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  • Ecology, Evolution, and Marine Biology | UC Santa Barbara |
    and ecological consequences of exposures to chemicals in the environment Caught in a Complex Web In Living Color UCSB s Debora Iglesias Rodriguez is thrilled to study the chalk making phytoplankton turning the ocean turquoise in the Santa Barbara Channel Seeing Without Eyes A new study demonstrates that an octopus s skin possesses the same cellular mechanism for detecting light as its eyes do More News Jobs Quantitative Ecology Faculty

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  • Department Overview | Ecology, Evolution, and Marine Biology | UC Santa Barbara | UC Santa Barbara
    learn in a stunning setting on the shores of the Pacific Santa Barbara Santa Barbara lies on the West coast of the United States 92 miles north of Los Angeles and 332 miles south of San Francisco Visitor Information Directions campus maps parking and contact information Overview About EEMB UCSB Campus Santa Barbara Visitor Information Department Leadership Craig Carlson Professor and Chair 805 893 2541 carlson lifesci ucsb edu Thomas

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  • Research | Ecology, Evolution, and Marine Biology | UC Santa Barbara | UC Santa Barbara
    of the relationships that living organisms have with each other and with their environment including investigations spanning all levels of biological organization from genes to ecosystems Evolution Evolutionary biologist study the process that creates all aspects of biological diversity including the bio molecular processes that mediate plant and animal physiologies and the complex neurological networks that underlie animal behavior Organismal Biology Organismal biology combines taxon specific biological science with recent

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  • Graduate Studies | Ecology, Evolution, and Marine Biology | UC Santa Barbara
    research areas minimum requirements for domestic and international applicants Financial Support Student financial support overview including graduate student research teaching assistantships fellowships and work study financial aid FAQs Answers to common questions asked by prospective graduate students applying to our graduate program Resources EEMB Graduate Student Handbook and Campus Resources Graduate Program Visitor Information Directions campus maps parking and contact information Graduate Overview M A Degree Ph D Degree How

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  • People | Ecology, Evolution, and Marine Biology | UC Santa Barbara | UC Santa Barbara
    researcher directory Students EEMB Graduate Student contact information Staff Administrative technical and research support staff directory People Faculty Researchers Students Staff Department Leadership Craig Carlson Professor and Chair 805 893 2541 carlson lifesci ucsb edu Thomas Even Lecturer SOE and Vice Chair 805 893 2904 even lifesci ucsb edu Gretchen Hofmann Professor and Vice Chair 805 893 6175 hofmann lifesci ucsb edu Catharine Arnold Management Services Officer 805 893 2974

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  • News | Ecology, Evolution, and Marine Biology | UC Santa Barbara | UC Santa Barbara
    has a unique ability It can change the color pattern and even texture of its skin not only for purposes of camouflage but also as a means of communication The most intelligent most mobile and largest of all mollusks these cephalopods use their almost humanlike eyes to send signals to pigmented organs in their skin called chromatophores which expand and contract to alter their appearance Related Links UCSB Press Release New York Times Oakley Evolution Lab The Life Force of African Rivers April 14 2015 The common hippopotamus can spend up to 16 hours a day immersed in rivers and lakes Lumbering out of the water at night these herbivores graze on tropical grasses and consume 80 to 100 pounds in one meal By daybreak having eaten their fill they return to their daytime resting area to rest digest and eventually eliminate This natural process results in millions of tons of hippo dung entering Africa s aquatic ecosystems every year Related Links UCSB Press Release Douglas McCauley A Better Greener World UCSB scientists conduct top caliber botanical research in cutting edge biology greenhouses March 30 2015 At UC Santa Barbara the high tech research greenhouses are more sophisticated than many smart homes Temperature and lighting are automated to create and maintain specific environmental conditions researchers need for experimental work For example when the temperature rises the sensors in the thermostat signal shade cloths to close in order to modify the amount of sunlight coming into the greenhouse Related Links UCSB Press Release Craig Carlson Receives the Hutchinson Award January 21 2015 Craig Carlson chair of UC Santa Barbara s Department of Ecology Evolution and Marine Biology EEMB has received the G Evelyn Hutchinson Award from the Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography ASLO This is the second major

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  • Support Services | Ecology, Evolution, and Marine Biology | UC Santa Barbara | UC Santa Barbara
    community at UCSB Biology Greenhouse Facility Botanical research facility and resources utilized by UCSB faculty researchers and students Jobs Open Faculty positions available in the Department of Ecology Evolution and Marine Biology NRI MCDB Microscopy Facility Instruction and training on advanced light microscopy digital imaging laser scanning confocal microscopy and transmission electron microscopy Support Services Administration Technical Support Room Reservations EEMB Shop Marine Operations Greenhouse NRI MCDB Microscopy Facility Jobs

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  • Giving to EEMB | Ecology, Evolution, and Marine Biology | UC Santa Barbara | UC Santa Barbara
    s most pressing environmental problems and educating the problem solvers of the future Through annual unrestricted support and major gifts designated for special purposes your generosity plays a critical role in our ability to fulfill our mission and is not only deeply appreciated but also greatly needed Unrestricted Support Your unrestricted gift provides the Department with flexibility to support whatever areas are most in need Undergraduate Support Help insure that the environmental problem solvers of the future receive the best training and education possible by supporting field trips research opportunities teaching laboratory equipment and undergraduate fellowships and awards Graduate Support Support graduate education and the future research capabilities of our State and Nation with gifts for graduate fellowships research travel research supplies and equipment attendance at symposia and tuition support Faculty Research and Facilities The excellence of the Department depends on gifts that support Symposia and Distinguished Lecture Series Endowed Faculty Chairs Postdoctoral Fellowships research equipment renovation or replacement of facilities and named Buildings and Laboratories Giving Unrestricted Undergraduate Graduate Faculty Research and Facilities How to Make a Donation You can submit a tax deductible gift to the department online or by mail Donate Online Download Form Campaign for UCSB

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