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  • UCCE researcher studies urban coyotes

    Added December 2, 2019
    UC Cooperative Extension human-wildlife interaction advisor Niamh Quinn is conducting research to help Southern California communities manage the growing coyote population.

    Some people believe shouting, waving arms and flashing lights will keep coyotes at bay, but UC Cooperative Extenison wildlife-human interaction advisor Niamh Quinn isn't so sure, reported Louis Sahagun in the Los Angeles Times. Like any...

  • ANR in the news November 16-30

    Added November 30, 2019

    OPINION: Environmental education for kids: It's only natural (Chico E-R) Laura Lukes, Nov. 29 If you have school-age children, you may have noticed that something new is infusing science education in California classrooms. ...All of these new...

  • ANR in the news November 1-15

    Added November 30, 2019

    Are Blackouts Here to Stay? A Look into the Future (E&E News) Anne C. Mulkern, Nov. 15 …Throughout the United States, between roughly 2000 and 2010, about 75% of homes that burned in wildfires were located in the WUI, said Van Butsic, a...

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End of academic review period sparks conversations about streamlining paperwork
We are now just one week from of the end of the current review period for UC ANR academics. I know many of you have confirmed your intended salary advancement action for the review period. Whether you intend to seek a salary advancement action or prepare...

Dave Krause to leave UC ANR in October
It is with mixed emotions that I announce Dave Krause's departure from the Division October 11.  After nearly 14 years with UCANR, Dave has accepted a new role with Driscoll's Berries to help improve the technology in their research environment....

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