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Southeast Climate Science Center




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To provide scientific information, tools, and techniques to anticipate, monitor, and adapt to climate change.

 

New! SE CSC FY 12-13 Annual Report



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April 8th Lecture: Power to Save Nature?

FRI, APRIL 4, 2014, 12:30 PM EST

We hope you can join us on April 8 for a lecture, "Power to Save Nature? The Role of Nuclear Energy and ‘Techno-fixes’ in Conserving Climate and Ecosystems". This talk is part of the NCSU Global Environmental Change Distinguished Speaker Series. Read More >


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Upcoming Webinar: "Can forests take the heat? Managing pests and ecosystem services in a warming climate"

TUE, MARCH 25, 2014, 11:58 AM EST

On April 17, at 10:00 AM EST, Steve Frank, NCSU, will present a webinar describing results from a research project titled "Tree Eaters: Predicting the Response of Herbivores to the Integrated Effects of Urban and Global Change". Read More >


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SE and NE CSCs Host Climate Change Meeting for NWR Managers

FRI, MARCH 14, 2014, 09:11 AM EST

The Southeast and Northeast Climate Science Centers held an ‘Impacts of Climate Change’ meeting for National Wildlife Refuge (NWR) leaders from Alligator River, Cape Romain, and Blackwater NWRs at the Alligator River NWR on March 5-6, 2014. Read More >


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SE CSC Welcomes New Global Change Fellows for 2014-15!

MON, MARCH 10, 2014, 12:05 PM EST

The SE Climate Science Center has named six new Global Change Fellows for the academic year 2014-15. These exceptional NC State graduate students are honing their research on a wide array of global change processes. Read More >