College of Natural Resources
ESPM professor Carl Boettiger is part of a $3.2 million project focused on standardizing how scientific data is described.
Research by an ESPM postdoctoral researcher suggests docile raccoons possess a greater ability to learn how to obtain food than their bold counterparts.
Led by ESPM faculty and graduate students, the collaborative effort focused on actionable changes to course material and structure.
Antimicrobial genes in the small, invasive plant species may help improve disease resistance in rice and wheat.
Research by professors in ARE concluded that up to two-thirds of charges on electricity bills amount to a hidden electricity “tax.”
Energy and Resources Group grad student Jenny Rempel led the analysis of water quality data from California’s Kern Valley State Prison and neighboring rural communities.
Rausser College graduate students have formed a new group to foster community for peers that identify as Queer or LGBTQ+
Favorable fire behavior and weather are expected to continue to move the fire away from Blodgett Forest.
The award will support research to develop biofuel and bioproducts from photosynthetic micro-alga.
The four-day event, co-chaired by ESPM Cooperative Extension specialist Bill Tietje, will cover climate change, wildlife ecology, oak restoration, oak pests and diseases, fire ecology, and ranch management and generational transfer.
New forms of international cooperation and technology competition with China are the main drivers of public investment in clean energy innovation, though it remains insufficient to help meet climate goals.
The Mosquito Fire, which is currently burning in Placer and El Dorado counties, crossed into the northern portion of the property early Friday. Blodgett Forest personnel are safe and structure protection remains a focus for fire crews on the ground.
The New York Times recently accompanied Robert York, professor of cooperative extension and co-director of Berkeley Forests, as he guided wildfire researchers from UC Irvine through a prescribed burn at Blodgett Forest.
A study by ESPM researchers shows that the lucrative commercial crop is at high risk of loss from wildfire to do primarily rural growing areas.
The higher estimate indicates that the benefits of reducing carbon dioxide emissions are much greater than had previously been believed.
ESPM graduate student Emma Steigerwald is helping highlight how translation tools are critical to the multilingual future of science.
Rausser College is pleased to introduce six new faculty members who join ESPM, PMB, and ARE this year.
The annual award supports advanced academic research related to natural and environmental resources.
The ESPM professor will be awarded the Society’s highest honor and named a fellow.
Krishna Niyogi and Nina Maryn are collaborators on first-of-its-kind research that used improved photosynthesis to increase yields in food crops for the first time ever.