Join us for a free screening of the documentary Between Earth and Sky and a conversation with the directors on Monday, September 11th.
Agriculture is part of the fabric of Minnesota, vital to our economy. Our lakes and waters are also part of our identity and important to farmers, our communities, and our environment. How can we keep both strong? First, by working together to find solutions. Read the blog.
Data from satellites orbiting the Earth are helping us understand the complexities of our atmosphere. Department of Soil, Water, and Climate Professor Dylan Millet will be the lead investigator on a new NASA-funded project using data from the Suomi-NPP and Aura satellites. Read more
Artist rendering of the satellite. Image credit: NASA
Who would have thought that earthworms are alive and well in this remote arctic tundra ecosystems in N. Sweden? Graduate student, Adrian Wackett, is sampling earthworms in the Padjelanta National Park. Adrian Wacket and Dr. Kyungsoo Yoo, in collaboration with Dr. Jonatan Klaminder at Umeå University, want to understand how increasing human traffics in the Arctic environments affect the invasion of earthworms who are critical ecosystem engineers.