Despite record-breaking rainfall in October, the California Drought still persists. Over the past several months, media outlets have asked The Center for Watershed Sciences' researchers to answer questions, provide context, and debunk myths circulating on the current California Drought. Here, we compile a summary of some top features as a resource.
R for Water Resources Data Science (R4WRDS) is a free resource that was recently developed by Rich Pauloo and Ryan Peek. R4WRDS is currently offering intro and intermediate courses in R stats, with case studies that use real world water resources data and models. Take a look at this fantastic resource!
Nature Tells Its Story with Fish Eyes and Ears
Check out the UC Davis UNFOLD podcast to hear Watershed researchers Miranda Bell-Tilcock and Carson Jeffres discuss the Fish Eyes and Ears project! Learn more about the project and associated research article, "Advancing Diet Reconstruction Using Fish Eye Lenses" at: https://watershed.ucdavis.edu/news/2021/01/29/new-research.