Christina Ravelo, professor of ocean sciences at UC Santa Cruz and UCSC Stable Isotope Laboratory co-director, has received the 2013-14 Outstanding
Faculty Award from the Division of Physical and Biological Sciences. The annual award is the division's highest
honor for faculty achievement, recognizing combined excellence in research, teaching, and service.
Long-term human influenced dietary habits of Yosemite National Park black bears explored by UCSC scientist Jack Hopkins, Paul Koch, and colleagues.
SIL Co-Director Paul Koch honored as a Fellow of the California Academy of Sciences. See story here.
Diversity of great white shark diet was shown to be greater than previously thought based on research by UC Santa Cruz colleagues Sora Kim, Paul Koch, and James Estes along with co-author M. Tim Tinker of the U.S. Geological Survey. This work was highlighted in the Los Angeles Times.
SIL Co-Director Paul Koch has been named Dean of the UC Santa Cruz Division of Physical and Biological Sciences.
SIL Co-Director Paul Koch was quoted in the New York Times on research showing that a tiny Paleocene horse Sifrhippus, the first horse, grew even smaller during the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum climatic warming event.
SIL Co-Director Christina Ravelo has been selected as an American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fellow.
SIL Co-Directors Paul Koch and Jim Zachos's research on Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum (PETM) climatic warming event is featured in an National Geographic article "Earth Before the Ice" in the October 2011 issue.
SIL Co-Director Paul Koch has been appointed Interim Dean of the UC Santa Cruz Division of Physical and Biological Sciences.
SIL co-director Christina Ravelo (Ocean Sciences) sails as co-chief scientist on Integrated Ocean Drilling Project (IODP) Expedition 323 to investigate Bearing Sea Paleoceanography.
SIL co-director Christina Ravelo (Ocean Sciences) gives the 2008 Emiliani Lecture at the American Geophysical Union Meeting in San Francisco on "Lessons from the Pliocene Warm Period and the Onset of Northern Hemisphere Glaciation".
UCSC SIL has been funded by the National Science Foundation for a new Dual-Inlet Isotope Ratio Mass Spectrometer with individual acid drip system for very small calcium carbonate samples.
SIL co-director Jim Zachos (Earth and Planetary Sciences) recieves prestigious Humbolt Research Award. See Humbolt Award for details.
SIL Co-Director Jim Zachos has been selected as an American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fellow.
May 19, 2006: UCSC Stable Isotope Laboratory Symposium
In recognition of the new continuous flow instruments added to the UCSC stable isotope facility a Symposium is being run to highlight the new analytical capabilities.