- Heineman cancels Nebraska study on climate change Updated: Dec-03-13 7:14 pm
- Hunters kill 7 percent fewer Wisconsin deer Updated: Dec-03-13 6:26 pm
- Federal study warns of sudden climate change woes Updated: Dec-03-13 6:19 pm
- Students find frog-killing fungus in Kansas Updated: Dec-01-13 4:00 pm
- Scientists try more sophisticated salmon tagging Updated: Dec-01-13 6:40 am
- Kan. aqueduct project faces challenges Updated: Nov-30-13 11:45 am
- Smith student from Nevada named Rhodes Scholar Updated: Nov-24-13 4:52 pm
- Evolution edits unlikely in Texas science books Updated: Nov-21-13 12:23 am
- Kansas to study building Missouri River aqueduct Updated: Nov-19-13 5:45 pm
- UNL expert to discuss climate change and insects Updated: Nov-18-13 5:05 am
- UNO study focuses on African national park Updated: Nov-16-13 5:04 pm
- Scientists warn of hot, sour, breathless oceans Updated: Nov-13-13 7:04 pm
- NY university continues severe weather research Updated: Nov-13-13 3:05 am
- 20 top scientists urge CA gov. to stop fracking Updated: Nov-12-13 8:59 pm
- Europe needs more environment study on shale gas Updated: Nov-12-13 1:28 pm
- Insect pest at Flight 93 site linked to climate Updated: Nov-10-13 9:37 am
- Arizona agency participate in climate change study Updated: Nov-07-13 7:43 am
- Study: River wildlife refuge boosts local economy Updated: Nov-07-13 4:08 am
- Polar bear researchers to try crowdsourcing Updated: Nov-05-13 5:04 pm
LINCOLN, Nebraska - Gov. Dave Heineman has canceled a Legislature-approved study on climate change, saying it would duplicate research work by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
MADISON, Wisconsin - Cold weather put a damper on Wisconsin's gun deer season, leading hunters to cut their outings short and a slightly weaker harvest than last year, state wildlife officials said Tuesday.
WASHINGTON - Hard-to-predict sudden changes to Earth's environment are more worrisome than climate change's bigger but more gradual impacts, a panel of scientists advising the federal government concluded Tuesday.
WICHITA, Kansas - An amphibian-killing fungus has turned up in streams and ponds in Kansas, raising concerns among biologists.
RICHLAND, Washington - The behavior of young salmon does not appear to be as predictable as previously thought.
TOPEKA, Kansas - Aside from the potentially billions of dollars it could cost to divert water from the Missouri River to western Kansas, the negotiations among interested parties would make such an infrastructure project a daunting task.
RENO, Nevada - A Smith College senior from Nevada says she feels "overwhelmed" after becoming the first Rhodes Scholar from the United States in the 143-year history of the prestigious women's school in Northampton, Massachusetts
AUSTIN, Texas - Some social conservatives have urged the Texas Board of Education to approve new science books that de-emphasize lessons on evolution and climate change, but the edits they seek appeared on Wednesday to lack enough support to succeed.
TOPEKA, Kansas - Kansas water officials said Tuesday they were moving forward with plans to determine the feasibility of building a 360-mile aqueduct to tap the Missouri River to support agriculture in western parts of the state.
LINCOLN, Nebraska - A professor in the University of Nebraska-Lincoln School of Natural Resources will discuss climate change an insects during a lecture in Lincoln.
NEW ORLEANS - A University of New Orleans biology professor will help lead an undergraduate field course on tropical ecology and conservation in the Central African country of Gabon during summer 2014.
WASHINGTON - Greenhouse gases are making the world's oceans hot, sour and breathless, and the way those changes work together is creating a grimmer outlook for global waters, according to a new report Wednesday from 540 international scientists.
ALBANY, New York - The University at Albany will continue its collaboration with the National Weather Service on extreme weather research under a three-year grant from the U.S. Department of Commerce.
SACRAMENTO, California - Twenty of the nation's top scientists have sent a letter to California's governor urging him to place a moratorium on the controversial practice of hydraulic fracturing, or "fracking."
WARSAW, Poland - European shale gas experts say more environmental studies are needed to address public concern about the security of extraction of the fossil fuel.
PITTSBURGH - The grove of hemlock trees around where United Flight 93 crashed on Sept. 11 is being attacked by an insect that wasn't there 20 years ago, and some scientists say it's an example of how climate change combines with other factors to cause environmental damage.
PHOENIX - The Arizona Department of Transportation is participating in a federally funded study to see how critical infrastructure can be protected in the face of effects of climate change.
THOMSON, Illinois - A new analysis estimates the economic benefit of the national wildlife refuge on the upper Mississippi River at more than $161 million in the 2011 fiscal year.
HELENA, Montana - Researchers studying the effects of climate change on polar bears are experimenting with the idea of crowdsourcing data as improving technology allows anybody with an Internet connection to monitor the animals' annual migration in Canada.