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Changing atmospheric conditions may contribute to stronger ocean wave activity on the Antarctic Peninsula

A new study led by CSU provides important details on the extent of sea ice in the Antarctic Peninsula.

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Ag alumnus to serve on EPA Board of Scientific Counselors

CSU alumnus Robert Richardson, who graduated with his Ph.D. in agricultural and resource economics in 2002, has been appointed to the Board of Scientific Counselors of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

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Outdoor recreation in protected areas negatively impacts wildlife

A new study led by CSU and the Wildlife Conservation Society found that recreation activities in protected areas are impacting wildlife.

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Amelia Howe, Warner College of Natural Resources

Devoted to the environment and urban planning, and a Warner Ram through and through.

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Colorado State Forest Service, NOCOShares donate Christmas trees

The Colorado State Forest Service teamed up with Northern Colorado Shares to provide more than 200 fresh-cut Christmas trees for families in need.

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Microbial traits, not plants, determine abundance of soil organic matter

Researchers offer new evidence for microbial pathways being the chief originator of organic matter found in stable soil carbon pools.

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Conservation leadership students aim for change

Master’s students address global conservation issues with local market.

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Antolin, Baron, Menoni named fellows of American Association for the Advancement of Science

Antolin and Menoni join 389 other honorees this year, due to their ‘scientifically or socially distinguished efforts to advance science or its applications.’

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Researching the bison’s return to the prairie

Kate Wilkins from the Warner College of Natural Resources is studying the ecological and social impacts of reintroducing bison in Northern Colorado.

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The CSU Marching Band: longest-standing Ram tradition

CSU’s Marching Band is carrying on a time-honored tradition.

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