Scientists say continued migration may result in significant environmental costs.
Three CSU undergraduates were named finalists for the Harry S. Truman Scholarship, a highly competitive graduate fellowship program for students pursuing public service careers.
Mongolia previously recognized two researchers from the college for their long-term efforts in the country.
A novel approach to combining satellite data with on the ground measurements will improve our understanding of water quality.
Graduate students will present research related to the U.N. Sustainable Development Goals.
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.
Mining operations are major water pollution sources and can cause problems that persist for generations.