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Posts From Jennifer Dimas

Jennifer Dimas

Jennifer Dimas

Is global warming being accelerated in the Arctic?

The soils in the Arctic have banked more carbon over thousands of years than the carbon contained in all of the world’s vegetation and the earth’s atmosphere combined.

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GPS, cell phones help protect African elephants

The viral spread of smartphones has jumped a species. African elephants are now also benefiting, thanks to new software algorithms developed by researchers and conservationists.

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Study: More than 100,000 African elephants killed

New research reveals an estimated 100,000 elephants in Africa were killed for their ivory between 2010 and 2012.

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Traffic noise puts prairie dogs on high alert

The cost of living near a freeway may be on the rise, for wildlife. Expanding roadways and traffic world-wide is a key contributor to habitat fragmentation, and researchers at Colorado State University have discovered that anthropogenic noise from road traffic

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Preserving cultural heritage during war – it’s all in the cards

War has its casualties, and for centuries combat zones have stacked the cards against cultural heritage preservation.

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College Scorecard places CSU among the top universities for quality and affordability

Colorado State University, among the nation’s leading research universities, also ranks highly for graduation rates and affordability, according to the newly released College Scorecard developed by the U.S. Department of Education. World-class education The College Scorecard makes it easier to

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