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The National Climate Change and Wildlife Science Center is a partnership-oriented institution. The center works closely with natural resource agencies and scientists inside and outside government to gather the information and build the tools managers need to help fish and wildlife and their habitats and ecosystems adapt to climate change. Such interactions at national, regional, and landscape levels ensure that NCCWSC’s science is used on key priorities and is delivered to users effectively.

Learn more about us by reviewing our presentations, fact sheets, and communication materials below.

Fact Sheets
Climate Science Centers Map Information

Key Documents
Foundation Documents

NCCWSC Workshops

Planning and Strategy



The NCCWSC partners with Federal, tribal, state, local, university, and non-governmental organizations (NGOs). For more information, please contact NCCWSC Policy and Partnership Coordinator, Mr. Robin O'Malley, at romalley@usgs.gov.