A new multi-CASC funded project will explore post-fire sagebrush recovery using Landsat data.
Learn about some of our efforts to address the challenges of drought with these 10 examples from across the National and Regional Climate Adaptation Science Center network.
Though the Northwest United States conjures visions of rainy weather, drought conditions are becoming more prevalent across the region. Scientist and managers are finding solutions through cutting-edge drought research and resource management.
Fire science underlies all the training and tools used by firefighters today. Read more about USGS fire science, including projects funded by the Climate Science Centers.
Larger and more frequent wildfires could mean more sediment in Western rivers and reservoirs, according to a study supported by the Northwest CSC.
Drought and wildfire dramatically reduce suitable habitat for the federally threatened Lahontan cutthroat trout, according to an upcoming publication from USGS scientists and partners.
New dataset and publication identify link between atmospheric rivers and wildfire in the interior Southwest.
A new publication examines the relationships between climate, hydrology, and wildfire – offering insight for improving the predictive power of wildfire models.
Changes in human uses of the land have had a large impact on fire activity in California’s Sierra Nevada since 1600, according to new research supported by the Southwest Climate Science Center.