Researchers reveal the growing threat extreme heat poses to urban populations
Using artificial intelligence, researchers find that global ocean warming started later in the 20th century than previously estimated
Researcher connects climate change science with the real-world impacts of extreme weather in his new book
Professor Dan Montello works to rewrite text with help of members of UCSB Department of Geography.
Researchers provide insights into the sustainability and resilience of managed versus wild pollinators.
After months of COVID-related delays and cancellations, research vessels are once again sailing the ocean to study its carbon cycle.
Chris Funk and Shrad Shukla get interviewed on being authors to an outstanding science publication.
Katelyn Zigner participated as a finalist in the annual UCSB Grad Slam.
UCSB’s BikeMaps.org teams up with Outside Magazine to understand why bicyclists are dying on our roads
Researchers reveal that the onset of the rainy season can affect food security as much as does the amount of rain farmers receive overall
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