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Storer Lecture - Hopi Hoekstra - April 18th, 2019

A tale of tails: genetics, development, and function. Storer Lecture 2019-04-18 4:00PM - 5:30PM

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480 Stanton

This interview is with Maureen Stanton, Distinguished Professor Emerita of Evolution and Ecology and Vice Provost of Academic Affairs Emerita. She was appointed in 1982 and retired in 2017. …

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473 Ronald Cole

Name:Ronald ColeInterviewer: Andy EngilisDate interviewed:Date appointed:1965Date retired: 2000Department: Wildlife, Fish and Conservation BiologyThis interview is with curator emeritus Ronald…

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Daniel W. Anderson

In this conversation , Emeritus Professor Daniel W Anderson of the Department of Wildlife, Fish, and Conservation Biology discusses his career at the University of California at Davis, including…

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HYD151: Wetland Hydrology

This 47-minute presentation presents a case study of how field methods were integrated with data analyses and analytical modeling to work out the various mechanisms by with wind, runoff, and tides…

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HYD151: Use of Hydrology in River Restoration

This 62-minute presentation introduces the hydrological and geomorphological concepts guiding elementary river restoration practices in the late 20th and early 21st century.

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HYD151: Lakes and Estuaries, part 2

This 23-minute presentation explains key conditions and processes in estuaries, and then shows a case study of field-based monitoring of estuarine health.

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HYD151: Lakes and Estuaries, part 1

This 32-minute presentation explains key conditions and processes in lakes, highlights some of the water quality technologies, and shows a unique example of lake conditions at volcanos.

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