In her research Assistant Professor Maureen Kennedy investigates how to reduce the impact of wildfires.
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There's arsenic in Lake Killarney, but Jim Gawel and his students were surprised to discover how it is finding its way into the food web.
When UW Tacoma geoscientist Dan Shugar and his research colleagues arrived in the Canadian Yukon, they had firsthand experience with river piracy.
Two series of talks this spring at UW Tacoma, Science@Lunch and Grit City Think & Drink, have a science focus.
School of IAS alumna Jacqueline Fuller teaches children to be good stewards of the earth with EnviroChallengers.
Exploring the genetic bases of neurodegenerative diseases like Parkinson's is the intended research focus of Brenda Smithhisler, '16.
From Barrow, Alaska, to Highline Community College, to a UW Tacoma degree in environmental science, Nicole Smith follows her route to the future.
Explore the science underlying a proposed gas-to-methanol production plant in Tacoma.
“In Western North America we don’t tend to have communities living in steep mountain valleys in the way that they do in the Himalayas or the Andes, so the losses of life here would probably be less,” Shugar said. “But landslides are certainly a problem here, whether triggered by earthquakes or rainfall or some combination of those two elements.”