NCCWSC Climate Change Science and Management Webinar Series

The National Climate Change and Wildlife Science Center is partnering with the National Conservation Training Center to offer the "Climate Change Science and Management Webinar Series" to highlight NCCWSC and Climate Science Center sponsored science projects related to climate change impacts and adaptation. This webinar series was developed to inform scientists, land and resource managers, and the general public about potential and predicted climate change impacts on fish and wildlife and to help guide resource management decisions across the United States. Instructions for joining the webinars will be provided in advance on the corresponding pages (see below). Video recordings with closed captioning are made available approximately 2 weeks after each presentation. Please see the schedule of upcoming webinars below. To search for information on a specific topic, please use our website search

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Previous Webinars

Ungulates and Climate Change: an Examination of the Potential Impacts
  • Speaker(s): Matthew Kauffman
  • Affiliation(s): USGS Wyoming Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit
  • The influence of climate change on migratory ungulates of the Rocky Mountains remains uncertain.  As climate change leads to advancing phenology, trophic mismatches can occur when migratory individuals arrive on summer... (Read More)
Bringing Order to Chaos: ScienceBase and Other Project Lifecycle Tools
  • Speaker(s): Emily Fort
  • Affiliation(s): USGS National Climate Change and Wildlife Science Center
  • The National Climate Change and Wildlife Science Center (NCCWSC) is managing activities at 8 regional Climate Science Centers (CSCs), each of whom fund multiple projects annually and coordinate with many stakeholders... (Read More)
From Icefield to Ocean: Impacts of Glacier Change in Alaska
  • Speaker(s): Shad O'Neel* and Eran Hood**
  • Affiliation(s): *USGS Alaska Science Center, **University of Alaska Southeast
  • Mountains ringing the Gulf of Alaska host large maritime glaciers that are experiencing some of the highest rates of volume loss on Earth.  These rapidly changing glaciers demonstrate tight physical and ecological... (Read More)
Can Camouflage Keep up With Climate Change? White Hares on Brown Snowless Backgrounds as a Model to Study Adaptation to Climate Stress
  • Speaker(s): L. Scott Mills
  • Affiliation(s): University of Montana
  • One of the most important scientific questions for wildlife management in the face of climate change is whether animals will be able to locally adapt, allowing them to persist in place without need for corridors or... (Read More)
Relationships among Climate, Water Quality and Toxic Blooms of Golden Alga in Texas
  • Speaker(s): Reynaldo Patino
  • Affiliation(s): USGS Texas Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit
  • Changes in air temperature and precipitation patterns associated with global climate change are anticipated to regionally affect the quality and quantity of inland surface waters and consequently their suitability as... (Read More)