Tag "Warner College of Natural Resources"

Summertime Standouts 2017

Our students made a big splash around the world this summer doing internships, research and volunteering abroad.

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Human noise pollution is disrupting parks and wild places

A recent study found human-caused noise in protected areas doubled sound energy in many U.S. protected areas, and that noise was encroaching into the furthest reaches of remote areas.

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Summertime Standouts: Warner College of Natural Resources

Warner Rams squeeze all they can out of their summer vacation by gaining great hands-on experience.

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Investments in conservation easements reap benefits for Colorado

A new analysis from CSU found that each dollar invested by the state for conservation easements produced benefits of between $4 and $12 for Coloradans.

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Why do human beings speak so many languages?

We have few clear answers to fundamental questions about how humanity communicates.

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Digging into a summer of soils

CSU soil scientists brought together researchers, practitioners and industry reps in summer workshops on soil health and ecology.

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Groundwater pumping drying up Great Plains streams, driving fish extinctions

More than half a century of groundwater pumping in the Great Plains has led to long segments of rivers drying up and the collapse of large-stream fishes.

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Media Tip Sheet: Wildfire, air quality, emergency preparedness experts at CSU available to discuss current issues, topics

Note to Editors: As Colorado and the nation’s wildfire season continues, CSU is providing the following list of experts who can address a variety of information about wildfires, air quality, and emergency preparedness. Below are CSU experts whose work is most Read More

Changes in conservation planning can benefit vulnerable mammals

A new multi-dimensional approach to setting wildlife conservation priorities will safeguard more animals.

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Study sheds new light on extinction risk in mammals

A research team led by CSU successfully measured habitat fragmentation for over 4,000 species of land-dwelling mammals.

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