Biologists move Antelope Island bighorn sheep via helicopter

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Wes Livingston estimates that only around 20 people in the country have the same job as him.


Podcasters offer updates on cougars, wolverines and the Great Salt Lake

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With more than a year of episodes behind them, the “Out Standing in a Field” team decided to track down the scientists from some of their favorite episodes.


Despite the inversion, Utah's air is actually better than it used to be

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Wasatch Front air quality has improved over time, and residents and motorists are largely to blame for the pollution that remains. 


2018 snowpack might be Utah's worst on record, according to Utah Snow Survey

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“Snowpacks in southern Utah are worse than in 1977 and for those old enough to remember, that was the year with no snow,” said the survey supervisor, Randy Julander.


Utah Snow Survey supervisor retires after 3 decades

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Need a colorful quote to describe snow? Randy Julander comes through.


3 important Northern Utah environment stories of 2017

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When it comes to Earth, few things happen quickly. The landslide that happened in the Washington Terrace/Riverdale area is something of an exception and it was the top story about our environment of the year.


North Ogden urban deer count to start early January

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The headcount results will inform the city council’s plan of action to address the problem of urban deer in North Ogden.


Online tools inform Utah property owners of environmental disaster risks

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Various online tools provide insight for Utah property owners.


Data shows Utah winters shrinking, snowfall decreasing

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The dry and fluffy Utah snow is at stake, as an analysis found winter has shrunken by two months in the past 100 years in Northern Utah, along with decreasing snowfall.

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