Happy Constitution Day!

By Randy Simmons Today is Constitution Day, the day when we celebrate the ratification of the Constitution of the United States. It was a momentous time in our history and there were many [...]

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Colorado is Fracking Crazy

Photo by Donald Giannatti By Ian Nemelka Remember when the cost of a gallon of gas was teetering between $5 to $6 dollars a gallon in many regions of the United States? Well it is largely due to [...]

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Summer Gas Prices

(Photo: Warner Home Video)   By Ian Nemelka As Labor day weekend passes, unofficially marking the end to Summer for many, gas prices will slowly, but surely begin to drop. Why is gasoline [...]

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Strata is Hiring!

Position: Executive Assistant to the President Location: Logan, UT   Job Description and Responsibilities Are you motivated by dynamic work

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Is Your College Degree Actually Worth It?

By Ian Nemelka The average cost for a typical four-year degree is about $140,000. Moreover, if the income that could have been earned during those years spent as a full-time student is taken into [...]

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RESEARCH INDEPENDENCE AND INTEGRITY

Strata’s commitment to academic quality and integrity is paramount to all our objectives as an organization. Strata research associates are trained to exceed standard research practices and [...]

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A Tale of Two States

With the rapid growth of hydraulic fracturing, the Marcellus shale play has become one of the most profitable sources of oil and natural gas in the world.

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Stepping On Prayers

The term “Bears Ears” has traditionally been used to refer to twin buttes located in Southeastern Utah. It is also the name of a National Monument that was designated by President Barack Obama in [...]

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Pipelines, Rails, and Trucks

Access to cheap and reliable energy is vital to the continued growth of the U.S. economy. In today’s energy market, oil and gas are both relatively cheap and reliable energy sources. The [...]

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A Bird in the Hand

The greater sage-grouse, a wild bird that lives across the Western United States, has become one of the most controversial species in American history. Over the past few decades, a political [...]

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