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An acclaimed hydroclimatologist, Williams was recognized for his research on climate change and its connection to drought and fires.
Rising temperatures mean fewer overall days when prescribed fires can be safely lit, a new UCLA-led study shows.
Finding solutions could be challenging, because some regulations aimed at ensuring food safety make it difficult to properly cool the vehicles.
A UCLA-led study identified characteristics from more than 100 types of plants that can be analyzed to determine their preferred temperature and rainfall amount.
The award is the society's highest honor for atmospheric scientists.
Efforts will aim to boost EV use, energy storage, firefighter safety and the well-being of migrant workers.
Research by UCLA and La Brea Tar Pits scientists upends theory that saber-toothed cats, other large mammals were hunted out of existence.
Environmental justice has been the cornerstone of Luskin School efforts related to the city’s hot weather policies.
Paper synthesizing latest research adds clarity to contentious debate with implications for lives and property.
A new study led by scientists at UCLA and Michigan State suggests that conservation strategies address avian responses to climate-driven shifts.
Task force gathers delegates from around the world to discuss how remote sensing can help stop deforestation.
A UCLA-led study assesses the complex effects of environmental stressors on tropical species in the Usambara Mountains.
Over the past 20 years, UCLA’s Yongkang Xue has been learning how land temperature and moisture influence major climate patterns.
A UCLA-led study reveals a “geography of inequality” across the region’s coastal areas.
UCLA’s Daniel Swain has become one of the nation’s most sought-after experts on the urgency of combating climate change.
Environmental institute director spreads UCLA’s expertise from Southern California to the southern tip of the world.
A UCLA study suggests emissions from basic American diet are equivalent to driving a car up to 20 miles per day.
Hall, who assumed the role March 1, focuses on developing regional climate models to help spur science-informed action on climate change.
“The Power of Nature,” edited by the UCLA anthropologist, explores how people have responded to volcanoes, epidemics and droughts.
UCLA researchers say climate change could accelerate slightly if dust levels stop climbing.
UCLA researchers found that about 20% of the population visits facilities designated to help residents when temperatures spike.
The UCLA engineering professor and colleagues take approaches to mitigating climate change that are considered unlikely by some.
The Nature Positive Universities Alliance commits higher education institutions to take action that helps ecosystems thrive.
A UCLA-led study finds that governments often change course after increasing gas taxes and reducing subsidies to producers.