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Participants specializing in various disciplines, often from the natural and social science fields, are invited to attend these events. Public Lectures held during the workshops are open to the public. If you are interested in learning more please contact us

Featured News

  • AGCI presents at the GlenX Career Expo

    May 01, 2017

    Post Independent
    By Ryan Summerlin

    AGCI shared information about soil moisture, climate, and being a scientist at the GlenX high school career expo.

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  • Students win grant for night-vision osprey cam

    April 21, 2017

    Aspen Public Radio
    By Elizabeth Stewart-Severy

    Aspen Public Radio reports on funding provided by the Healthy Rivers Board including to Anja Simpson and Charles Mowbray, two ninth grader from Colorado Rocky Mountain School, AGCI, and the Roaring Fork Conservancy.

  • CMC student builds partnerships to learn land management

    April 06, 2017

    Post Independent
    By Chelsea Self

    Colorado Mountain College Sustainability Studies student Ellie Langford worked with EcoFlight, AGCI, and the Powers family to write a thesis about sustainable land management.

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  • Independence Pass monitoring station survives first winter

    March 22, 2017

    Aspen Daily News
    M. John Fayhee

    The newest iRON station, the Independence Pass station, has been featured in the the Aspen Daily News! There is a correction: photos from the station must be collected manually, but all other data from the station are transmitted by satellite every 4 hours. They can be found by visiting and clicking on "live data".

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  • Climate Change Clues Unearthed

    March 15, 2017

    Aspen Public Radio
    Elizabeth Stewart-Severy

    AGCI Research and Education Coordinator Elise Osenga, presented to the Pitkin County Board of Commissioners about AGCI's soil moisture monitoring network and what the data tells about local impacts of climate change.

  • AGCI & ACES study referenced

    January 26, 2017

    Vail Daily
    By Jeanne McQueeney, Kathy Chandler-Henry and Jill Ryan

    The Eagle County Board of Commissioners wrote an editorial about steps being taken to achieve an 80 percent reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. In the editorial, they reference a 2015 study by the Aspen Global Change Institute and Aspen Center for Environmental Studies that points out there were 23 fewer days of freezing temperatures in 2015 than in the 1970s.

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