They join a list that includes scientists like Thomas Edison.
Jan 28, 2022
Sep 27, 2022
The event saw anteaters from all four departments gathered for a celebration of the cutting-edge research happening at the school.
Sep 20, 2022
Insider’s inaugural Climate Action 30 highlights 30 global leaders working toward climate solutions. Our list includes activists, influencers, academics, scientists, business executives, entrepreneurs, and public-sector and nonprofit leaders working to address the climate crisis through collectivism, community, and accountability.
Aug 16, 2022
James Bullock discusses multidisciplinary organization working to counter the impacts of climate change.
Aug 5, 2022
Mechanical thinning of California’s forests can reduce the severity of wildfires by eliminating built-up vegetation that fuels blazes.
Jul 23, 2022
Tree cover across California has declined sharply over the last half century, but nowhere faster than in the state’s southern mountains.
Jul 22, 2022
The grant will help the School of Physical Sciences address gender inequities in STEM.
Jul 21, 2022
Researchers used LANDSAT satellite data to document how tree-cover changed in California from 1985 to 2021, being shrunk by wildfires, logging, and droughts.
Jul 20, 2022
An increase in catastrophic wildfires has reduced California tree cover by 6.7% since 1985, and researchers fear the lost trees will never grow back.
Jul 20, 2022
Three questions with Benis Egoh, UCI assistant professor of Earth system science, who explores arboreal ecosystems.
Jul 20, 2022
UCI researchers seek solutions to the many effects of climate change
Jul 20, 2022
The process is about as low-tech as it gets. Standing on the Newport Pier, Melissa Brock slings a plastic bucket tied to a rope over the side, drops it below the ocean surface to fill it with chilly…
Jul 19, 2022
Alumni of UCI Physical Sciences are invited to this year’s Celebrate Physical Sciences on Saturday, September 24 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Celebrate Physical Sciences will be a fun-filled morning on…

The Department of Earth System Science acknowledges our presence on the ancestral and unceded territory of the Acjachemen and Tongva peoples, who still hold strong cultural, spiritual and physical ties to this region.