Climate change impacts to parks are already costly and hard to manage, according to findings by a team including UA scientists.
Questions about poetry, lnaguage, and our role in combatting climate change posed to georgapher and poet Eric Magrane in honor of the UA Poetry Center's series on Climate Change and Poetry.
An interdisciplinary team at the University has received federal funding to structure and launch a program encouraging careers with the U.S. Navy.
Grasslands and grass crops, covering much of the world's land area and providing half of the calories humans eat, may be unable to respond quickly enough to a changing climate that is outpacing the plants' ability to adapt.
Yoshira Ornelas Van Horne, a doctoral student at the University of Arizona Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health, led an environmental toxicology training and household exposure sampling campaign with community health representatives (CHRs) from the Navajo Department of Health.
Forecasts through November favor above-average temperatures in the Rio Grande/Basin area.