Professor Hernández Ayala Published on Climate Trends
In this study, climate trends in oceanic and atmospheric parameters (including the sea surface temperatures, ocean heat content, cloud cover, mid-level humidity, vertical wind shear, and sea level pressure) were used to model the tropical cyclone,
Professor Hernández Ayala Comments on Hurricane Fiona
Professor Hernández Ayala's groundbreaking research linking climate change and extreme weather is providing context as scientists begin to compare Hurricane Maria and Hurricane Fiona.
Professor Clark: CAL FIRE Wildfire Severity Modeling Research
By Katia Katunaric, GEP Senior
Congratulations GEP & GLBL Studies Spring 22 Graduates
We are so proud of all your hard work and efforts!
Toriann Cruz Abercrombie
Abraham De Jesus (DJ) Ayala
Vance P Barnum
Climate Change and Rainfall: Professor José Javier Hernández Ayala Quoted in the Washington Post
Research on Climate change reveals hourly hurricane rainfall totals in 2020 were up 11 percent, compared with those in the preindustrial era.
Interdisciplinary Tree Canopy Fire Research
Professor Matthew Clark and past GEP undergraduate students Corbin Matley and Michelle Villasenor worked with Masters graduate student Brianne Forbes and professor Lisa Bentley in Biology on a study to assess different forms of remote sensing tech
Campus Garden Makes Noma News
The fruits of a labor of love are paying off in the campus garden. Taming the weed haven that took over during COVID lockdowns was no easy task, but Garden Steward, Sophia Pruden and team rose to the challenge.
Congratulations GEP & GLBL Studies Fall 2021 Graduates
Fall 2021 Graduates
Sabrina R. Bennett
Brenet Meranville-Brisebois Butler
Alicia J. Campos
Isaiah Bishop Cervantes