Researchers with the Pacific Islands Climate Science Center have published a new dataset showing predicted changes in climate and the risk of malaria transmission to forest birds during the last years of the 21st century.
A new dataset released last week helps prioritize coral reef management in the face of climate change. The dataset was developed by the Pacific Islands Climate Science Center in partnership with the UNEP, NOAA, and WWF.
In the expectation that global climate will change steadily in the coming decades, this research project had the goal to obtain a more detailed view of the climatic changes that Hawaiʻi could experience by mid- and late-21st century.
In an effort to help USGS scientists navigate and comply with new USGS policies regarding the transparency and reproducibility of science, the North Central CSC and partners are starting a project to provide an exemplar that the USGS can point to.