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Upcoming Webinar: U.S. Protected Lands Mismatch Biodiversity Priorities, Implications for the Southeast

WED, APRIL 22, 2015, 01:24 PM EST

Former North Carolina State University researcher Clinton Jenkins will present a webinar: U.S. Protected Lands Mismatch Biodiversity Priorities, Implications for the Southeast Read More >


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Newly Published Paper Compares Hydrologic Models for Ecological Flows and Water Availability

TUE, FEBRUARY 24, 2015, 05:20 PM EST

A new article, “A comparison of hydrologic models for ecological flows and water availability“, was funded by the Southeast Climate Science Center to help resource managers decide which hydrologic model to use in forecasting streamflow in the southeast. Read More >


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Scientists Work to Understand Conservation Decision Making in the Face of Sea-Level Rise

THU, FEBRUARY 19, 2015, 01:50 PM EST

What happens to the value of coastal habitat and wildlife as shorelines continue to be lost to rising sea levels and increasingly frequent extreme weather events? This question is particularly important for coastal National Wildlife Refuge managers. Read More >


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SE CSC Global Change Fellow Studies the Effects of Wildfire on Savanna Ecosystems

WED, FEBRUARY 18, 2015, 09:58 AM EST

The Southeast Climate Science Center recently had the chance to dig a little deeper into the work of 2014 Global Change Fellow, Michael Just. Michael's research focuses on fire ecology and the impact that wildfires have on vegetation and habitats. Read More >