Seismic stations may provide a real-time, remote monitoring system to give early warnings of glacial lake outburst floods that devastate downstream communities. Global warming is drastically increasing the risk of these floods.
College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
From 2007 to 2009, a yellow fever virus outbreak nearly decimated El Parque El Piñalito’s howler monkey populations. Exposure to a past virus may have aided brown howlers’ survival.
Scholarship honors Taylor’s life of public service and benefits graduate students in the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
Tanner was a community leader, humanitarian, human rights activist, philanthropist and elementary education alumna of the University of Utah.
The new study goes back further than 23andme could have ever imagined.
To understand the environmental pressures that shaped human evolution, scientists must first piece together the details of the ancient plant and animal communities that our fossil ancestors lived in over the past 7 million years.