Victoria Sork

Victoria Sork

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Position: 
Professor
Keywords: 
evolution
genetics

Professor and Department Chair, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, UCLA

http://www.eeb.ucla.edu/indivfaculty.php?FacultyKey=821

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Institution: 
University of California, Los Angeles
Course Category: 
undergraduate

The Marine Biology Quarter (MBQ) is a field program that gives advanced undergraduates an opportunity to gain intimate and first hand knowledge of marine communities, their constituents and their structure. It is also designed as a real world training experience in devising and carrying through to completion scientific research projects in marine biology.

Course Start Date: 
Jan 1 2008
Course End Date: 
May 1 2008

Agricultural Applications of CENS ESS Technology

Agricultural Applications of CENS ESS Technology

Understanding the relationship between ecological processes and environmental conditions requires parallel research in a variety of ecosystems and habitat types. With this goal in mind, the Terrestrial Sensing Group of the Center for Embedded Networked Sensing (CENS) is working to develop sensors network systems at other field stations. The Gump Station provides a unique opportunity to expand sensing to a tropical ecosystem. This station routinely hosts a variety of researchers in the fields such as terrestrial ecology, marine biology, archeology, and oceanography. It is also collaborating with a local Tahitian non-profit organization, Te Pu 'Atiti'a on an ethnobotanical garden and cultural center (Atitia Center). 
The CENS Terrestrial Group is working on two related projects at the Gump Station.
 
Project 1: Garden sensor network

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