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UC Davis Earth and Planetary Sciences Graduate Program
Following on the previous change in our department name, the graduate program in Geology has now also changed its name to the Earth and Planetary Sciences Graduate Program. From research on ocean acidification to the deep mantle water cycle, from the tectonics of the Caucuses Mountains to the tectonics on Enceladus, from experiments extracting the ages of cooling magma crystals to extracting the origins of complex life from biomarker genetics, this new name better reflects the wide range of research questions pursued by our faculty and graduate students.
UC Davis Earth and Planetary Sciences programs rank high nationally and in the world.
Quacquarelli Symonds, considered one of the most influential international university rankings providers, ranked several UC Davis Earth and Planetary Sciences programs within the top 20 nationwide: earth and marine sciences - 17th, geology - 18th and geophysics tied for 18th. Worldwide, geophysics tied for 29th, earth and marine sciences - 30th, geology - 31st.
Sarah Stewart Connections with Evan Dawson
From Connections, NPR Rochester: Astrophysicist Adam Frank says that science has united us during this very difficult year. Writing for NBCNews.com, Frank argues, 'It is no overstatement to say that science saved our lives and our hope for the future. And it did so by overcoming all the denialists who attack its validity, dismiss its honesty and power, and repeatedly call for its funding to be cut.' The NSF Center for Matter at Atomic Pressures is highlighted in this January 28th Connections podcast episode. Sarah Stewart is a guest, along with Rip Collins (Director of the Center) and Adam Frank.
Bilinski Fellowship at Bodega Marine Lab Hannah Kempf
Hannah Kempf is one of ten recipients of the UC Davis Bilinski fellowship at Bodega Marine Lab for 2020-2021. Bilinski fellowships are awarded to outstanding doctoral students whose selected projects, based at the UC Davis Bodega Marine Laboratory, exhibit innovation, collaboration, and are a key component of the student’s final dissertation. Hannah is interested in how shellfish respond to climate change. At BML, her project will investigate how traditional ecological knowledge can help buffer shellfish against ocean acidification. To do so she will collaborate with Native scholars, and use genomics and shell structure tools.
Tessa Hill Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science
Tessa Hill has been elected a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). The world’s largest general scientific society, the AAAS elevates members to the rank of fellow in recognition of their scientifically or socially distinguished efforts to advance science or its applications. Her AAAS citation reads: for her outstanding contributions to research, teaching and outreach related to processes in the past and present oceans based on geochemistry and paleobiology.
Isabel Montañez and Qing-zhu Yin Class of 2020 AGU Fellows
Isabel Montañez and Qing-Zhu Yin are among the newly minted class of AGU Fellows. The Fellows program was established in 1962 and recognizes AGU members who have made exceptional contributions to Earth and space science through a breakthrough, discovery, or innovation in their field. Fellows act as external experts, capable of advising government agencies and other organizations outside the sciences upon request. AGU has elected fewer than 0.1% of members to join this prestigious group of individuals.
Isabel Montañez Deep Past is Key to Predicting Future Climate, Scientists Say
From UC Davis: An international team of climate scientists, including Professor Isabel Montañez at the UC Davis Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, suggests that researchers using numerical models to predict future climate change should include simulations of past climates in their evaluation and statement of their model performance. The report is published this week in the journal Science.
Tessa Hill Unfold Podcast, Episode 6: Oceans Under a Changing Climate
From UC Davis: Oceans have always done us a favor by absorbing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. But, increasingly, greenhouse gases are warming the ocean and changing its chemistry. All of this is putting marine species and ecosystems at risk, threatening food security and the livelihoods of people along its shores. In this episode of Unfold, we take a deep dive into the ocean to examine the effects of climate change. Dr. Tessa Hill is featured in this episode.
BLM Accessibility Program
The BLM is dedicated to ensuring that everyone has an equitable opportunity to access their public lands by providing access to facilities, programs, services, and activities for people with disabilities. The information below provides details on opportunities, resources, laws, policies, and guidelines.
The America the Beautiful - Access Pass is a free, lifetime pass available to United States citizens or permanent residents that have a permanent disability and may offer free or reduced rates at fee sites on many federal lands. More information can be found in the 'Access Pass' section below.
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Veterans with Disabilities
The BLM commitment to providing accessible recreational opportunities includes those injured while serving in the military.
Most of the work the BLM does with veterans groups is at the local District or Field Office level. The BLM works with non-profit groups, guided outfitters, and veterans organizations in coordinating a number of recreational opportunities and events for veterans and their families. Several events include the annual Veterans Family Fishing Classic at Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and the Palm Beach Veterans Wheelchair Accessible Boat Fishing events in Florida and a whitewater rafting trip on the Colorado River through Westwater Canyon in eastern Utah.
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The BLM works with many organizations that focus on helping disabled individuals and veterans experience the proven benefits of participating in outdoor activities. These groups include:
- Project Healing Waters (Fly Fishing)
- Disabled Sports USA (Warfighter Sports program)
- FishingCommunity.Org (Fisheries for Veterans Project)
- Wilderness Inquiry, Inc. (Inclusive Outdoor Adventures)