Earth and Atmospheric Science News
Student Gets Job as Hydrologist with USGS
Environmental Science graduate (class of 2020) Alexi Richmond was recently hired by the USGS as a Hydrologic Technician. She will use her skills honed in classes like Geomorphology and Hydrology and her directed study research in her new job located in Oklahoma City!
November 09, 2020
Boulder Hillslope Research
Graduate Student Working on Grant-Funded Research with Boulder
October 13, 2020
Poudre Restoration Tour
Dr. Bywater-Reyes studies river restoration and management along the Cache la Poudre River.
October 13, 2020
Virtual River Tour
Students observe rivers remotely for class under covid-19 restrictions (photo credit: Mason Knighton)
May 04, 2020
Meteorology Field Trip to CSU-CHILL radar
Meteorology students visit the CSU-CHILL research radar
October 03, 2019
Earth and Atmospheric Sciences Purchases New Weather Station
The Earth and Atmospheric Sciences Department invested in a new weather station
September 07, 2019
Dr. Baird Rocks Colorado
Dr. Baird conducted a Bear in Mind podcast about Colorado geology
September 06, 2019
Department Builds Virtual Sandbox
The Earth and Atmospheric Sciences faculty worked together to build a virtual reality topographic sandbox to help students understand how contour maps work!
August 23, 2019
Poudre Pub Talk on Ecosystem Services
Dr. Romulo and Dr. Bywater-Reyes presented information about ecosystem services at the Poudre Heritage Alliance's Pub Talk Series. We had a great turn out of supporters. They stressed how managing our watersheds with the ecosystems in mind gives us cleaner water, which leads to good beer!
August 15, 2019
River Research with Drones
Earth and Atmospheric Sciences research group uses drones to study river restoration on the West Fork Little Thompson River.
August 05, 2019