UA Graduate Fellows Involved in Wide Range of ProjectsJuly 14, 2017
Members of the Confluencenter for Creative Inquiry's class of 2017-2018 Graduate Fellows are studying issues such as California's Owens Valley water conflict and human allomaternal care.
Analysis to Figure Out How Fast Greenland Is MeltingJuly 9, 2017
New UA research provides the best assessment of Greenland’s past temperatures, and knowing about the past is crucial for projecting the future of Greenland’s vast ice sheet.
Monarch Butterflies Need Help From Plant PopulationJuly 5, 2017
A new study co-authored by Laura López-Hoffman in the UA's College of Agriculture and Life Sciences highlights options to restore the iconic monarch butterfly, whose numbers have plummeted in part from herbicide use and loss of habitat to intensive agriculture.
Cities Prepare for Extreme Weather Events in a Changing ClimateJune 29, 2017
City officials from four cities in the south-central United States work with a team including UA researchers to address extreme weather concerns using city-specific climate information.