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Craig Carlson, chair of UC Santa Barbara’s Department of Ecology, Evolution, and Marine Biology (EEMB), has received the G. Evelyn Hutchinson Award from ASLO.
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Learn about the role that disasters such as wildfires play in the environment with this infographic and these Hazards series of blog posts.
Prof. Vyacheslav Zobin discusses volcanic seismology, his research and work in the field.
The worst natural disasters in world history are happening right now and increasing in frequency.
A recap of Superstorm Sandy and it's role on environmental research, two years later.
Elsevier’s Earth Systems and Environmental Science Reference Module and Hazards and Disaster series will help you understand the science of volcanoes.
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