Environment Extension Faculty Research | Naturally@UConn
We are getting rainfall, but there’s a shift in what we are beginning to experience, and what scientists expect to continue, which is more intense rain events less frequently. This type of rainfall can lead to drought conditions for agricultural producers. In 2015, Connecticut requested over $8 million dollars in federal emergency loans to be made available for crop losses due to moderate drought conditions across the state. The Methodist DeBakey Cardiovascular Journal. MDCVJ 8-16-16. Reviewed a rese...
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August 22, 2016. Historical image of the week. Basal metabolism. By Jerauld A. Manter, 1951. From the Archives and Special Collections at the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center, University of Connecticut Libraries. August 18, 2016. Image of the week. New board members named at ASAS business meeting. (Left to right): Dr. Steven Zinn (ASAS President-Elect), Dr. Deb Hamernik (ASAS President), Dr. Michael Looper (ASAS Past President). Courtesy of ASAS. August 15, 2016. Laquo; Older Entries. Haddam Neck Horse Show.