USC Dornsife faculty give their top personal top tips for creating a more sustainable future. [5 min read]
Earth scientist William Berelson installs a network of devices designed to create a detailed map of greenhouse gases and other noxious emissions in L.A. neighborhoods. [3½ min read]
Scientists speed up a natural process that occurs deep in the ocean, raising the possibility that humans could help the Earth cope with greenhouse gases.
A renowned and beloved marine geologist who mentored more than 100 graduate students, Donn Gorsline inspired the earth sciences community for more than half a century.
Graduate students from throughout the world attend a USC Dornsife summer course in geobiology. Some of their research takes place at the USC Wrigley Marine Science Center on Catalina Island.
As the inaugural speaker of the USC Dornsife Sustainability Task Force’s Distinguished Lecture Series, renowned ecologist William Schlesinger warns against the “Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse” threatening a sustainable future.
Launched recently by Dean Steve Kay, the USC Dornsife Sustainability Task Force takes on questions affecting people and the environment.
The symbiosis between two new bacteria strains discovered by USC Dornsife researchers is not creating widespread change in the ocean, but in localized zones fixed nitrogen is depleting faster than expected.
USC Dornsife has started a Society for Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS) chapter on campus to promote diversity in all scientific fields.