The UA is part of an international study showing that carbon dioxide stored by ecosystems could be more vulnerable to climate change than previously thought.
The UA's Jonathan Overpeck says new research is the first to show the large role that warming temperatures are playing in reducing the flows of the Colorado River.
RFID chips similar to the ones used to protect merchandise from shoplifting have granted an interdisciplinary team of UA researchers unprecedented glimpses into a colony of bumblebees.
The UA’s Agnese Nelms Haury Program in Social and Environmental Justice awards competitive grants to new projects that address complex social and environmental challenges in the Southwest through UA-community partnerships.
LemurFaceID has the potential to redefine how researchers track different species in the wild.
January precipitation totals were above average in Arizona. Over the past 30 days, numerous storm events brought substantial precipitation to much of the West, particularly northern California and the upper Colorado River Basin, contributing to large increases in snowpack across much of the West. Long-term drought conditions remain across much of the Southwest.