A study from Colorado State University finds new promise for biofuels produced from switchgrass, a non-edible native grass.
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Researchers are monitoring snowpack, soil moisture and streamflow at different elevations across Colorado.
A new study led by Joel Berger has uncovered previously unknown effects of rain-on-snow events, winter precipitation and ice tidal surges on the muskoxen.
A research team led by Colorado State University has mapped the temperature and viscosity of the Earth’s lower crust for the first time.
Gillian Bowser, Julia Klein and Jakob Lindaas attended the Bonn Climate Change Conference in November.
Researchers found significant decreases in tree regeneration following wildfires in the early 21st century.
CSU researchers found that orphaned elephants have less access to mature, dominant individuals than non-orphaned elephants.
Research scientist Dan McGrath has studied glaciers in Alaska, Colorado, Greenland and Antarctica.
Improving the way people manage land could play a bigger role in fighting climate change than previously thought.