- Climate Communications
Celebrate the 10th anniversary of UC Merced's opening day as we look back at the campus's beginnings.
Researchers at UC Merced are considering the effects of climate change on water and water management as they research the dwindling resource that is imperative to California’s economy, citizens and ecosystems.
Faculty and students at UC Merced and CSU Fresno are excited about the potential of unmanned aerial vehicles to monitor water supplies and gather data about soil moisture in California's agricultural heartland.
The planned Grasslands-Vernal Pools Natural Reserve is spotlighted in this video created to be shown on KVIE Public Television.
The trailer ends with video of Professor Bales overlooking a watershed in the Sierra Nevada.
Roger Bales, Professor of Engineering at UC Merced and Director of the Sierra Nevada Research Institute, talks about big data and mountain water supplies at Data Innovation Day: Visualizing The Environment on January 24, 2013 at UC Berkeley.
Sierra Nevada Research Institute Director Roger Bales discusses impacts of forest management on climate warming.
Sierra Nevada Research Institute Director Roger Bales talks about predicting Sierra water flows.
Sierra Nevada Research Institute Director Roger Bales talks about shifts in the earth's temperatures.
Using satellites and sensors to project California's water supply. Think of the Sierra Nevada as California's water tower. Sixty percent or more of our water comes from this mountain range. This episode of Onward California follows Roger Bales, director of the Sierra Nevada Research Institute at UC Merced, into the mountains to measure the water and geochemical balance of the landscape. The impact of climate change on California's water supply is more than an environmental concern -- it's at the forefront of economic sustainability
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