Northwest

Projects by Fiscal Year
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2014-2016Assessing Climate Change Vulnerability and Adaptation in the Great Basin: A Policy Perspective on Resource Managers and the Use of Science in Decision Making (Funded Jointly by the Northwest CSC and Southwest CSC)Eric Lindquist (Boise State University)
2014-2016Changes to Watershed Vulnerability under Future Climates, Fire Regimes, and Population PressuresJason Kreitler (USGS Western Geographic Science Team)
2014-2015Climate Change Avian Vulnerability Visualization and Analysis Tool for Land Managers: Expansion to NW CSC with Dynamic Vegetation SimulationsJoshua Lawler
2014-2015Columbia River Basin Tribes Climate Change Capacity AssessmentDonald Sampson (Tribal Leadership Forum)
2014-2015Creating Practitioner-driven, Science-based Plans for Connectivity Conservation in a Changing Climate: A Collaborative Assessment of Climate-Connectivity Needs in the Washington-British Columbia Transboundary RegionMeade Krosby (University of Washington (UW))
2014-2016Disappearing Refugia: Identifying Trends and Resilience in Unburned Islands under Climate ChangeCrystal Kolden (University of Idaho)
2014-2016Forest Management Tools to Maximize Snow Retention under Climate ChangeJessica Lundquist (University of Washington)
2014-2016Landscape Conservation Design in the Columbia Plateau Ecoregion: Prioritizing, Classifying, and Assessing Resiliency of Riverine Systems in the Columbia Plateau (Funded Jointly by the Northwest CSC and Great Northern LCC)Tom Miewald (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service)
2014-2016Moving from Awareness to Action: Advancing Climate Change Vulnerability Assessments and Adaptation Planning for Idaho and Montana National ForestsJessi Kershner (EcoAdapt)
Andrea Woodward (USGS Forest & Rangeland Ecosystem Science Center)
Alicia Torregrosa (USGS Western Geographic Science Center)
2014-2016Projecting Climate Change Effects on Aspen Distribution and Productivity in the Central and Northern Rockies by Coupling Hydrological and Landscape-disturbance ModelsDouglas Shinneman (USGS Forest and Rangeland Ecosystem Science Center (FRESC))
Timothy Link (University of Idaho)
2014-2015Schitsu’umsh Relationships with Their Dynamic Landscapes: Identifying, Managing and Applying Indigenous Knowledge and Praxis (Funded Jointly by the Northwest CSC and NCCWSC)Rodney Frey (University of Idaho)
Jeremy Kenyon
Leanne Campbell (Coeur d’Alene Tribe)
Bobbie White (Coeur d’Alene Tribe)
2014Support for the Fifth Annual Northwest Climate Science ConferenceLara Whitely-Binder (University of Washington)
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2014-2015The Available Science Assessment Project (ASAP): Evaluating the Supporting Science behind Climate Adaptation ActionsLisa Gaines (Oregon State University)
Rachel M. Gregg (EcoAdapt)
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2013-2015A Coupled (Ocean and Freshwater) Assessment of Climate Change Impacts on Pacific Lamprey and Pacific Eulachon (Funded Jointly by the Northwest CSC, Alaska CSC, and North Pacific LCC)Rishi Sharma (Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission)
2013-2014Assessing Climate Change Effects on Natural and Cultural Resources of Significance to Northwest TribesPhilip W Mote (Oregon State University)
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2013-2014Berry Risk Mapping and Modeling of Native and Exotic Defoliators in Alaska (Funded Jointly by the Northwest CSC, Alaska CSC, and North Pacific LCC)Nathan Lojewski (Chugachmiut Tribal Consortium)
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2012-2013Identifying Climate Vulnerabilities and Prioritizing Adaptation Strategies for Eulachon Populations in the Chilkoot and Chilkat Rivers and the Application of Location Monitoring Systems (Funded Jointly by the Northwest CSC, Alaska CSC, and North Pacific LCC)Brad Ryan (Chilkoot Indian Association)
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2012-2013Klamath Basin Traditional Ecological Knowledge and Climate Change Science Internship (Funded Jointly by the Northwest CSC, Alaska CSC, and North Pacific LCC)Kim Mattson (Quartz Valley Indian Reservation)
2013Support for the Fourth Annual Pacific Northwest Climate Science ConferencePhilip W Mote (Oregon State University)
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2013-2015Vulnerability of Traditional Women's Foods to Climate Change on the Olympic Peninsula, WA: Management Projections and Implications for Tribal Perspectives on Usual and Accustomed Gathering AreasJesse Ford (Oregon State University)
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2012-2014Climate Change and Peak Flows: Knowledge-to-Action to Help Managers Address Impacts on Streamflow Dynamics and Aquatic HabitatAnne Nolin (Oregon State University)
2012-2014Climate, Land Management and Future Wildlife Habitat in the Pacific NorthwestEmilie Henderson (Oregon State University)
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2013-2015Climate-Change Vulnerability in the Pacific Northwest: A Comparison of Three ApproachesJoshua Lawler (University of Washington)
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2012-2013Correlation and Climate Sensitivity of Human Health and Environmental Indicators in the Salish Sea (Funded Jointly by the Northwest CSC and North Pacific LCC)Jamie Donatuto (Swinomish Indian Tribal Community)
Sarah Grossman (Swinomish Indian Tribal Community)
Eric Grossman (Pacific Coastal and Marine Science Center)
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2012-2014Extended Monitoring and Modeling of Climate Change Effects on Pacific Northwest WetlandsJoshua Lawler
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2012-2013Improving Understanding of Threats to Whitebark Pine in the Western US: Quantifying Climate Change Effects on Mountain Pine Beetle OutbreaksJeffrey A. Hicke (University of Idaho)
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2011-2013Integrated Scenarios of Climate, Hydrology, and Vegetation for the Northwest (Funded Jointly by the Northwest CSC and NOAA’s Climate Impacts Research Consortium)Philip Mote (Oregon State University)
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2012-2015Marshes to Mudflats: Climate Change Effects Along a Latitudinal Gradient in the Pacific NorthwestJohn Y Takekawa (San Francisco Bay Estuary Field Station, WERC)
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2012-2014Predicting Climate Change Impacts on River Ecosystems and Salmonids across the Pacific Northwest: Combining Vulnerability Modeling, Landscape Genomics, and Economic Evaluations for ConservationClint C Muhlfeld (USGS Northern Rocky Mountain Science Center)
Gordon Luikart (The University of Montana)
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2012-2014Sagebrush Ecosystems in a Changing ClimateMatthew J Germino (U.S. Geological Survey, Forest and Rangeland Ecosystem Science Center)
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2012Support for the Third Annual Pacific Northwest Climate Science ConferenceVon Walden (University of Idaho)
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2012-2013Utilizing Yurok Traditional Ecological Knowledge to Inform Climate Change Priorities (Funded Jointly by the Northwest CSC and North Pacific LCC)Kathleen Sloan (Yurok Tribe)
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2010-2012Climate Change Threats to Fish Habitat Connectivity: Growth and PredationPatrick J Connolly (USGS Columbia River Research Laboratory)
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2011-2013Contribution of Landscape Characteristics and Vegetation Shifts from Global Climate Change to Long-Term Viability of Greater Sage-grouseSteven T Knick (U.S. Geological Survey, Forest and Rangeland Ecosystem Science Center)
Sara J Oyler-McCance (U.S. Geological Survey Fort Collins Science Center)
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2011-2012Development Support for the NW Climate Science Center Science AgendaJames D Crammond (Oregon Water Science Center)
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2011-2013Disentangling the Effects of Climate and Landscape Change on Bird Population Trends in the Western U.S. and CanadaMatthew Betts (Forest Ecosystems and Society, Oregon State University)
Susan Shirley (Forest Ecosystems and Society, Oregon State University)
Joan Hagar (U.S. Geological Survey Forest & Rangeland Ecosystem Science Center)
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2011-2014Identification and Laboratory Validation of Temperature Tolerance for Macroinvertebrates: Developing Vulnerability Prediction ToolsRobert W Black (Washington Water Science Center)
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2011-2012Modeling Effects of Climate Change on Cheatgrass Die-Off Areas in the Northern Great BasinBruce K Wylie (U.S. Geological Survey Earth Resources Observation and Science Center)
Stephen Boyte (Earth Resources Observation and Science)
Donald Major (Bureau of Land Management Idaho and Great Basin Restoration Initiative)
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2011-2014Rangewide Climate Vulnerability Assessment for Threatened Bull TroutJason Dunham
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2010-2011Support for the Second Annual Pacific Northwest Climate Science ConferenceAmy Snover (University of Washington Climate Impacts Group)
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2011-2012Support to the National Climate AssessmentPhil Mote (Oregon State University)
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2011-2013Toward Next Generation Downscaling for Hydrologic Prediction in the Pacific Northwest (Using Multivariate Adaptive Constructed Analogs – Variable Infiltration)Philip Mote (Oregon State University)
Dennis Lettenmaier (University of Washington)
John Abatzoglou (University of Idaho)
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2011-2013Uncertainty and Extreme Events in Future Climate and Hydrologic Projections for the Pacific Northwest: Providing a Basis for Vulnerability and Core/Corridor AssessmentsEric Salathé (University of Washington Bothell Science and Technology Program)
Jeremy Littell (University of Washington Climate Impacts Group)
Alan Hamlet (University of Washington Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering)
Nathan Mantua (University of Washington, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences)
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