Research shows disruptions rippled out from climate change in South America.
Rising temperatures has accelerated the melting of this huge region dramatically since the start of the 21st century.
100-year-old physics model replicates modern arctic ice melt.
Researchers use fluorescence as a proxy to track photosynthesis in evergreen forests.
A U forest ecologist wins the prestigious Packard Fellowship, which allows freedom to pursue creative research directions.
Join the U in celebrating Earth Week, April 9-13.
Society, Water and Climate Research Group melds scientific perspectives toward finding sustainable water solutions in a changing world.
“Being surrounded by mountains is not something I was used to, coming from the East Coast. Having the mountains and that sheer open sky opened my eyes, and having access to that kind of nature literally right behind my dormitory at the university was spectacular.”
New York Times writer, Thomas L. Friedman, shared his thoughts from his new book with business and political leaders and MBA students at Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute symposium.
Could turning the conversation around climate change into a game inspire people to start a community conversation and change behaviors that contribute to the problem?