Building up to the United Nations Climate Change Conference to be hosted by France in December 2015 (COP 21 - Paris Climate 2015), the French Ameri-Can Climate TalkS (FACTS) conference series is back for a second edition with 12 events across the United States and Canada. The conference series will be making a stop in Raleigh, North Carolina on Thursday, August 27th at North Carolina State University.
Save the Dates: Global Change Symposium, August 28, 2015 and French Ameri-Can Climate TalkS (FACTS) on August 27, 2015
Former North Carolina State University researcher Clinton Jenkins will present a webinar: U.S. Protected Lands Mismatch Biodiversity Priorities, Implications for the Southeast
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.
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.
A team of North Carolina State University and U.S. Geological Survey researchers authored a recently released article that explores the impact of climate change and urbanization on fire-dependent ecosystems.
A research team, supported by the Southeast Climate Science Center (SE CSC), recently conducted a study to understand the effects that habitat, species identity, and diversity have on the levels of food removal by these urban arthropods.
Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell announced today that the Southeast Climate Science Center is awarding nearly $150,000 for research to guide natural and cultural resource managers in helping wildlife and ecosystems adapt to climate change.
Aranzazu Lascurain, Program Coordinator at the Southeast Climate Science Center, was a presenter at the Natural Resources Committee of the United South and Eastern Tribes (USET) meeting on Oneida Indian lands in New York state on December 2, 2014.
Congratulations to Ayse Karanci, Ph.D. student at North Carolina State University and Global Change Fellow through the Southeast Climate Science Center, who received the Student Educational Award from the American Shore & Beach Preservation Association!
The SE CSC is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Ryan Boyles as the center's new university director. He is also the State Climatologist and Extension Associate Professor in the Department of Marine, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences.