Rachel Kozloski is a Ph.D. student in Dr. Monica Arienzo’s lab focused on the movement and characteristics of microplastics in ground and surface water.
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NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Awarded to Microplastics Researcher Rachel Kozloski
California Snowlines On Track To Be 1,600 Feet Higher by Century’s End
DRI contributes to research that predicts a major decline in California’s snowpack by the end of the 21st century.
Field Notes From DRI’s Ice Core Team in Greenland: A Story Map
A team of DRI scientists returned to Greenland in May 2023, where they are drilling a 150m long ice core to study interactions between ice chemistry and microbial life.
A Community-Centered Approach to Air Quality Assessment
Researchers from DRI and UNLV teamed up with a Las Vegas community concerned about a neighboring asphalt plant to measure their air quality.
Scientists Discover Fire Records Embedded Within Sand Dunes
A new study shows that sand dunes can serve as repositories of fire history and aid in expanding scientific understanding of fire regimes around the world.
DRI Science at the Springs
Join us Thursday, June 15 from 6 to 9 p.m. for The Art of Science. Gain a deeper appreciation for the beauty that can be found in the scientific process, and how it can inspire us all to think more creatively about the world around us.
DRI Aims to Increase Scientific Access to Earth Monitoring Data With Re-Launch of ClimateEngine.org
ClimateEngine.org allows researchers and natural resource managers to easily analyze and visualize complex satellite and climate data, helping users understand change
in Earth’s landscapes over time
Climate Change is Already Impacting Stream Flows Across the U.S.
DRI researchers examined more than 500 watersheds across the country and found that increased winter temperatures are driving more extreme fluctuations in streamflow.
Come Rain or Shine: Rainwater Harvesting for Food Production in the Face of Drought
Brianda Hernandez Rosales examined the use of rainwater harvesting to support food sovereignty for the Hualapai Indian Reservation.
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