Larger and more frequent wildfires could mean more sediment in Western rivers and reservoirs, according to a study supported by the Northwest CSC.
A team led by NCCWSC has published a new paper synthesizing the documented and projected impacts of climate change on inland fish worldwide.
A NCCWSC-funded study from USGS scientists and collaborators provides a new estimate of global inland fishery production.
A new Southeast CSC supported study finds that common wild bee species decline as urban temperatures increase.
The 2016 annual report highlighting activities and accomplishments of NCCWSC and the CSCs is now available.
Migratory mule deer in Wyoming closely time their movements to track the spring green-up, providing evidence of an underappreciated foraging benefit of migration, according to a new study.
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.
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.
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.