Monthly Archives: September 2013

Environmental science students rise to storytelling challenge

Trailer for “Stream Macroinvertebrates, A Love Story,” by UC Davis student Kyle Phillips By Sarah Yarnell Every spring for the past 12 years, a class of a dozen or so UC Davis undergraduates ride a river in the American West … Continue reading

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Journey to the bottom of the Rim Fire

Video: Researchers with the UC Davis Center for Watershed Sciences describe their Sept. 20 hike through the apocalyptic terrain left by this summer’s Rim Fire. The U. S. Forest Service granted the researchers limited access on the still-closed and burning … Continue reading

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Major gift endorses UC Davis’ multidisciplinary engagement with California’s water problems

  By Jay Lund Today marks a milestone for successful engagement of university research with California’s water problems. UC Davis Chancellor Linda P.B. Katehi announced a major donation to the Center for Watershed Sciences. The $10 million gift from the … Continue reading

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