The American Geophysical Union today released a new statement updating its position on climate change, the evidence for it, potential…
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UC Irvine and other scientists have won a coveted $30 million NASA Earth Venture award for their Atmospheric Tomography Mission, which will study how air pollution affects fast-acting greenhouse gases in the global atmosphere.
UCI’s Michael Prather is a lead author on the latest Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report.
On the occasion of the Earth system science department’s 20th anniversary, Chancellor Emeritus Ralph Cicerone says UCI was the first to study human impact on the environment in an interdisciplinary way.
One cites less dependency on oil, the other new farming practices.
Interdisciplinary researchers including Ralph Delfino are awarded more than $400,000 for project.
New student sustainable science team makes its mark in Western Riverside.
In the past year, UC Irvine students, staff and faculty have stepped up in the face of continuing budget challenges and fee increases with innovation, drive and talent. The result? Research breakthroughs, national honors, global outreach, sports firsts – even a Guinness world record. Here are some top 2010 stories.
UC Irvine Earth scientists Michael Prather and James Randerson have co-authored a National Research Council report discussing how the U.S. could monitor foreign greenhouse gas emissions if it enters into a new climate treaty.