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CLIMATE ADAPTATION SCIENCE
A new National Science Foundation Research Traineeship (NRT) interdisciplinary graduate program.
Climate Adaptation Science

Join us for a Communicating Science Series, cosponsored by the Ecology Center and Climate Adaptation Science graduate traineeship program.


Climate History in Tree Rings Builds Understanding of Climate Future

Climate History in Tree Rings Builds Understanding of Climate Future

04/12/2019

Knowledge of the past is crucial for adaptation in the future, and research from an ecologist at Utah State University may help promote better understanding of winter weather anomalies by investigating evidence of historic climate and weather.

Rachel Hager, Ecology Grad Student and UPR Science Reporter, Reports on More Precise and Accurate Travel Time for Firefighters Crossing Rough Terrain

Rachel Hager, Ecology Grad Student and UPR Science Reporter, Reports on More Precise and Accurate Travel Time for Firefighters Crossing Rough Terrain

04/11/2019

For wildfire firefighters, knowing exactly how long it takes for them to reach safety is critical, and new research provides more precise information about the time to cross different terrains and different slopes.

SEMINAR SERIES:

Jesse Morris

Dr. Jesse Morris
Research Development Manager, Geology
University of Utah

April 17 @ 4:00 PM - LSB 133
Long-term Perspectives on Environmental
Change: What Does Paleoecology Offer?

April 18 @ 4:00 PM - LSB 133
Black Cats in Dark Rooms: Reconstructing Past Forest Disturbances to Confront an Uncertain Future

2018-2019 Seminar Series