“Destructive Airbursts: from Tunguska to Chelyabinsk and beyond” will be presented at 4 p.m. on May 1 at the Natural Resources Building, Room 113.
Author Archives: Rob Novak
Microbial Ecologist Ed Hall is on a mission to figure out what single celled species are up to and how they influence the life and ecosystems around them.
New research by CSU, the Wildlife Conservation Society and others shows that residential development research is lacking when it comes to achieving key sustainability objectives.
The CSU Water Center and Warner College of Natural Resources’ Department of Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology will be hosting a book signing and presentation by Professor Fausch on Wednesday, April 1.
For centuries the exceptional memories of elephants have been the theme of fables. Now new research from Professor George Wittemyer of CSU’s Department of Fish, Wildlife and Conservation Biology and his team proves that elephants’ tremendous memories of their habitats and their resources contributes to their survival in challenging environments.
Helping a new generation of sea turtles safely leave the shores of the Baja California Sur was part of a transformative experience for 18 CSU students over winter break.
Thanks to new technology, researchers will have the first glimpse of the earth below the Ross Ice Shelf in Antarctica, filling a gap in our understanding of the Antarctic continent that lies beneath a 1000-foot thick expanse of floating ice the size of Texas.
The Human Dimensions of Natural Resources department in the Warner College of Natural Resources is seeking applicants for the D.R. and Ginny Pulliam Scholars program.