Originally posted on March 19, 2018. In Utah, the second driest state in the country, water is a critical issue. Our water systems are interconnected with human systems, and as our population expands and the climate changes, protecting and sharing this resource equitably will require collaboration between researchers, practitioners and decision makers. When it comes to collaborative water […]
Continuing our spotlights on GCSC faculty affiliate research, this month we chat with Eric Sjoberg, assistant professor in the Department of Economics. Why did you come to the University of Utah? On a professional level, I like the work my department does. We have a breadth in our approach to economics – it’s a really […]
Utah Atmospheric Trace Gas & Air Quality (UATAQ) lab began as a joint effort between the GCSC and the Departments of Biology and Atmospheric Science. UATAQ collects and analyzes trace gas and air quality data, aiming to understand the spatial distribution and long term trends in Utah. Join them on Facebook and Twitter.
A pilot project by Logan Mitchell, John Lin, et.al., uses mobile sample collection via TRAX and shows the spatial and temporal distributions of CO2, methane, and ozone in Salt Lake City. Find the full story on Ride UTA.