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  • Springmier, Kaitlin; Smith, Hilary; Lear, Marjorie (2019-02-20)
    At Sonoma State University, information literacy is embedded throughout the General Education (GE) learning outcomes. However, too often a student’s work shows that they struggle to deeply engage with information they find. ...
  • Springmier, Kaitlin; Smith, Hilary; Lear, Marjorie (2019-02-20)
    At Sonoma State University, information literacy is embedded throughout the General Education (GE) learning outcomes. However, too often a student’s work shows that they struggle to deeply engage with information they find. ...
  • Springmier, Kaitlin; Smith, Hilary; Lear, Marjorie (2019-02-20)
    At Sonoma State University, information literacy is embedded throughout the General Education (GE) learning outcomes. However, too often a student’s work shows that they struggle to deeply engage with information they find. ...
  • Erickson, Rolfe (2017)
    The Dos Cabezas mountains are a medium-sized range outcropping in southeastern Arizona near the town of Willcox. They are dominantly a Precambrian complex composed of 10 granitoid plutons and 3 multi-km² terranes of Pinal ...
  • Phillips, Nathan G.; Buckley, Thomas N.; Tissue, David T. (Journal of Integrative Plant BiologyThis is the pre-peer reviewed version of the following article: Phillips, N. G., Buckley, T. N. and Tissue, D. T. "Capacity of Old Trees to Respond to Environmental Change." Journal of Integrative Plant Biology. 50 (2008): 1355–1364., which has been published in final form at http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1744-7909.2008.00746.x/abstract. This article may be used for non-commercial purposes in accordance with Wiley Terms and Conditions for Self-Archiving.", 2008-11)
    Atmospheric carbon dioxide [CO2] has increased dramatically within the current life spans of long-lived trees and old forests. Consider that a 500-year-old tree in the early twenty-first century has spent 70% of its life ...