Scientists and natural resource managers gather to collaborate on environmental policy
Researchers from the Wonders of the Mekong project tagged the fish when it was caught over a year ago
University of Nevada, Reno coordinates program assisting hundreds of scientists around the globe
Director of the Ozmen Institute for Global Studies, Global Water Center and University Professor Sudeep Chandra provides vital insight about why Lake Tahoe’s clarity has improved
Research published in Nature reveals concentrations of microplastics in 38 lakes with plastic debris from textiles frequently identified
College of Science faculty share their world adventures and the impact they are making here in Nevada
Global Water Center researcher pursues conservation solutions that sustain aquatic diversity and human needs
Associate Research Professor Zeb Hogan's work to find, study and protect freshwater megafish featured
International collaborations with the Global Water Center contribute to successful conservation efforts
Brings extensive experience in hydrological sciences to DOE’s review board
Research in collaboration with the Smithsonian Institution provides a new explanation for why so many of the extinct marine reptiles died in the same location in central Nevada
Chris Kratt travels to Antarctic to set up temperature sensing devices and retrieve data
International team now tracking the 661-pound giant freshwater stingray's movements to better understand, protect the species and key freshwater habitats
University of Nevada, Reno leads study looking at over 500 locations in the U.S.
International effort led by USAID Cooperative Project, Wonders of the Mekong, to launch April 22
The Global Water Center is made up of faculty from all over the University community. Learn about their work to better understand and protect our most precious resource.
Tagging and release of Mekong giant catfish, giant barb and river catfish highlight the immense value of biodiversity and ecosystems in the region
Snowmelt and mountain ecosystems research vital to resource management in times of changing climate
As extended smoke and ash continue to impact the Lake Tahoe Basin, researchers hope to better understand if and how the iconic alpine lake can recover.
University of Nevada, Reno part of comprehensive study
University of Nevada, Reno Global Water Center researchers studied impacts of six major 2018 wildfires
In 1908, James Church’s interest in snow and the mountains led to the invention of the snow sampler, a device that greatly advanced the development of snow science
University of Nevada, Reno conducts international rivers study based on new approaches in science
Census of marine plankton fossils reveals inability to adapt to large shifts in climate
Results of research published in science journal Nature could help freshwater fisheries worldwide
Collaborative study indicates meadows hold promise to help control carbon released into the atmosphere
Public-private partnership project shows favorable results
College of Science’s Zeb Hogan co-author of comprehensive global report
University collaborates with tribe to protect the longest self-sustaining population of trout
The University’s 2020 Outstanding Researcher award recognizes the amazing discoveries, scientific contributions and career of Geoff Blewitt
University researchers design water quantity tool to help with forest-thinning plans
Watch the short documentary Fertile Waters and an episode of Mineral Monday, both official selections in the festival, on May 5 at 7 p.m. at the virtual festival.
Biology professors Zeb Hogan and Sudeep Chandra receive 4 years of funding for their research in Cambodia.
2017 Nevada Regents’ Researcher Award recognizes the contributions of CABNR Foundation Professor John Cushman
Environmental engineer Frank Yang wins awards with environmental contamination work
University’s John Cobourn recognized for work with floods, Lake Tahoe’s clarity and other state water issues
CABNR scientist part of team studying areas with significant snowfall
New University collaboration approved by the Nevada System of Higher Education Board of Regents