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10.27.10 — Low elevations hold climate surprises
Contrary to expectations, climate change has had a significant effect on mountain plants at low elevations, says a new study led by a UC Davis researcher.
UC Davis is becoming part of a new Southwest Climate Science Center, established to address current and future effects of climate change.
10.21.10 — Edible garden planted on UC Davis campus
The California Aggie reports on a fruit orchard planted with ASUCD funds.
UC Davis is participating in a national competition to reduce waste at campus stadiums.
How campus dollars are spent to meet sustainability goals will be the focus of the 2010 Campus Sustainability Vendor Fair.
Warmer oceans promote invasive animals and threaten natives, say UC Davis marine biologists who report striking new evidence from Bodega Bay.
On farms and rangelands, the stream areas with the greatest variety of plants and organisms have the healthiest soil and least pollution potential, according to a new UC Davis study.
10.12.10 — How to save energy at home
Tips to help you maximize your energy efficiency at home to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Oct. 16 is the Arboretum fall sale, with Arboretum All-Stars and other native plants available to purchase and plant at home.
A newly completed complex at UC Davis is set to begin operations as the most environmentally sophisticated complex of its kind in the world.
A day of service on Oct. 9 followed by a community festival on Oct. 10 will focus on climate change and what Davis community members can do about it.