Professor Kathryn Stoner is the new head of the Department of Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology.
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Joel Berger’s latest travels took him to the Patagonia Ice Fields, where he tracked the huemul, Chile’s national mammal.
A new study led by watershed scientist Matthew Ross found a dramatic increase in the chemical weathering rates of mined landscapes.
In a new study, researchers have uncovered intriguing changes in snowfall and warming winter temperatures along the Rocky Mountains.
HDNR researcher Michael Gavin, and others, have uncovered evidence that agriculture arose when environmental conditions were improving, and populations lived in greater densities.
New research helps explain why the structure of some mountains continues to evolve long after the tectonic forces that formed them cease.
Young elephants who have lost either their mothers or the matriarchs of their herd change where they live in response to the loss.
In a new study, researchers found that snow persistence can be used to map patterns of annual streamflow in dry parts of the western U.S.
The Dept. of Human Dimensions of Natural Resources has signed an agreement with the University of Andorra to offer courses in ski area management.
A new study found that while predators like mountain lions are generally fearful of and avoid humans, hunger can dampen that fear.