CU Researchers reveal connections between glaciers and sea level rise
While 99 percent of Earth's land ice is locked up in the Greenland and Antarctic ice sheets, the remaining ice in the world's glaciers contributed just as much to sea rise as the two ice sheets combined from 2003 to 2009.
Water, Oil, and Gas Workshop
Recycling and Reuse of Water
This workshop on Tuesday June 11th will cover the technology behind the recycling of produced water, the issue of mandatory recycling, and the legal implications of water reuse and opportunities in Colorado.
Science Discovery Summer Classes
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- Northern hemisphere losing last dry snow region, says CU study
May, 20th 2013
- World’s melting glaciers making large contribution to sea rise
May, 16th 2013
- White House Arctic strategy: What's next for oil, gas drilling?
May, 14th 2013
- Ice-Free Arctic May be in Our Future, Say UMass Amherst, International Researchers
May, 13th 2013
- USDA to fund $10-million research project to study link between farms and climate
May, 8th 2013
- General Motors first automaker to sign call for climate change action
May, 3rd 2013
- Waleed Abdalati, CU Professor of Geography featured in PBS News Hour article, “Antarctica’s Ice Paradox
May, 1st 2013
- 400 PPM atmospheric CO2 levels soon to be surpassed, scientists report from Mauna Loa Observatory
May, 1st 2013