The ninth annual Confronting Climate Change event gathered top scholars to discuss the health impacts of climate change and the social and economic transformations needed to address them
Scientists found that red sea urchin populations are adapted to local environments, but some populations will suffer more than others as conditions change in the future
The BBVA Foundation Frontiers of Knowledge Award in the Climate Change category recognizes Zachos and fellow paleoclimatologist Ellen Thomas of Yale University
The effects of global climate cycles on Southern Ocean temperatures drove cycles of melting and freezing in the East Antarctic Ice Sheet every few thousand years, according to a new study.
Four winning projects have been funded through the The Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society (CITRIS) and the Banatao Institute at UC Santa Cruz’s Campus Seed Funding program to pursue research relating to climate resilience.
Instruments carried by migrating elephant seals measured deep warm-water anomalies that lasted much longer than the surface warming.
A robust analysis demonstrates that nature-based solutions to reduce the damage caused by coastal flooding are cost-effective.
The forecasts could help fishing fleets, ocean managers, and coastal communities anticipate the effects of marine heatwaves.
Scientists are developing new tools to determine when short-term changes in behavior caused by human activities have biological significance for protected populations
Almost half of California is currently enduring an “exceptional” drought, the most severe category established by the U.S. Drought Monitor.
Master’s student Diana Fu wins Switzer fellowship to advance environmental justice.