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NASA climate change grant goes to UGA professors
NASA's three-year global climate chance education teaching and research grant is meant to finance courses that will begin in fall 2010 classes. It will provide funds for fall, spring and summer courses and teach students various aspects of climate

NASA Climate Change grant has gone to professors in two schools at the University of Georgia (UGA) and it will allow undergraduate students a combination of classroom and field study to understand the impact of climate change on birds.

NASA’s three-year global climate chance education teaching and research grant is meant to finance courses that will begin in fall 2010 classes. It will provide funds for fall, spring and summer courses and teach students various aspects of climate change.
 
Jeffrey Hepinstall-Cymerman, an assistant professor in Warnell School, Robert Cooper, Michael Conroy and Marshall Shepherd are the investigators on the grant. As part of the grant, students will set up ground sensors at Whitehall Forest located off campus. NASA climate change grant will offer a unique opportunity to students to understand the complexities and challenges involved in predicting responses to climate change, said Hepinstall-Cymerman.

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