Scientists from Mexico and the U.S. discovered new hydrothermal vents and six possible new animal species during a 33-day expedition off the coast of California using underwater robots
Elkhorn Slough: Detecting Eutrophication through Geospatial Modeling
Category: Land Cover Change and Disturbances Project Team: Elkhorn Slough: Detecting Eutrophication through Geospatial Modeling Team Location: Elkhorn Slough Ecological Forecasting Authors: Irma Caraballo Álvarez Abigail Childs Kirsten Jurich Mentors/Advisors: Dr. Juan L. Torres-Pérez (Bay Area Environmental Research Institute) Dr. Sherry L. Palacios (Bay Area Environmental Research Institute) Past/Other Contributors: Chippie Kislik (Center Lead) Martha Sayre Abstract: Elkhorn Slough in Monterey, … Read More
Demonstration Projects Aim to Measure Marine Biodiversity
U.S. agencies have launched a pilot project to establish a marine biodiversity observation network. The program, to measure marine biodiversity and integrate data across organizations, faces huge challenges but even greater rewards
Dot Earth Blog: A Climate Analyst Clarifies the Science Behind California’s Water Woes
IEEE announces 4th Global Humanitarian Technology Conference in October 2014
The fourth-annual IEEE Global Humanitarian Technology Conference (GHTC) will take place 10-13 October 2014 in Silicon Valley, California.