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ARE Ph.D. Candidate Joakim Weill and ARE Ph.D. Alumnus Matthieu Stigler Contribute to NBER Working Paper "Exposures and Behavioral Responses to Wildfire Smoke"

Nov. 4, 2021

The newly published research focuses on understanding responses to wildfire smoke, a rapidly growing environmental stressor throughout much of the US and internationally. Annual area burned by wildfires in the …

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ARE Distinguished Professor Daniel A. Sumner and ARE Ph.D. Alumna Qianyao Pan Co-authors of New Research Examining “How Compensation Incentives and Heat Exposure Affect Farm Worker Effort.”

Nov. 2, 2021

Farm workers are exposed to high risk of heat-related illness, especially when their jobs require working outside at a fast pace during hot days. Climate change has increased the number …

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ARE Ph.D. Alumnus Matthew MacLachlan and Associate Professor Michael Springborn co-authors of New Science Advances Article “Hidden Patterns of Insect Establishment Risk Revealed From Two Centuries of Alien Species Discoveries.”

Nov. 2, 2021

Over the past two centuries, thousands of non-native insects have hitchhiked to the United States in packing material, on live plants, and in passenger baggage. Scientists with two U.S. Department …

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Annual ARE Faculty-Grad Student Softball Game Held at Community Park

Oct. 25, 2021

The 12th annual Faculty versus Grads softball game was held on Friday, October 8th. The game, which is followed by a barbecue, brings together students, faculty and staff together after …

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ARE Researchers Estimate Proposition 12 Will Cost California Pork Consumers $320 Million

Aug. 20, 2021

The Prop 12 pork panic is overblown, say ARE Distinguished Professors Richard J. Sexton and Daniel A. Sumner, co-authors of a recent op-ed in The Hill...

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Ph.D. student Xiurou Wu Awarded North American Association of Fisheries Economists (NAAFE) Best Student Presentation

June 17, 2021

ARE Ph.D. student Xiurou Wu recently won First Prize in the Best Student Presentation Award competition hosted by the North American Association of Fisheries Economists (NAAFE). The competition is normally …

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ARE Ph.D. Graduates Celebrate Virtual 2021 Graduation Ceremony

June 17, 2021

On Tuesday, June 15th, 2021, ARE celebrated the accomplishments of its 10 new Ph.D graduates with a virtual ceremony. Professor Steve Boucher kicked off the event by welcoming the graduates, …

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Sarah Smith: 2021 ARE Scott McNiven Community Service Award

May 27, 2021

The graduate students in ARE selected Sarah Smith to receive the 2021 Scott McNiven Community Service Award. The award is given each year to the ARE graduate student whose actions—through …

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ARE Launches New Diversity and Inclusion in Research, Education, and Career Training (DIRECT) Program

May 24, 2021

A new ARE program led by associate professor of teaching Kristin Kiesel and associate professor Steve Boucher aims to enhance and expand pathways to the professoriate for historically underrepresented populations. …

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Ph.D. Candidate Emily McGlynn and Co-Authors’ Working Paper Proposing U.S. Reduction of GHG Emissions by 51% by 2030 Cited in New York Times Article

April 23, 2021

The New York Times article examines President Biden’s Earth Day climate pledge to drastically reduce carbon emissions and outlines the steps the U.S. will need to take to reach Biden’s …

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