Relevant, dead, or both?: Team wins $15M from Department of Energy to study how microbes’ traits are linked to carbon storage

Do dead microbes control the future of Earth’s climate? A team of researchers led by Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) suspects they might. Using new tools, the team can see which soil organisms are thriving and which are dying in California’s changing climate—and what happens to carbon in their cell Read more…

ESA VirtuaL Meeting Poster. Text reads "Harnessing the Ecological Data Revolution"

Ecoss @ ESA 2020

Many Ecoss students, staff and faculty are presenting at this year’s virtual Ecological Society of America meeting, held Aug. 3 – 6, 2020. Learn where to view their presentations and how to participate virtually from the downloadable Ecoss @ ESA guide below. You can get information about registration here.