Researchers sampled 16 coastal watersheds in Oregon for current-use water-borne herbicides commonly used in forestland vegetation management. Models predicted south coast sites have higher than average herbicide concentrations, which aligns with findings.
In this article, researchers propose a novel concept called “regenerative gatekeeping” to challenge institutional inertia, cultivate belonging, accessibility, justice, diversity, equity, and inclusion in committee work.
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