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UC Santa Barbara professor Halley E. Froehlich and her colleagues outline several guiding principles to bridge the current state of U.S. seafood and the desired outcomes of federal directives.

Dr. Gretchen Hofmann, Professor of Ecology, Evolution, and Marine Biology, has been appointed Interim Director of the Marine Science Institute at UC Santa Barbara

An Bui and colleagues try to understand how climate change might affect fungal communities in woodland soil in a future California

Researchers at UC Santa Barbara and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) sought to determine how well MPAs protect fish from changes caused by marine heatwaves.

Armand Kuris, professor in the Department of Ecology, Evolution, and Marine Biology, has been elected 2020 Fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).

UC Santa Barbara aquaculture and fisheries professor Halley Froehlich and colleagues show that targeted federal assistance will be necessary to bring the United States’ seafood industry  back.

Chris Costello named among the most influential scientists in the world, according to the 2020 Highly Cited Researchers released by Clarivate Analytics.

Two UCSB scientists, Juan Mayorga and Steve Gaines, are co-authors of a study on fishing and carbon sequestration benefits.

UC Santa Barbara community ecologist Hillary Young and her research group study how the eradication of rats in Palmyra Atoll affect vegetation resurgence.

UC Santa Barbara, Reniel Cabral and his colleagues outline the benefits of fishing restrictions in a new paper published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

While studying methane seeps, UC Santa Barbara scientist, David Valentine confirms environmental abuse of toxic chemicals banned decades ago.

UCSB graduate student researcher Ana Sofia Guerra and marine ecologist Douglas McCauley, along with colleagues from the University of Washington, simulate the behavior of individual schooling fish faced with different levels of predation, both natural and human.

UCSB’s Benioff Ocean Initiative set out to help the endangered species in 2017 with an online tool called Whale Safe.

A new effort led by UCSB marine ecologist Bob Miller focuses on California composition, health and future of the world’s oceans.

Douglas McCauley, an associate professor in UC Santa Barbara’s Marine Science Institute, oversees the Schmidt Environmental Solutions Fellows program.

Up and down the coast of California, the region’s iconic kelp forests are disappearing.

Paper published in in Nature Reviews Earth & Environment, and co-authored by UC Santa Barbara Professor David Valentine details what scientists have learned from studying the  Deepwater Horizon oil spill that happened 10 years ago.

As pollution levels drop worldwide amid stay-at-home orders, researchers consider what this might mean for the future.