Toxic water taints river in Colorado
Acidic wastewater from an abandoned mine has turned the water of the Animas River a mustard yellow. As CBS News correspondent Mireya Villarreal reports, the EPA is taking the blame for the contamination.
EES Mourns Passing of Former Chair, Dr. C.I. "Ike" Smith
Dr. C.I. "Ike" Smith died June 19th.
Kimberly Barry Awarded Mathewson Undergraduate Scholarship Awarded
Kimberly Barry was awarded the Mathewson Undergraduate Scholarship by the Association of Environmental and Engineering Geologists (AEG).
Michael Loveland Awarded USGS Internship
Michael Loveland received a summer internship from the USGS in Colorado.
NSF grant will support research of the Rocky Mountains
A University of Texas at Arlington assistant professor of earth and environmental sciences wants to better understand the Rocky Mountains and how their modern, elevated landscape came to be.