Wildlife research is diverse, productive
W.M. Longhurst, University of California
California Agriculture 30(7):8-10. DOI: 10.3733/ca.v030n07p8.
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The wildlife research program at the Hopland Field Station has been a cooperative effort involving primarily researchers from the Davis and Berkeley campuses and, occasionally, researchers from other state and federal agencies, California state universities, Oregon State University, and certain private companies. The station has also served as a base of operations for other research projects in nearby counties.