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Persistent places: A new project pulls together diverse groups to define and map climate change

Persistent places: A new project pulls together diverse groups to define and map climate change

A project that unites land managers, citizens, and scientists to jointly understand how Colorado Front Range ecosystems and public lands are responding to pressures from people and climate change has been funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF).

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Rare earth elements and old mines spell trouble for Western water supplies

Rare earth elements and old mines spell trouble for Western water supplies

Acid rock and mine drainage into Western streams is a problem. Climate change is making it worse.

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In memoriam: Rolf Kihl

In memoriam: Rolf Kihl

Rolf Kihl, a meticulous and inventive scientist who established INSTAAR’s Sedimentology Lab and ran it for decades, passed away on January 19, 2021. The INSTAAR community mourns his loss.

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Events Calendar

Graduate student seminar

Dissertation defense - Anna Hermes

Title Revealing modern sulfur cycle change: The biogeochemical fingerprint of agricultural sulfur from field-to-watershed scales Abstract…

INSTAAR seminar: Brandee Carlson - Linking morphodynamics and stratigraphy in fluvio-deltaic systems

Due to an abundance of natural resources, many of the world's large deltas are densely populated. However, these populations are at risk due to…

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Seminars

INSTAAR seminar: Brandee Carlson - Linking morphodynamics and stratigraphy in fluvio-deltaic systems

Due to an abundance of natural resources, many of the world's large deltas are densely populated. However, these populations are at risk due to…

INSTAAR seminar: Lori Bruhwiler

INSTAAR seminar: Kyotaek Hwang - Ground-based infrared thermometry reveals seasonal evapotranspir…


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Graduate student seminar

Graduate student seminar

Graduate student seminar