We prepare graduate researchers for careers that integrate science with management and policy while advancing Climate Adaptation Science for the threatened landscape of the Interior West.
About the Program
CAS Trainee Hongchao Zhang Examines Relationship Between Air Quality and Wintertime Canyon Visitation
Zhang and faculty member Jordan Smith determined the influence of a variety of "push" and "pull" factors.
Hager and colleagues from her CAS internship with the USDA California Climate Hub focus on resilience to fire and drought.
Morrisett (CAS Cohort 3 PhD Student) completed a summer internship with the Center during her undergraduate career at Stanford.
Joanna Endter-Wada and Karin Kettenring contributed a guest editorial to the October edition of Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment on the value of wetlands to mitigate weather catastrophes.
The report highlights the roles and experiences of some of the women who have been pathﬁnders as scientists, cartographers, editors, and professional support staff at the USGS. Dr. Reed appears on page 77.
The tool is a response to significant pollinator losses that threaten food security and ecosystem sustainability.
Wilkins and colleagues in the Institute of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism at USU produced the report for the The City of Boulder Open Space and Mountain Parks Department.
Pearse is a 2018 recipient of a National Science Foundation MacroSystems Biology and Early NEON Science Award