Sunday, January 25, 2015
UC Santa Cruz Leads Climate Change Research Efforts
Researchers at UCSC have developed an innovative plan to incorporate the UC Natural Reserve System in the detection and forecast of California's climate change impact. The proposal to establish a UC-wide Institute for the Study of Ecological and Evolutionary Climate Impacts (ISEECI) received $1.9 million in funding. UCSC Biologist, Barry Sinervo will lead the institute which incorporates all 9 UC undergraduate campuses. For more information, read the full article here.