24 | Dr. Grodsky gives invited talk, Exploring the Renewable Energy-Wildlife Nexus: Animal Conservation in Parallel with Next-Generation Energy Development at UC Davis's Institute for Transportation Studies. Click here for Flyer.
2 | Dr. Hernandez gives an invited talk, "Energy Geographies, Nexus Issues, and the Future Energy Landscape," at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, School of Life Sciences.
13-15 | Dr. Hernandez speaks with Raymond Rodriguez, Mary Lou de Leon Siantz, and Maggie Werner Washburn at SACNAS The National Diversity in STEM Conference (Long Beach, CA) with on "Making the Short List-Crushing the Interview: Securing Your First Academic Position."
1 | Welcome new Aridlab Scientists: Steven Grodsky (Postdoctoral Scholar), Jennifer Haskell (Ph.D. Student), and Louisa Rogers (Ph.D. Student).
14 | NPR Los Angeles affiliate program KPCC interviews Dr. Hernandez about the unveiling of the DRECP, listen here.
28 | Dr. Hernandez presents talk on "Solar energy development impacts on land-cover change, biological soil crust, and protected areas" at BioCrust3 in Moab, Utah.
9 | Dr. Hernandez leads the Organized Oral Session at the Ecological Society of America on Global Aridland Soil Ecology: Synthesis, Discovery, and Novelty in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
23 | The Aridlab has won a $597,852 grant from the California Energy Commission for the proposal: Optimizing solar facility configuration effects on habitat, managed plants, and essential species interactions (2016-2019).
15 | The Sacramento Bee interviews Dr. Hernandez about the state of California's solar energy milestone of 8,000 MW here.
22 | San Francisco Chronicle article Mojave Desert at stake in far-reaching federal energy plan, features Dr. Hernandez's and Madison K. Hoffacker's work on land-energy interactions.
24 | Las Vegas Sun featured Dr. Hernandez in article here on Mojave Desert
1 | Esther Robles and Patty Boonlue, Undergraduate Student Researchers in the Aridlab, are awarded the Institute for Transportation Studies Summer Fellowship to work with Dr. Hernandez.
3 - 5 | Aridlab organizes and hosts UCD Napa Valley Floatovoltaic and Wine Tour 2016
22-24 | Dr. Hernandez is invited speaker and panelist at the "Great Transformations" Breakthrough Dialogue 2016 - Session: "Energy Sprawl: Can We Have Low-Footprint Decarbonization?"
23 | Madison K. Hoffacker, Aridlab Renewable Energy Specialist, is featured in Chapman Magazine Article, A World of Sustainable Impact, and is called, ". . . something of a research rock star."
11 | Dr. Hernandez is invited speaker at EPRI's Environmental Vision Conference (ENV-VISION) on impacts of solar installations on land use and species.
20 | Scientific American writes about Dr. Hernandez's article in Bioscience on the nature of natural history today with colleagues, Dr. Barrows and Murphy-Mariscal. See it here.
13 | New study, At a Crossroads: The nature of natural history in the twenty-first century available here at BioScience, featuring co-author Dr. Hernandez.
13 | Dr. Rebecca R. Hernandez gives guest lecture on "Climate Change Mitigation" at Stanford University for the course: Climate Change: Our Global Ecology and What You Can Do.
12 - 15 | Dr. Hernandez convenes the "Energy and Ecosystems" Organized Poster Session at the American Geophysical Union in San Francisco.
27 | Dr. Hernandez is an invited speaker at the Energy and Resources Graduate Group Fall Seminar Series at UC Berkeley and discusses the Land-Energy-Environment Nexus.
30 | Dr. Hernandez is interviewed and featured in National Geographic in an article entitled: Could Solar Energy Be California's Next Cash Crop? Click here to read it.