April 29, 2019No matter where you are in the United States, some food in your kitchen probably started its life in Fresno, California.How do you know? Vegetables, like … Read more about Data scientists mapped supply chains of every U.S. city. What it says is bigger than just where your food comes from.
Flagstaff may not be the center of the space exploration universe, but a constellation of science-based organizations hopes a systematic approach will draw more attention to capabilities in the region.
That conviction is one of the motivations behind a public poster session being sponsored by the Northern Arizona Planetary Science Alliance. The community, students and scientists are welcome to attend the event being held from 1–4 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 16, at the DuBois Center Ballroom on the Northern Arizona University campus.
“People… Read more
Beneath long-term work to rebuild sandbars in the Grand Canyon lies a legacy of river-running data collection that tells the story of Northern Arizona University researchers, highlighting their persistence and innovations.
A new USGS article in the online journal Eos touts the promising outcomes of controlled floods on the Colorado River, conclusions that rely in part on more than 25 years of measurements collected under difficult conditions and with changing technology.Read more
Data harvested from the sky may give researchers a view into the future of food production while opening insights to the implications of climate change.
The five-year, $3.5 million project funded by NASA will make use of existing satellite imagery to produce the first-ever global survey of croplands. Northern Arizona University assistant research professor Temuulen “Teki” Sankey, a remote sensing ecologist, will put her skills to work as part of a multi-institute team trying to answer the question of “Where… Read more