The Northwest CSC, EcoAdapt and Oregon State University recently partnered to assess the available science on climate adaptation actions that are commonly used in response to sea level rise by resource managers in Oregon and Washington.
Inland fish are found in lakes, rivers, streams, canals, reservoirs, and other landlocked waters. Inland fish are vulnerable to a range of threats, including overharvesting, pollution, and changes in water conditions as the climate changes.
Fish and wildlife play crucial roles across ecosystems and in human society. High animal diversity contributes to healthy ecosystems, and many species provide important economic benefits to our communities.
With the passage of the fiscal year 2018 budget, the Climate Science Centers have been renamed the Climate Adaptation Science Centers (CASCs) and the National Climate Change & Wildlife Science Center is now the National Climate Adaptation Science Center.
Spring is here and in many places across the country, trees are beginning to bud, flowers are blossoming, and the world is starting to look a little more colorful. Look a little closer though and you’ll find that many plants are facing challenging times.