Partners of the Southeast CSC

Wingard_FL_ENP_GrBl_Heron_IMG_0264--Georgiana_WingardThe Southeast Climate Science Center (SE CSC) is designed to encourage, facilitate, and participate in cooperative action to address climate adaptation science needs across the entire Southeast region. The SE CSC relies upon priorities identified by natural and cultural resource managers, including the Landscape Conservation Cooperatives (LCCs), and where possible, coordinates/integrates scientific activities with other public and private science entities working in the region. The SE CSC also works with a Stakeholder Advisory Council to identify and prioritize needs for research and monitoring.
Host Institution
-North Carolina State University

Other Partners
-The Atlantic Coast Joint Adventure
-The Eastern Forest Environmental Threat
Assessment Center
-The Southeast Regional Climate Hub

Close collaboration between the Southeast CSC and its seven associated LCCs will enhance the functional capacities of both groups to develop meaningful and effective conservation adaptation strategies for the southeastern landscape.

SE_LCCsThe following is a list of the LCCs that have part or all of their geography within the boundaries of the Southeast CSC: 

-Eastern Tallgrass Prairie and Big Rivers
-Gulf Coast Prairie
-Gulf Coastal Plains and Ozarks
-Peninsular Florida
-South Atlantic