Month: August 2019

VCU, UR study on spread of gypsy moths amid climate change receives prestigious award

The Royal Entomological Society will recognize a study led by current and former VCU researchers as the best to be published in Physiological Entomology over a two-year period. The study was led by Lily Thompson, a graduate of VCU Biology’s M.S. degree program. Co-authors include: Trevor Faske; graduate of VCU Biology’s M.S. degree program. Dominique […]

VCU News: Structurally complex forests better at carbon sequestration

Associate professor Chris Gough, Ph.D. and post-doctoral fellow Jeff Atkins, Ph.D. were recently featured in a VCU News article about carbon sequestration in forests. Read the full article “Structurally complex forests better at carbon sequestration” by Brian McNeill at VCU News. Chris Gough is an associate professor in VCU Biology, studying forest ecology. Jeff Atkins […]