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Southwest Climate Science Center




Our Vision:
To foster effective collaboration between scientists and resource managers in anticipating, monitoring, and adapting to climate variability and change in the Southwest U.S.


Resources: SW CSC Draft Science Agenda and New! 2015 Science Workplan

Southwest CSC NewsNews

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New Online Tool Connects Climate Information, Data and Tools with User Needs

THU, MAY 22, 2014, 02:44 PM EST

The Southwest Climate and Environmental Information Collaborative (SCENIC), a new online application, provides access to climate data, analysis tools, and other climate and weather information for the full extent or part of the Southwest region. Read More >


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Apply for FY 2015 Research Funds from the Southwest CSC

TUE, APRIL 29, 2014, 11:13 AM EST

The USGS National Climate Change and Wildlife Science Center and Department of the Interior Climate Science Centers are seeking Statements of Interest for funding in Fiscal Year 2015 for projects that support CSC/NCCWSC priority science needs. Read More >


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Upcoming Climate-Smart Conservation Class in Tucson, AZ

MON, MARCH 31, 2014, 05:14 PM EST

Don't miss this opportunity to be involved in the May 19-21 Climate-Smart Conservation Class in Tucson, AZ. This special class offering is being hosted by the Desert Landscape Conservation Cooperative and the Southwest Climate Science Center. Read More >


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New Research Analysis Examines Future Effects of Climate Change on a Daily Basis

THU, MARCH 13, 2014, 01:59 PM EST

A new study by researchers from the USGS and Scripps Institution of Oceanography finds that the Mediterranean Sea region, parts of Central and South America, and western Indonesia could experience up to 30 more dry days per year in the future. Read More >