More than 15 years of monitoring the riffles and pools of streams reveals flexibility and connections between the benthic creatures that inhabit them.
Recent research proves that adding a co-catalyst to Advanced Oxidation Processes (AOPs) renders them more efficient and effective, and reduces byproducts.
Scientists build on a foundation of decades of monitoring to help unravel the mysterious sea star wasting disease.
Researchers inspired by Da Vinci’s “La turbulenza” have calculated a turbulence “speed limit” for nitrate removal that can be applied to any stream.
A team has discovered that phytoplankton hoard and recycle iron in the Pacific more than previously thought, affecting how they regulate the climate.
Researchers at UC Berkeley found that allowing, not suppressing forest fires, can improve tree health and help water spread through Yosemite National Park.
University of California’s Natural Reserve System is the largest of its kind in the world, capturing data at 39 sites to help climate studies and more.
The Channel Islands Marine Protected Areas have been good for fish, find researchers at the University of California, Santa Barbara.
Some shellfish in San Francisco Bay contain levels of microcystin beyond those noted as safe for consumption, say University of California researchers.
Scientists at University of California, Santa Cruz, led an effort to calculate a monetary value for storm damage reductions provided by coastal wetlands.
Researchers with the University of California, Irvine, and NASA have completed a pair of studies documenting the pace of glacier melt in West Antarctica.
A study led in part by scientists at University of Washington pinpoints the beginnings of foraminifera shell formation.
Researchers at the University of California - Santa Barbara are partnering with the International Space Station to study fluid movement.
Boston University scientists find larval neon gobies don’t go far from their parents along a Caribbean reef. Results aid understanding of other gobies.
Researchers at University of California, Santa Barbara, find changes in vegetation type due to climate warming will impact Sierra Nevada stream flows.
Autonomous robots deployed by scientists at University of California, Davis, are studying marine larvae movement and answering long-held questions.
University of California, Davis, scientists find that Douglas fir trees in the West are consistently affected by drought conditions.
A team of scientists has developed a way to track the rate of global warming in real time using computer models that focus on global surface temperatures.
U. of California, Davis, researchers detail changes Lake Tahoe felt in 2015, including a drop in clarity and a record increase in temperatures.
The 2015-2016 El Niño and the Blob came together to harm productivity in the Pacific Ocean, say scientists at University of California, Santa Cruz.