Colorado Climate Change
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What the experts are discovering about climate change at Rocky Mountain, Black Canyon, Mesa Verde and Sand Dunes national parks.
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Returning lands and species to the way they were is an ongoing concern for ecologists.
An ambitious project is symbolic of how land managers are approaching one of their biggest long-term issues: climate change.
Old stories, like the coyote versus the sun, can inform today's approach to studying, and perhaps resolving, climate change.
The structural integrity of Spruce Tree House, one of the Southwest’s most popular archeological attractions, is a particular worry.
NPS says parks need to think more creatively in order to deal with a changing climate -- and visitation patterns.
Temperatures are rising at the park near Montrose. So more climbers are visiting earlier and later in the year -- but that has its issues too.
Pine bark beetles and the impact of earlier snowpack melts are among areas being researched at Rocky Mountain National Park.