Learning from history

Climate-tracking tools help predict drought and mitigate its effects.

UC Davis Aliso Canyon simulation

A collective push on climate change

New 'OneClimate' initiative brings together climate science researchers from across campus.

The new tractor-drawn phenotyping machine, developed at UC Davis, can measure three plants per second, using advanced sensor technology.

Breeding crops today for an uncertain tomorrow

Fast phenotyping may be the next frontier.

Oroville dam UCLA

Oroville Dam crisis could be sign of things to come

California's system of dams and reservoirs isn't ready for climate change, UCLA professor warns.

UC Santa Barbara bikes sustainability

UC sustainability: Students and solar light the way forward

The 2016 UC Sustainability Report highlights the university's big steps in the right direction as well as the hurdles ahead.

US China Energy Center Berkeley Lab

$5M foundation gift to help support US-China energy center

Gift will also create Berkeley Lab’s first endowed chair.

Coffea arabica

Arabica coffee genome sequenced

Coincides with birth of California-grown specialty coffee industry.

Chertai Xiong, a Hmong farmer in central California

Climate solutions for agriculture

UC Davis World Food Center launches climate-smart story project highlighting science-based solutions.

Oysters cling to the shoreline at China Camp State Park in San Francisco Bay before a 2011 mass die-off.

Mass oyster die-off in S.F. Bay related to atmospheric rivers

Study first to show biological impact of atmospheric rivers.

Eric Slessarev

Soil pHertility

Researchers create global map of soil pH and illuminate how it changes between wet and dry climates.

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