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.
A North Carolina State University study in Climatic Change found little research exists on how to protect cultural resources like those at Cape Lookout National Seashore.
New dataset and publication identify link between atmospheric rivers and wildfire in the interior Southwest.
Many ecological relationships, especially those of migratory birds, exist in a delicate synchronization that may be altered by climate change.
Researchers supported by the Southwest Climate Science Center propose an evaluation framework for collaborative climate science in a recent publication.
New paper shows that changes in rainfall and temperature are predicted to transform wetlands in the Gulf of Mexico and around the world within the century.
This year, 10 communities across the country will participate in the beta phase of the Resilience Dialogues, a public-private collaboration to help communities reduce their climate-related risks and build resilience.
The South Central CSC is offering a summer internship opportunity in 2017 for students of underrepresented minorities interested in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics fields.
Temperatures across the northeastern United States will increase much faster than the global average, according to a new study from researchers working with the Northeast CSC.