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  • Posted on November 2, 2014
    Costa Rica: New trail in paradise

    This past January a group of CALS students found themselves bushwhacking through a dense mountain forest in Costa Rica, crossing paths with monkeys, colorful birds, […]

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    Kazakhstan: Dam monitoring protects water supply

    Unpredictable flooding and droughts, which scientists predict will intensify with climate change, elevate the importance of dams for managing and storing water, even in places […]

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    Keeping Track of Wolf Deaths

    Illegal killing seems to be rising, says wildlife ecology professor Tim Van Deelen

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    To the Ends of the Earth

    Decades of field research at both poles has given soil scientists James Bockheim a front-row seat on climate change.

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    Connecting Our Ways of Knowing

    A CALS partnership engages Native American kids in science by integrating indigenous knowledge into teaching and learning

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    New Life for a Grand Old Tree

    The Goff Family invites you to sit on a branch of their family tree at the D.C. Smith Greenhouse. The Goffs were on campus this […]