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Woolly mammoths feeding on wild grass. (Photo: Aunt_Spray, Getty Images/iStockphoto)
Navy Command David Neall and Command Erik Thomas are pictured in the cockpit of the Naval Research Laboratory P-3 Orion aircraft at Peterson Air Force Base on Friday, February 17, 2017. NASA's SnowEx project, which is a multi-year campaign to test a variety of sensors and techniques to improve measurements of snow over varying terrains, begins in February and will collect a variety of airborne and ground-based measurements. The research team includes more than 100 scientists from universities and agencies across the U.S., Canada and Europe. The P-3 is operated by the Scientific Development Squadron ONE, based at Naval Air Station Patuxent River in Maryland. Photo by Stacie Scott, The Gazette
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Cleanup is ending this year on the old Asarco smelting site in Globeville, and redevelopment of the site into the Globeville Commerce Center could start early next year. Denver, Colorado. July 02, 2014. Hyoung Chang, The Denver Post
Great Elephant Census
In this July 2014 photo provided by Vulcan Inc., scientists with Great Elephant Census fly over Botswana, Africa during a survey of savanna elephants on the continent. The number of savanna elephants in Africa is rapidly declining and the animals are in danger of being wiped out as international and domestic ivory trades continue to drive poaching across the continent, according to a study released Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2016. (Great Elephant Census, Vulcan Inc. via AP)
SAN JUAN COUNTY, CO - AUGUST 13: A man pours a combination used to take the sediments out of the water and reduce acidity of one of the retention ponds at the bottom of Gold King Mine on August 13, 2015 at Gladstone townsite. Members of the EPA, Environmental Restoration, Weston Solutions and the U.S. Coast Guard are working on cleaning up the water in the four retention ponds and helping with the creation of the fifth. (Photo By Brent Lewis/The Denver Post)
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Work was underway December 12, 2016 on the first portion of a three-phase stormwater project on a tributary of Monument Creek. The project is intended to stop erosion and extensive sediment from entering Monument Creek where it empties onto the United States Air Force Academy. Photo by Mark Reis, The Gazette
Democratic Sen. Steve Fenberg from Boulder, left, and Republican Rep. Kevin Lundberg of Berthoud are co-sponsors of Senate Bill 89.