The U.S. Geological Survey is seeking to hire Directors for five regional Climate Adaptation Science Centers (CASCs): the Southeast CASC, Northeast CASC, South Central CASC, Northwest CASC, and Pacific Islands CASC.
A new landscape conservation design guide articulates knowledge and experience dealing with landscape conservation issues, incorporating themes of landscape conservation design into five categories of practices used by Landscape Conservation Cooperatives.
The Bureau of Indian Affairs, the USGS, and Tribal organizations have collaborated to place Tribal Resilience Liaisons at the regional CASCs. Read on to meet the Liaisons and learn about their recent activities to promote resilient Tribal communities.
In recognition of Indigenous Peoples' Day, we're exploring the ways in which the CASC network is supporting and partnering with Tribal nations and Indigenous communities to address science needs, build capacity, and inform climate adaptation planning.
Researchers from the University of Hawai'i at Manoa have determined that twice the amount of land area previously thought vulnerable may be susceptible to the negative impacts of sea level rise in Hawai'i, including non-coastal areas which face flooding.
Vegetation abundance has been declining due to drought in the western U.S. where the landscape is predicted to become dryer and hotter. This project offers information on tracking the conditions that can cause significant vegetation declines.