Researchers across UMBC are using unique, interdisciplinary approaches to explore global environmental challenges
These landscapes can still be grazed, mowed, or harvested as long as these activities sustain or restore native species diversity.
While far too high to smell, smoke from wildfires in the western U.S. caused spectacularly hued sunsets from New York to D.C. to Missouri.
Alumna leading the Governor’s Office of Service and Volunteerism draws on her UMBC grit to coordinate COVID-19 response across Maryland.
A team of scientists have developed a new world map highlighting three conditions of landscapes that will need to be approached differently if we are to succeed in conserving biodiversity.
To build a more robust Earth science in the “human age,” the human sciences must play as central a role as the natural sciences do today.
Watch the full lifespan of a dragonfly in this animation created by UMBC designer Layla Thompson-Koch.
Despite conservation efforts, the global rate of loss of tropical forests is accelerating, reaching a 15-year high in 2016.
The restoration of Maryland’s Blode Dam is a one-of-a-kind natural experiment that will help test how relatively inexpensive drones can help scientists understand the integrity of streams and rivers.