Six years after ‘the Blob’ rolled through the Santa Barbara Channel, researchers find lasting effects in the kelp forest communities
Marine microbiologist Alyson Santoro leads a collaboration to develop bioplastics for the marine environment.
Scientists receive support from the Moore and the Simons foundations to study the eukaryotic cell's origins
Earth science professor elected fellow of American Academy of Microbiology for work in biogeochemistry.
New research on sea urchins challenges long-held assumptions about marine reserves
Researchers discover an immense hydrocarbon cycle in the world’s oceans.
Researchers dive into the biogeochemistry of ocean anoxic zones
A multinational study overturns a 130-year old assumption about seawater chemistry
IGPMS student and researcher, Jessica Madden, placed an instrument known as a Baited Remote Underwater Video (BRUV) to capture to collect data that helps provide information about the health of California beaches.
Kyle Neumann awarded the Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography Global Outreach Initiative Award