CSU In The News Archive

How to Make Sure Wildfire Shelters Save Firefighters’ Lives

Outlet: Scientific American

July 25, 2022

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 …

Polar Bears That Persist

Outlet: Scientific American

July 25, 2022

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

First Images of Mysterious ‘Milky Seas’ Captured

Outlet: Smithsonian Magazine

July 25, 2022

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.

Warm nights causing record heat on the Front Range

Outlet: 9 News Denver

July 21, 2022

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.