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The National CASC offers monthly webinars to highlight science projects related to climate change impacts and adaptation from the National and Regional Climate Adaptation Science Centers. 

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November 29, 2018

Impact of Future Climate and Non-Natives on HI's Aquatic Ecosystems

A warming climate will have fundamental impacts on freshwater, a critical driver of tropical island ecosystems. Declining baseflows are of particular concern as they threaten to interrupt the link between the freshwater habitats of adult migratory fish and the marine environments where their larvae grow and disperse, especially where habitat availability is already limited

Staudinger holding a Atlantic puffin chick on Seal Island National Wildlife Refuge.
July 10, 2018

Atlantic puffin chick

Staudinger holding a Atlantic puffin chick on Seal Island National Wildlife Refuge. 

A person wearing a read glove highlights invasive ginger plant growing, the person is about to remove the ginger from the ground
June 21, 2018

Ginger removal

Ginger removal.

Amidst a cooled lava field, bright red flowers grow from a shrub-like plant.
June 21, 2018

Metrosideros polymorpha

Amidst a cooled lava field, bright red flowers grow from a shrub-like plant.

Staudinger with Abigail Archer and Jonathan Franklin tagging alewife.
April 28, 2018

Staudinger tagging alewife

Staudinger with Abigail Archer (Woods Hole Sea Grant and Cape Cod Cooperative Extension) and Jonathan Franklin (Harvard University) tagging adult alewife for a passage study looking at pre- and post movements after a dam removal at Town Brook in Plymouth, Massachusetts.

Longleaf Pine forest in Florida
April 20, 2018

Longleaf Pine forest in Florida

Longleaf pine stand near Tall Timbers Research Station, Florida. Longleaf forests such as these are dependent on frequent, low-intensity fires to maintain habitat structure and function. 

Prescribed burning management in a Florida Forest
April 17, 2018

Prescribed burning management in a Florida Forest

A prescribed burn at Tall Timbers Research Station, Florida. Dr. Terando is working with researchers at Tall Timbers to understand how climate change could affect fire management in the Southeast. 

Prescribed fire management in a Florida forest
April 17, 2018

Prescribed Burning in Florida

A prescribed burn being monitored by an aerial drone. Dr. Terando is working with researchers at Tall Timbers to understand how climate change could affect fire management in the Southeast. 

Six USGS Scientists hold up a poster they presented in front of the U.S. Capitol.
April 12, 2018

USGS Scientists at Capitol Hill Roundtable on Extreme Events

On April 12, the USGS, together with the American Fisheries Society (AFS), hosted a roundtable discussion with congressional staff centered on the impacts of extreme weather events like hurricanes, floods, droughts, and wildfires on inland fish. Scientists with the USGS National Climate Adaptation Science Center (NCASC) are investigating how climate-related changes, such

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‘InFish’ voluntary professional network.
April 11, 2018

Abby Lynch Scientist Spotlight

‘InFish’ (http://infish.org/) is a voluntary professional network that seeks to address challenges facing inland fish through novel approaches and international collaborations.

Brian Miller presenting
March 29, 2018

Scenario planning workshop with Devils Tower National Monument

Miller presenting historical climate information during a scenario planning workshop with Devils Tower National Monument.