WCNR assistant professor Sean Gallen co-authored a new study that used radiocarbon dating to reveal the severity and impacts of natural disasters throughout the Mediterranean.
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The National Science Foundation has granted nearly $400,000 to a team of scientists from Colorado State University, University of Colorado Boulder and University of Louisville. The study will investigate the impacts of social and environmental changes as a driver of human migration in Tanzania.
Conservation Biologist at CSU Kevin Crooks speaks to the Adventure Journal on how the influx of crowds and human waste is having an effect on natural lands and campgrounds. Is it time for changes in public land access and recreation?
State Forester Mike Lester of the Colorado State Forest Service at CSU gives his input on four possible bills referring to fire mitigation and suppression.
Geosciences professor Rick Aster speaks to the Denver Gazette about how glacial vibrations or “humming,” can indicate vulnerabilities to cracking, melting, or other disturbances.
Associate professor Courtney Shultz speaks on how public investment in wildfire mitigation is the next step towards creating resources in wildfire fuel reduction.
On February 22, the 2020-2021 cohort for Faculty Institute for Inclusive Excellence (FIIE) hosted the sixth annual presentation and award ceremony for faculty across all colleges and recognized Anna Lavoie, an assistant professor in the Department of Human Dimensions of Natural Resources for practicing inclusive excellence in her classroom.
The National Science Foundation has granted over $700,000 to a team of scientists at Colorado State University to study the decision-making process involving community wildfire protection, the efficacy of risk mitigation and the relationships between local, state and federal actors in wildfire management across Colorado.
The Center for Collaborative Conservation (CCC) has announced its eleventh cohort in their Conservation Fellows Program. In partnership with the Warner College of Natural Resources Diversity and Inclusion Program, the 2021 request for proposals encouraged participation from underrepresented groups and projects that engage marginalized communities that are typical underserved.
ScienceMag features CSU ecologists Julie Savidge and Tom Siebert and their recent discovery of a new form of snake locomotion. Partnered with the University of Cincinnati, this research may explain the success of the highly invasive brown tree snake.