A graduate student gains a new appreciation for middle schoolers when she finds they can be just as passionate about pikas, and the threats to their livlihood, as she is.
Seventh graders gather data to document the plight of a small mammal that could be on the brink of becoming endangered, and interpret the experience through presentations, models, video, art, and poems.
(Audio) Over the next century, local microclimates within Utah will change in unexpected ways. Groups in Moab have different ways of dealing with this unknown.
Climate models project an earlier snowmelt along the Wasatch Front, causing problems for places like Salt Lake City, which depends heavily on snowpack for water.
(Audio) Researcher Lonnie Thompson says a changing environment will be a part of our future. Now how do we deal with it?
(Audio) Sea level has risen and fallen throughout history but is only problematic now that hundreds of millions live at sea level, says researcher Lonnie Thompson.
Labor-intensive and high tech, snowmaking is often a resort’s biggest expense. But it remains essential in the age of climate change.