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political ecology of the body, critical race feminism, feminist science and technology studies, environmental justice
My dissertation explores the theories, practices and embodied implications of chemical regulatory science in terms of the endocrine-disrupting capacities of glyphosate.
Tracking the timing of spring birdsong can provide insights into our changing climate. Professor Steve Beissinger n… https://t.co/dLGp0FEWxM
100 million dead trees in the Sierra Nevada are a massive risk for unpredictable wildfires. Prof Scott Stevens wei… https://t.co/ZQCHJ0gl8B
RT @NatureAtCal: “If our society doesn’t like the outcomes from recent fires and extensive drought-induced tree mortality in Sierra forests…
We are thrilled that @trevorkeenan will be joining our department this semester! https://t.co/EyL5897aM4
RT @Berkeley_Evolab: Past Evolab member Hannah Wood’s research featured in National Geographic #spiders #Madagascar #UCBerkeley #ESPM https…