Campus Spaces Reveal an Array of Art and CollectionsAugust 10, 2016
Inside and out, the University of Arizona maintains an active and growing collection of artwork. Here are some of the obvious and not-so-obvious parts of campus that serve as repositories and host sites for art.
Lake Tanganyika Fisheries Declining From Global WarmingAugust 8, 2016
The new finding shows that overfishing is not the sole reason for the decline in the lake’s fisheries, says study leader Andrew Cohen, a UA geoscientist.
July 2016 CLIMAS SW Climate Podcast - Monsoon Tercile EditionJuly 31, 2016
In this episode of the CLIMAS Southwest Climate Podcast, Mike Crimmins and Zack Guido sit down to discuss the monsoon in the Southwest, focusing on the big events that closed out June, and the relatively long "break" that followed for much of July. After such a strong start, this extended break was especially disappointing. They also track the building conditions that point towards an uptick in activity (that has since come to fruition) and highlight how the inherent variability of monsoon activity (and the various components that go into the monsoon) make it so difficult to forecast a few days in advance, much less at a seasonal time scale.
Four Questions: Hey, How About This Summer Weather?July 27, 2016
Christopher Castro, a UA associate professor of atmospheric sciences, is an expert on the North American monsoon and other weather-related phenomena that pass our way.