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Introduction to Sustainable Agriculture PLS15

The course explores diverse aspects of agriculture and agricultural sustainability, primarily from various natural science perspectives, although we integrate other perspectives including social, economic, political and ethical as we try to understand some of the diverse factors that influence, and … Continue reading

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Animal Biology 50B

This is one of four core courses in the Animal Biology major. ABI majors are students interested in the research that underlies our understanding of biology, and are required to complete their own practicum research project. Successful research involves many … Continue reading

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Leslie receives funding for BLM desert pollinator study!

We have been awarded a grant from Cooperative Ecosystem Studies Unit (CESU) Network of the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) to “Characterize the Impacts to Desert Pollinators from Utility Scale Renewable Energy Installations.” This $220,000 grant will fund research to determine the type and extent … Continue reading

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Welcome Our research addresses basic questions about bee ecology, evolution and behavior.  It explores the intricacies of pollinator-floral interactions from animal and plant perspectives.  It seeks to understand the persistence of pollinator populations, pollinator and plant communities and pollination in … Continue reading

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Pollination Ecology – Global Change – Sustainability

Welcome Our research addresses basic questions about bee ecology, evolution and behavior.  It explores the intricacies of pollinator-floral interactions from animal and plant perspectives.  It seeks to understand the persistence of pollinator populations, pollinator and plant communities and pollination in … Continue reading

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