Dorothy Green's leadership charted a course of building consensus and integration and challenged us to think 'upstream' where the impact begins

This week for #SummerScienceFriday we explore the wild of the LA River providing information from our LA River watershed monitoring, as well as a citizen science biodiversity survey for you to use!

Known to be a hotspot for biodiversity, California’s Mediterranean clima...

Climate change has become a very hot topic these days (no pun intended).  Between news headlines such as President Trump’s withdrawal from the Paris Agreement, buzzwords like “climate justice,” and phrases thrown around by scientists and policymakers such as “2 degrees...

Majoring in Physics and minoring in Math from Occidental College, Jad Eways has focused most of his academic career on how to take a holistic approach to environmental change. In his home country of Palestine, Jad has a constant reminder of how limited access to natura...

One of the five questions addressed by the Los Angeles River Watershed Monitoring Program (LARWMP) is “Is it Safe to Swim?”  Prior to LARWMP, we knew very little about bacteria concentrations at sites thousands of visitors swim in every year. This question looks at bac...

The Los Angeles River Watershed

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Yareli Sanchez, B.S. in Biological Science, M.S. in Ecology, Ph.D candidate in Environmental Science & Engineering | UCLA

I have spent much of my scientific research and professional career working to understand the intr...

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