Grass-Cast was designed for ranchers and land managers in the Northern Plains.
Understanding the diversity of soil organic matter can help science, government and agriculture move forward with carbon sequestration to help reverse the tide of climate change while increasing the health of our soils.
Professor Dennis Ojima has been active in global environmental change research and assessments for 30 years.
Undergraduates in the SUPER program are showing off their research projects at events this week.
CSU scientists will discuss the importance of diverse perspectives in biodiversity science and conservation.
CSU faculty and graduate students are attending the 24th session of the UN Climate Change conference.
Protecting and restoring natural lands could offset almost one-quarter of the nation’s current net annual emissions.
Keith Paustian served on a 17-member national committee whose goal was to develop a research agenda and recommended actions for effective carbon dioxide removal and reliable sequestration methods.