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Monday, May 10, 2021

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Ecologist Xiaofeng Xu and colleagues found that seasonal fluctuations in temperature lead to a corresponding fluctuation in microbial populations in the soil, and increased carbon emissions.
Soil Microbes and Carbon Emissions: The Weather Factor
Acorns were a significant staple of the diet for Southern California tribal nations but are far less common now. SDSU ecologists are working with tribal partners to preserve culturally significant plants and ecosystems.
Resilient Restoration: Helping Southern California’s Tribal Nations Adapt to Climate Change
Shannon Kitelinger, director of the SDSU Wind Symphony
Wind Symphony and Arts Alive SDSU Celebrate Earth Day with "Winds of Change"
SDSU ecologists Megan Jennings, Rebecca Lewison and colleagues lead a climate adaptation project that has been lauded as a model for the southwestern U.S.
SDSU Ecologists Lead Climate Adaptation Project Lauded as a Model
Four San Diego State University research teams will focus on transborder research and development, leveraging SDSU Imperial Valley’s presence in Calexico and Brawley, two hours east of San Diego.
Big Ideas for Transborder Solutions
Four Big Ideas proposals will address climate change from different perspectives.
Big Ideas for Climate Change
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The SDSU Transit Center offers extensive access to public transportation, allowing students to travel to campus without a vehicle.
SDSU Recognized by The Princeton Review for Sustainability Efforts
A 1934 dry cleaning shop in International Falls, Minn.
Mapping Out a Decades-Old Environmental Threat
Huaxyacac is the university’s first residential community to attain LEED Gold status.
Huaxyacac Hall Certified LEED Gold
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Hydroponic Strawberries, Ancestry and Immersive Theater
An orb weaver spider.
Spiders, Doomed Flies and Tougher Textiles — Just Add Water