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4H Center for Youth Development: Monograph (Focus)
"A series of in-depth, research-based papers on relevant youth development issues." Topics include "Adolescents and Driving: Factors Influencing Behavior," "Disordered Eating Patterns Among Adolescents," and "Youth Violence." From the 4-H Center for Youth Development (CYD), a research center located on the campus of the University of California, Davis, devoted to studying "youth development in the contexts of family and community."
University of California, Davis

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Agriculture and Natural Resources (ANR): Free Publications
Over 300 publications on California pests, crops, tips for gardeners, and related information.
University of California, Davis . The Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources

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Agritourism
Resources on agricultural tourism in California. This type of tourism involves "visiting a working farm or any agricultural, horticultural or agribusiness operation for the purpose of enjoyment, education, or active involvement." Contains fact sheets on managing agri-tourism operations (topics include conducting tours, marketing, and safety), a database of agritourism operations in California, articles, and more.
University of California, Davis . The Small Farm Center

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America the Bountiful: Classic American Food from Antiquity to the Space Age
This exhibit chronicles the use of classic "food groups including: beef, chicken, turkey, pork, potatoes, corn, greens, wheat, beans, and apples" that have played a role in American culture. Features photographs, advertisements, images of publications, and other ephemera. Also contains facts about the origins of various American foods and the relationship of corresponding events in American history.
the University of California, Davis

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Art Shapiro's Butterfly Site
"This website describes over 34 years of data collected by ... [a] professor of Evolution and Ecology at the University of California, Davis, in his continuing effort to regularly monitor butterfly population trends on a transect across central California." Features butterfly data, profiles of study sites (such as Donner Pass and Suisun Marsh), bibliography, photos, links to news and related websites, and more.
University of California, Davis . The Information Center for the Environment (ICE)

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Bee Briefs
"The following short articles provide essential information about various aspects of beekeeping." Topics include swarm removal, nectar and pollen substitutes, varroa mite infestation, and Africanized honeybees in California. Articles cover general beekeeping topics and information specific to bees in California.
University of California, Davis . The Department of Entomology

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Bohart Museum of Entomology
Website of a museum devoted to the study of insects, located on the campus of the University California, Davis. In addition to information about the museum, the site contains fact sheets on insects and arachnids, an introduction to collecting insects, keys to insect identification, a glossary, and newsletters of the Bohart Museum Society. Also features activities and insect jokes for children.
University of California, Davis

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British Women Romantic Poets, 1789-1832
Full-text editions of works of nearly 60 British and Irish poets. Searchable, and browsable by author. Created by librarian Nancy Kushigian at the Shields Library, University of California, Davis.
University of California, Davis

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Business Law Journal
"The first business law journal in the nation to publish online and in a concise, journalistic style." Contains interviews and articles written by professionals, academics, and law students on topics such as antitrust, corporate governance, cyberlaw, employment law, intellectual property, securities, and white color crime. Includes issues back to 2000.
the University of California, Davis , School of Law

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The California Aggie
Online version of this daily student newspaper serving the University of California, Davis campus and community. Features local news and editorials; and articles on the arts, science and technology, and sports. Includes archives dating back to 2003.
University of California, Davis

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The California Backyard Orchard: A University of California Resource for Fruit and Nut Crops
This site provides material for backyard gardeners, consumers, and others about fruit and nut crop issues. Features facts sheets and related publications on topics such as site selection, planting and maintenance, and pest control. Also includes material on specific crops, maintenance calendars, a glossary, and a guide to using the services of University of California Cooperative Extension (UCCE) Master Gardeners program. From the U.C. Fruit and Nut Research and Information Center, University of California, Davis.
University of California, Davis

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California Pesticide Use Summaries Database
Searchable "summaries of pesticides used on California crops detailed by commodity, pesticide, county, and month." Collected from California Department of Pesticide Regulation (DPR) reports.
University of California, Davis . The Statewide Integrated Pest Management Program (IPM)

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California Rangelands
Scientific reports, fact sheets, and other publications on California rangelands. Topics include water quality (pollutants, best management practices), vegetation (weeds, ecological site descriptions), and livestock production (forage quality, grazing management). Includes links to related websites. From the California Rangelands Research and Information Center (CRRIC), located on the campus of the University of California, Davis.  
University of California, Davis

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California Weather Data and Products
Contains weather data from approximately 400 weather stations throughout California from 1951 to the present. All stations provide daily values; selected stations supply hourly and sub-hourly data. Searchable by county, station type, and station name.
University of California, Davis . The Statewide Integrated Pest Management Program (IPM)

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Dateline UC Davis
Online edition of "the faculty-staff publication for the University of California, Davis," providing "news about campus issues and events, research highlights, higher-education trends, and people." Includes searchable and browsable archive of issues dating back to November 1995.
University of California, Davis

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Earthworm Information
Includes articles, and profiles of eight key species of earthworm (most with photographs).
University of California, Davis . The Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program (SAREP)

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Eye Simulation Application
"This application simulates eye motion and demonstrates the effects of disabling one or more of the 12 eye muscles and one or more of the 6 cranial nerves that control eye motion. The purpose of this simulator is to teach medical students and doctors how the eye motion will change with pathology of the eye muscles and cranial nerves." From the Department of Opthalmology and Vision Science, University of California, Davis.
University of California, Davis . The Department of Opthalmology and Vision Science

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Facts About Sexual Orientation
"An overview of social science theory and empirical research concerning sexual orientation." Contains information on homosexuality and mental health, changing sexual orientation, and homosexuality and child molestation. Includes bibliography and abstracts of selected publications. By Gregory Herek, Professor of Psychology, University of California, Davis.
University of California, Davis

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Fight AIDS — Not People With AIDS!
This site discusses "AIDS stigma," which "refers to prejudice, discounting, discrediting, and discrimination directed at people perceived to have AIDS or HIV, and the individuals, groups, and communities with which they are associated." Features articles, findings from surveys, and critical information on resources for AIDS education. By Gregory Herek, Professor of Psychology, University of California, Davis.
University of California, Davis

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Greenbelt Review
"An online journal showcasing the literary talents of the UC Davis Graduate Program in Creative Writing." Contains student fiction and poetry, interviews with established authors, and book reviews. Includes archive dating back to spring 2005.
the Department of English at the University of California, Davis

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Guide to Asian Specialty Vegetables in the Central Valley, CA
Introduction to Asian specialty crops grown in Fresno, Tulare, Merced, and San Joaquin counties in California. Includes photographs and brief descriptions of melons and gourds (such as bittermelon and opo), beans and peas, grasses and sedges (such as water chestnut), eggplants and peppers, and cabbages (such as bok choy and daikon). Browsable by family. Also features a nutritional information table.
University of California, Davis . The Small Farm Center

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Home Winemaking
This 1988 booklet provides instructions for making red and white table wines at home. Features information about the composition and quality of grapes and wine, potential spoilage and stability problems, analyzing juice and wine, evaluating wine quality, and the winemaking facility. Also includes a bibliography and a glossary. From the Department of Viticulture and Enology, University of California, Davis.
Department of Viticulture & Enology, University of California, Davis

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How to Manage Pests: Identification: Natural Enemies Gallery
Descriptions and photographs of "natural enemy species commonly found on California farms and in landscapes." These natural enemies (including predators, parasites, and pathogens) "kill, decrease the reproductive potential or otherwise reduce the numbers" of insect and mite pests, and are "key components of integrated pest management programs." Browsable by common name, order and family, and scientific name.
University of California, Davis . The Statewide Integrated Pest Management Program (IPM)

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Identification: Key to Aphids Commonly Found in Small Grains, Corn, and Sorghum in California
An illustrated, interactive guide for identifying "the aphid species that are most commonly found in small grains (wheat, rye, and barley), corn, and sorghum in California." Includes photographs of each aphid, and links to related information on damage and management.
University of California, Davis . The Statewide Integrated Pest Management Program (IPM)

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Invasives on the Web
Information on invasive plant species (weeds). Includes commonly asked questions and answers, documents, photographs, data on weeds that are threatening native biodiversity, and the "Weed Control Methods Handbook: Tools and Techniques for Use in Natural Areas." From the Nature Conservancy's Wildland Invasive Species Program, University of California, Davis.
University of California, Davis . The Nature Conservancy's Wildland Invasive Species Program

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