And UC Davis researchers are working to restore their West Coast population, which has declined because of over-harvesting and pollution.
UC Berkeley researchers have developed a method using GPS-enabled smartphones to learn about the quality, volume, speed and direction of the flow of water through the Sacramento Delta.
A UC Berkeley graduate student explains his fascination with Central American cloud forests and his efforts to share his passion and research with young students.
UC researchers are part of a national consortium of gardens and arboreta dedicated to preventing extinction of plants.
UC Davis researchers go into rattlesnake country to study the interaction between snakes and squirrels. The snakes are real, but the squirrel is a robot.
Scientists at UC Berkeley and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory use light to convert carbon in tobacco leaves into biofuels.
A UC Berkeley graduate student is helping to restore the Gulf’s blackened marshes with a project that could also aid threatened ecosystems nationwide, including in Northern California.
With the help of wireless sensors, UC researchers observe the cycle of water deep in the soil. Their studies will track how our water and forests respond to climate change.