They join a list that includes scientists like Thomas Edison.
Dec 1, 2022
Many of the companies promising “net-zero” emissions to protect the climate are relying on vast swaths of forests and what are known as carbon offsets to meet that goal.
Dec 1, 2022
Meet the Physical Sciences staff member in charge of designing and building laboratories and much, much else around the school. 
Nov 29, 2022
Op-Ed: California’s carbon-offset forests aren’t trapping much carbon. Here’s how to do better
Nov 29, 2022
Satellite images since 1986 show that land set aside for protection is performing much like land that isn't protected. Companies claiming offsets are skating by.
Nov 27, 2022
Jessica Walden and Chris McGuire, owners of Amis de la Terre Zero-Waste Market, want to give people a way to stem plastic pollution.
Nov 21, 2022
Pahl wants to not only tell the science stories coming out of his department, but to help others tell stories, too. 
Nov 17, 2022
This episode is one of eight filmed during summer of 2022 in partnership with the Center for Digital Innovation in Learning made possible by an IGNITE grant from Boston College. These episodes include a diverse slate of co-hosts and kids who share their own rock stories and observations. In Season Three, we take our show on the road, filming scientists in their laboratories and field sites around the country. Many of the rocks and stories presented would not have been available without support…
Nov 17, 2022
Thirteen UCI faculty members are part of the Highly Cited Researchers list for 2022. Both quantitative and qualitative analyses are used to identify individuals from across the globe who have…
Nov 16, 2022
The UCI Physical Sciences professors work to elevate the union’s science and its publications, too.
Nov 9, 2022
Northeast Greenland ice sheet is melting so rapidly it could cause sea levels to rise by 0.5-INCHES by the end of the century, study warns
Nov 1, 2022
Respiration Quotient Variability and Ocean Oxygen Levels
Oct 24, 2022
The claim: Greenland ice sheet is recovering and earlier melting was caused by 'natural warming'

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.