In June, a NASA-funded team of Colorado State University researchers traveled to Kenya to unveil a new interactive, online tool to help land managers and foresters working in Kenyan and African forests.
The impacts of wildfire can be devastating, but the widespread nature of those impacts and their full costs to society are still being researched.
Galvin Wins University Distinguished Professor Award Award recognizes 30-plus-year career integrating anthropology and conservation and serving CSU May 23, 2022 Josh Zaffos A pioneer in interdisciplinary anthropological research, Dr. Kathleen Galvin has been recognized as a University Distinguished Professor at Colorado State University. Galvin, who has been faculty since 1994 and received her Anthropology bachelor’s […]
Pons Wins CSU Demo Day Award with “Weather Water Watts” Technology Josh Zaffos Diego Pons, Assistant Professor of Geography, has won the Innovation in Liberal Arts Award at the 2022 Colorado State University Demo Day, which showcases and recognizes inventions and technology developed by CSU researchers and professors. Pons’ invention, Weather Water Watts, is an […]
Study: Climatic variability might not drive evolutionary change as much as previously thought By University of Arizona A study led by University of Arizona researchers and Colorado State University Assistant Professor Andrew Du has combined climate-change data during the last 3.5 million years and fossil evidence of mammals in Africa to reveal that times of […]
Guatemala climate scientists look to tree rings for answers at CSU Joshua Zaffos This October, four researchers and technical scientists from INSIVUMEH Guatemala, the country’s meteorological service, spent a week in the Colorado State University Biogeography Lab counting the rings from cored samples of Caribbean pine trees through the lenses of stereo microscopes. The weeklong […]