Research and outreach at CSU is helping inform the future of Colorado’s forest in an ever-shifting landscape of change.
Author Archives: Rob Novak
Research from the U.S. Forest Service and CSU’s Center for Environmental Management of Military Lands illustrates climate change’s potential impacts on cloud forests.
Undergraduates in the SUPER program are showing off their research projects at events this week.
User-friendly tools for wetlands mapping, wetland types, and management resources are part of the new digital clearinghouse.
CSU has joined the Southwest Climate Adaptation Science Center, which is based at the University of Arizona.
Colorado Natural Heritage Program zoologist Rob Schorr is teaming up with Colorado climbers to identify roosting locations of bats in an effort to prepare for white-nose syndrome if it occurs in the state.
Fisheries biologist Brett Johnson surveys 70 Colorado waterways for possum shrimp, a fish forage species introduced in the 1970s.
Fluvial geomorphologist Sara Rathburn reflects on 2013’s flood and its lasting impacts on the landscape.
The addition to the Michael Smith Natural Resources Building is open and welcomes students back to campus.