How will Utah deal with increased demand for water in the future? Build more infrastructure, conserve, or both? That debate is now taking place in southern Utah.
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.
As Utah's water needs grow with a rising population, the temptation is to siphon water from the state's largest water user, agriculture. Can farmlands survive a growing urban thirst?
New practices promise to reduce the pollution that stormwater brings, and turn stormwater into a resource that can help replenish parched lands.
Reductions in federal budgets for science and technology are forcing scientists to increasingly rely on philanthropy and crowdfunding to fund their research. Are we prepared for the consequences?
Scientists are studying how beavers could be used as a tool for stream restoration and are looking to you for help.
Salt Lake City’s Red Butte Creek offers a unique opportunity for scientists to study how a mountain stream changes when it enters an urban environment.
Dust events occur regularly each spring along the Wasatch Front, and they could be impacting how much water is ultimately available for Utah residents.
The progress of the early human migration from Asia into the Americas was incredibly slow. In fact, the people whose descendants ended up populating the American continents may have spent as many as 10,000 years inhabiting the Bering Land bridge.
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