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One-Fourth of Forest Loss Permanent; Global Deforestation Not Slowing Down
Researchers found permanent forest loss has shifted geographically but not slowed down, despite global efforts.
Lecture on Groundwater Availability in Arkansas
Brian Clark, geographic information specialist at the U.S. Geological Survey, will give a presentation on groundwater availability in Arkansas at 10 a.m. Friday in White Engineering Hall 219.
UREC Outdoors Long Time Banff Film Festival Sponsor
The Banff Mountain Film Festival is celebrating its return to Fayetteville on Sept. 12-13 for the 10th consecutive year.
Math Professor Helps International Team Analyze Climate Change Data
John Tipton, assistant professor of mathematical sciences, worked with more than 40 researchers on an analysis of changes in vegetation after the last ice age.
Researcher Going to India to Document Infrastructure Damage From Disaster
Richard Coffman will be part of an NSF-sponsored Geotechnical Extreme Events Reconnaissance Association Mission.
September Brings Beekeeping Course, Photo Safari, Yoga Series at Garvan Woodland Gardens
Garvan Woodland Gardens welcomes the return to cooler weather with activities such as a golf cart photo safari, an introduction to beekeeping and an annual trash cleanup.
Doctoral Student Shares Fun Facts About Weird Primates
The latest installment of Peculiar Primates is now available on the Terhune Lab webpage. This blog series features a different primate each month and shares fun and strange details about primates around the world.
Geosciences Doctoral Student Aims to Expand STEM Interests with Research Device
Every body of water has a story. Geosciences doctoral candidate Joshua Blackstock has dedicated his dissertation research to understanding those complex and ever-changing stories.
UA Press Author Kent Bonar to Appear at Fayetteville Roots Festival
The master naturalist will take part in a radio interview, book signing, and nature walks as part of the festival.
All About Insects Focus of Booth at Farmers Market
Members of the U of A Entomology Club provide their knowledge of insects local and global at the Fayetteville Farmers Market on several dates this summer.