Oct. 17, 2019Each year, Homecoming is dedicated to a Northern Arizona University staff or faculty member who has shown their Lumberjack pride through exceptional service to the … Read more about Celebrate excellence at NAU’s annual Homecoming Dedicatee Banquet
When it comes to climate change, not all carbon is created equal. Among greenhouse gases, methane is 34 times more potent than carbon dioxide.
In the Arctic, where temperatures are rising twice as fast as anywhere else in the world, scientists want to understand the ratio of carbon dioxide to methane gas released by thawing permafrost—the frozen ground in that region. As the permafrost thaws, microbes wake up and begin digesting the newly available remains of ancient plants and animals… Read more
As the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change releases Vol. 1 of its fifth assessment report, the results of published investigations by several Northern Arizona University researchers are receiving renewed international attention.
The IPCC represents the world’s scientific community by periodically reporting on the state of knowledge about climate change. The organization follows an extensive peer-review process to independently assess all published information and to summarize the most relevant advances in climate science.
Bruce Hungate (Center for Ecosystem Science and… Read more