The Berkeley Water Center takes a comprehensive approach to water resources management by looking at current conditions with variable and uncertain supply, increasing demand, and inadequate structural and institutional infrastructure.
The Center for Fire Research and Outreach looks for ways to achieve a sustainable coexistence with wildfire.
The Center for Forestry seeks to improve the productivity and quality of forest resources by enhancing scientific understanding of ecosystem processes, human interactions and silvicultural practices that ensure the sustainability of forest lands.
PGEC scientists conduct research in plant molecular biology including heavy metal tolerance, disease resistance, light perception, ripening, vegetative growth, and reproduction.
CSRD supports and initiates programs in natural resource management and policy that effectively balance concerns for efficiency, environmental conservation, and social equity.
The Dr. Robert C. and Veronica Atkins Center for Weight and Health facilitates interactions among researchers, policy makers, and community-based providers to determine root causes and develop effective interventions for weight and health issues.
The Biological Imaging Facility provides modern biological light microscopy including laser scanning, confocal and deconvolution microscopy, computer image processing and analysis, FISH, and immunolocalization.
The Geospatial Innovation Facility (GIF) supports research and outreach activities that utilize remote sensing, geographical information systems, spatial analysis, landscape ecology, visualization, and global positioning systems technologies.
ICP provides expertise regarding the use of mass spectroscopy and inductively coupled plasma spectroscopy.
Isotope Biogeochemistry provides resources to prepare and analyze the stable isotope composition of diverse materials.
The Oxford Facilities Unit houses the insectary and quarantine facilities which provide insect-rearing and quarantine support for experiments with non-natives and the greenhouses for support of live-plant research.
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