The study appearing in Science Advances highlights the need for climate smart management to preserve biodiversity.
The paper was recently published in the journal Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences .
The study, co-authored by professor Scott Stephens, was published in the journal Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment.
The study, co-authored by professor Rachel Morello-Frosch, appears in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives.
Read the recent statement to the community from the ESPM Council.
Adjunct professor Patrick Gonzalez is featured in the second volume of the Berkeley Parks Institute journal.
The seven-year study, with coauthors including Cooperative Extension specialist Theodore Grantham, professor Stephanie Carlson, and researcher Ross Vander Vorste, tracks around 20,000 fish.
In her recent book, featured in the latest issue of Breakthroughs, professor Kate O'Neill analyzes the global economy of waste.
Alumna Iryna Dronova joined a delegation of women scientists on an expedition to Antarctica.
PhD candidate Christine Wilkinson worked with other ESPM researchers to assess management strategies of predator-livestock interactions.
In the journal Nature Ecology & Evolution, two researchers provide guidelines for the conservation and management of species in cities.
Associate professor Seth Holmes writes in BMJ Opinion about social cohesion and awareness, as societies re-open in the coming months.
Professor Paolo D'Odorico and graduate student Lorenzo Rosa analyzed the sustainability of carbon capture and storage technology.
A recent study, authored by professor Paolo D’Odorico and PhD candidate Lorenzo Rosa, shows potentially significant gains from sustainable irrigation expansion.
Researcher Miriam Magaña Lopez and associate professor Seth Holmes examine how raids, detention, and deportation impact public health during the COVID-19 outbreak.
The study, co-authored by associate professor Jonas Meckling, analyzes how shifts in economic thinking have guided climate mitigation policies.
Boettiger is recognized for his contributions to ecology through his research and teaching.
The American Geophysical Union award honors outstanding research and unselfish cooperation.
Researchers in the Rosenblum lab found that the study's main conclusions lack evidence and are unreproducible.
The distinction recognizes Rosa for his research on sustainable agriculture and water resources.