Nuclear radiation of any kind would cause widespread devastation, according to a new position paper by the International Biodiversity Network, an organization of globally recognized experts that includes the dean of Colorado State University’s Warner College of Natural Resources.
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Colorado State University’s professional science master’s degree and carbon management certificate programs are helping to train students in the sustainability skills that companies need.
Two recent Colorado State University studies used weather radar to track the movements of aerial insectivores and explore how their patterns have changed over the past 20 years. They examined changes in the birds’ roosting habits to try to determine why the species are declining.
A recent study by a transdisciplinary research team led by Colorado State University found ample evidence of the negative effects of light pollution on migrating animals and a need for more data to help protect them.
“When I decided to come back to school for a science degree, I was nervous about not understanding the material. I worked really hard, asked a lot of questions and excelled in the general science courses. I’m proud of myself for the work I put into this degree.”
A group of more than 40 international scientists, led by Colorado State University faculty, has released a policy brief ahead of the U.N. Convention on Biological Diversity to recommend adoption of a social science tool developed at CSU into the convention’s framework.
Colorado State University snow hydrologist Steven Fassnacht recently traveled to one of the most advanced snow laboratories in the world to study this important resource and how snow influences water management and climate forecasting.