Author: Max Mueller

Canadian officials tour area for potential flooding risks

FARGO, N.D. – Canadian officials visit Fargo and West Fargo to asses spring flooding risks. They met with the mayors of both Fargo and West Fargo, as well as state representatives and city engineers. The talks ranged from this current winter and what type of flooding risks exists this spring, and what actions Fargo has taken to protect against flooding….

UND Students Get “Blown Under” In Order To Study Blizzards

The Project Used Many Different Instruments Including the Doppler on Wheels

  GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Strong winds, rapidly dropping temperatures and blowing snow. All make for the perfect conditions for a research project at the University of North Dakota. For these students and professors, their goal this winter is to study blizzards and blowing snow in ways that have not been done before. It’s part of a campaign funded by…

Public Hearing Discusses Rising Levels of Elements Found in Red River

Since the early 2000's the amount of phosphorus and nitrogen in the Red River has been increasing

While the nutrients found in the river may not be harmful, a commission has been researching the impacts and wants to hear from the community. The National Joint Commission monitors rivers that flow in and out of the country’s northern border and wants to propose a plan to limit the amount of nitrogen and phosphorus found in the river. The…