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Blog Archive: climate change

[image] Research Quest Inspires Students to Explore Utah's Wilderness

Research Quest Inspires Students to Explore Utah's Wilderness

A new Research Quest program focuses on dramatic changes in the Uinta Mountains.
[image] Humans Evolved Among Unusual Beasts

Humans Evolved Among Unusual Beasts

A new study by NHMU archaeologist Tyler Faith reveals that African environments changed dramatically over the last 7 million years.
[image] How Environmental Shifts Killed Africa’s Prehistoric Megaherbivores

How Environmental Shifts Killed Africa’s Prehistoric Megaherbivores

Africa is home to some of the most fantastic beasts on the planet. But they are a shadow of what existed in the ancient past.
[image] Is The Greatest Snow on Earth in Danger?

Is The Greatest Snow on Earth in Danger?

As this winter season comes to a close, NHMU digs into Utah's claim to "The Greatest Snow on Earth," and whether or not it's in danger.
[image] To the Top: Adventurous Researchers Unlock Changes in Animal Communities

To the Top: Adventurous Researchers Unlock Changes in Animal Communities

Dr. Eric Rickart, Dr. Shannen Robson and Dr. Lois Alexander have spent the past 15 years examining species of mice, voles, and squirrels (among other animals) in the American Great Basin to better understand how and why there are changes occurring within their communities.