In California's semi-arid climate, replenishment of groundwater aquifers relies on precipitation and runoff during the winter season. However, climate projections suggest more frequent droughts and fewer years with above-normal precipitation, which may increase demand on groundwater resources and the need to recharge groundwater basins. Using historical daily streamflow data, we developed a spatial index and rating system of high-magnitude streamflow availability for groundwater recharge, STARR, in the Central Valley. We found that watersheds with excellent and good availability of excess surface water are primarily in the Sacramento River Basin and northern San Joaquin Valley.
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MBA Students team up to help bees. Four MBA students team up to find business solutions in benefiting bees. Find out more MBA graduate works to end maternal mortality in India.
D candidate, wins Young Investigator Award for plague research. Find out more Education grad student wins at GradShow Ariana Garcia, School of Education graduate student, received an Scholarship Award at the GradShow, for research on first-generation college students.
Find out more First female Namibian national park manager pursues studies at CSU Monika Shikongo, the first woman to manage a Namibian national park, is now studying in the Conservation Leadership through Learning program.
Find out more Five students to study on four continents on Fulbrights Five CSU students will be headed to four continents to study during the year, thanks to grants from the Fulbright U. Find out more Keeping cannabis workers safe, healthy and happy Graduate student Kevin Walters and Assistant Professor of Psychology Gwen Fisher have completed a study of working conditions in the Colorado cannabis industry.
Find out more CSU grad students: Find out more Forging a new path with an online MBA Wanting to chart her own course, Joshalynn Green dreams of one day founding a business and encouraging others who might think an education is out of their reach.
Find out more A traffic cop for the cell surface: Illuminating a basic biological process Sanaz Sadegh, a Ph.
Find out more Study: Dancing may offset some effects of aging in the brain Graduate student, Yuqin Jiao, is working with professor Aga Burzynska to study the positive effects dancing has on the aging brain. Find out more M. Find out more Grad student researches to save ferrets Biology graduate student Debbie McCuen hopes her research will give the endangered black-footed ferret a fighting chance against plague.
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I am applying, where do I send transcripts, scores, letters, etc?The Structural Pest Control Board is currently in the process of updating its examinations for all licensing types and branches. In order to keep our exams current and to ensure that they reflect what is actually happening in the industry, we need active licensees to participate in the development process.
Over the next several months, multiple two day workshops for all license types and. STUDY GUIDE FOR ANIMAL PESTS. The educational material in this study guide is practical information to prepare you to meet the written test requirements.
It doesn’t include all the things you need to know about this pest-control subject or your pest-control profession. It will, however, help you prepare for . In a study conducted by the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station and Bedoukian Research, Inc., bed bug repellents were tested, using soft-sided insulated lunch bags as proxies for luggage.
Welcome to the Georgia Department of Agriculture's Commercial and Structural Pest Management Testing System. Use this website to register for pest control examinations, find information about our testing centers, and view your previous exam registration and participation records.
This website provides easy access to all the pesticide-related information that is contained in various pesticide topical sites. It also includes news and meeting information, an A-Z index, and more. Pest Control Information from Expert Exterminators.
PestWorld is the official website of the National Pest Management Association (NPMA). In addition to general pest control resources, you can search for exterminators in your area, and find detailed information on specific household pests to help you prevent infestations.