The spruce beetle remains the most damaging forest pest in the state.
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Camille Stevens-Rumann’s research focuses on how ecosystems recover after major disturbances.
Evangelista is the lead science advisor of the Fort Collins DEVELOP node, one of three programs that is affiliated with a university.
Professor Dennis Ojima has been active in global environmental change research and assessments for 30 years.
Researchers found that even though trains and recreational watercraft are by far the loudest sources of noise, the greatest noise-causing culprits are vehicles and aircraft.
Researchers used GPS tracking data from more than 150 individual elephants followed over 17 years in the Samburu and Buffalo Springs National Reserve in northern Kenya.
The program, now accepting applications, will include writing and messaging for conservation, and social and digital media.
Protecting and restoring natural lands could offset almost one-quarter of the nation’s current net annual emissions.
A research team led by CSU has uncovered the supernatural sounds of winds blowing across snow dunes on Antarctica’s Ross Ice Shelf.