As a professor of marine microbiology and geochemistry at UCSB, I teach students about the ocean; sometimes I even get to teach them about its chemistry and the microbes that drive that chemistry.
Debora Iglesias-Rodriguez studies the chalk-making phytoplankton that is turning the ocean turquoise in the Santa Barbara Channel
Recognized as a rising-star, Douglas McCauley will use his fellowship to continue examining how ocean life functions in a rapidly changing world.
Craig Carlson named the 2015 recipient of the Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography’s top honor
Wildlife Loss in the Global Ocean
New work from Douglas McCauley
In a new report, UCSB researchers and colleagues review the past, present and future of marine animal life
A professor of geography joins the ranks of UCSB faculty members honored for their contributions to the advancement of science
UCSB’s Timothy DeVries demonstrates how climate change might affect the ratio of carbon, oxygen and nutrients in the subsurface ocean
(Santa Barbara, Calif.) — The ocean is a complex ecosystem. The ocean carbon cycle is governed by the relationship among carbon, nutrients and oxygen, and the ratio between certain elements is key to understanding ocean respiration.
IGPMS graduate student James Allen was the Grand Prize Winner at the Grad Slam Competition!
James' winning 3-minute presentation was titled:
“Measuring Cells from Space: Remote Sensing of Phytoplankton Size Distribution”
More information about the Grad Slam is available at UCSB GradPost:
Professor David Lea has been elected a Fellow of the American Geophysical Union.
In the latest rankings by the Centre for Science and Technology Studies at Leiden University in the Netherlands, UC Santa Barbara has placed second on the annual list of the top 500 major universities in the world in terms of impact in the field of the sciences.