Holloway Gives Invited Talk at IGAC Meeting
Tracey Holloway presented "Energy, Air Quality, and Urbanization" at the International Global Atmospheric Chemistry (IGAC) Project 2016 Science Conference on Sept 26, 2016.
Let Them Eat Bugs! Sustainable Food of the Future?
Valerie Stull and Rachel Bergmans investigate the potential for edible insects such as mealworms to provide a sustainable year-round protein source for food insecure populations.
Capstone Students Create Food Waste Cookbook
Students in a course taught by Holly Gibbs and Tyler Lark created a recipe book to help people cook with food scraps and leftovers.
Kucharik Lab Project Featured in WPT Documentary
Yahara 2070 is a research project that asks what might the Yahara Watershed surrounding Madison look like in the year 2070.
September 27, 2016
Jason Vargo & Jonathan Patz Present Africa at Noon Lecture 9/28/16
"Bike Friendly Bahir Dar” will feature Jason Vargo and Jonathan Patz. 206 Ingraham Hall, 1155 Observatory Drive
September 09, 2016
Holloway Gives Invited Talk at International Atmospheric Chemistry Meeting, 9/26/16
SAGE Professor Tracey Holloway will be speaking on the first day of the conference on "Energy, Air Quality, and Urbanization”.
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2016 · Remote Sensing of Environment
How Universal Is the Relationship between Remotely Sensed Vegetation Indices and Crop Leaf Area Index? A Global Assessment
2016 · Land
Smallholders, Agrarian Reform, and Globalization in the Brazilian Amazon: Cattle versus the Environment
2015 · International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation
Global rain-fed, irrigated, and paddy croplands: A new high resolution map derived from remote sensing, crop inventories and climate data