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Melissa Whaley
Melissa Whaley wins a prestigious National/Global Academic Advising Award
Earth from Orbit
Dr. Mark N. Lubell talks about finding consensus on the environment
Graduate students walking along the eastern Sierra Nevada
New Master of Science Degree in EPM
Caterpillar picture
Marcel Holyoak, ESP Department Chair, co-author of a Nature journal
Pacific Ocean with Sea of Troubles title
UC Davis Bodega Marine Lab research documented in a short film
Invasion Threat Map
Ted Grosholz, Co-author of a Nature Communications Journal, featured in BBC News
UC Davis alumni Michael and Joelle Hurlston have pledged $1.5 million to endow a first-of-its-kind chair position. (Photo: Gregory Urquiaga/UC Davis)
ESP to benefit from new Endowed Professorship gift
A panel of scientists has released a report that stops short of defining the cause or causes of regular fish kills at the Pescadero Marsh. Cat Cutillo/Review
Alan Hastings recently inducted to the National Academy of Sciences
Abbey Neat and Kaili P. Brande presenting research posters
ESP Students, Abbey Neat and Kaili P. Brande, at 2016 Undergraduate Research Conference
John Largier featured in TV news piece on crabbers
many books opened and overlapping
Three ESP scholars selected as Thompson Reuters Highly Cited Researchers
Los Angeles county fire helicopter makes a water drop to battle wild land fire call the Pine Fire in Wrightwood, Calif., on July 17. A late night brush fire broke out near the Mountain High ski resort Friday in the hills of the Angeles Forest.
Researchers from the UC Davis, describe the increased frequency of wildfires in high elevations as 'yet another harbinger of climate change.'
Drought and climate changes are reducing the diversity of California’s grassland wildflowers. (Susan Harrison)
Drought reduces California Wildflowers
tadpools in a tank
ESP study shows a mechanism for climate change exasperating effects of pollution
Mark Lubell featured in Capital Public Radio
Alan Hastings elected to the National Academy of Sciences
Fisheries need to improve sustainable practices before doing business on global seafood market. (Simon Bush/photo)
Sustainability progress should precede seafood market access, researchers urge
The University of California, Davis, Institute of Transportation Studies (ITS-Davis) was selected in a national competition in September 2013 to lead a new two-year, $11.2 million research, education, and outreach consortium for the U.S. Department of Tra