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August 16, 2018
MIST Professor LeRoy Westerling interviewed by various media sources on the complexity, climate change and management science problems underlying new regimes of fire activity in California and abroad: “We can no longer use the observed past as a guide. There’s no stable system that...
August 15, 2018
Professors Catherine Keske and Jeffrey Jenkins are featured in Episode 1 of "YosemiteLand", a new series produced by Capital Public Radio reporter Ezra Romero about Yosemite National Park. YosemiteLand website - learn how "how decisions made today in and around Yosemite...
July 6, 2018
The National Parks Institute Executive Seminar is back!  This annual seminar ran for three years from 2010 through 2012.  The two-week course accepted park and protected area managers from around the world and focussed on executive leadership based on law, science and the development of...
January 30, 2018
The faculty of the Master of Management program will be hosting two Meet-n-Greets - February 6 & 13 from 12-2pm in SSM 230 - in order to answer questions about the application process, financial aid, and academic program. Food and drink will be provided, and attendees will be eligible for an...
November 1, 2017
Keywords: climate change adaptation planning, parks and protected areas, visitor use managment, socio-ecological systems, wildland-urban interface, GIS, geovisualization. Seeking a PhD student who is eager to work in an interdisciplinary setting on research related to climate change...
October 10, 2017
Seeking a PhD student who is eager to work in a multi-disciplinary environment on climate change and impact assessment problems (e.g.: drought, wildfire, smoke and public health, habitat, property risk, water resources). The doctoral training will be anchored in the Environmental Systems graduate...
April 12, 2017
Hot off the press: MIST research studying "High-skilled labour mobility in Europe before and after the 2004 enlargement", published by the Journal of the Royal Society Interface, and summarized in the interview "European mobility and the potential consequences of Brexit"; along...
February 9, 2017
Fact-checking climate change news Climate Feedback is a worldwide network of scientists who collectively assess the credibility of influential climate change media coverage, and is hosted — and funded primarily — by the University of California Merced’s Center for Climate...