Finally Over the Hump? USU Researcher says Ecological Riddle Solved
USU ecologist Peter Adler is among authors of a paper in 'Nature' offering a solution to a long-standing riddle about sustainable, productive ecosystems.
Cut Both Ways: USU Scholars Study Causeway Effects on Great Salt Lake
Recent USU graduate James White '15MS, now an employee of the U.S. Geological Survey, is lead author on a paper with faculty mentors Sarah Null and David Tarboton that explores the effects of the Great Salt Lake's railroad causeway.
Utah Bison Herd New Stronghold for Conservation say USU Ecologists
USU wildlife ecologist Johan du Toit says the Henry Mountains bison are the only demonstrated genetically pure, disease-free and free-ranging bison population left in North America. Consequently, he says, they're a valuable conservation resource.
Aggie Alum Leads Discovery of New Brazilian Tree Frog Species
USU Ecology alum Rodrigo Ferreira PhD'15 and colleagues identified a new species of Brazilian tree frog. Found in the South American nation’s Atlantic Forest, the tiny amphibian displays unique characteristics.