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Lecture by Sarah Vaughn, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, UC Berkeley
The focus of the Raizada Lab is to develop low cost technologies that empower farmers in North America, Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia, focusing on technologies that reduce the need for synthetic nitrogen fertilizers and pesticides to grow...
This series challenges the notion that science and politics should not mix.
Ceren Baysan hosts this Student Job Talk as part of the ARE Dept. Friday Seminar Series
This talk will focus on the history of water insecurity in the farm worker communities of western Fresno County and the exploitative practices of growers and their allies during drought conditions.
Most vascular flowering plants are able to form symbiotic associations with arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) fungi.
Berk Özler-The World Bank-Senior Economist is coming to speak at the ARE Dept. Friday Seminar Series
RIHN/UCB International Workshop
Rick Perry’s proposed coal subsidies wouldn't pass Econ 101, according to profs. Fowlie and @auffhammer - https://t.co/j4L5nFbHPe
#Wildfire expert Prof. Scott Stephens discusses the factors that led to this year's massive norcal fires in @latimes https://t.co/YnrEOCw6tg
“When you’re told to evacuate—go.” - Dean Keith Gilless on evacuation and #wildfire safety. https://t.co/Nkv0UHe6Tl
How to reduce #wildfire losses in CA? Prof. Scott Stephens outlines what may and may not work in @sfchronicle op-ed https://t.co/1LbfOzhmyl
Van Butsic speaks with @WaterDeeply about the headwater forestry management report he co-authored in @PPICnotes - https://t.co/1riYebF7U7