New Utah Museum of Natural History Curator Offers Insight Among Climate Change, Human Activity and Wildfires
Climate has been implicated by a new study as a major driver of wildfires in the last 2,000 years, but human activities, such as land clearance and fire suppression during the industrial era (since 1750) created large swings in burning, first increasing fires until the late 1800s, and then dramatically reducing burning in the 20th century. Read More
Lecturer: Jennifer A. Marshall Graves, geneticist,
Date: Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2008
Time: 7:30 p.m.
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLICRead More
This year’s Homecoming Week at the U kicks off not with the usual song and dance that typify Homecoming, but with a large-scale service event honoring the “patriarch of Utah volunteerism,” Lowell L. Bennion.Read More