07/20/17: Monsoon Storms Fewer but More Extreme

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July 20, 2017

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Monsoon Storms Fewer but More Extreme

A UA-led study is among the first to look at long-term changes in monsoon precipitation, and the results are consistent with climate change. The region of Arizona with more extreme storms — south and west of the Mogollon Rim — includes Phoenix and Yuma but not Tucson.

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Four Questions: Could Apes Talk as They Do in the Movies?

In the "Planet of the Apes" movies, a boost in brainpower is all apes need to be able to speak like humans. UA primatologists Dieter and Netzin Steklis discuss the likelihood of this scenario.

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New Undergraduate Certificate in Zoo and Aquarium Conservation

Offered through the UA School of Natural Resources and the Environment, the program complements a variety of academic majors and can expand career options.

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UA Poetry Center Shares in National Public-Engagement Grant

The Poetry Coalition, a national group for which the Poetry Center was a founding member last November, will conduct its annual meeting on the UA campus in the fall.

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