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Watering the Emerald Triangle: Irrigation sources used by cannabis cultivators in Northern California
by Christopher Dillis, Theodore E. Grantham, Connor McIntee, Bryan McFadin, Kason Grady

July-December 2019
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First known survey of cannabis production practices in California
by Houston Wilson, Hekia Bodwitch, Jennifer Carah, Kent Daane, Christy Getz, Theodore E. Grantham, Van Butsic

July-December 2019
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Perceptions of cannabis among Humboldt County timberland and ranchland owners
by Yana Valachovic, Lenya Quinn-Davidson, Jeffery Stackhouse, Van Butsic

July-December 2019
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Science and law enforcement teaming up to help “critters”
by Lucien Crowder

July-December 2019
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Cannabis farmers or criminals? Enforcement-first approaches fuel disparity and hinder regulation
by Michael Polson*, Margiana Petersen-Rockney*

July-December 2019
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Growers say cannabis legalization excludes small growers, supports illicit markets, undermines local economies
by Hekia Bodwitch, Jennifer Carah, Kent M. Daane, Christy Getz, Theodore E. Grantham, Gordon M. Hickey, Houston Wilson

July-December 2019
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CalCannabis: Regulating a previously unregulated industry
by Lucien Crowder

July-December 2019
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The rapid evolution of UC cannabis research
by Lucien Crowder

July-December 2019
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The California Tree Mortality Data Collection Network — Enhanced communication and collaboration among scientists and stakeholders
by Jodi Axelson, John Battles, Beverly Bulaon, Danny Cluck, Stella Cousins, Lauren Cox, Becky Estes, Chris Fettig, Andrea Hefty, Stacy Hishinuma, Sharon Hood, Devin McMahon, Leif Mortenson, Alexander Koltunov, Elliot Kuskulis, Adrian Poloni, Carlos Ramirez, Christina Restaino, Hugh Safford, Michèle Slaton, Sheri Smith, Carmen Tubbesing, Rebecca Wayman, Derek Young, Susie Kocher

April-June 2019
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Stream flow modeling tools inform environmental water policy in California
by Theodore E. Grantham, Julie K. H. Zimmerman, Jennifer K. Carah, Jeanette K. Howard

January-March 2019
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UC-industry-agency partnerships influence and help implement dairy water quality policy
by Deanne M. Meyer, Betsy M. Karle, Jennifer M. Heguy, David J. Lewis, Jeffery W. Stackhouse, D. Denise Mullinax

January-March 2019
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Three new Phytophthora detection methods, including training dogs to sniff out the pathogen, prove reliable
by Tedmund J. Swiecki, Matt Quinn, Laura Sims, Elizabeth Bernhardt, Lauralea Oliver, Tina Popenuck, Matteo Garbelotto

October-December 2018
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Coordinated response to inadvertent introduction of pathogens to California restoration areas
by Susan J. Frankel, Janice M. Alexander, Diana Benner, Alisa Shor

October-December 2018
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Groundwater sustainability in the San Joaquin Valley: Multiple benefits if agricultural lands are retired and restored strategically
by Rodd Kelsey, Abby Hart, H. Scott Butterfield, Dan Vink

July-September 2018
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Research highlights
by Jim Downing, Lucien Crowder

July-September 2018
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Modeled soil erosion potential is low across California's annual rangelands
by Wilson B. Salls, Royce E. Larsen, David J. Lewis, Leslie M. Roche, Danny J. Eastburn, Allan D. Hollander, Mike Walkinshaw, Stephen R. Kaffka, Kenneth W. Tate, Anthony T. O'Geen

July-September 2018
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Streamflow availability ratings identify surface water sources for groundwater recharge in the Central Valley
by Helen E. Dahlke, Tiffany N. Kocis

July-September 2018
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Wild pigs breach farm fence through harvest time in southern San Joaquin Valley
by Michael D. White, Kayla M. Kauffman, Jesse S. Lewis, Ryan S. Miller

April-June 2018
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How are Western water districts managing groundwater basins?
by Claire Newman, Richard Howitt, Duncan MacEwan

January-March 2018
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Supporting sustainable groundwater management
by Doug Parker, Faith Kearns

January-March 2018
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Research highlights
by Jim Downing, Debbie Thompson

October-December 2017
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Ownership characteristics and crop selection in California cropland
by Luke Macaulay, Van Butsic

October-December 2017
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Building climate change resilience in California through UC Cooperative Extension
by Theodore Grantham, Leslie Roche, Tapan Pathak, Faith Kearns, Susie Kocher

October-December 2017
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Hedgerow benefits align with food production and sustainability goals
by Rachael F. Long, Kelly Garbach, Lora A. Morandin

July-September 2017
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Review of research to inform California's climate scoping plan: Agriculture and working lands
by Ryan Byrnes, Valerie Eviner, Ermias Kebreab, William R. Horwath, Louise Jackson, Bryan M. Jenkins, Stephen Kaffka, Amber Kerr, Josette Lewis, Frank M. Mitloehner, Jeffrey P. Mitchell, Kate M. Scow, Kerri L. Steenwerth, Stephen Wheeler

July-September 2017
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California's working landscapes offer opportunities for economic growth
by Glenda Humiston

April-June 2017
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Research to policy: Enabling oak woodland restoration
by Debbie Thompson

January-March 2017
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Practitioner perspectives on using nonnative plants for revegetation
by Elise Gornish, Elizabeth Brusati, Douglas W. Johnson

October-December 2016
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Laura Snell: Studying the wild horses of northeastern California
by Jim Downing

October-December 2016
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Inconsistent food safety pressures complicate environmental conservation for California produce growers
by Patrick Baur, Laura Driscoll, Sasha Gennet, Daniel Karp

July-September 2016
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A crossroads for strawberries
by Jim Downing

July-September 2016
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Adina Merenlender: Building a new mode of extension for biodiversity conservation
by Jim Downing

April-June 2016
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Management of blue gum eucalyptus in California requires region-specific consideration
by Kristina M. Wolf, Joseph M. DiTomaso

January-March 2016
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Private lands habitat programs benefit California's native birds
by Ryan T. DiGaudio, Kimberly E. Kreitinger, Catherine M. Hickey, Nathaniel E. Seavy, Thomas Gardali

October-December 2015
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Introducing cattle grazing to a noxious weed-dominated rangeland shifts plant communities
by Josh S. Davy, Leslie M. Roche, Alexis V. Robertson, Dennis E. Nay, Kenneth W. Tate

October-December 2015
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Healthy landscapes will help California to mitigate and adapt to climate change
by Ashley Conrad-Saydah

July-September 2015
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Thinning treatments had minimal effect on soil compaction in mixed-conifer plantations
by Robert A. York, Richard K. Keller, Ariel C. Thomson

July-September 2015
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Economic sustainability modeling provides decision support for assessing hybrid poplar-based biofuel development in California
by Varaprasad Bandaru, Nathan C. Parker, Quinn Hart, Mark Jenner, Boon-Ling Yeo, Jordan T. Crawford, Yuanzhe Li, Peter W. Tittmann, Luke Rogers, Stephen R. Kaffka, Bryan M. Jenkins

July-September 2015
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Modeling fuel treatment impacts on fire suppression cost savings: A review
by Matthew P. Thompson, Nathaniel M. Anderson

July-September 2015
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Effects of fuel treatments on California mixed-conifer forests
by Eric M. Winford, Jens T. Stevens, Hugh D. Safford

July-September 2015
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Forest thinning may increase water yield from the Sierra Nevada
by Jim Downing

January-March 2015
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Conifer encroachment study will inform efforts to preserve and restore North Coast oak woodlands
by Jim Downing

January-March 2015
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Cooperative, cross-boundary management facilitates large-scale ecosystem restoration efforts
by Erin Kelly, Jonathan Kusel

January-March 2015
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Unwelcome arrivals
by Jeannette Warnert

October-December 2014
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A look at EIPD Strategic Initiative projects
by Hazel White

October-December 2014
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MAINTAINING LONG-TERM MANAGEMENT: Herbicide-resistant weeds challenge some signature cropping systems
by Bradley D. Hanson, Steven Wright, Lynn M. Sosnoskie, Albert J. Fischer, Marie Jasieniuk, John A. Roncoroni, Kurt J. Hembree, Steve Orloff, Anil Shrestha, Kassim Al-Khatib

October-December 2014
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MAINTAINING LONG-TERM MANAGEMENT: Over 35 years, integrated pest management has reduced pest risks and pesticide use
by Peter B. Goodell, Frank G. Zalom, Joyce F. Strand, Cheryl A. Wilen, Karey Windbiel-Rojas

October-December 2014
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Diagnostics in animal health: How UC helps exclude and minimize impact of livestock pathogens
by John M. Adaska, Edward R. Atwill, Glenn A. Nader

October-December 2014
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UC Cooperative Extension helps Californians use water wisely
by Robin Meadows

July-September 2014
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UCCE's connection to the community continues
by Robin Meadows

January-June 2014
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ANR and Cooperative Extension touch people's lives
by Janet Napolitano

January-June 2014
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California milestones
by Rose Hayden-Smith, Rachel Surls, Marissa Palin Stein

January-June 2014
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Stinkwort is rapidly expanding its range in California
by Rachel Brownsey, Guy B. Kyser, Joseph M. DiTomaso

April-June 2013
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RESEARCH NEWS: California enacts law to strengthen conservation bank program
by Janet White

April-June 2013
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Reforms could boost conservation banking by landowners
by David Bunn, Mark Lubell, Christine K. Johnson

April-June 2013
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4-H boosts youth scientific literacy with ANR water education curriculum
by Martin H. Smith, Katherine E. Heck, Steven M. Worker

October-December 2012
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Available from ANR: Protecting oak woodlands and A Planner's Guide for Oak Woodlands
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July-September 2012
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Income value of private amenities assessed in California oak woodlands
by Jose L. Oviedo, Lynn Huntsinger, Pablo Campos, Alejandro Caparrós

July-September 2012
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UC leads effort to protect California forests from catastrophic fire
by Jeannette Warnert

April-June 2012
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UC land grants: A photo history
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April-June 2012
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Letters
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January-March 2012
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Forest and rangeland owners value land for natural amenities and as financial investment
by Shasta Ferranto, Lynn Huntsinger, Christy Getz, Gary Nakamura, William Stewart, Sabrina Drill, Yana Valachovic, Michael DeLasaux, Maggi Kelly

October-December 2011
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Transgenic rice evaluated for risks to marketability
by Dustin R. Mulvaney, Timothy J. Krupnik, Kaden B. Koffler

July-September 2011
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Blue oak stump sprouting evaluated after firewood harvest in northern Sacramento Valley
by Richard B. Standiford, Douglas McCreary, Sheila Barry, Larry Forero

July-September 2011
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California agritourism operations and their economic potential are growing
by Ellen Rilla, Shermain D. Hardesty, Christy Getz, Holly George

April-June 2011
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Outlook: Budget cuts threaten the Williamson Act, California's longstanding farmland protection program
by Alvin D. Sokolow

July-September 2010
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SFREC research sustains rangeland and oak woodlands
by Arthur L. Craigmill, Kenneth W. Tate

April-June 2010
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Sierra foothills research center celebrates 50 years of rangeland productivity
by Robin Meadows

April-June 2010
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A quarter century of oak woodland research in the Sierra foothills supports oak restoration
by Douglas D. McCreary

April-June 2010
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Research connects soil hydrology and stream water chemistry in California oak woodlands
by Anthony T. O'Geen, Randy A. Dahlgren, Alexandre Swarowsky, Kenneth W. Tate, David J. Lewis, Michael J. Singer

April-June 2010
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California black rails depend on irrigation-fed wetlands in the Sierra Nevada foothills
by Orien M.W. Richmond, Stephanie K. Chen, Benjamin B. Risk, Jerry Tecklin, Steven R. Beissinger

April-June 2010
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Can feedstock production for biofuels be sustainable in California?
by Stephen R. Kaffka

October-December 2009
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Sixty-three years of California Agriculture now online
by Janet White

July-September 2009
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Climate change affects us all
by Barbara Allen-Diaz

April-June 2009
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Testing new dairy cattle for disease can boost herd health, cut costs
by Dale A. Moore, John M. Adaska, Gerald E. Higginbotham, Alejandro R. Castillo, Carol Collar, William M. Sischo

January-March 2009
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Biomass crops can be used for biological disinfestation and remediation of soils and water
by James J. Stapleton, Gary S. Bañuelos

January-March 2009
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Sustained public investment needed for agricultural research
by Ted Batkin, Robert Curtis

January-March 2009
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Research fuels sustainable viticulture revolution
by Robin Meadows

October-December 2008
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Nest boxes can attract wildlife to vineyards
by Janet Byron

October-December 2008
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Agro-environmental partnerships facilitate sustainable wine-grape production and assessment
by Janet C. Broome, Keith Douglass Warner

October-December 2008
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Innovative outreach increases adoption of sustainable winegrowing practices in Lodi region
by Cliff Ohmart

October-December 2008
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Wine grapes go green: The Sustainable Viticulture Story
by Karen Ross, Deborah Golino

October-December 2008
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Pheromone-based pest management can be cost-effective for walnut growers
by Kimberly P. Steinmann, Minghua Zhang, Joseph A. Grant, Carolyn Pickel, Rachael E. Goodhue

July-September 2008
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Focus on the future: Staying relevant in a changing California
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July-September 2008
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Management reduces in irrigated pasture runoff
by A. Kate Knox, Kenneth W. Tate, Randy A. Dahlgren, Edward R. Atwill

October-December 2007
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Juniper removal may not increase overall Klamath River Basin water yields
by Timothy J. Kuhn, Kenneth W. Tate, David Cao, Melvin R. George

October-December 2007
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Lessons from the outbreak — understanding the complexity of foodborne disease
by Jerry Gillespie

April-June 2007
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Report: Delta failure costs could top $40 billion
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April-June 2007
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Pharmaceutical crops have a mixed outlook in California
by Michelle Marvier

April-June 2007
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Native roadside perennial grasses persist a decade after planting in the Sacramento Valley
by Ryan E. O'Dell, Stephen L. Young, Victor P. Claassen

April-June 2007
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Blue oak seedling age influences growth and mortality
by Ralph L. Phillips, Neil K. McDougald, Doug McCreary, Edward R. Atwill

January-March 2007
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Exclosure size affects young blue oak seedling growth
by Ralph L. Phillips, Neil K. McDougald, Edward R. Atwill, Doug UC Davis

January-March 2007
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The Coyote Lure Operative Device revisited: A fresh look at an old idea
by Are R. Berentsen, Robert M. Timm, Robert H. Schmidt

January-March 2007
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Expanded research to target E. coli outbreaks
by Jeannette Warnert

January-March 2007
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Oaks: Research and outreach to prevent woodland loss
by Robin Meadows

January-March 2007
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UC works to monitor, prevent, contain avian flu
by Lynn Narlesky

July-September 2006
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Careful risk assessment needed to evaluate transgenic fish
by Alison L. Van Eenennaam, Paul G. Olin

July-September 2006
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UC's Sagehen reserve is California's newest experimental forest
by Jerry Booth

April-June 2006
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Managed grazing and seedling shelters enhance oak regeneration on rangelands
by Douglas D. McCreary, Melvin R. George

October-December 2005
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Pheromone mating disruption offers selective management options for key pests
by Stephen C. Welter, Carolyn Pickel, Jocelyn Millar, Frances Cave, Robert A. Van Steenwyk, John Dunley

January-March 2005
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Food Quality Protection Act launches search for pest management alternatives
by Robert A. Van Steenwyk

January-March 2005
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Letters: October-December 2004
From our readers

October-December 2004
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UC Berkeley's Beahrs program an oasis for war-weary global environmentalists
by Janet Byron

October-December 2004
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Racing for crabs… Costs and management options evaluated in Dungeness crab fishery
by Christopher M. Dewees, Kristen Sortais, Matthew J. Krachey, Steven C. Hackett, David G. Hankin

October-December 2004
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Conserving California fish … Extension approaches applied to contentious marine-fisheries management issues
by Christopher M. Dewees, Kristen Sortais, William S. Leet

October-December 2004
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Water quality key to state's prosperity
by Barbara Allen-Diaz, William E. Frost

July-September 2004
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Cattle grazing has varying impacts on stream-channel erosion in oak woodlands
by Melvin R. George, Royce E. Larsen, Neil K. McDougald, Kenneth W. Tate, John D. Gerlach, Kenneth O. Fulgham

July-September 2004
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Long-term grazing study in spring-fed wetlands reveals management tradeoffs
by Barbara Allen-Diaz, Randall D. Jackson, James W. Bartolome, Kenneth W. Tate, Lawrence G. Oates

July-September 2004
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Transparency tube provides reliable water-quality measurements
by Randy Dahlgren, Erwin Van Nieuwenhuyse, Gary Litton

July-September 2004
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Aerial application of clopyralid demonstrates little drift potential and low toxicity to toads
by Joseph M. DiTomaso, Jessica R. Miller, Guy B. Kyser, Art W. Hazebrook, Joel Trumbo, David Valcore, Vanelle F. Carrithers

July-September 2004
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Toll-free number aids Spanish-speaking firestorm victims; UC reserve burns
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January-March 2004
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Landscape changes in Nevada County reflect social and ecological transitions
by Peter A. Walker, Sarah J. Marvin, Louise P. Fortmann

October-December 2003
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Aquatic resources critical to California's productivity, quality of life
by Christopher M. Dewees

October-December 2003
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Killer algae under control, for now
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October-December 2003
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Science briefs: October-December 2003
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October-December 2003
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Food web changes documented in Lake Tahoe
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October-December 2003
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Blue oak enhance soil quality in California oak woodlands
by Randy A Dahlgren, William R Horwath, Kenneth W Tate, Trina J Camping

April-June 2003
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Stubble height standards for Sierra Nevada meadows can be difficult to meet
by David F Lile, Kenneth W Tate, Donald L Lancaster, Betsy M Karle

April-June 2003
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Model describes sustainable long-term recycling of saline agricultural drainage water
by David E Birkle, William A Jury, Iddo Kan

January-March 2003
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Sun setting on water quality exemptions
by Jeannette Warnert

September-October 2002
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Insecticide choice for alfalfa may protect water quality
by Rachael Freeman Long, Mary Nett, Daniel H. Putnam, Guomin Shan, Jerry Schmierer, Barbara Reed

September-October 2002
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New realities for irrigated agriculture
by Henry Vaux Jr.

July-August 2002
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Oral exposure to hormones “masculinizes” female finches
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July-August 2002
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Lessons flow from Klamath Basin water crisis
by Janet Byron

July-August 2002
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New wildlife center cleans oiled birds
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March-April 2002
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Long-term studies find benefits, challenges in alternative rice straw management
by Jeffrey A. Bird, Alison J. Eagle, William R. Horwath, Mike W. Hair, Eric E. Zilbert, Chris van Kessel

March-April 2002
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Research on animal-borne parasites and pathogens helps prevent human disease
by Robert S. Lane, John R. Anderson

November-December 2001
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Sheep-killing coyotes a continuing dilemma for ranchers
by Robert M. Timm, Guy E. Connolly

November-December 2001
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UC Research and Extension Centers: Statewide system provides local answers to local needs
by W.R. Gomes

November-December 2001
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Targeting alphas can make coyote control more effective and socially acceptable
by Michael M. Jaeger, Karen M. Blejwas, Benjamin N. Sacks, Jennifer C. C. Neale, Mary M. Conner, Dale R. McCullough

November-December 2001
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Agroforestry is promising for previously cleared hardwood rangelands
by Doug McCreary

November-December 2001
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Plant species provide vital ecosystem functions for sustainable agriculture, rangeland management and restoration
by Valerie T. Eviner, F. Stuart Chapin

November-December 2001
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Hopland celebrates 50 years of rangeland research
by Robin Meadows

November-December 2001
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Watershed research examines rangeland management effects on water quality
by Randy A. Dahlgren, Kenneth W. Tate, David J. Lewis, Edward R. Atwill, John M. Harper, Barbara H. Allen-Diaz

November-December 2001
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Genetically engineered tomato grows in salty water
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September-October 2001
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Science briefs
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July-August 2001
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Reducing fertilizer in sugarbeets can protect water quality
by Stephen R. Kalfka, Don Kirby, Gary R. Peterson

May-June 2001
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Science briefs
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May-June 2001
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Live oak saplings survive prescribed fire and sprout
by William D. Tietje, Justin K. Vreeland, William H. Weitkamp

March-April 2001
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Sudden oak death spurs massive team effort
by W.R. Gomes

January-February 2001
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New pests and diseases: Sudden oak death syndrome fells 3 oak species
by Matteo Garbelotto, Pavel Svihra, David M. Rizzo

January-February 2001
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Integrated strategies offer site-specific control of yellow starthistle
by Joseph M. DiTomaso, Steven F. Enloe, Guy B. Kyser, Steve B. Orloff

November-December 2000
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UC IPM: 20 years of progress
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November-December 2000
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Algal-bacterial treatment facility removes selenium from drainage water
by Nigel W.T. Quinn, Terrance Leighton, Tryg J. Lundquist, F. Bailey Green, Max A. Zárate, William J. Oswald

November-December 2000
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Comprehensive studies are needed: Food security, biodiversity threatened by population growth
by Jerry R. Gillespie

September-October 2000
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Salmonella in sewage effluent raises ecological and food-safety concerns
by Hailu Kinde, Edward R. Atwill

September-October 2000
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Structural adjustment, resources, global economy to challenge California agriculture
by Warren E. Johnston, Harold O. Carter

July-August 2000
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Growth predicted in biologically integrated and organic farming
by Sean L. Swezey, Janet C. Broome

July-August 2000
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Modeling vineyard expansion, potential habitat fragmentation
by Emily Heaton, Adina M. Merenlender

May-June 2000
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How the GIS was used to map and quantify policy impacts
by Colin Brooks, Adina M. Merenlender

May-June 2000
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Broccoli residues can control Verticillium wilt of cauliflower
by Steven T. Koike, Krishna V. Subbarao

May-June 2000
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Wine growers face new complexities
by Jill Goetz

May-June 2000
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Mapping vineyard expansion provides information on agriculture and the environment
by Adina M. Merenlender

May-June 2000
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Is California's future hydraulically sustainable?
by Richard E. Howitt

March-April 2000
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Science Briefs: UC scientists study Pierce's disease, vineyard expansion
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November-December 1999
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Stories of success and struggle: California's small farms
by Jeannette Warnert, Susan McCue

November-December 1999
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Science Briefs
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September-October 1999
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Variation in estrogen sensitivity may mask endocrine disruption
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September-October 1999
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For the birds: Farmers accommodate wildlife
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May-June 1999
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Late season hay harvest provides habitat for marshland birds
by Wade L. Epperson, John M. Eadie, Daniel B. Marcum, E. Lee Fitzhugh, Richard E. Delmas

May-June 1999
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Past forest management promoted root disease in Yosemite Valley
by Garey W. Slaughter, David M. Rizzo

May-June 1999
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Agriculture and the ecosystem: Partners for life
by W.R. Gomes

May-June 1999
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Fighting fire with fire science
by Jill Goetz

May-June 1999
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Ecosystem health subject of landmark gathering
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July-August 1999
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Geographic races may exist among perennial grasses
by Theodore E. Adams, Charles E. Vaughn, Peter B. Sands

March-April 1999
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Growers strive to reduce selenium discharges
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September-October 1998
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Innovative strategies reduce selenium in Grasslands drainage
by Nigel W.T. Quinn, Joseph C. McGahan, Michael L. Delamore

September-October 1998
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Growth reflects society's changing views of animals
by Lynn Narlesky

September-October 1998
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Oak woodlands harbor greatest biodiversity
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November-December 1997
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Vertebrates diverse and abundant in well-structured oak woodland
by William D. Tietje, Justin K. Vreeland

November-December 1997
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Computer model improves real-time management of water quality
by Nigel W.T. Quinn, Leslie F. Grober, Jo-Anne Kipps, Carl W. Chen, Earle Cummings

September-October 1997
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Community programs promote tree care
by Robert Sommer

September-October 1997
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Weed control improves survival of transplanted blue oak
by Theodore E. Adams, Peter B. Sands, William B. McHenry

September-October 1997
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4-H'ers learn leadership skills
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September-October 1997
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Sidebar: Public education to thwart aquatic nuisances
by Jodi L. Cassell

July-August 1997
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Research and reason can minimize foodborne and waterborne illnesses
by Dean O. Cliver, Edward R. Atwill

March-April 1997
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California Agriculture time line
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November-December 1996
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Spring insecticide treatments control adelgids on Douglas fir
by Lucia G. Varela, Richard S. Cowles, Dean R. Donaldson

September-October 1996
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Preemergence herbicides have little effect on vigor of perennial grasses
by W. Thomas Lanini, Rachael F. Long, John Anderson

September-October 1996
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Harvesting forest biomass reduces wildfire fuel
by Gary Nakamura

March-April 1996
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Impact of firewood harvesting on hardwood rangelands varies with region
by Richard B. Standiford, Douglas McCreary, Sheila Barry, Larry Forero, Ron Knight

March-April 1996
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Urban forestry adds $3.8 billion in sales to California economy
by Scott R. Templeton, George Goldman

January-February 1996
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Sidebar: Hot-button issues for Endangered Species Act reauthorization
by Patrick Y. O'Brien

November-December 1995
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What is biological diversity? Why do we care?
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November-December 1995
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Biodiversity indicators in California: Taking nature's temperature
by Michael E. Soulé

November-December 1995
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Sidebar: Setting priorities for conserving endangered species
by Katherine Ralls

November-December 1995
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In California: ‘Agrobiodiversity’ key to agricultural productivity
by Calvin O. Qualset, Patrick E. McGuire, Marilyn L. Warburton

November-December 1995
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Living with the Endangered Species Act: Conflicts, compromises arise at grassroots
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November-December 1995
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Private landowners critical to saving California biodiversity
by Thomas Scott, Richard Standiford, Nanette Pratini

November-December 1995
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Sidebar: Habitat fragmentation: the sum of the pieces is less than the whole
by Tom Scott, Nanette Pratini

November-December 1995
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Conjunctive use of farmland adds value: Winter flooding of ricelands provides waterfowl habitat
by Sylvie M. Brouder, James E. Hill

November-December 1995
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Society responds to contamination: Changes in pest control practices reduce toll on wildlife
by Daniel W. Anderson

November-December 1995
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Sidebar: Unexpected side effects of chemicals acting as hormone mimics
by D. Michael Fry

November-December 1995
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Will the Endangered Species Act become extinct?
by William Robert Irvin

November-December 1995
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The case of Putah Creek: Conflicting values complicate stream protection
by Michael P. Marchetti, Peter B. Moyle

November-December 1995
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Sidebar: A truce in the water wars
by Michael P. Marchetti, Peter B. Moyle

November-December 1995
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Science Briefs
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March-April 1995
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Agricultural, environmental issues need interdisciplinary approach
by Barbara Schneeman

November-December 1993
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Drought takes toll on Central Coast's native oaks
by William Tietje, William Weitkamp, Wayne Jensen, Sergio Garcia

November-December 1993
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Polymers check furrow erosion, help river life
by Hal McCutchan, Phil Osterli, John Letey

September-October 1993
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Crow damage to almonds increasing; no foolproof solution in sight
by Janine Hasey, Terrell P. Salmon

September-October 1993
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Insect pathogen “Bt” controls peach twig borer on fruits and almonds
by William W. Barnett, John P. Edstrom, Richard L. Coviello, Frank P. Zalom

September-October 1993
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Preliminary study on harsh site offers hope for blue oak regeneration
by Richard D. Standiford, Donald L. Appleton

July-August 1993
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Growing a world class institution
by Ann Foley Scheuring

July-August 1993
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California's rice crop: market challenges, resource constraints
by Elmer W. Learn

May-June 1993
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Integrated resource management: new coalitions, familiar clientele
by Kenneth R. Farrell

January-February 1993
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Salt deposits in evaporation ponds: an environmental hazard?
by Kenneth K. Tanji, Colin G. H. Ong, Randy A. Dahlgren, Mitchell J. Herbel

November-December 1992
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In California's municipalities, saving native oaks calls for planning
by Jan M. Whittington, William D. Tietje

March-April 1992
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Ecological research: Long-term studies to gauge effects of invading bees
by Robbin W. Thorp, Gordon W. Frankie, John Barthell, David Gordon, Linda Newstrom, Terry Griswold, Justin Schmidt, Steve Thoenes

January-February 1992
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Imported fire ants: potential risk to California
by Vernard R. Lewis, Laura D. Merrill, Thomas H. Atkinson, Joanne S. Wasbauer

January-February 1992
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Russian wheat aphid: natural enemies, resistant wheat offer potential control
by D. González, Charles G. Summers, Calvin O. Qualset

January-February 1992
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Strategies needed for oak protection: Despite landowner favor, oak groves likely to diminish in size and number
by R. H. Schmidt

November-December 1991
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Pesticides and your food: How safe is “safe”?
by Gary A. Beall, Christine M. Bruhn, Arthur L. Craigmill, Carl K. Winter

July-August 1991
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Water scarcity: The changing California water scene
by Kenneth R. Farrell

May-June 1991
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South Sierra oak regeneration wak in sapling stage
by Richard Standiford, Neil McDougald, Ralph Phillips, Aaron Nelson

March-April 1991
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Grazing helps maintain brush growth on cleared land
by Walter H. Johnson, E. Lee Fitzhugh

September-October 1990
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Agricultural pest control alternatives
by Kenneth R. Farrell

July-August 1990
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The research imperatives: knowledge to reduce the use of broadly toxic pesticides
by Mary Louise Flint

July-August 1990
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Blue oaks withstand drought
by Douglas D. McCreary

March-April 1990
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Wildlife diversity of the central Sierra foothills
by William M. Block, Michael L. Morrison

March-April 1990
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Grafting California native oaks
by William D. Tietje, John H. Foott, Elizabeth L. Labor

March-April 1990
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Sierra Foothill Range Field Station
by Charles A. Raguse, Gary A. Beall, John L. Hull, Douglas McCreary, Charles B. Wilson

March-April 1990
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Environmental chemistry of selenium
by Richard G. Burau

JULY-AUGUST 1985
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Halophytes as a rangeland resource
by David B. Kelley

October 1984
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Converting chaparral to grassland increases soil fertility
by Milton B. Jones, Robert L. Koenigs, Charles E. Vaughn, Alfred H. Murphy

September-October 1983
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Wildlife research
by Reginald H. Barrett, Marshall White, A. Starker Leopold

May 1979
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Wildlands and watershed management
by Robert H. Burgy, Theodore E. Adams

May 1977
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Wildlife research is diverse, productive
by W.M. Longhurst

July 1976
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Urbanization and streamflow in the Berkeley hills
by Joe R. McBride

April 1975
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A 10-year range study shows… brush conversion costs and returns in San Louis Obispo County
by W. H. Weitkamp, F. F. Frank, W. J. Clawson

April 1972
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Seedling germination following fire in a giant sequoia forest
by Bruce M. Kilgore, H. H. Biswell

February 1971
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Controlling submersed weeds in rice
by D. E. Seaman, M. D. Morse, M. D. Miller, W. A. Harvey, L. L. Buschmann, C. M. Wick, B. B. Fischer

November 1968
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Wedgeleaf ceanothus, range brush: Increase studied and control method recommended
by H. H. Biswell, J. F. Street

July 1948
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