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Ponderosa Pine at risk due to megadrought

New research shows that the species is facing higher mortality rates due to the drought.

Monsoon dangers include dust storms in rural Arizona

Experts advise motorists to avoid trouble on roads and highways during sudden storms.

Kidz At Play is not a rap group.

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Wet winter translates into satisfying spring for desert plants and animals

Southern Arizona wildflowers, insects, and reptiles are among those benefiting from more moisture.

Coexisting in rural spaces

How the Mexican Wolf Recovery Program is succeeding.

Dogs! A Science Tail

A new exhibit at the Arizona Science Center explores the relationship between humans and dogs and what makes our connection so special.

Four-person crew released from sealed habitat after week long journey

The crew studied what it would be like to live and work on another planet inside a pressurized habitat.

University of Arizona hurricane researchers predict above-average season ahead

They say the number of named hurricanes could reach a mark set in 2017.

UA graduate programs ranked among nation's best

Management Information and Geosciences were singled out in top college survey.

UA researchers mount new global wind study

They are using satellites to measure speed and direction of winds aloft.

New $85 million home for UA's Space Institute unveiled

The building first broke ground in 2021.

New Film Focuses on the Unique Sky Islands of Arizona

Thousands of different species depend on this habitat

Arizona springtime brings concern about disease-carrying ticks

Experts are creating the state's first database for the parasitic pest.

UA Santa Rita Experimental Range gets long-term lease

The range was first designated by President Theodore Roosevelt.

Experts say change of seasons leads to less sleep

The start of spring could create some restless nights.

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