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Dr. Colleen Duncan of CSU and research colleague Todd Atwood of the U.S. Geological Survey prepare to collect biological samples and health data from a tranquilized study subject. (credit: Colorado State University)

CSU Researcher Uses Polar Bears To Study Climate Change, Infectious Disease

Researchers are taking a closer look at climate change and how it impacts polar bears.

08/15/2014

U.S. Geological Survey scientists took samples from Cherry Creek (credit: CBS)

Scientists Test Water Quality In Cherry Creek

Scientists from the U.S. Geological Survey took advantage of the heavy rain to get water samples from Cherry Creek in Denver.

07/30/2014

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Another Weld County Quake Prompts Closure Of Injection Well

Experts are looking at the latest in a string of earthquakes to rattle an area near Greeley with questions about whether it’s related to oil and gas operations.

06/24/2014

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Geophysicist Investigating Greeley Quake’s Cause

A geophysicist from the University of Colorado is hoping to settle the question of whether a small earthquake last weekend near Greeley was caused by wastewater injection wells.

06/06/2014

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Small Earthquake Rattles Greeley Area

An earthquake rattled the Greeley area and was felt by many residents, but there were no reports of any problems.

06/01/2014

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USGS In Golden Finds China’s Plane Crash Theory Is Wrong

There are numerous scenarios involving missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, but scientists in Golden believe one from China is wrong.

03/14/2014

(credit: Ted Krohn)

Last Fall’s Historic Flooding Not As Epic As First Thought

Last fall’s historic flooding in Colorado may not be as epic as first thought. Researchers said the state has had river levels rise even higher than they did in September 2013.

02/28/2014

The National Weather Service’s Bob Glancy talks with CBS4's Alan Gionet (credit: CBS)

The Floods Leave A Legacy In Colorado

Rocks the size of cars pushed downstream. If you’ve ever hiked or driven along a canyon in the mountains, you wonder how many eons it took to create so much erosion. The answer may not be eons at all.

10/14/2013

LONGMONT, CO - SEPTEMBER 13:  Residents survey erosion along the St. Vrain River on September 13, 2013 in Longmont, Colorado. Heavy rains for the better part of week have fueled widespread flooding in numerous Colorado towns.  (Photo by Marc Piscotty/Getty Images)

Flooding Knocks Out River Gauges

Colorado’s flooding has been described as biblical, but you can’t put that in the record books.

09/17/2013

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Earthquake And Drilling Link Prompts Colorado Review

Recent earthquakes in Colorado and elsewhere were induced by a drilling procedure to dispose of wastewater, federal geologists planned to argue in a report announced Wednesday.

12/04/2012

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