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Scientists used crowdsourced data to find out how well Californians are able to stay safe on smoky days.
Associate adjunct professor Patrick Gonzalez joins the Office of Science and Technology Policy.
Recent graduate alum Dave Kurz co-authored a study on shifting Indigenous practices now published in the journal People and Nature.
Researchers at Berkeley and UC Davis explain how infectious plant diseases move in a study out today in Nature Communications.
Researchers at Berkeley and the University of Arizona will focus primarily on bolstering Indigenous participation in STEM education.
In a photo series exhibited on the UC Berkeley Library website, professor Nancy Lee Peluso documents her ethnographic fieldwork.
A new study, co-authored by ESPM and Berkeley Forests researchers, was featured in Berkeley News .
Granted by the Rural Sociological Society, the award supports student research in food and agriculture.
The Society’s Excellence in Instruction Award recognizes outstanding rural-oriented teaching at the graduate or undergraduate level.
Assistant professor Trevor Keenan will lead the FLUXNET coordination project, a global network-of-networks measuring exchanges of CO2 and water between ecosystems and the atmosphere.
A Daily Californian piece features 3 ESPM courses attracting attention: "Remote Sensing of the Environment,” taught by Manuela Girotto, “Thinking with Animals,” taught by Sunaura Taylor, and "Chemistry of Soils," taught by Laura Nielsen Lammers.
An adjunct professor in ESPM, Gonzalez will speak on "Ecological integrity and solutions under anthropogenic climate change" on Tuesday, August 3.
Professor Jill Banfield and her team are studying the microorganisms that live in rice paddy soils, with the aim of understanding how they contribute to greenhouse gas emissions—and how to intervene.
All public and Tribal land management agencies in stewardship of giant sequoias will work together to protect the iconic trees from threats of climate change and catastrophic wildfire.
A new study from the Cannabis Research Center examined where cannabis growers in California are getting water for their crops, highlighting significant gaps in cannabis cultivation policy.
Chang, a doctoral candidate, researches human rights, social transformation, and shifts in power in corporate-controlled food chains.
Beltran, a doctoral student, was honored with awards from both the U.S. Department of Energy and the Ford Foundation.
Professor Paolo D'Odorico was co-author of the study published in Nature Food.
The award acknowledges instructors for excellence in undergraduate teaching and significant contributions to the College’s teaching mission.
Professor Almeida is recognized by the American Phytopathological Society for his research into diseases infecting fruit plants.
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