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Forest Service Gets OK to Seek Seasonal Firefighters, Despite Federal Hiring Freeze
The Forest Service has cut back on non-fire-related personnel.
Does Explosive Beetle Have Most Interesting Genome?
UA researchers hope to win crowd-sourced genome sequencing of the Sonoran Desert beetle.
New Idea in 30-Year Effort to Save Mexican Wolf
State game official says captive-bred pups are the problem, so raise them with wild pups.
Uranium Mine Near Grand Canyon Deals With Excess Water
Environmental group, two tribes concerned that the water might affect forest, sacred site.
Blocking Biodiversity: Why a 'Great Wall' Might Not Be Great for Wildlife
A border wall could impact numerous endangered species, including jaguars.
Spring Weather Draws Hikers, Then Rescue Teams
Many hit the trail unprepared for the reality of hours in the sun.
Reward Offered in Deer Poaching Case Near San Manuel
'Poachers aren't hunters,' state Game and Fish says after deer shot outside of hunting season.
Best Pet for Sonora? Desert Tortoises Up for Adoption
Nearly 100 captive-born tortoises up for adoption to homes in Sonoran Desert.
A Q&A With Author Stephen Pyne
Pyne, who will be at the Tucson Festival of Books, has penned a series on wildfire based on region.
Navajo Nation Maps Drought with NASA Satellites
Tool can help observation of vast area and diverse ecologies.
Study: Higher Temps Affect Colorado River as Much as Precipitation
Research shows high temperatures took 500,000 acre-feet from river since 2000.
Wildlife Officials Pleased With Growing Mexican Gray Wolf Count
Wolf count rebounds to 113 after drop the previous year.
Arizona Scientists On Edge Over Trump Environment Promises
President promised to relax or eliminate many environmental protections.
NASA: Measuring Dust Can Improve Snowmelt Predictions
Better data allow better forecasts, preparations for spring runoff to Colorado River.
Satellites Reveal Shrinking Water, Bare Shorelines in Lower Grand Canyon
The drought-driven changes could affect recreation and wildlife.
Shrinking Lake Mead Water Levels Could Trigger Official Shortage
50 percent chance for cuts to water shares.
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