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…

Ecoss presents at virtual #AGU2020

Many Ecoss researchers are presenting at the annual fall meeting of the American Geophysical Union taking place online Dec 1-17. Everyone who is registered for the meeting can join live online Q&As or view sessions and posters at anytime. Check out this guide to learn more about Ecoss presenters and sessions. Historically, the Read more…

LongSoldier-poster for web

Ecoss hosts Layli Long Soldier reading

The Ecoss and McAllister collaboration on Community, Culture and the Environment is honored to welcome poet Layli Long Soldier to NAU February 21, 2019 for a public reading. Long Soldier is the author of Whereas, a finalist for the National Book Award in 2017. She was awarded a National Artist Fellowship Read more…

Ecoss representation at AGU 2018

Ecoss students, postdocs, and faculty are presenting their exciting work at the Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union in Washington, DC, December 10-14 2018.  We have put together a guide of where to find Ecoss at AGU. Download the PDF here.