Tag "Warner College of Natural Resources"

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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‘The best part was being outdoors:’ CO high school students explore mountains, prairie

Warner College of Natural Resources hosted 9th-12th graders as part of the Alliance STEM Institute, with a focus on Earth science and sustainability.

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Native American high schoolers get taste of college, STEM fields at CSU institute

Nearly 30 Native American students from Denver, Fort Collins and New Mexico got a hands-on taste of college life and possible careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics during the Native American STEM Institute at CSU last week.

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Media Tip Sheet: CSU experts available to discuss variety of summer topics

Note to Reporters: Experts at Colorado State University can talk about a wide variety of summer subjects, from weather and wildfire to plant care and water science. The resources listed below are for reporter use only and not intended for publication. Read More

Brian Gerber drawn to study of rare species, unique biodiversity

Brian Gerber has studied Javan rhinos, Madagascar carnivores and Sandhill cranes.

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New app helps determine if trees are susceptible to emerald ash borer

A new app helps quickly ascertain whether a tree may be a potential target for the emerald ash borer.

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