Bernardo “Bernie” Bastien-Olvera
Bernie Bastien-Olvera's interdisciplinary work explores the impact of climate change on ecosystems, biodiversity policy and human well-being
An Assessment of Native Seed Needs and the Capacity for Their Supply Final Report cover photo
Dr. Susan Harrison chairs NASEM committee reporting natural habitat restoration seed shortage
Fran Moore heads to her new office for the year in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building
Frances C. Moore Appointed as Senior Economist with Council of Economic Advisers
A wildfire burns in Sonoma County in 2020 under an orange smokey sky. (Bill Oxford/Getty Images)
Hugh Safford analyzes destructive California fires to inform fire and resource management
Eliza Oldach (left) and  Helen Killeen (right) co-led a paper looking at strengthening policies to prevent whale deaths.
Eliza Oldach and Helen Killeen work to achieve zero whale mortality
Frances C. Moore appears in UC Davis News, Popular Science, and more to discuss Cimate Change study
The focus is on Frances C. Moore as lead author on Climate Change study
National Academy of Engineering logo and Daniel Sperling portrait
Daniel Sperling elected member to U.S. National Academy of Engineering
Figure of study lakes located in the Sierra Nevada and Klamath Mountains, Emerald Lake, and four lakes in Sequoia National Park
NSF postdoc Adrianne Smits studies climate variation in Sierra Nevada lakes
Old-growth lichens attach themselves to a tree branch at the Quail Ridge Reserve. A UC Davis study highlights the value of old-growth chaparral systems to local biodiversity. (Jesse Miller)
Safford Lab's Jesse Miller co-leads most comprehensive lichen recolonization study
Vaccine injection in arm
Vaccinating Seniors, Essential Workers First Offers Greatest Public Health Benefit
UC Davis Professor Edwin Grosholz holds a trap of invasive European green crabs at Seadrift Lagoon near Stinson Beach in California. (Courtesy Edwin Grosholz/UC Davis)
Ted Grosholz overcomes setbacks in efforts to eradicate invasive species
Andy Sih with Highly Cited Researcher ribbon
Andy Sih's Highly Cited Researcher Streak Continues
COVID-19 Information
ESP Return to Worksite Plans
Special issue of the Journal of Mathematical Biology to honor Alan Hastings’ 65th birthday
Journal of Mathematical Biology celebrates Alan Hastings
Xiaoli Dong and Frances C. Moore, who are both assistant professors in the Department of Environmental Science and Policy at UC Davis, with Marc N. Conte, an associate professor in the Department of Economics at Fordham University, outside Wickson Hall at UC Davis. (UC Davis Photo)
Frances Moore receives grant from the National Science Foundation
Press kit of roadkill maps
Road Ecology Center releases Wildlife Vehicle Conflict report
Article screenshot of Special issue of theoretical ecology to honor Alan Hastings’ 65th birthday
Special issue of theoretical ecology to honor Alan Hastings’ 65th birthday
KCRA interviews Dillon Fitch
Dillon Fitch spearheads JUMP bike study
Clarivate Analytics Highly Cited Researchers 2018
Robert J Hijmans and Andy Sih among UC Davis "highly cited" researchers
Artwork of Resources Radio
Frances C. Moore joins Resources Radio to discuss agriculture and climate change
Alan Hastings
Alan Hastings receives NSF RAISE Award
 2019 TRB Annual Meeting: Daniel Sperling, 2018 Roy W. Crum Award Recipient
Dan Sperling makes history as the first UC Davis member to be named a Roy W. Crum Award Recipient.
Tesla Vehicle: Photo credit CHANDAN KHANNA/AFP/Getty Images
Dan Sperling contributes to Forbes about electric vehicles.
Emma Underwood and Hugh Safford Featured in UC Davis Books Blog
Professor Susan Harrison on a field trip last week along the Central Coast.
Dr. Susan Harrison Elected to National Academy of Sciences
Mark Schwartz named a fellow of the Ecological Society of America
Marissa Baskett
Marissa Baskett named Chancellor’s Fellow
 Photo: Paul Chinn, The Chronicle
Kate Bimrose (left) and Monika Krach examine a European green crab. They have flourished in Seadrift Lagoon.
The inaugural class of the Society of Mathematical Biology Fellows.
Alan Hastings elected to Fellows of the Society in recognition of distinguished contributions to the field of mathematical biology.
Bay Area policymakers agree that sea-level rise is a threat but grapple with how to lead a coordinated effort to address it, according to UC Davis report. (GettyImages)
Capital Public Radio Logo
Mark Lubell joins Capital Public Radio to discuss US Paris Climate Agreement Exit
Mike Gil diving in Akumal, Mexico
Postdoc Mike Gil Named TEDGlobal Fellow
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