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UC Berkeley is the host campus for the Californian CESU (CA-CESU), a research and education consortium of 15 Federal Agencies and 45 University and non-governmental research partners co-generating science for public benefit. Over 100 projects and $30M are implemented via the CA-CESU each year.
The mission of the Californian CESU is to provide research, technical assistance and education across the biological, physical, social and cultural sciences to address natural and cultural resource management issues at multiple scales and in an ecosystem context in California and nationally as appropriate.
The Cooperative Ecosystem Studies Units (CESU) Network is a national consortium of federal agencies, tribes, academic institutions, state and local governments, nongovernmental conservation organizations, and other partners working together to support informed public trust resource stewardship.
New funding opportunities have been added! Visit our funding opportunities page for more information on projects, deadlines, and statement of interest requests.
Learn more about the CA-CESU's recent projects through the interactive StoryMap on our Project Highlights page.
Post doctoral fellowship working with malaria control methods for endangered Hawaiian birds. Closes nov 25.… https://t.co/cNqfLYE2Hn
Open NPS biologist position at San Juan Island National Park in Washington state. #butterfly @sanjuanisnps closes… https://t.co/mFVLEtzE0f
@CalifornianCESU had a great time at the #NPS Mojave network science symposium last week learning about the latest… https://t.co/4OR1SPGtpV
RT @pinskylab: Job alert! Assistant Professor in Animal Behavior, Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology @UCSCscience. Topic interpre…
RT @WFCB_UCDavis: Could head-starting desert tortoises help them fend of hungry ravens? Find out in the latest Student Conservation Corner…