New research shows that orphaned juvenile elephants have less chance of survival in a herd.
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An interdisciplinary group of Colorado State University researchers is part of a $15 million National Science Foundation research network created to enhance sustainability, equity and resilience in the Intermountain West.
Joel Berger and George Wittemyer are part of an international team that will create the first-ever global atlas of hooved mammal migrations.
Industry can reduce greenhouse gas emissions by as much as 50% in some regions, based on the research.
People experienced decreased pain, lower stress and improved mood after listening to natural sounds.
Sen. Bennet praised the “terrific work” by the roundtable members to reimagine climate policy.
Professor Joel Berger recently worked on bighorn sheep conservation with Navajo tribal authorities, veterinarians and scientists.
These data will allow scientists to better assess how our climate might look in the future.