Colorado Scientists See Ways To Reduce Carbon Dioxide EmissionsScientists in Boulder are taking a closer look at the impact humans have on the global climate. They say the evidence is clear.
Colorado Reviews Water, Fire Outlook As Snow Falls BehindColorado officials are updating the outlook for spring and summer water supplies as the mountain snowpack falls behind normal and wildfire danger increases.
CU Scientists Seek Source Of Giant Methane Mass Over SouthwestScientists from the University of Colorado and other institutions are working to pinpoint the source of a giant mass of methane hanging over the southwestern U.S., which a study found to be the country's largest concentration of the greenhouse gas.
Scientists Launch Study Of Emissions Over Fracking SitesResearchers are taking to the air to measure trace gas emissions over production sites in the Bakken oil fields of North Dakota, the Niobrara shale formation of northern Colorado and Wyoming, and the Four Corners area.
Feds Move To Stop Fishing Crimes By Tracking Seafood ImportsIn an effort to eradicate illegal fishing and seafood fraud, the Obama Administration is launching a fish tracking system that would eventually tell consumers where their fish was caught, processed and stored.
Forecasting Lessons Learned After Colorado's Devastating 2013 FloodAfter a devastating weather event like the September 2013 flash flood, a lot of time is spent evaluating the performance of agencies directly involved with getting information to the public, such as the National Weather Service.
Program That Tracks Snowpack Is In TroubleThe Natural Resources Conservation Service is facing some budget cuts and what may go is monitoring the snow,
NOAA Scientists Looking At Link Between Flooding And Climate ChangeIt’s ironic and convenient they are located in Boulder where the flood did some of its worst damage. They are analyzing all the data to determine whether this is truly the 100-year flood or brought on by climate change.
Nederland Residents Hope For Quick Repairs In Boulder CanyonNederland residents attended a community meeting on Tuesday where the issue of accessibility to and from the community was the main focus.
10 Years Ago One Of The Worst Blizzards Ever Hit DenverTen years ago this week the scene outside was much different. Those who lived in Denver no doubt remember the March 2003 blizzard.
CSU Researchers Excited After Satellite Captures Clear View From SpaceA rare cloud-free night allowed NASA and NOAA to take a satellite photo of the U.S. and much of North America showing the man-made glow of lights.
Skiing Gets Going This Week At Wolf Creek, Winter Park, EldoraSki resorts have been welcoming snow after going through a drier-than-normal season in much of the state last winter.