sbnum: 7194
_applicationpaths - struct
ADMINFILE \\anr-web03\d$\websites\sb3
ADMINWEB https://dev.ucanr.edu/sb3
ADMINWEBNOSECURE http://dev.ucanr.edu/sb3
DISPLAYFILE \\anr-web03\d$\websites\sites
DISPLAYWEB http://dev.ucanr.edu/sites
DSN_ANR anr
DSN_CEDATA cedata
DSN_DATASTORE datastore
DSN_WEBNOODLE webnoodle
SB3ASSETRESTRICTIONS
_applicationpaths - array
1
_applicationpaths - struct
SBASSETNUM 24
SBNUMS [empty string]
DSN - component universal.objects.DSNManager
BLOG webnoodle
ANR_ENCRYPTED anradmin_encrypt
DANRIS danris
CEDATA cedata
ANR anr
CLIENTVARIABLESTORE ClientVariableStore
MG mg
DATASTORE datastore
FOUR_H recordbook
METHODS
INIT
DSN - function init
Arguments:
Name Required Type Default
serverSwitch Optional string [empty string]
override Optional struct  
ReturnType: Any
Roles:  
Access: public
Output:  
DisplayName:  
Hint:  
Description: Initialization method
SETDSNNAMES
DSN - function setDSNNames
Arguments:
Name Required Type Default
dsnStruct Required struct  
ReturnType: Any
Roles:  
Access: public
Output:  
DisplayName:  
Hint:  
Description: Sets the DSN names
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Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources
University of California
Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources

Dr Randy A Dahlgren Ph.D.

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Professor   Pedologist   Soil Mineralogist-AES
Soils & Biogeochemistry Program
University of California
3134 Plant and Environmental Sciences Building
Davis, CA 95616
(530) 752-2814
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Biography

Randy is a professor of Soil Science and Biogeochemistry in the Department of Land, Air and Water Resources at the University of California, Davis. His research program in biogeochemistry examines the interaction of hydrological, geochemical, and biological processes in regulating surface and ground water chemistry. He is currently involved in water quality research spanning the scale from hillslopes to small headwater catchments (<10 ha) to the combined Sacramento-San Joaquin watersheds. Randy received his Ph.D. and M.S. in forest soils from the University of Washington and his B.S. in soil science from North Dakota State University. He was a post-doctoral research associate in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Syracuse University before coming to UCD in 1989. He has served as Chair of the Hydrologic Science Graduate Group, vice-chair in the Department of Land, Air and Water Resources. He is currently director of the TMDL Research and Technical Support Program for the Sacramento and San Joaquin Rivers and director of the Kearney Foundation of Soil Science mission on “Understanding and managing soil-ecosystem functions across spatial and temporal scales.”

Specialty

Biogeochemical aspects of pedology-interactions of biological, hydrological and geochemical processes in natural and managed environments; processes and products of mineral weathering in the soil environment

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