduction to Weather and Climate (Geography 1112).

Feasibility study on the assessment of surface characteristics evaporative and carbon dioxide fluxes

This study supports a student who is researching how to improve and refine the interpretation of measurements of land surface characteristics using a combination of remote sensing and in situ measurements, so as to determine the exchange of water vapor and carbon dioxide at the field scale. Surface flux measurements will be used to ground truth satellite measurements to provide land use history and land cover characteristics at a turf site.