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Peter B. Moyle Elected as American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Fellow

Seven University of California, Davis, faculty members are included in the newest class of fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. The AAAS Council recently voted in 391 fellows in all for 2016, in recognition of their efforts to advance science or its applications.

Call for Abstracts- Reclaiming the Sierra 2017: Headwater Resiliency Conference (Deadline 1/31/17)

The Sierra Fund is inviting researchers from multiple disciplines to submit abstracts to our fourth biennial conference, Reclaiming the Sierra 2017: Headwater Resiliency, May 8-9, 2017 at California State University, Sacramento. The deadline to submit an abstract is January 31, 2017.

"Data Wars: A New Hope" Shadow Puppet Show Video premiered at the Bay Delta Science Conference 2016

Riparian Summit: Confluence to Influence Oct 17-19. 2017 Save the Date!

Preserving and enchancing the multiple functions and services of riparian zones in a Changing Climate

Share science, community values, methods, and techniques for advancing the management, protection, and restoration of riparian areas.

Meet world-class speakers, enjoy science discussions, field activities, and the art/science nexus. Embrace the latest research, lessons learned, and best parctices from CAlifornia and beyond. influence policymakers who recognize the importance of riparian conservation.

San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science, October 2016 (Volume 14, Issue 3) now available

The October 2016 issue of San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science (Volume 14, Issue 3) is now available online. This issue features six articles including a contribution from UC Davis Center for Watershed Sciences director Jay R. Lund.  The table of contents are below and the entire issue can be viewed here: http://escholarship.org/uc/jmie_sfews

Tea & Conversation: The Impact of Climate Change and Human Activities on Coastal China

The Confucius Institute at UC Davis presents A Special Tea & Conversation on Friday, Oct.28, 2016. Hosted by Special Guest: Dr. Yunwei Dong, College of Ocean and Earth Sciences, Xiamen University, China.

Meet Lily Tomkovic - Recipient of ARCS Foundation Scholarship

Lily Tomkovic - Achievement Rewards for College Scientists Foundation Scholarship


PhD program: Civil & Environmental Engineering

Undergrad: Same

Hometown: Healdsburg, CA

Advisor: Fabian Bombardelli

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