Like humans who eat too many beans, Yellowstone’s Sprouter Geyser has recurrent issues with gas.
Building Resilience in the Face of a Dwindling Colorado River
Policymakers, industry and conservation professionals, and tribal members explore pathways to a sustainable future for the millions of people reliant on the “lifeblood of the American West.”
Rick Jones: Finding the High School Spirit
Installing a love of learning in students and teachers alike.
Capturing Snowmelt Patterns from Cloudy Satellite Images
A new modeling strategy could improve streamflow predictions in places where mountain snow is a critical source of water.
Spruce Beetle Slows Snow Sublimation in Wyoming’s Mountains
A new study investigates changing water dynamics after a pest infestation in the Rocky Mountains.
Judge Blocks Oil and Gas Leases on Public Land, Citing Climate Change
The ruling pointed out a “critical flaw” in fossil fuel leasing.
Small Towns Brace for Historic Eclipse Crowds
Some towns have known for a decade to prepare; others learned as little as a year ago about the event and what it might bring to their locale.
Hitting the Slopes
Researchers investigate whether rain droplets alone can cause enough erosion to impact the shapes of hills.