Scientific American: “The fire seasons are lengthening, getting more severe, and wildland firefighters are seeing fire behavior that we haven’t seen before,” says Camille Stevens-Rumann, an assistant professor of forest and rangeland stewardship at Colorado State University, who was not …
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Loveland Reporter-Herald: The panel was moderated by Colorado State University’s Colorado Water Center executive director Jennifer Gimbel.
Scientific American: Fionna M. D. Samuels is a 2022 AAAS Mass Media Fellow at Scientific American. She’s pursuing a Ph.D. in chemistry at Colorado State University. Follow her on Twitter @Fairy__Hedgehog
Denver Post: One critic called the Upper Colorado River Commission’s five-point plan “meaningless gibberish” but Jennifer Gimbel, senior water policy scholar at Colorado State University’s Water Center, said it’s the strongest action she’s seen from the states in recent years.
Smithsonian Magazine: After spending decades searching for evidence of a rare marine phenomenon called the “milky seas,” an atmospheric scientist at Colorado State University finally got to see in-person photos of the event, reports Linda Geddes at The Guardian.
CBS 4 Colorado: If you love flowers, Colorado State University would love your input Saturday, August 6. That’s the day set for public evaluation of the Trial Garden.
KOA Radio: CSU Climatologist Peter Goble discusses the current heat wave and climate change.
Coloradoan: Colorado State University has announced a sole finalist for its next police chief.
9 News Denver: The daily temperature has been measured on the campus of Colorado State University in Fort Collins for 127 years. And Tuesday was the warmest day ever recorded.
Fox 31 Denver: While an average year has about 14 named storms, Colorado State University predicts 20 named storms this year.