News & Announcements

A bluegill fish swimming in clear freshwater New Paper Synthesizes Impacts of Climate Change on Inland Fish Worldwide

A team led by NCCWSC has published a new paper synthesizing the documented and projected impacts of climate change on inland fish worldwide.

Date published: July 18th, 2017

CSC(s): NCCWSC

Keywords: Fish, Publications

Robin O'Malley headshot NC CSC Welcomes Robin O’Malley as USGS Director

Robin O’Malley has been named as the U.S. Geological Survey Director of the North Central Climate Science Center, based in Fort Collins, Colorado.

Date published: July 5th, 2017

CSC(s): North Central CSC

Keywords: Staff

Beach seine being hauled on the shore of Lake Samfya, Zambia Lake Harvests Are Likely More Fruitful than We Knew

A NCCWSC-funded study from USGS scientists and collaborators provides a new estimate of global inland fishery production.

Date published: June 28th, 2017

CSC(s): NCCWSC

Keywords: Fish, Freshwater, Publications

Bumble bee on an orange flower Hot Cities Spell Bad News for Bees

A new Southeast CSC supported study finds that common wild bee species decline as urban temperatures increase.

Date published: June 26th, 2017

CSC(s): Southeast CSC

Keywords: Insects, Publications

Announcement Thumbnail Now Accepting Applications to Host North Central and Southwest CSCs

Applications are Now Being Accepted to Host the North Central and Southwest Climate Science Centers. An information session will be held on June 28, 2017 at 3:00 PM EDT.

Date published: June 19th, 2017

CSC(s): North Central CSC, Southwest CSC

Keywords: Jobs & Opportunities, Partners

Smallmouth Bass High Temps, Low Water - Inland Fish Face an Uncertain Future

Warming waters are already affecting where inland fish across North America reproduce, grow, and where they live. Scientists are working hard to provide needed information to resource managers to help protect the country’s precious fish and habitats.

Date published: June 15th, 2017

CSC(s): NCCWSC

Keywords: Fish, Freshwater

Anglers at the National Elk Refuge; Credit: Lori Iverson Science Provides a Glimpse into a Possible Future for Anglers

Warmer waters are threatening some of the most highly sought after fish species across the country.To better visualize the future, scientists are working to understand how changing conditions might affect our country's culture and heritage.

Date published: June 5th, 2017

CSC(s): NCCWSC, Northeast CSC

Keywords: Fish, Freshwater

Snapshot of the cover of the annual report A Year of Accomplishments Highlighted in our 2016 Annual Report

The 2016 annual report highlighting activities and accomplishments of NCCWSC and the CSCs is now available.

Date published: May 24th, 2017

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

Keywords: Publications

Sign reading "Leadership Workshop for Early Career Women in Science" Leadership Workshop for Early Career Women in Science in Fairbanks, Alaska

The Alaska CSC is sponsoring a leadership workshop for early career women in science this summer in Fairbanks.

Date published: May 23rd, 2017

CSC(s): Alaska CSC

Keywords: Jobs & Opportunities, Workshops & Meetings

Wind River Northeast and North Central CSCs Honored for Leadership in Climate Adaptation

The Northeast and North Central CSCs were among a group of organizations and individuals honored yesterday for their outstanding work in helping the nation’s natural resources become more resilient to the impacts of a changing world.

Date published: May 4th, 2017

CSC(s): North Central CSC, Northeast CSC

Keywords: Awards, Staff