Fisheries biologist Brett Johnson surveys 70 Colorado waterways for possum shrimp, a fish forage species introduced in the 1970s.
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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.
Dr. Joel Berger’s latest book, “Extreme Conservation” is receiving rave reviews including this one featured in Nature.
Read KUNC’s coverage of CSU’s research on the benefits of beaver’s natural engineering to water quantity and the ecosystems they occupy.
New research from CSU’s Matt Bowers’ team featured in the Economist shows It depends on whether you are a pilot whale or a dolphin.
CSU scientists among those recognized with “Wings Across Americas” award for work on the ecology of Mexican spotted owl.
As the national parks brace for throngs of summer visitors hoping to catch a glimpse of wildlife, Colorado State University faculty and students are improving the way parks keep people from getting too close to wild animals.
About a dozen students gathered outside the Durrell Center for a “hiving,” placing honey bees in three newly built hives.