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.
Due to rising temperatures, the Acadian flycatcher, a small, grey-green bird abundant in forests along the Eastern Coast, could disappear by the year 2100.
Jane Wolken, Program Coordinator of the Alaska CASC, shares her experiences co-organizing a workshop for Early Career Women in Science and improving the lives of underrepresented groups in academia.
Check out the Alaska CASC's annual report to learn more about their projects, adaptation strategies, communications team, and more!
Scientists find that past warming drove major changes in vegetation and future warming may drive similarly dramatic changes.
A new paper points to potential radical changes in biodiversity in the future due to climate change.
Chas Jones, Tribal Liaison at the Northwest CASC, reflects on his experience at a Tribal canoe journey and the importance of traditional knowledge.
Our latest data announcement highlights three CASC datasets related to water in the Northeast, Pacific Islands, and Southwest regions.
Check out these presentations at the AFS meeting from leadership and staff of the National and Regional Climate Adaptation Science Centers!