By studying nearly five decades of data on more than 5,800 saguaros dotting Tumamoc Hill, researchers found that small variations in the hill’s topography might buffer saguaro populations from the impacts of climate change.
The Future of Fish Feed, or F3, is a collaboration between nongovernmental organizations, scientists and the private sector to uncover new alternative feed ingredients for aquaculture that reduce or eliminate reliance on wild-caught fish. The UA is among the institutions supporting the project.
With support from the National Science Foundation, a team of researchers is developing a "citizen science" soil research project in Troy, New York and Tierra Amarilla, Chile that engages residents in greater understanding of contaminants in their midst and strategies for protecting public health. UA environmental scientist Mónica Ramírez-Andreotta is among the researchers leading the project.