Researchers from the Natural Resource Ecology Lab at Colorado State University and their partners have completed a historical analysis of greenhouse gas emissions from the U.S. Great Plains that demonstrates the potential to completely eliminate agricultural greenhouse gas emissions from the region.
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Jill Baron, ecologist and senior research scientist with CSU’s Natural Resource Ecology Lab, has been named a 2015 Woman of Vision by Colorado Women of Influence for her work advancing women’s role in science
Warner College of Natural Resources students recently served as digital ambassadors at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park’s Bioblitz, assisting with species inventories and helping participants develop a connection with nature.
The Warner College of Natural Resource’s WUI Center is developing a ‘values at risk’ spatial database to provide information for land managers to improve wildfire risk reduction strategies and responses to wildfires.
Doctoral student Dominique Davíd-Chavez is dedicating her research to the nature of community-based research and ensuring that indigenous knowledge is valued in the sciences and others are taking notice.
To improve the understanding of their constituencies all of the state fish and wildlife agencies in the U.S. have joined forces to commission a nationwide study led by Colorado State University scientists.
Affiliate Fish, Wildlife and Conservation Biology faculty member Sarah Reed has been elected to the Society for Conservation Biology’s Board of Governors to serve as vice president for Programs.
Warner College’s Schutt awarded $1.1 million grant to study formation of Canadian range far from tectonic plates.
Holly Stein, founder and director of CSU’s Center for Applied Isotope Research for Industry and Environment, has been named a Geochemistry Fellow by the Geochemical Society and The European Association of Geochemistry.
Two Warner College of Natural Resources students will receive honors from the Udall Foundation.