Earth and Atmospheric Science News
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
Poudre Learning Center Girls Camp
Dr. Bywater-Reyes teaches girls about river science at the Poudre Learning Center
July 26, 2019
Professor Makes TEDEd Lesson
Dr. Baird aided in the publication of a TEDEd lesson on how crystals are created.
July 18, 2019
Rocky Mountain Geology Field Trip
Dr. Evannoff took students to explore regional geology
July 01, 2019
Faculty Member Receives Award
Assistant Professor, Dr. Bywater-Reyes, was honored with the Office of Sponsored Program's New faculty Research Award this spring (2019)
April 19, 2019
Rocky Mountain Sectional Meeting of Geological Society of America
Earth and Atmospheric Sciences faculty and students attended the Rocky Mountain Sectional Meeting of Geological Society of America meeting in Manhattan, Kansas.
March 27, 2019
EAS Student Awarded a 2019 Lunar and Planetary Institute Young Career Award
Sixteen awards were given to the best and brightest NASA- and European Space Agency-funded graduate students from around the world, selected from a pool of nearly 200 applicants.
March 22, 2019
EAS Alumni Publishes Paper
Former graduate student Amy Burzynski recently published a paper on the use of artificial intelligence to classify and relate lava lake thermal patterns to eruption conditions at Kilauea volcano in Hawaii.
December 01, 2018