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1 NAU Scientists Study COVID Risk On Campus With Simple CO2 Sensors
2 New Clean Water Program Signed Into Arizona Law
3 Navajo Nation sends aid to India amid its COVID-19 struggle
4 Navajo Nation Sends Masks To COVID-Stricken India
5 Vandals Deface Utah Petroglyphs With Obscenities
6 Scientists Investigate Link Between Hygiene And Asthma In Arizona Borderlands
7 Shortages Looming For Colorado River Basin
8 Lees Ferry Program Offers Cash To Anglers For Brown Trout Removal
9 COVID-19 Update With Dr. Paul Keim: Variants And Vaccines
10 Melissa Sevigny
11 Community Grapples With Non-Tenured Instructor Job Cuts At NAU
12 Coal Mine's Closure Leaves Hopi, Navajo Homes Without Heat This Winter
13 Local Flagstaff Businesses Cope With Closures, Restrictions
14 This 'Unique Dining Hall' in Hudson Valley Served Hollywood Stars
15 Workshop Trains Future “Burn Bosses,” As Forest Managers Struggle To Increase Prescribed Fire
16 Study: Colorado River's Flow Decreases 9 Percent With Every Degree Of Warming
17 How 'Glass Gem' Corn Became An Internet Sensation—And Revitalized Interest In Heirloom Seeds
18 Native Americans Express Skepticism Over COVID-19 Vaccine
19 Employees Face Uncertain Two Weeks As Businesses Close Down
20 Report Calls For “Radical Changes” To Colorado River Management
21 Study: Forest Restoration Saves Carbon In Long Run
22 At Camp Colton, Kids Learn about Forest Health, Wildfire Prevention
23 Forest, Tribal Partnership Supplies Firewood To Hopi And Navajo
24 Furloughs And Pay Cuts Coming For NAU Employees
25 Anthropologist Discusses 'Unexamined Assumptions' About Seeing Friends And Family During Pandemic
26 Local Businesses Reflect On Difficult Pandemic Year
27 Study: Smoke Exposure Heightens Mortality Risk for Wildland Firefighters
28 Colorado River Bugs Spark Two Unprecedented Experiments—With Opposite Goals
29 Can Beer Help Save the Verde River?
30 Report: Forest Restoration Contributes to Jobs, Economy
31 Arizona Law Opens New Pathway For Water Conservation
32 Thinning the Forest, Part 1: Prescription
33 City of Flagstaff Encourages Residents To Reject the Lawn
34 Thinning the Forest, Part 2: Economics
35 Demonstrators Protest Job Cuts At Northern Arizona University
36 Flagstaff Middle Schoolers Imagine 'Future Cities'
37 Flagstaff Astronomers Guard Against Hazardous Asteroids
38 NAU Astronomer Describes Discovery Of Distant Space Rock 'Farfarout'
39 Artists Invited to Navajo Nation to Witness Uranium's Effects
40 Drought Threatens Arizona's Pinyon Pines
41 Study: Butterfly Declines Linked To Climate Change
42 Out-Of-This-World Audio Recorded By Mars Rover
43 Flagstaff Feels Ripple Effects of China's Recycling Ban
44 International 'Hope' Mission Arrives At Mars Tomorrow
45 Study: Grand Canyon Is Losing Bare Sand
46 Preschool Fights To Save Endangered Hopi Language
47 For Native People, Coronavirus Vaccine Trial Raises Specter Of Past Traumas
48 Volunteers Bring Water To Wildlife In Midst Of Severe Drought
49 Park Service Makes Plans to Reduce North Rim's Bison Herd
50 Study: Dam Management Matters For Survival Of Endangered Fish In Grand Canyon
51 USGS Report: Climate Change Will Reduce Groundwater In Lower Colorado River Basin
52 From Holbrook to Mars: NASA Engineer Speaks About Perseverance Rover
53 NAU Pilot Study Looks at Benefits of Boxing for Parkinson's Disease
54 Flagstaff Hosts Virtual Events For Indigenous Peoples' Day
55 Studying Drought In A Rainforest, Under Glass
56 Study: World's Ecosystems Losing Ability To Soak Up Carbon As Planet Warms
57 U.S. Forest Service Releases Management Plan For Fossil Creek
58 Snowflake Students Design 'Elk Detection System' for National Competition
59 Winter Solstice Brings “Great Conjunction” Of Jupiter And Saturn
60 Arizona Spacecraft Mission To Attempt Sample Collection From Asteroid
61 TGen Recruits Pet Owners For COVID Study
62 The STAR School Wins Science Prize for Low-Cost Cooler Design
63 Environmental Group, Federal Agencies Negotiate Truce On Mexican Spotted Owl
64 Eats and Beats: A Grand Piano in the Nation's Grandest Park
65 Flagstaff Residents Brace for Fire-Related Flooding
66 USFWS: Monarch Butterfly Merits Federal Protection, But Backlog Delays Listing
67 From Vietnam to Public Art: A Conversation with Neil Logan
68 AZDHS Confirms New, Infectious Variant Of COVID-19 In Arizona
69 Grand Canyon Rim-to-Rim Hikers Give their Sweat and Blood to Science
70 Study: Nursing Home Deaths Due To COVID Show Racial Disparities
71 In Wake of Experimental Floods, Scientists Track Grand Canyon's Vanishing Sand
72 Earth Notes: Petrified Forest Repeat Photography
73 Survey Shows High Acceptance Of COVID-19 Vaccine In Indigenous Communities
74 Climate Change Lays Waste to Butterflies Across American West
75 Snow Season in Flagstaff Pits Ice-Free Roads against Ponderosa Pines
76 Arizona Sees Small But Growing Numbers Of Children, Teenagers Hospitalized For COVID-19
77 Flagstaff Shelter Struggles Financially To Continue Hotel Housing
78 As Uranium Mines Reopen, Controversy Surrounds the Grand Canyon Region
79 New Rules Confront Visitor Demand at Arizona's Fossil Creek
80 Satisfying Grass-Fed Beef Demand, Not So Easy for Ranchers in Northern Arizona
81 Health Experts Recommend Postponing Mammograms After COVID-19 Vaccination
82 Clinical Trial For COVID-19 Vaccine Seeks Navajo Volunteers
83 Perseid Meteor Shower Peaks Tonight
84 Weekly Update On The Science Of COVID-19: Super-spreader Events
85 AZ Coal Plant Experiments with Burning Wood from Forest Restoration
86 Coconino County Sees High Demand For Coronavirus Vaccine
87 'A Recipe for Disaster': Dr. Paul Keim Discusses A Pandemic Holiday Season
88 Online Classes Pose Challenges For Native American Students Living On Reservations
89 'Shoe Strike' For Climate Change Planned Saturday
90 Arizona Agencies Will Pay Anglers To Catch Brown Trout At Lees Ferry
91 Tourism During COVID-19, Part Two: National Forests
92 Navajo Nation Funeral Director Speaks Of Heartbreaking Toll Of COVID-19
93 Wildlife Biologists Give Pronghorn Antelope a Safe Crossing
94 Families Reflect On An Exhausting Year Of School At Home
95 Comet NEOWISE Brightens Evening Skies This Week
96 Inventory of Native Pollinators Aids Climate Change Research
97 NAU Scientists Look For Clues To COVID-19 In Sewage
98 Study: Some Big Game Hunters In Ancient Times Were Women
99 Environmental Group, Federal Agencies Reach Agreement On Mexican Spotted Owl
100 Weekly Update On The Science Of COVID-19: The History And Future Of Pandemics