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Pioneer Potluck: The end of an era

...grandkids. She rose through all of that to get her GED after they moved to Colorado, while she was working at Colorado State University in Fort Collins as an accountant, one of her proudest moments in her life. She had her name plate displayed...
Refuge Notebook: Are we winning the war on invasives?

...constrained (at least for now) to areas of the Refuge that have been disturbed by humans. So, working with Colorado State University in 2006, we inventoried native and nonnative flora on 74 plots that were established for the purpose of monitoring...
Refuge Notebook: Celebrating marmots

...animals of comparable size. What do hoary marmots eat? One of the best studies of their diet was conducted by a Colorado State University researcher who analyzed marmot scat collected from Slaughter, Surprise and Crescent mountains near Cooper Landing...

...Seneca, N.Y., and the late Mrs. Dolores Radke of Libertyville, Ill. He earned a degree in geology from Colorado State University.Mr. Tobias Colvin, childhood friend of the groom, of Charlotte, N.C., was the best man. Jake Bauer...
Brush the invaders off your boots

...after the Glacier Creek Fire. Also In 2006, we sampled the Hansen Horse Trail and worked with scientists from Colorado State University to establish 74 permanent monitoring plots on disturbed areas of the refuge. In 2007 and 2009, we surveyed...
Pebble study needs work, some say

...promises of today's mine developers may not carry forward to future mine operators." John Stednick, of Colorado State University, said the mining industry's treatment of water goes back to the mid-1980s. "We're talking about something...
Guess who's coming to dinner at the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge?

...between the Kenai Fjords National Park, Kenai National Wildlife Refuge, National Science Foundation, and Colorado State University, this survey offers additional "personal" information and suggests some interesting differences between...
Draw hunt opens

...Wildlife Refuge is conducting its own study to determine population size and location. Dr. Gary C. White of Colorado State University is crunching multiple data for the refuge regarding brown bears, which includes an estimation of population...
Making tracks: Marten rediscover the western Kenai Lowlands

...the future, especially as Kenai's climate and habitats change. Andy Baltensperger is a graduate student at Colorado State University, currently working on his M.S. thesis on the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge. * n n Previous Refuge Notebook...
Climate change on the Kenai Peninsula: Cooked moose?

...Kenai National Wildlife Refuge. He also is an adjunct faculty member at the University of Alaska Fairbanks and Colorado State University. Previous Refuge Notebook articles can be viewed on our Web site You can check...


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