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502 Fong

This interview is with Ching-Yao Fong, Distinguished Professor of Physics Emeritus. He joined UCD Physics Department in 1968 and retired in 2019. His research focused on the design…

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Soil Micronutrients Ch 8 May 10 Lecture

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ECI 140B Lecture November 23, 2020

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Atomic Orbitals.mp4

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CHE002C_10_12_20

Lecture 10/12/20 CHE 002C

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CMSI Nov 2019 - Scientific Advancements and Key Unknowns - Estuary - Jim Morris

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CMSI Nov 2019 - Afternoon Keynote by Katie Suding - Presented by Dylan Chapple

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PICN - Kate Scow - 05/08/2019

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R. David Britt - Ko Professorship in Science Leadership - April 29, 2019

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Miller Symposium-Eranthie Weerapana-03-01-2019

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PICN - PengJi - 01-30-2019

2019-01-30_PICN_Peng-Ji

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Storer Lecture - Paul Falkowski - 10-22-2018

The Origin and Emergence of Global Coupled Biogeochemical Cycles

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Storer Lecture - David Julius - 10-11-2018

Electroreception in Sharks and Skates: Insights into Sensory Adaptation.

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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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HYD151: Environmental Tracers

This 42-minute presentation explains how deliberate and accidental materials released into natural waters can be used to reveal the mechanisms by which water moves around and transfers the materials…

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