ABC Action News: “What kind of opportunities did the pandemic present, I think one of those is food security,” Joshua Craver, an assistant professor of controlled environment horticulture at Colorado State University, said.
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Denver Post: To read more on control attempts of Colorado’s hoppers at the Colorado State University Extension Service.
Denver Post: As for temperatures for Denver last month, temperatures ranked in the top 33rd percentile for most of the state, according to Colorado State University.
Denver Post: The enormity of climate-related distress can weigh heavily on Becky Bolinger, the assistant state climatologist, who is based out of CSU.
Denver Post: “Temperatures ranked in the top 33rd percentile for the majority of the state in July,” according to the Colorado Climate Center at Colorado State University.
Fast Company: Melissa Burt is an atmospheric scientist at Colorado State University whose research focuses on the Arctic.
Axios: “Talk about the problem,” said Emily Fischer, a climate scientist at Colorado State University who is part of Science Moms, in a statement.
Seattle Times: For more guidance, Colorado State University Extension has a good guide on washing produce by type.
Science: It has a resolution of 100 meters, five to 10 times greater than a typical weather radar, says V. Chandrasekar of Colorado State University.
VOA: “[Wildfire smoke] is not regulated by local agencies the same way that we regulate things like traffic or tailpipe emissions,” said Sheryl Magzamen, a respiratory epidemiologist at Colorado State University.