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U.S. Geological Survey, Massachusetts, Climate Change, Science, External News
red squirrel on tree
11/3/2015
Toni Lyn Morelli, USGS Research Ecologist at the NE CSC, is working to tease apart mechanisms causing ecological changes in northeastern U.S. mountains. As temperatures warm, snowpack decreases, and rainfall patterns shift, plants and animals are responding in a variety of ways.
Climate Change, Conservation, Science, Blog Post
Stream in West Virginia
10/23/2015

As part of a growing movement to make scientific data more publicly accessible, Austin Polebitski (University of Wisconsin-Platteville, University of Massachusetts) and colleagues gathered and compiled stream temperature data, and began the process of organizing the data for use by decision makers.

Wisconsin, Climate Change, Conservation, Native Americans, External News
Cabin for NE CSC Retreat in the Woods
10/5/2015
This year's 2015 NE CSC Fellows Retreat, hosted by the the University of Wisconsin and the College of Menominee Nation through the Sustainable Development Institute, was held September 22-25 in Suring, Wisconsin. Twenty Graduate and Postdoctoral Fellows gathered to share their research, develop collaborations, and learn from stakeholders and scientists who have established strong working relationships. Fellows acquired skills for engaging with tribal leaders and resource managers and learned about climate-related challenges and adaptation solutions in the Northern Wisconsin region.
U.S. Geological Survey, Climate Change, Science, Blog Post
NorEaST portal screenshot
9/17/2015

Climate change is expected to alter stream temperature and flow regimes over the coming decades, and in turn influence distributions of aquatic species in those freshwater ecosystems. To better anticipate these changes, there is a need to compile both short- and long-term stream temperature data for managers to gain an understanding of baseline conditions, historic trends, and future projections.

Climate Change, Science, Blog Post
NE Map Viewer
9/14/2015

Have you ever wondered what type of forest grows on the hill behind your house or in the wilds of maritime Canada,  which birds you might find in a North Atlantic salt marsh, or how protected are the Northeast’s alpine summits?  Now this information is at your fingertips through a unique interactive map, covering 13 US states and 4 Canadian provinces.

Climate Change, Science, External News
Screenshot of WaterViz Tool
8/27/2015
Even if you are nowhere near ice-cold Hubbard Brook in the rugged White Mountains of New Hampshire, you can tune into the water cycle with Waterviz, an online tool partially funded by the Northeast Climate Science Center that creates digital art and plays a live forest symphony generated from environmental sensors placed in a mountain valley.
Climate Change, Conservation, Science, External News
Mixed Birds over Lake Michigan
8/27/2015
Mark your calendars for a five-webinar series this fall from the Northeast Climate Science Center, highlighting research from our funded projects and an invited presentation from Julio Betancourt from the USGS.
Climate Change, Science, External News
Harper's Ferry Storm
8/27/2015
Application of storm transposition can identify vulnerabilities to extreme storm event, and hence to climate change. The specific findings of this study will inform local decisions, as well as demonstrate the efficacy of the storm transposition method.
U.S. Geological Survey, Climate Change, Press Release
Department of the Interior Image
8/10/2015

A new paper led by U.S. Geological Survey Ecologists Erik Beever (Research Ecologist, Northern Rocky Mountain Science Center) and Michelle Staudinger (Science Coordinator, Northeast Climate Science Center) addresses the importance of including adaptive capacity of species as a fundamental component when assessing vulnerability to rapid climate change.

U.S. Geological Survey, Climate Change, Conservation, Science, Press Release
Department of the Interior Image
7/20/2015

The Department of the Interior Northeast Climate Science Center (NE CSC) has released a report today synthesizing the latest information on the vulnerability of species and ecosystems to climate change in a 22-state region in the Northeast and Midwest U.S.  

U.S. Geological Survey, Climate Change, Conservation, Science, Press Release
Lyons Forest
5/11/2015

Jack pine forests are critical in the upper Great Lakes region and regeneration of these forests is challenging due to drought and other stressors. John Almendinger, MN DNR, is grateful for NE CSC Fellow Kyle Gill's research on jack pine forest dynam

U.S. Geological Survey, Climate Change, Youth, Press Release
Department of the Interior Image
4/23/2015

Learn about a new Northeast Climate Science Center project, Climate Assessments and Scenario Planning, led by Postdoctoral Fellow, Alex Bryan. Alex provides guidance to NE CSC stakeholders to help them better anticipate and prepare for future climate.

Climate Change, Press Release
Department of the Interior Image
4/14/2015

New research shows that Lake Erie's dead zones are actually quite active, greatly affecting fish distributions, catch rates and the effectiveness of fishing gear.

Climate Change, Press Release
Department of the Interior Image
3/31/2015

NE CSC affiliated scientists at the University of Wisconsin-Madison have developed a tool that allows communities to identify vulnerability to high runoff flows and flooding from extreme rainfall events, before damage occurs.

Climate Change, Press Release
Department of the Interior Image
3/25/2015

Dilemmas are tackled by the Northeast Climate Science Center (NE CSC), a federal-academic partnership that provides scientific information, tools and techniques that natural resource managers can use to anticipate, monitor and adapt to climate change.

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