These data will allow scientists to better assess how our climate might look in the future.
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The effort protects 65,000 acres on the Navajo, Little Navajo and East Fork of the San Juan rivers.
Wetter, cooler weather helped tame wildfires and bolster defenses in trees to ward off invading insects.
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.