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Welter is a professor emeritus in the department of environmental science, policy, and management at Berkeley. Research projects in his laboratory have generally fallen within two major categories: plant-insect interactions or understanding and managing insect populations in agricultural settings. The management component of his research has focused on developing environmentally rational integrated pest management programs for tree fruit or vegetable crops with a strong emphasis on the behavioral ecology of moths in pheromone permeated environments.
Constable has published broadly on a range of topics in legal rhetoric and philosophy. Her most recent book, Our Word is Our Bond: How Legal Speech Acts, shows how legal utterances, in speech and writing, are forms of law-in-action.