Kyle Neumann awarded the Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography Global Outreach Initiative Award
Marine scientists discover an important, overlooked role sea urchins play in the kelp forest ecosystem
Oceanographers investigate the ocean’s carbon-absorbing processes over time.
Light-dependent grazing by tiny marine predators may limit the ability of phytoplankton to grow near the ocean's surface.
A study on lesser-known carbon sequestration mechanisms aims to refine understanding of how carbon moves in the ocean
In 2019 Plous Lecture, Douglas McCauley will examine changes humans and technology are bringing to the oceans
UCSB researchers recommend satellite technology as a way to create more effective, ‘true’ shark sanctuaries
Chemistry professor Alison Butler earns the Arthur C. Cope Scholars Award for excellence in organic chemistry
Research from UCSB and EDF shows a more prosperous global future is possible if both climate change and sustainable fisheries management are addressed now
Oceanographer uncovers the relationship between size and productivity in one of the world’s most complex ecosystems