Earth and Environmental Systems
"They wouldn't have their permit." ISU professor breaks down EPA report for Putnam Co. waste facility
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Ancient ritual bloodletting may have been performed at carvings found in Mexico
Archaeologists found 30 of these carvings in southern Mexico.
A new species. And it's named after Indiana State professor Amos Winter
Some people aspire to have arenas or events named after them.
Fires in West bring haze to Hoosiers
Haze from the wildfires in the western United States has reached Indiana, resulting in reduced visibilit
Mark Bennett: ISU doctoral, undergraduate students testing water along river's 500 miles ISU doctoral, undergraduate students testing water along river's 500 miles
Scientific curiosity shapes Kathryn Mudica's journey down the Wabash River this summer.
Carbon emissions down during the pandemic
WABASH VALLEY (WTHI-TV) - Many of us have been forced to work from home, since last March, when the pandemic and shutdowns began. So, we have spent less time driving. And less time driving
Al Karlin Appointed to Urban Flooding Open Knowledge Network Advisory Panel
How will the Paris Agreement impact the Wabash Valley?
WABASH VALLEY (WTHI-TV) - President Biden signed an agreement on his first day in office to get the United States back in the Paris Agreement. But what exactly is the Paris Agreement? And
Legacy of geography professor celebrated with gift to ISU
A new endowment has been established at Indiana State University in memory of Paul W.
College of Arts and Sciences Scholars recognized for the lifetime impact of their research
Congratulations to Qihao Weng (Earth and Environmental Systems), Eric Glendening (Chemistry and Physics), and Steve Lima (Biology).