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Into thinner air: How pikas live on the roof of the world and implications for their persistence

Recorded: April 17, 2019

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High Impact Experiences on the Other Side of the Planet

Lee Altier, Emily Katsuta, Jake Keithley, Kamron Moayedi, Briana Kohler CSU Chico Students Have you ever considered studying abroad? These four students spent five life-changing weeks in Nepal, and…

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Water Origins

Becky Holden Assistant Director Butte Environmental Council Every day, we turn on a tap and water comes out. As we do this, we might want to ask some basic questions, such as “Where does…

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How Can Doppler Lidars Measure Turbulence in the Lowest Part of the Atmosphere

Dr. Jakob Mann Faculty, Technical University of Denmark Dr. Mann, a respected global authority on atmospheric physics, discusses his work developing a model to measure wind turbulence. He uses…

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Next Generation Sequencing for Solving Biological Problems

Dr. Elena Harris Department of Computer Science, CSU, Chico Dr. Harris discusses the increasing collaboration of the fields of computer science and biology to unlock the genetic mysteries ofDNA.…

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AquAlliance: Defending Northern California Waters

Jim Brobeck Water-Policy Analyst, AquAlliance Jim Brobeck from AquAlliance explains why it is inefficient to use Northern California water to grow orchard crops in the San Joaquin Valley. He…

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Above and Beyond: The Eighth Field Season at Betty’s Hope Plantation, Antigua, West Indies

Dr. Georgia Fox Faculty, CSU, Chico Anthropology Department For eight summers, Dr. Georgia Fox has accompanied her CSU, Chico anthropology students to the West Indies island of Antigua to…

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