Research finds that coral predators exert a much larger influence on young coral than expected.
Faculty member honored with early career fellowship for his work combining basic research with ecosystem management
Two research societies honor ecologist Erika Eliason for her work studying the effects of climate change on Pacific fish
A new model reveals how two radically different communities coexist beneath the canopies of California’s iconic kelp forests
Symbiotic relationship between California oaks and mutualist fungi appears to provide a buffer for climate change.
Researchers find that modern fishing could be changing important fish behavior
A multinational study overturns a 130-year old assumption about seawater chemistry
Biologists discover a gene critical to the development of columbines’ iconic spurs, which promises new insights on key innovations in evolution
Schmidt Environmental Solutions Fellows program receives additional two years of funding to support 23 students in environmental science
Researchers collaborate on a strategy for sustainable aquaculture, the world’s fastest growing food sector