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USU-Uintah Basin Student Gets Hands-on Experience with USDA Wildlife Service

USU-Uintah Basin Student Gets Hands-on Experience with USDA Wildlife Service

09/17/2018

Morgan Larsen, a Utah State University-Uintah Basin (USU) student, received the Berryman Institute Scholarship that, in addition to the monetary award, provided Larsen the opportunity to spend the summer working for the United States Department of Agricul...

Researchers Study How Wolf Predation Shapes Elk Antler Evolution

Researchers Study How Wolf Predation Shapes Elk Antler Evolution

09/04/2018

What happens when you mix a biologist who studies beetle horns with scientists who spend their time exploring predator-prey dynamics? You get a better understanding of why elk shed their antlers much later than males of any other North American species

Bonneville cutthroat flourish in the Right Hand Fork of the Logan River

Bonneville cutthroat flourish in the Right Hand Fork of the Logan River

08/16/2018

In 2012 there were no Bonneville cutthroat trout in the Right Hand Fork of the Logan River. A recent survey of the tributary has revealed the native fish is flourishing. - Harold Journal

USU-Uintah Basin Student Gets Hands-on Experience with USDA Wildlife Service

USU-Uintah Basin Student Gets Hands-on Experience with USDA Wildlife Service

09/17/2018

Morgan Larsen, a Utah State University-Uintah Basin (USU) student, received the Berryman Institute Scholarship that, in addition to the monetary award, provided Larsen the opportunity to spend the summer working for the United States Department of Agricul...

Researchers Study How Wolf Predation Shapes Elk Antler Evolution

Researchers Study How Wolf Predation Shapes Elk Antler Evolution

09/04/2018

What happens when you mix a biologist who studies beetle horns with scientists who spend their time exploring predator-prey dynamics? You get a better understanding of why elk shed their antlers much later than males of any other North American species

Bonneville cutthroat flourish in the Right Hand Fork of the Logan River

Bonneville cutthroat flourish in the Right Hand Fork of the Logan River

08/16/2018

In 2012 there were no Bonneville cutthroat trout in the Right Hand Fork of the Logan River. A recent survey of the tributary has revealed the native fish is flourishing. - Harold Journal

Flaming Gorge Pipeline Doubtful: Water War Anyway

Flaming Gorge Pipeline Doubtful: Water War Anyway

07/06/2018

Opposition is mounting rapidly to a Colorado man’s proposal to pipe Green River water from Utah to the Denver area — and the objections aren’t coming only from the usual suspects.

USU-Uintah Basin Holds First Earth Observation and GIS Event

USU-Uintah Basin Holds First Earth Observation and GIS Event

07/05/2018

Utah State University-Uintah Basin hosted an Earth Observation and GIS (geographic information system) day for local high school students.

When Hot Is Too Hot

When Hot Is Too Hot

06/01/2018

Visitors to national parks in Utah, as well as many other tourism destinations, make decisions based on weather conditions. But will climate change affect the way tourists experience Utah’s national parks?

The Science Behind the Story

The Science Behind the Story

05/11/2018

How did the urban forest come into being and succeed? Utah State University researcher Joanna Endter-Wada worked with researchers from the University of Utah with funding from iUTAH to answer this question.

Great Salt Lake: A lake no more?

Great Salt Lake: A lake no more?

05/10/2018

There are two things the waters of the Great Salt Lake and agricultural lands have in common: they are both in steady, rapid decline.

'Interesting creatures': USU professor discusses world of ecology
South Canyon Sage-Grouse on Wild About Utah

South Canyon Sage-Grouse on Wild About Utah

04/13/2018

South Canyon Sage-Grouse on Wild About Utah

Upcoming iUtah Workshops Highlight Communication As Key to Collaboration
Report: Snowmobilers Decline Despite Rising Utah Population

Report: Snowmobilers Decline Despite Rising Utah Population

03/06/2018

LOGAN, Utah (AP) — The number of Utah snowmobilers is declining despite an increase in the state's population, a report by Utah State University has found.

Between the lines: Tree rings hold clues about a river's past

Between the lines: Tree rings hold clues about a river's past

03/05/2018

LOGAN, UTAH - Hydrologists are looking centuries into the past to better understand an increasingly uncertain water future.

A Close Look at the Big Picture

A Close Look at the Big Picture

03/03/2018

Utah State University environment and society professor Chris Monz, his former student Ashley D’antonio and Kevin Gutzwiller demonstrate the impacts of recreationists on wildlife populations.

Thad Box Reminisces

Thad Box Reminisces

02/28/2018

Early ’70s were heady times on Utah State University campus

The Life and Death of Pando

The Life and Death of Pando

02/28/2018

Researchers have partially hidden earth's largest life-form behind a small protective fence.

Local Yamaha dealer provides ATVs for USU sage grouse research

Local Yamaha dealer provides ATVs for USU sage grouse research

01/30/2018

A local Yamaha dealer is providing two ATVs to Utah State University researchers to help study the interactions between sage grouse and motorized recreation.

Seeking the Source of the Vanishing Great Salt Lake

Seeking the Source of the Vanishing Great Salt Lake

01/08/2018

The Great Salt Lake in Utah is roughly the same area as 75 Manhattans. It feeds and houses millions of birds of hundreds of species, provides the namesake of Utah’s capital city and some credit it for the state’s trademarked claim to “the greatest snow on...