A recent study called NABat: A top down, bottom-up solution to collaborative continental-scale monitoring, co-authored by Jeremy Siemers, leader of the zoology team at Colorado Natural Heritage Program at Colorado State University, presents a continental-wide, collaborative monitoring effort called the North American Bat Monitoring Program.
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Ph.D. student in the Department of Geosciences Juli Scamardo, does a Q&A with AGU and shares how her research into ephemeral streams in the Colorado River Basin has inspired her future career goals.
Postdoctoral researcher Christopher Kotalik of the Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology department, was awarded the SETAC/ICA Chris Lee Award for Metals Research to recognize his dissertation work, which used a combination of mesocosm and field experiments, and biomonitoring of impacted streams to estimate sensitivity of stream communities to metals.
It is not every day that an assignment in a college course has a tangible outcome in the real world, but that was the case for Colorado State University students participating in the Spring 2020 Practicing Sustainability course when their recommendations for lessening carbon emissions were instated by the Colorado Natural Heritage Program.
Five questions with 2020 Warner graduate Nick Schrader, Human Dimensions of Natural Resources
Environmental scientist Dr. who spent two years at Colorado State University completing post-doctoral sustainability research in the Warner College of Natural Resources has won an award for her research into the protection and sustainable use of African rainforests.
The upcoming webinar Their Voice is Ours: Indigenous Perspectives on the Wolf Nation. will be held Wednesday, October 21 at 5 pm MST. It is free and open to the public. Register today.
Sara Van Hatten, a fifth-year senior majoring in ecosystem science and sustainability at Warner College of Natural Resources, experienced a grant-funded experiential trip to India in the summer of 2019 that gave her real-world application of her studies in sustainability.
The upcoming webinar Wolf restoration in Colorado: What can we learn from Yellowstone? will take place on Zoom on Wednesday, Oct. 14, at 5 p.m. MST.