Professor Jill Banfield has received a V.M. Goldschmidt Award, the highest honor given by the Geochemical Society.
A new Public Policy Institute of California report calls for more active management of the state's headwater forests.
A new study from UC Berkeley researchers helps create a clearer understanding of how networks of plants and pollinators form over time to create communities.
Carr's new book examines the environmental and policy implications of river basin development in Eastern Africa.
Garrison Sposito has been honored for his contributions to the field of hydrology by a special issue of the journal, Advances in Water Resources.
KQED's "Deep Look" video series featured grad student Ignacio Escalante's research on daddy longlegs.
Living within a mile of active wells has been correlated to increased health risks, including heart disease and cancer.
Each year, the American Geophysical Union elects just 0.1 % of membership to become AGU Fellows and ESPM is proud to announce that Susan Hubbard has been named a 2017 fellow.
New research from Rachel Morello-Frosch finds that noise pollution is loudest in black neighborhoods and segregated cities
Graduate student Joan Dudney has been awarded a 2017 Switzer Fellowship for her environmental leadership.
A new study indicates that the impact of a pregnant woman’s exposure to several toxic chemicals commonly found in the environment was generally larger if the mother was stressed.
After a 35-year career with Berkeley as an urban entolomologist, Vernard Lewis retired on July 1.
Richard B. Standiford IV will retire June 3o after a remarkable 37-year career as UC Cooperative Extension forest management specialist at UC Berkeley.
Congratulations to graduate student Adam Calo and his team, whose project won first prize in the Big Ideas @ Berkeley competition in the category of Food Systems Innovations.
Matzen and Arnold are recognized for their participatory research techniques and empowerment of communities to take the lead in dealing with soils compromised by pollution.
A study led by ecologists at UC Berkeley has found significant flaws in the research used to challenge the U.S. Forest Service plan to restore Sierra Nevada forests to less dense, and less fire-prone, environments.
Firestone’s research involves the fundamental understanding of soil microbial ecology, and its applications to problems such as global change, sustainability, and biodegradation.
A new model developed by members of the Resh Lab can assist researchers in studying how future climate change and pesticide runoff could together impact macroinvertebrate diversity in rivers, which could in turn affect the health of surrounding ecosystems.
Professor Ron Amundson encourages scientists around the world to join the March for Science on April 22, to publicly acknowledge the role of science in society, and to highlight the frequency and nature of political attacks on science.
Research from the Brashares lab shows that in a fishing community with high rates of disease and declining fish stocks around Kenya’s Lake Victoria, human illness exacerbates unsustainable fishing practices.