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California agriculture reaps $937 million to $2.4 billion per year in economic value from wild, free-living bee species that serve the critical function of pollinating crops.
Graduate student Kathryn Fiorella of the Brashares Lab spent the summer of 2011 exploring links between human health and the environment in Western Kenya.
Congratulations to ESPM professors Steve Beissinger, Ron Amundson, and Allen Goldstein, who recently earned notable awards and honors.
T.N. Narasimhan, passed away on Friday morning 29 April 2011 at Stanford University Hospital.
Professor Emeritus of Forestry Harold F. Heady passed away at the age of 95 on April 28, 2011 in La Grande, Ore.
A conversation with community leaders about the experiences of their communities, as they propose and implement novel climate change interventions.
Professor John Richard Parmeter passed away at the age of 83 on October 27 2010 in Oregon.
Professor Vince Resh discusses onchocerciasis, African River Blindness, a disease caused by parasitic black flies in West Africa.
Professor John Harte discusses what environmental science teaches us about the potentially catastrophic consequences of a failure to address the current environmental crisis.
Rachel is a 2008 graduate of University of California at Berkeley with a degree in Conservation and Resources Studies and Forestry.
RT @trevorkeenan: New in Nature today: The three major axes of terrestrial ecosystem function. Fantastic eddy-covariance synthesis by Mirco…
RT @NatureAtCal: Congratulations to @ESPM_Berkeley professor Inez Fung, one of @POTUS Biden's latest appointments to the President’s Counci…
There's still time to join the UC Wildfire Virtual Symposium, happening now! https://t.co/xc9uzaQgDX
RT @BerkeleyBiomet: Functioning of terrestrial ecosystems is governed by three main factors https://t.co/R8Mdiu7QC9 via @physorg_com
New research out by Ben Blonder and his lab on the Colorado quaking aspen! https://t.co/GDnRF2GyGB