Permafrost soils are increasingly thawing out as the Earth becomes warmer.
New research indicates that using produced water from hydraulic fracturing for irrigation could leave crop systems more vulnerable to pathogens.
A CSU team found strong links between short-term exposure to air pollution and aggressive behavior, in the form of aggravated assaults and other violent crimes.
The Irrigation Innovation Consortium's goal is to help farmers and landscapers do more with less, by combining the practical knowledge of industry with the academic expertise of universities.
The National Science Foundation has awarded about $3 million to support the new program, called InTERFEWS.
Citrus greening has destroyed acres of crops and cost untold billions in revenue in Florida and across the globe.
An international research team has illuminated unprecedented detail of biochar's seemingly miraculous properties.
A CSU research team has studied the fate of hydraulic fracturing chemicals when they are accidentally spilled during either transportation or production in oil and gas operations.