Lynn Fenstermaker, Ph.D., recently retired from DRI after 32 years. She studied large-scale questions about environmental stressors. Continue Reading Lynn Fenstermaker: Celebrating a Career in Ecological Remote Sensing and NASA Space Grant Leadership
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Lynn Fenstermaker: Celebrating a Career in Ecological Remote Sensing and NASA Space Grant Leadership
Erick Bandala’s student interns studied ways to filter excess fluorides from drinking water during the fall 2022 semester. Continue Reading DRI Opens Doors to Careers in Scientific Research with Student Internship Program
Researchers found that urbanization and climate change are changing the strength and seasonality of flooding in the Las Vegas region. Continue Reading A Changing Flood Recipe for Las Vegas
Estom Yumeka Maidu Student Teaches DIY Air Filtration Techniques to Help Reservation Communities During Wildfire Season
Many houses have no particulate filtration systems, especially on reservations. Piercen Nguyen and his colleagues have a proven solution. Continue Reading Estom Yumeka Maidu Student Teaches DIY Air Filtration Techniques to Help Reservation Communities During Wildfire Season
Join us on Thursday, February 2 at 7 p.m. at the Downtown Reno Library for our Science Distilled – Story of Water Part 1. Continue Reading Science Distilled – Story of Water Part 1
The DRI Foundation is pleased to welcome the new members to its Board of Trustees, each serving a four-year term beginning January 1, 2023. Continue Reading The DRI Foundation Welcomes New Trustees for 2023
Spring Sunny Heat Waves Caused Record Snowmelt in 2021, Adding to Severe Water Supply Impacts Across the Western U.S.
DRI researchers examined the role of spring heatwaves on the snowmelt rates of mountain snowpacks across the West. Continue Reading Spring Sunny Heat Waves Caused Record Snowmelt in 2021, Adding to Severe Water Supply Impacts Across the Western U.S.
DRI archaeologist Greg Haynes recently completed a synthetic report on the prehistoric ceramic artifacts of the Colorado and Mojave deserts. Continue Reading What can prehistoric ceramics of the California deserts tell us about the past?
With $5 million from NOAA’s Climate Adaptation Partners initiative, CNAP will focus on preparing communities to address local climate hazards. Continue Reading DRI Leading $5 Million Regional Climate Adaptation Project
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