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A recent study, authored by professor Paolo D’Odorico and PhD candidate Lorenzo Rosa, shows potentially significant gains from sustainable irrigation expansion.
Researcher Miriam Magaña Lopez and associate professor Seth Holmes examine how raids, detention, and deportation impact public health during the COVID-19 outbreak.
The study, co-authored by associate professor Jonas Meckling, analyzes how shifts in economic thinking have guided climate mitigation policies.
Boettiger is recognized for his contributions to ecology through his research and teaching.
The American Geophysical Union award honors outstanding research and unselfish cooperation.
Researchers in the Rosenblum lab found that the study's main conclusions lack evidence and are unreproducible.
The distinction recognizes Rosa for his research on sustainable agriculture and water resources.
Doctoral student Vera L. Chang receives Fellowship to support her investigative reporting into sexual violence on large farms.
Cooperative Extension Specialist Matteo Garbelotto leads this program aimed at preventing the spread of Sudden Oak Death (SOD).
Gonzalez discussed the effects of climate change on Yosemite National Park.
The award honors exceptional and sustained research accomplishments related to rangelands.
Former dean Gordon Rausser's gift will support the College in its mission to take on key environmental, social, economic, and health challenges.
The study, co-authored by professor Rachel Morello-Frosch, is part of a larger investigation into female firefighters' health.
Lead author and alumna Erin Brandt, working with professor Damian Elias and others, analyzed six species in the Arizona desert.
Michael Polson warns about the dangers of big agribusiness dominating the California cannabis market.
A new paper co-authored by professor Dennis Baldocchi uncovers how wildfire smoke can impact plant productivity.
Professor Jill Banfield was part of a groundbreaking study that blurs the line between living microbes and viruses.
Society and Environment PhD candidate Frances Roberts-Gregory participated in the panel Towards a Feminist Green New Deal.
Hubbard is recognized for her work advancing engineering research and education.
The program, focusing on Land & Water Management or Sustainable Food, can be completed in a single summer.
PhD candidate @JessicaHeiges and a team of researchers from @ucanr, @UCnpi, @UCBerkeleySPH, ESPM, and @SFUnified ha… https://t.co/acf2ncPvyu
RT @UCsierraforest: New paper from Stephens Lab @ESPM_Berkeley: Dead biomass & live tree densities were the most important predictors of fi…
Great to see the ESPM community represented at @Baytobreakers this past weekend! https://t.co/n5l6KjG1ww
RT @berkeleyforests: New paper alert! @berkeleyforests faculty co-authored a study about the 2020 Creek Fire, finding that dead biomass and…