New research from PhD student Bo Stevens and SESES Professor Nancy Johnson shows that symbiotic relationships between plants and fungi support a large part of the large mammal biomass in this iconic grassland ecosystem. Read more at NAU News.
Master’s student Casey Jones and Professor Abe Springer have used dyes to trace the long and winding road that precipitation and snowmelt takes from sinkholes on the Kaibab Plateau to the iconic springs of the Grand Canyon. Read more in the Arizona Daily Sun.
“The renewal of the Wyss Scholars for the Conservation of the West project will support students in the environmental science and policy master’s program (ES&P) as they complete their master’s degrees and pursue leadership roles in the field of environmental conservation in the American West. Two competitive scholarships awarded annually, each valued at more than $30,000, are available to students who have demonstrated leadership capacity and commitment to environmental conservation in the West.”
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Dr. David Elliott’s work on fossils of heterostracan fish is featured for National Fossil Day, and on display at National Parks!