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THREE IN UCI PHYSICAL SCIENCES BECOME 2021 AAAS FELLOWS
They join a list that includes scientists like Thomas Edison.
Jan 28, 2022
Sep 14, 2021
One studies waves and patterns in nature, one studies how climate change will affect agriculture, and one uses math to understand how DNA moves around our cells. Meet the new faculty of the UCI School of Physical Sciences.
Sep 14, 2021
Initiative will create paths for first-generation and underrepresented students
Sep 10, 2021
AGU announces Section Awardees and Named Lecturers, including ESS Professor Charlie Zender
Sep 9, 2021
Earth system scientists at UCI studied air trapped in compacted layers of Antarctic ice and snow to come up with some answers and a few new questions about the amount of molecular hydrogen in our…
Sep 9, 2021
Earth system scientists at UCI studied air trapped in compacted layers of Antarctic ice and snow to come up with some answers and a few new questions about the amount of molecular hydrogen in our…
Sep 3, 2021
Fires are burning in the West. The Caldor Fire in Lake Tahoe is making what you breathe more smoke than air, forcing thousands to evacuate. Find out what some scientists from the UCI Department of…
Sep 3, 2021
Nowadays, Professor Gudrun Magnusdottir of the UCI Department of Earth System Science uses computers to model the Earth system — but she remembers a time when she did her calculations with a pencil…
Sep 3, 2021
Becoming an AMS fellow requires a slate of field-defining advances in the meteorological sciences.
Sep 2, 2021
Professor Emeritus William “Bill” S. Reeburgh, a founding professor of UCI’s Department of Earth System Science (ESS), died on July 9, 2021. He was 81. Born February 25, 1940 in Port Arthur, Texas,…
Sep 1, 2021
"We have to remember that it took decades to reduce Amazon deforestation, but it may take just a few years to destroy the conservation policy pillars of conservation," said co-author Paulo Brando,…
Sep 1, 2021
Combining extensive species mapping with remote sensing records of deforestation and fire reveals that the Amazon's biodiversity is extraordinarily vulnerable to changes in forest management and policy enforcement. 
Aug 2, 2021
Professor Emeritus William “Bill” S. Reeburgh, a founding professor of UCI’s Department of Earth System Science, died on July 9, 2021. 

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.