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Another year has passed, and another wonderful class of students have graduated. We celebrated their accomplishments at the annual School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences Commencement Ceremony and also reconnected with some alumni at an event on the East Coast. 

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July 13, 2016

Supported by grants from the Woods Institute for the Environment, interdisciplinary teams will conduct research on problems ranging from climate change and disease transmissions to harmful chemicals.

Bird. Image credit: Daniel Karp
July 11, 2016

A new study of more than 300 bird species in Costa Rica found that paying attention to current and future regional climate can help decision-makers expand agriculture in ways that minimize harm to, and maybe even benefit, particular at-risk species.

irrigation and oil production in Kern County
June 27, 2016

New research indicates that California’s Central Valley harbors three times more groundwater than previously estimated, but challenges to using it include pumping costs, ground subsidence and possible contamination from fracking and other oil and gas activities.

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