Moose have shown up in the hot, arid and usually dusty canyon more commonly populated with desert bighorn sheep, mule deer, elk, pronghorn and black bear. Biologists and researchers say Utah’s moose have found ways to survive in atypical environments.
- Dan McNulty On - moose research
- Beaver Dam App Now Available
- Dust in the Wind
- Sandhill Cranes, Utah's Meadow Dansers
- Trout vs. chub
- Are Wolverines Back in Utah?
- At Close Range: Layne Coppock and Team Earn Gold for Top Journal Paper
- Chris McGinty: Algae Biofuel Can Help Meet World Energy Demand
- As Utah's biggest and oldest resident, 'he' may be dying
- Kudos to USU Water Quality Extension and Community Partners on Successful Outreach Event
Jul 23, 2014
Jul 21, 2014
Scientists are studying how beavers could be used as a tool for stream restoration and mitigating impacts of climate change on Utah's water supply. Watershed scientist at Utah State University have created a smartphone app and are asking people to track these furry builders so they can better ...Click here for more
Jul 17, 2014
Utah’s hatu winds peak in the spring months with a secondary peak in August-September. In spring these windy freight trains full of dust can hit the populated Wasatch Front wreaking havoc with air quality and human health.
Jul 15, 2014
The grace of sandhill cranes draws our attention when we see them in the marshes, meadows, and fields across northern Utah. Mark Larese-Casanova tells us more.
Utah Division of Wildlife Resources (UDWR) and Utah State University (USU) are working together to determine the affect that the Utah chub has on trout populations on Scofield.
Jul 7, 2014
Featured in the Salt Lake Tribune: Utah State University wildlife biologist Mike Wolfe cautioned against rushing to conclusions about wolverine. He suspects lone male wolverines have been passing unnoticed through Utah for years.
Jun 11, 2014
Environment and Society professor's paper in 'Rangelands' receives prestigious American Media and Publishing EXCEL Award.
Wildland Resources researcher and associate director of QCNR's RS/GIS Lab Chris McGinty aids fellow USU researchers in developing spatial interpolations and resource modeling; findings appear in PNAS.
Jun 9, 2014
On KSL-TV News: Paul Rogers, director of USU-based Western Aspen Alliance and adjunct faculty member in the Department of Wildland Resources, reports on imperiled Pando, a huge aspen clone on Utah's Fish Lake National Forest thought to be one of the world's oldest living organisms.
Jun 7, 2014
13th annual Bear River Celebration and Free Fishing Day teaches kids about watershed conservation.