Graduate students are set to embark on new lines of environmental research.
Following graduation, Pharazyn aims to land a job combining her interests in outreach and education.
Outstanding Geosciences graduate Tavon Boaman married music, science and environmental education to learn to share knowledge in unique ways.
Rep. Neguse said that he would like to find ways to leverage the skills and ingenuity of students in the room.
The Trump administration is proposing to redefine a key term in the Clean Water Act that describes which streams, lakes, wetlands and other water bodies qualify for federal protection.
A research team led by CSU has uncovered the supernatural sounds of winds blowing across snow dunes on Antarctica’s Ross Ice Shelf.
Fluvial geomorphologist Sara Rathburn reflects on 2013's flood and its lasting impacts on the landscape.
SoGES will host a panel discussion Sept. 12 on the impact of the Northern Integrated Supply Project.
In a new study, researchers have uncovered intriguing changes in snowfall and warming winter temperatures along the Rocky Mountains.