What’s killing Mount Evans’ mountain goats? A research team is collecting their poop to solve the mystery.
Disease first struck in 2013, when a generation of young goats was wiped out because of severe E. coli infection. Researchers wonder if it’s linked to human waste.
Toxic algae are filling Colorado lakes with slimy pea-green soup. Are hotter summers making it worse?By Jennifer Brown Environment Primary category in which blog post is published
E. coli fouls 100 Colorado waterways. But managers aren’t sure how big the threat is to people playing in streams.By Sharon Udasin Environment Primary category in which blog post is published
Colorado drillers, enviros near accord on groundwater protection rules. The only rub: How much to protect?
While Colorado regulators wrangle over air quality and community safety, industry and environmental groups have found lots of common ground -- beneath the surface.
The plan to tap the aquifer above Park County's London Mine could provide a template for how thirsty cities can draw on new sources of clean water, while also cleaning up polluted mine runoff
In a shifting climate for research, Colorado State hosts a museum teeming with bugs — and that’s a good thing
At more than 3.5 million specimens and growing, the collection dates back to the 19th century, and attracts researchers on everything from butterflies to climate change