Climate Change Blog Posts


Coral’s fight for climate survival, explained in DNA

March 29, 2022

Life finds a way.






World Seagrass Day

March 01, 2022

Join us in a celebration of all things seagrass! March 1st is World Seagrass Day, and we're taking an in-depth look at what seagrasses are, how they interact with marine coastal ecosystems, and how they're being impacted by climate change.






Climate Change: Grief, Anxiety, Joy, and Art

September 02, 2021

This article is a guest post by Ashley Smart, a Ph.D. candidate at UC Davis, and a recipient of the 2020-2021 Bilinski Fellowships at Bodega Marine Laboratory. This blog is featured here because we recognize the need to showcase diverse viewpoints and experiences. The views and opinions expressed in this piece do not necessarily reflect the position of the Institute, UC Davis, or the UC system.






In Acidic Oceans, Lineage and Experience May be the Key to Red Abalone Survival

August 11, 2021

The flashlight illuminates tens of thousands of swirling, floating specks, each no bigger than a breadcrumb. Raising my voice to be heard over the low roar of machinery in the wet lab, I ask Dr.