From retreating glaciers in Alaska to severe drought in the Southwest, climate change is set to dramatically alter our national parks. Here are 10 CSC and NCCWSC projects that provide a snapshot of our work in national parks.
A team of Alaska Climate Science Center researchers have undertaken a three-year effort to create a dynamically downscaled model that can better estimate climate and weather conditions across Alaska for the next 100 years.
A new dataset released last week helps prioritize coral reef management in the face of climate change. The dataset was developed by the Pacific Islands Climate Science Center in partnership with the UNEP, NOAA, and WWF.
Researchers from the Northwest Climate Science Center use a new Landsat satellite-based monitoring technique to identify historic changes to wetlands and project how they might change in the future due to climate change.
A coalition of research institutions (including the Northeast CSC) and fish and wildlife agencies unveiled a new online tool for use by decision-makers, managers and others in Massachusetts interested in taking action in response to climate change.
Researchers recently completed a project to compare maps and classification systems from various producers to identify opportunities for consolidating the strongest qualities in each mapping system to produce a ‘best map’ for the Northeastern and...