Developing an accurate way to forecast nitrogen's effects on the climate cycle.
Larger reservoirs do not necessarily lead to increased storage amounts.
Tips to prepare your trees for winter, wet or dry.
Groundwater key to state’s agricultural resilience and vulnerabilities.
An indication that an El Niño event could occur sooner than expected?
Professor Mark Lubell describes weather’s role in building support for water projects.
To conserve water, turn off irrigation sprinklers after rainfall when soil is wet.
Prof. Dan Sumner and alumnus Bill Chandler discuss impact in San Joaquin Valley
Drought will have a multi-year impact on Calif. fruit trees; Ken Schackel, Dept. of Plant Sciences.
Drought could lead to soaring unemployment in Central Valley farming communities.
Our scientists are engaged in wide-ranging efforts to address California’s severe drought. This work is helping the state’s fruit and vegetable farmers stretch limited water supplies, rangeland cattle ranchers in need of management information, and urban dwellers seeking water-saving landscape ideas. Other scientists are monitoring the impact of the critical water shortage on our environment. Here are some examples of what we’re doing to make every drop count.
UC Davis will lead a consortium focused on addressing and preparing for climate change.