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Whether in international news or an on-campus presentation, our nearly 300 faculty affiliates and in-house researchers are sharing their work, discussing the boundless effects their environmental endeavors have on Arizona, the U.S., and the world.

Recent News

UA Arts, Environment and Humanities Network members Eric Magrane and marine conservationist Maria Johnson have been studying bycatch, the unwanted marine life caught in the nets of commercial fishers. Like other network members, Magrane and Johnson are trying to make environmental research more accessible to a general public. (Photo: Kelly Muller)

Network Makes Environmental Change Tangible

September 26, 2016

Members of the UA's Arts, Environment and Humanities Network have taken on the complicated task of advancing interdisciplinary projects and initiatives to make greater sense of the realities of changes in the environment.

Mitch McClaran, professor in the School of Natural Resources and the Environment, on the UA's Santa Rita Experimental Range (Photo: Kelsey Hawkes)

RISE Symposium to Highlight Range Research

September 22, 2016

The symposium continues a legacy of student engagement and research collaborations based on 114 years of data from the Santa Rita Experimental Range and 64 years of research on the Walnut Gulch Experimental Watershed.

Monsoon Showers

Southwest Climate Outlook September 2016

September 15, 2016

August precipitation totals were above average across most of Arizona and New Mexico, buoyed by a surge of monsoon storms. Long-term drought persists across the Southwest. Sea-surface temperature anomalies and atmospheric patterns all generally indicate ENSO-neutral conditions. The Sept. 15 NOAA Climate Prediction Center’s seasonal outlook for October calls for equal chances of above- or below-average precipitation for most of the Southwest.