UCSB Geographer Uses Crowd-Sourcing to Find Safe Routes and Hot Spots
Emily Williams and Mark Turiansky receive the 2021-2022 Winifred and Louis Lancaster Dissertation Awards
Climate Hazards Center makes international news:
Decades ago, researchers set a goal to ensure famine never again takes the world by surprise. Despite huge successes, immense untapped potential remains in their forecasting tools.
The first global dataset of river avulsions validates a decade of modeling and theory
Geographers double down on commitment to ethics and equity as a new generation joins the field
Dr. Richard Church joins the National Academy of Sciences
A new NASA research campaign at three UCSB Natural Reserves links plant biodiversity and health with remote sensing technology.
UC Santa Barbara forest scientist selected as early career fellow of the Ecological Society of America
By John Palminteri
Published April 4, 2022 10:46 am
Satellite Imagery Tracks Kelp Forest Growth and Health Across Santa Barbara Channel
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