Climate Science Centers

The Climate Science Centers (CSCs) partner with natural & cultural resource managers to provide science that helps fish, wildlife, ecosystems, & the communities they support adapt to climate change. 


Southeast Coastline
The Climate Science Centers are built upon federal-university partnerships, and are dependent on engagement with stakeholders to define research priorities and initiatives.
Muir Glacier
New Mexico Vista
The CSCs conduct cutting-edge research projects at local, regional and national scales; and produce products that include climate, water, and ecosystem modeling, and geospatial, habitat, and species-level data.
The Climate Science Centers are located in eight regions throughout the United States: Alaska, Pacific Islands, Northwest, Southwest, North Central, South Central, Northeast, and Southeast.
Mule Deer in Creek
Glacier National Park
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