Colorado State University fire ecologist, Camille Stevens-Rumann, speaks to Nature World News and discusses how endemic and small range plant species are at risk from California wildfires.
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Colorado State University partners with the University of Delaware and other institutions to analyze the migration of birds. This newly studied metric called the ‘stopover-to-passage ratio,’ determines if a majority of birds are flying over a particular site or stopping at the site to refuel or rest.
Colorado State University assistant professor, Rebecca Niemic, speaks to The New York Times on the decision of wolf reintroduction and what it means for livestock and climate change.
Ballot Proposition 114 will be decided on Nov. 3, determining if wolves will be reintroduced in Colorado. Assistant professor Rebecca Niemic writes for News Pronto, discussing the role of the public in this largely debated decision.
Human Dimensions of Natural Resources Academic Success Coordinator, Jacqie Hasan, created the Warner College Peer Support Group for students to come together and share their experiences, struggles and concerns about their lives during the COVID-19 pandemic.