Land Use: Old Class, New Format Our university is embedded in our local community; our students come here from local communities; our graduates return to these communities. Understanding the relationships between communities, their people, lands, and laws is a critical component in the ESRM portfolio. In light of our local students and local focus, we[…]
The following is a written testimony from Andrew Darmand an Environmental Science and Resources Management graduate from CSU Channel Islands. Over this past summer, I did an internship at, and this is still a shock to me, an oil company. If you’ve heard of the EPA and what was the main component for starting it, then[…]
Live, learn, and teach in the mountains! Looking for a rewarding Masters program or to add to your current MS or PhD program? Do you want to combine ecology, science communication, and a field-based teaching experience? The University of Idaho’s award-winning* McCall Outdoor Science School (MOSS) is accepting applications for next year’s graduate student class. […]
Birds ready to mate at Ormond Beach The signs are there, in small markings in the sand called scrapes. Mating season is beginning for the western snowy plover. Check out this story on vcstar.com: http://www.vcstar.com/story/news/special-reports/outdoors/2017/03/14/snowy-plovers-getting-ready-mate-ormond-beach/99146590/
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Owens Valley- A technician’s point of view This past weekend I went to Owens Valley with our Water Resource Management (ESRM 463) class led by Dr. O’Hirok. When I was an undergrad at CI, I wasn’t fortunate enough to take this class…and oh boy did I miss out! This trip was thought provoking, eye-opening, and[…]
Devyn is a graduating senior here at CI and is more than halfway done with her Senior Capstone! Check out her blog! Here is a little background information on Devyn! I grew up in the Antelope Valley area where I spent my first two years of college. After transferring to Cal State Channel Islands, I came[…]