Explore Utah Science Archive
(KCPW News) Utah’s population is expected to nearly double in the next 40 years and many policymakers worry that the desert state
Dust events occur regularly each spring along the Wasatch Front, and they could be impacting how much water is ultimately available for
(KCPW/ Explore Utah Science) The public has made it’s voice heard when it comes to air pollution in the state. Regulators and
(KCPW/ Explore Utah Science) Batteries that power our electronic devices contain heavy metals and other materials that are toxic to the environment.
(KCPW/ Explore Utah Science) Each year, thousands of vehicles collide with deer and elk that are crossing Utah’s highways, often causing major
(KCPW/ Explore Utah Science) Thousands of animal and ambient sounds from eleven western states have been recorded and archived in a digital
(KCPW/ Explore Utah Science) Antibiotics are our main line of defense against bacteria that can make us very sick. But that defense