Assistant Professor Douglas McCauley honored for applying new tech and big data to better understand ocean ecosystems.
Biologist Douglas McCauley examines the benefits and drawbacks of virtual and augmented reality in teaching environmental science.
Scientists create an international dataset of silicon weight standards to better study diatoms and their contributions to the carbon cycle.
The award is given annually by the Santa Barbara Botanic Garden to recognize achievements in conservation.
Microbiologist Alyson Santoro receives two grants to explore the deep blue sea in new and innovative ways.
UCSB study shows coral reefs may have varied responses to climate change based on their location.
Marine scientists determine how the larvae of a common coral species in Taiwan and Moorea respond to environmental stresses.
If you build it, they will come. That’s historically been a common approach to species recovery: Grow the prey population first and predators will quickly return. As it turns out, that’s not quite the case.