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Experts on huanglongbing/citrus greening

For fast access to experts, TEXT or call the 24-hour-experts hotline at 951-312-3049, or email news@ucr.edu Huanglongbing/citrus greening Jim Adaskaveg: Professor of plant pathology. Disease of tree crops grown in California; biology; epidemiology; ecology of plant pathogenic fungi; mycology; ultra-structure of host-pathogen relationships; biology of wood decay fungi; biological and...
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Experts on trade

For fast access to experts, TEXT or call the 24-hour-experts hotline at 951-312-3049, or email news@ucr.edu Trade Jana Grittersova: Associate professor of political science. Sources of government reputation in international markets, international banking, the effects of interest groups on the credibility of international monetary and financial commitments, the role of...
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Experts on the environment and climate change

For fast access to experts, TEXT or call the 24-hour-experts hotline at 951-312-3049, or email news@ucr.edu The environment and climate change Robert J. Allen: Associate professor of Earth sciences. Climate change modeling and the impact on precipitation. F forecasting precipitation levels in California during the next century. I’ll keep you...
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Experts on black culture, black diaspora

For fast access to experts, TEXT or call the 24-hour-experts hotline at 951-312-3049, or email news@ucr.edu Black culture, black diaspora Nalo Hopkinson: Professor of creative writing. Science fiction; speculative fiction; fantasy; magical realism; Afrofuturism, black diasporic religions; Caribbean history and folklore; Afro-Caribbean culture; intersectional feminism. naloh@ucr.edu Keith M. Harris: Associate...
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Experts on gender and sexuality

For fast access to experts, TEXT or call the 24-hour-experts hotline at 951-312-3049, or email news@ucr.edu Gender and sexuality Jennifer Doyle : Professor of English. Paranoia and harassment in the workplace. Curator of “The Tip of Her Tongue,” a feminist performance art series presented by The Broad Museum in Los...
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$3.5 million Givaudan gift will protect citrus collection

The University of California, Riverside announced today a $3.5 million donation from Givaudan to support UCR’s Citrus Variety Collection. The gift will help protect one of world’s most extensive citrus diversity collections from the impending threat of citrus greening disease, also known as Huanglongbing, or HLB. The gift will pay...
By UCR News | | University, Science / Technology

UCR offers media diverse voices on diverse topics

TOPICS CLIMATE CHANGE, AIR QUALITY, GREEN ENERGY, SUSTAINABILITY NATURAL DISASTERS HEALTH PHYSICS LGBT, GENDER AND SEXUALITY MIDDLE EAST AND MUSLIMS IMMIGRATION GUN VIOLENCE TERRORISM INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS/ INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS MEDIA AND CULTURE CLIMATE CHANGE, AIR QUALITY, GREEN ENERGY, SUSTAINABILITY Kawai Tam : Lecturer with security of employment, chemical and environmental engineering...
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UC Riverside Research in Brief

How does climate change affect California’s mountain lakes? A team of researchers, including UCR’s James O. Sickman, a professor of hydrology, and Kevin Skeen, a research technician, has published a study in Limnology and Oceanography Letters showing that spring snowpack best predicts summer warming in small Sierra Nevada lakes. Examining...

UCR School of Medicine and Eisenhower Health establish training affiliation

Partnership addresses long-term healthcare needs of Coachella Valley
By UCR News | | Health

Earthquake risk elevated with detection of spontaneous tectonic tremor in Anza Gap

Slow earthquake deep in Southern California's San Jacinto Fault is expected to increase stress closer to the earth’s surface
By UCR News | | Science / Technology

Better understanding post-earthquake fault movement

Preparation and good timing related to 2014 South Napa earthquake help researchers understand relationship between geology and fault behavior
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Evidence does not support three-strikes law as crime deterrent

UC Riverside criminologist finds that decline in alcohol consumption is most responsible for decreasing crime rate
By UCR News | | Social Science / Education