Environmental Sciences alumna Anna Hiller shares insight into doing undergraduate research and getting her work published.
Steven Beissinger and John Harte are recognized for their contributions to the science of ecology.
Professor Scott Stephens' talk centered on the role of wildfires throughout California.
Submit your best CNR-related images by April 19th for a chance to win prizes and to have your work featured online and in print.
The UC Berkeley Forestry alumnus spoke as part of the 2019 William Main Seminar Series.
Teeguarden’s forest economics scholarship was influential in the development and implementation of state and federal policy.
A new online tool allows users to access information on land ownership throughout California's croplands and to see how it affects them.
Researchers identify a unique architechture within the gut of the passalid beetle, one that could help them better produce bioproducts in the lab.
A recent study from professor Lynn Huntsinger highlights the struggles faced by landowners in reforestation efforts amidst ongoing wildfires.
Patrick Gonzalez as well as Jonathan Jarvis commented on the effects of climate change and government shutdowns on national parks.
A recent study from professor Paolo D'Odorico and a team of environmental scientists indicates the importance of trade in equitable global food production and distribution.
A new study finds that in the Caribbean, independent island nations are less vulnerable to coral bleaching than island territories.
Discovered two years ago by UC Berkeley scientists including Jill Banfield, the protein was similar to CRISPR, but quite a bit smaller: a big advantage if you’re trying to deliver a gene editor into a cell.
The award is given annually by the International Biogeography Society for individual lifetime achievement in the field of biogeography.
The new Center will explore how cannabis production impacts the environment and society, and how these impacts will evolve under new regulations.
An ambitious new multicampus consortium is seeking ways to capture billions of tons of carbon dioxide and bring net carbon emissions in California to zero by 2045.
EuropeNow interviewed Professor Paolo D'Odorico on his interdiciplinary water research.
New research highlights for the first time the widespread and deadly threat of the soil- and waterborne pathogen Phytophthora in CA restoration sites.
Graduate student Joan Dudney discusses surveying whitebark pine in the Sierras, and if the species will soon be listed as endangered.
The Chancellor's Award for Advancing Institutional Excellence and Equity recognizes faculty who advance inclusion and diversity through their research, teaching, and service.