NCCWSC Projects

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2016 - 2018Assessing the Impact of Future Climate on Hawai‘i’s Aquatic Ecosystems
    • Yin-Phan Tsang (University of Hawaii, Manoa)
    2015 - 2016Climate Change and Evolutionary Adaptive Capacity (EVAC): Bridging the Gap between Science and Management
      • Laura M Thompson (National Climate Change and Wildlife Science Center)
      2016 - 2017Evaluating the Effects of Climate and Land Use Change on Fisheries Production in Inland Lakes
        • David Bunnell (Great Lakes Science Center)
        2015 - 2016Global Synthesis of Climate Change Effects on Inland Fish
          • Bonnie J Myers (National Climate Change and Wildlife Science Center)
          • Abigail J Lynch (National Climate Change and Wildlife Science Center)
          2016 - 2023Safe Operating Space for Walleye: Managing Inland Recreational Fisheries for Climate Change
            • Daniel Isermann (WI Cooperative Fishery Research Unit)
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            2015 - 2016A Value and Investment Assessment of Marine and Inland Fisheries Globally
              • Abigail J Lynch (National Climate Change and Wildlife Science Center and Climate Science Centers)
              • Douglas Beard (USGS National Climate Change and Wildlife Science Center)
              2015 - 2017An Integrated Assessment of Drought Impacts on Migratory Waterbirds in Key Conservation Regions of the Western U.S.
                • Bruce Dugger (Oregon State University)
                2015 - 2017Assessing Vulnerability to Drought in Dryland Ecosystems of the Western U.S.
                  • Seth Munson (USGS Southwest Biological Science Center)
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                  2015 - 2018Climate Change & Drought Regional Research Synthesis
                    • Simon Costanzo (University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, Integration and Application Network)
                    • William Dennison (University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science)
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                    2015 - 2018Five-year Reviews of the Climate Science Centers – Assessing the Science, Partner Engagement, and Utility for Natural Resources Conservation
                      • T. Bruce Lauber (Cornell University)
                      • Douglas Austen (American Fisheries Society)
                      • Richard C. Stedman (Cornell University)
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                      2015 - 2017Forest Management Strategies to Promote Drought Resistance and Resilience
                        • John B Bradford (Colorado Plateau Field Station, SBSC)
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                        2015 - 2017Global Assessment of River Fish Production and Potential Global Change Implications
                          • William W. Taylor (Michigan State University)
                          • Abigail J Lynch (USGS National Climate Change and Wildlife Science Center)
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                          2015 - 2018Impacts of Drought on Southwestern Cutthroat Trout: Influences of Changes in Discharge and Stream Temperature on the Persistence of Rio Grande Cutthroat Trout Populations
                            • Colleen Caldwell (New Mexico Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit)
                            • Abigail J Lynch (National Climate Change and Wildlife Science Center and Climate Science Centers)
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                            2015 - 2017Landscape Sensitivity to Ecological Drought: The Knowns, Needs, and Solutions for the Real World
                              • Molly Cross (Wildlife Conservation Society)
                              • Kimberly R. Hall (The Nature Conservancy)
                              • Shawn L Carter (National Climate Change and Wildlife Science Center)
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                              2015 - 2018National Climate Change and Wildlife Science Center Science to Action Fellowship
                                • Dana M. Infante (Michigan State University)
                                2015 - 2017Phenological Overlap and Synchrony in Migratory Birds
                                  • Madeleine A Rubenstein (USGS National Climate Change and Wildlife Science Center)
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                                  2015 - 2017River’s End: Drought-Related Influences on Stream Drying in the Western United States
                                    • Jason Dunham (Corvallis Research Group, FRESC)
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                                    2014 - 2016Assessing the Impact of Climate Change on Inland Fisheries
                                      • Craig Paukert (Missouri Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit)
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                                      2014 - 2015Best Practices and Approaches to Managing Social Science Data
                                        • Michelle Wiest (University of Idaho)
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                                        2014 - 2015Ecological Drought, Phenology, and Wildlife
                                          • Jesslyn Brown (Geographic Science Team, EROS)
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                                          2014 - 2016Evaluating Adaptive Capacity of Desert Bighorn Sheep to Climate Change: Identifying Genetic Links to Climate Adaptations in Native and Reintroduced Populations
                                            • James W Cain (New Mexico Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit)
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                                            2014 - 2015Phenology Tracking in Migratory Mule Deer: Connecting Remotely Sensed Metrics of Greenness with Movement, Forage Quality, Nutrition and Demography
                                              • Matthew J Kauffman (Wyoming Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit)
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                                              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 (University of Idaho)
                                                • Leanne Campbell (Coeur d’Alene Tribe)
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                                                2014 - 2016Using Scenario Planning to Inform Land and Wildlife Management: A Pilot Project for Boreal Forests in the Northeastern United States
                                                  • Molly Cross (Wildlife Conservation Society)
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                                                  2014 - 2015Using the Past as a Prelude to the Future to Assess Climate Effects on Native Trout across the United States
                                                    • Jeffrey L Kershner (USGS Northern Rocky Mountain Science Center)
                                                    • Robert Al-Chockhacy (USGS Northern Rocky Mountain Science Center)
                                                    • Clint C Muhlfeld (USGS Northern Rocky Mountain Science Center)
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                                                    2013 - 2016Assessment of Drought Impacts on Selected Fish and Wildlife Species in the Southwestern U.S.
                                                    • James W Cain (New Mexico Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit)
                                                    • Grant Harris (USFWS, Southwest Region, Biological Sciences Division)
                                                    • Colleen A Caldwell (New Mexico Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit)
                                                    • Andrew Todd (USGS Crustal Geophysics and Geochemistry Science Center)
                                                    • Matthew P. Zeigler (New Mexico State University, Dept. Fish, Wildlife and Conservation Ecology)
                                                    • Scott A Carleton (New Mexico Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit)
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                                                    2013 - 2017Development of the Climate Registry for the Assessment of Vulnerability (CRAVe)
                                                      • Laura M Thompson (USGS National Climate Change and Wildlife Science Center)
                                                      • Robin O'Malley (USGS National Climate Change and Wildlife Science Center)
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                                                      2010 - 2011Climate Change and Federal Land Management: Assessing Priorities Using a Social Network Approach
                                                        • Mark Schwartz (University of California, Davis)
                                                        • Mark Lubell (UC Davis)
                                                        2011 - 2015Climate Change and Resilience of Sport Fisheries in Lakes
                                                          • Steve Carpenter (University of Wisconsin)
                                                          • Jake Vander Zanden (University of Wisconsin)
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                                                          2011 - 2016Developing New Strategies for the Global Assessment of Inland Fisheries and Predicting the Response of Inland Fisheries to Regional Climate Change
                                                            • William W. Taylor (Michigan State University)
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                                                            2010 - 2012USFS-USGS Climate Change Project
                                                              • William B Hughes (Georgia Water Science Center)
                                                              • C. Andrew Dolloff (U.S. Forest Service, Southern Research Station)
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                                                              2008 - 2010A Land of Flowers on a Latitude of Deserts: Aiding Conservation and Management of Florida’s Biodiversity
                                                                • Thomas J Smith (Southeast Ecological Science Center)
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                                                                2009 - 2011A Visualization Approach for Projecting Future Distributions of North American Bioclimates
                                                                  • Sarah Shafer (U.S. Geological Survey)
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                                                                  2009 - 2011Assessing the Vulnerability of Species and Ecosystems to Projected Future Climate Change in the Pacific Northwest
                                                                    • Sarah Shafer (U.S. Geological Survey)
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                                                                    2008 - 2010Avian Conservation in the Prairie Pothole Region, Northern Great Plains: Understanding the Links Between Climate, Ecosystem Processes, Wetland Management, and Bird Communities
                                                                      • Susan K Skagen (USGS Fort Collins Science Center)
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                                                                      2009 - 2011Can Camouflage Keep up with Climate Change? Connecting Downscaled Climate Models to Adaptation for a Key Forest Species
                                                                        • Michael S Mitchell (University of Montana)
                                                                        • L. Scott Mills (North Carolina State University)
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                                                                        2009 - 2011Can Mammals Mediate Climatically-Induced Vegetation Transitions in Alpine Ecosystems of the Western United States?
                                                                          • Robert C Klinger (Yosemite Field Station, WERC)
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                                                                          2009 - 2011Characterizing Uncertainty in the Impact of Global Climate Change on Large River Fishes: Missouri River Sturgeon Example
                                                                            • Mark L Wildhaber (Columbia Environmental Research Center)
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                                                                            2009 - 2011Development and Dissemination of High-Resolution National Climate Change Dataset (Geo Data Portal)
                                                                              • Jaime Collazo (North Carolina State University)
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                                                                              2009 - 2011Forecasting Climate Change Induced Effects on Recreational and Commercial Fish Populations in the Great Lakes
                                                                                • David Bunnell (Great Lakes Science Center)
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                                                                                2009 - 2011Forecasting Climate Impacts on Wildlife of the Arid Southwest at Regional and Local Scales Using Downscaled Climate Models
                                                                                  • Charles Van Riper (Sonoran Desert Field Station, SBSC)
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                                                                                  2008 - 2008Forecasting the Effects of Land-Use and Climate Change on Wildlife Communities and Habitats in the Lower Mississippi Valley
                                                                                    • Stephen P Faulkner (USGS Leetown Science Center)
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                                                                                    2009 - 2011Impacts of Climate Change and Melting Glaciers on Coastal Ecosystems in the Gulf of Alaska
                                                                                      • John Crusius (Alaska Science Center)
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                                                                                      2009 - 2011Impacts of Climate-Induced Changes in Plant Phenology on Migration, Breeding, and Redistribution of Sub Arctic- and Arctic- Nesting Avifauna
                                                                                        • David H Ward (Alaska Science Center)
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                                                                                        2008 - 2010Managing the Nation's Fish Habitat at Multiple Spatial Scales in a Rapidly Changing Climate
                                                                                        • Craig Paukert (USGS Missouri Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit)
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                                                                                        2009 - 2011Modeling and Projecting the Influence of Climate Change on Texas Surface Waters and their Aquatic Biotic Communities
                                                                                          • Reynaldo Patino (Texas Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit)
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                                                                                          2009 - 2011Modeling the Response of Freshwater Mussels to Changes in Water Temperature, Habitat, and Streamflow
                                                                                            • Thomas J Kwak (North Carolina Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit)
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                                                                                            2009 - 2011Predicting Climate Change Threats to Key Estuarine Habitats and Ecosystem Services in the Pacific Northwest
                                                                                              • Deborah A Reusser (Newport Duty Station, WFRC)
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                                                                                              2009 - 2011Predicting the Risk of Species Extinctions Due to Sea-Level Rise in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands
                                                                                                • Michelle H Reynolds (Kilauea Field Station, PIERC)
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                                                                                                2008Project Climate Change for the Conterminous United States (National Assessment)
                                                                                                  • Dana Infante (Michigan State University)
                                                                                                  • Lizhu Wang (International Joint Commission)
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                                                                                                  2009 - 2011Quantifying Vulnerability of Quaking Aspen Woodlands and Associated Bird Communities to Global Climate Change in the Northern Great Basin
                                                                                                    • Susan L Earnst (Snake River Field Station, FRESC)
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                                                                                                    2007 - 2007Climate Change: A Challenge to Bird Conservation in Arid and Semi-arid Regions
                                                                                                      • Susan K Skagen (U.S. Geological Survey)
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                                                                                                      2008 - 2011Fate of Endangered Species in San Francisco Bay Tidal Marshes with Sea Level Rise
                                                                                                        • John Y Takekawa (San Francisco Bay Estuary Field Station, WERC)
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                                                                                                        2007Impact of Past and Future Stream Temperature and Flow Changes on Endangered Atlantic Salmon
                                                                                                          • Robert W Dudley (Maine Water Science Center)
                                                                                                          • Glenn A Hodgkins (Maine Water Science Center)
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                                                                                                          2007 - 2008Quantifying the Influence of Climate Change on Rocky Mountain Ungulates
                                                                                                            • Matthew J Kauffman (USGS Wyoming Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit)
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                                                                                                            2007 - 2008The Potential Influence of Changing Climate on the Persistence of at Risk Native Salmonids
                                                                                                              • Jeffrey L Kershner (USGS Northern Rocky Mountain Science Center)
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