Northeast CSC News
Northeast Climate Science Center Strategic Science Agenda Finalized
The Northeast Climate Science Center’s Strategic Science Agenda is now finalized and available! This document defines the context for climate impacts in the NE CSC region, describes the anticipated role and interactions of the NE CSC among its partners and stakeholders during the first five years (2013-2018) of our tenure, and establishes the seven science priorities (listed below) that the NE CSC will address through consortium and competitively funded research activities, as well as collaborations with regional partners.
Revisions to earlier versions of the Science Agenda were made in response to the feedback received during two Stakeholder Outreach and Science Planning Meetings held in January 2013 in Amherst, MA and Minneapolis, MN, as well as comments submitted by the Stakeholder Advisory Committee, an online survey, and targeted meetings with stakeholders.
The NE CSC greatly appreciates the input and contributions of the NE CSC Consortium, the NE CSC Stakeholder Advisory Committee, and other partners and stakeholders over the past year in helping develop this visionary document. The NE CSC is confident this document will serve as a catalyst for future conversations with the climate and adaptation community in the region to advance common goals.
NE CSC Science Themes
Science Theme 1: Climate projections and assessments
Science Theme 2: Climate impacts on land-use and land-cover
Science Theme 3: Climate impacts on freshwater resources and ecosystems
Science Theme 4: Climate impacts on Atlantic and Great Lakes coastal and nearshore environments
Science Theme 5: Ecological vulnerability and species response to climate variability and change
Science Theme 6: Impacts of climate variability and change on cultural resources
Science Theme 7: Decision frameworks for evaluating risk and managing natural resources under climate change
NE CSC Postdoctoral Fellowship Opportunity in Hydro-climatology, Surface Water Hydrology, Climate Science