A new paper addresses how climate change is affecting the evolution of organisms.
The World Research Summit for Tourism and Hospitality: Innovation, Partnerships and Sharing recognized Colorado State University Associate Professor Stuart Cottrell and Cottrell's former Ph.D. student Pavlina McGrady with its 2017 The Abraham L. Pizam Best Paper Award for their paper on “Factors Affecting Corporate Sustainability Among Colorado Ski Resorts: A Mixed-Methods Approach”.
Researchers are monitoring snowpack, soil moisture and streamflow at different elevations across Colorado.
The third annual competition will be held Feb. 12 from 1-4 p.m. in the Lory Student Center Longs Peak room.
This university strongly respects the Constitution and the First Amendment, and the right of even repugnant viewpoints to be spoken and debated in the public space. But Colorado State University also has the right to publicly assert what it values and stands for – so I’d like to take this opportunity to do that here.
For major events, with magnitudes of 7 or greater, California is actually in an earthquake drought. Multiple segments of the expansive San Andreas Fault system are now sufficiently stressed to produce large and damaging events.