Huntly to Participate in Science, Stories, and Sustainability Workshop at Intermountain Sustainability Summit

CAS Director Nancy Huntly will discuss the Fourth National Climate Assessment during the session on Friday, March 22, in Shepherd Union, Room 404

Who Recognizes Heat Risks?

Extreme heat poses a growing threat to human health. New research by Peter Howe and colleagues shows that perceptions vary among vulnerable populations, and detailed results of perception studies can provide insights for targeted risk reduction policies.

Cohort 1 Trainee Jeff Haight Publishes CAS Internship Research

Haight and his host (CAS co-PI) Sasha Reed published work on seed bank community and soil texture relationships

Rosenberg’s Lab Publishes New Work on Data Availability and Research Reproducibility in Hydrology and Water Resources

The team used a survey tool to identify key bottlenecks to making work more reproducible.

Greenhouse Gas Reduction Committee Looks to Reduce USU Carbon Footprint

CAS Co-PI Patrick Belmont and other USU faculty bring attention to USU's carbon footprint

Community Conversations on Climate Challenges

CAS students will host an event at the Logan Public Library at 7 p.m. in the Jim Bridger Room. The Fourth National Climate Assessment will be introduced, along with breakout discussions on topics relevant to Cache Valley. Family-friendly, light refreshments provided.

What channels and sources do people prefer for information on nature-related topics?

Emily Wilkins and colleagues publish their findings in PLoS ONE

Trisha Atwood and Colleagues Publish in Science

The team reviews how animals move large amounts of carbon across landscapes.

USU Grad Students Gain Cross-Disciplinary Skills to Tackle Climate Change

Cohort 1 and their fire paper are featured in Utah State Today.

CAS Students and Faculty to Present at AGU Fall Meeting

Students and faculty will present research related to the CAS Studio research class, theses, and more. Click the title above for presentation details.