News & Announcements

A black bear leads her cubs across the Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge, NC - Garry Tucker, USFWS The Future for Many Species is all About Connections

To help maintain, strengthen, and increase connectivity between landscapes for conserving wildlife, scientists across the country are actively working to ensure that managers and planners have sound scientific research upon which to base their decisions.

Date published: April 24th, 2017

CSC(s): Northwest CSC, Southeast CSC

Keywords: Amphibians, Mammals

National Adaptation Forum logo Come See Us at the National Adaptation Forum - May 2017!

If you're headed to the National Adaptation Forum in Saint Paul, be sure to check out several presentations from the CSCs and NCCWSC related to our work and stop by our booths!

Date published: April 21st, 2017

CSC(s): Alaska CSC, NCCWSC, North Central CSC, Northeast CSC, Northwest CSC, Pacific Islands CSC, South Central CSC, Southeast CSC, Southwest CSC

Keywords: Staff, Workshops & Meetings

Fog over the Sante Fe River, Florida Turning Uncertainty into Useful Information for Conservation Decisions

Scientists from the USGS Georgia Coop Unit, together with the Southeast CSC and other partners are developing tools that decision makers can use to more formally account for uncertainties when moving forward with conservation and resource management.

Date published: April 18th, 2017

CSC(s): Southeast CSC

Keywords: Partners

USET logo Job Opportunity: Northeast and Southeast Climate Science Center Tribal Liaison

The United South and Eastern Tribes (USET) is hiring for a position as the Northeast and Southeast Climate Science Centers' Tribal Liaison.Brief Description of Duties to Be Performed: The Office of Environmental Resource Management (OERM) Tribal Climate...

Date published: April 11th, 2017

CSC(s): Northeast CSC, Southeast CSC

Keywords: Jobs & Opportunities, Partners, Tribal & Indigenous

Westslope Cutthroat Trout Hybridization between Native and Invasive Trout is Increasing in the West

Hybridization, or the interbreeding of species, is increasing between native and invasive trout across the northern Rocky Mountains, according to a study released Tuesday by the U.S. Geological Survey and partners.

Date published: April 5th, 2017


Keywords: Fish, Publications

Map of CSC regions Application Period Open to Participate in Climate Science Center Review Teams

Apply to be a member of a Science Review Team conducting a 5-year review of the Northeast, South Central, or Pacific Islands Climate Science Center!

Date published: March 22nd, 2017

CSC(s): Northeast CSC, Pacific Islands CSC, South Central CSC

Keywords: Jobs & Opportunities, Partners

Red maple tree with vibrant red leaves Help Gather Information on the Future of Forests through a New Citizen Science Project

If you are near a red maple and have a few minutes each year, you can help inform science about the future of forests!

Date published: March 21st, 2017

CSC(s): Southeast CSC

Keywords: Jobs & Opportunities, Partners, Plants & Vegetation

Coral reef From Silverswords to Honeycreepers: Project Snapshots from the Pacific Islands

Eight project snapshots provide a glimpse into some of the research supported by the Pacific Islands Climate Science Center, from silverswords to honeycreepers, coral reefs to streams and more!

Date published: March 20th, 2017

CSC(s): Pacific Islands CSC

Keywords: Adaptation, Birds, Coastal, Freshwater, Marine, Plants & Vegetation, Sea Level Rise

Fire in forest Ecological Drought in the Southeast United States: Balancing Competing Demands for Water Supplies

As the climate changes, drought conditions could become more prevalent in the southeastern U.S. Researchers with the Southeast CSC met to discuss what this will mean for the region's people and ecosystems.

Date published: March 14th, 2017

CSC(s): Southeast CSC

Keywords: Drought

Alaska tundra Scientists Look to the Past to Predict the Future of Alaska’s Climate

Alaska is much more likely to see record-breaking warmth than record-breaking cold these days, according to a recent study from Alaska Climate Science Center supported scientists.

Date published: March 9th, 2017

CSC(s): Alaska CSC

Keywords: Extreme Weather