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    Masterful Nelson leads @UCSB_Baseball past New Mexico State 8-0. Rubber game tomorrow at 1 PM! RECAP >>>… https://t.co/5kulXQoYPo
    16 hours 35 min ago
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    Softball: Gauchos Top USD, Santa Clara, Remain Perfect at Gaucho Classic II https://t.co/h4SUMPFjVF
    16 hours 47 min ago
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    Softball: Early Scoring Spurts Power Gauchos to Pair of Opening Wins in Gaucho Classic II https://t.co/1uwSaaJclq
    1 day 17 hours ago
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    Big 5th inning dooms @UCSB_Baseball, who drops game of series to NM State 7-3. RECAP >>> https://t.co/YkgnLwZgCg https://t.co/uqDFOrQHKm
    1 day 17 hours ago
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    Come network with employers at Grad Student Career Mixer on April 19 https://t.co/67FdyySDa8 #UCSB #ucsbgradpost
    1 day 20 hours ago
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    Come network with employers at Grad Student Career Mixer on April 19 https://t.co/sx2pvEWDVF #UCSB #ucsbgradpost
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    .@IsabelAllende on how to live passionately - no matter your age: https://t.co/zrVYL004z8. Yes.
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UC Natural Reserve System

  • Celebrating the UCSB Natural Reserve System
    Celebrating the UCSB Natural Reserve System

    UCSB runs seven of the 39 sites comprising the UC Natural Reserve System, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary

  • UCSB scientists will use the UC Natural Reserve System to study the ecological impacts of climate change in California

  • A look at UCSB's Sedgwick Reserve
    A look at UCSB's Sedgwick Reserve

    Driven by a love of nature, alumna Linda Duttenhaver gives $2 million to renovate the historic Ranch House at UCSB’s Sedgwick Natural Reserve.

  • a video of the aftermath of the fire at UCSB's Coal Oil Point Reserve
    a video of the aftermath of the fire at UCSB's Coal Oil Point Reserve

    One person's wildfire is another person's research opportunity.

  • Airstrip climate monitoring station

    Climate monitoring stations take climate change beyond the anecdotal.

  • Though separated from the mainland by about 20 miles of water, Santa Cruz Island is close to the hearts of many researchers and visitors.

  • Shorelines, woodlands, streams, and deserts were the stars of the moment, as UC Santa Barbara's natural reserves were highlighted at the inaugural Natural Reserve System Day.

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