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Explore tools and interactive geonarratives created by CASC-funded projects.

Lake Class and Walleye Natural Resources Information

The goal of this tool is that users of the tool can use the information provided here to inform their decisions (or their advice to those with decision-making authority) about whether to Resist, Accept, or Direct in walleye fisheries in Wisconsin. 

U.S. Inland Creel and Angler Survey Catalog (CreelCat)

CreelCat is a database and tool for inland fisheries management and research. State natural resource agencies endeavor to provide high-quality and sustainable fishing opportunities for anglers. Managers often use creel and other angler survey data to inform management efforts. CreelCat aims to provide managers and decision-makers with tools to aid the management of recreational fisheries

2022 Climate Adaptation Science Centers Annual Summary

In Fiscal Year 2022 (October 2021-September 2022), the National and Regional CASCs worked closely with partners to accomplish a multitude of science-based achievements!

Glacier Dashboard

The U.S. Geological Survey Alaska Climate Adaptation Science Center collaborated with the Alaska Science Center and Northern Rocky Mountain Science Center to compile available datasets on glacier outlines, ice thickness, ice velocity, and glacier surface elevation change to assess the vulnerability of Alaskan glaciers. This data viewer reflects that effort.

Watershed-based Midwest Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment Tool

Climate change has and is projected to continue to alter historic regimes of temperature, precipitation, and hydrology.

Climate Change and Freshwater Fish

Lakes in Wisconsin are getting warmer, and fish communities are changing as a result. Understanding recent trends and anticipating future changes can help decision-makers protect resilient populations, adapt to new conditions, and effectively communicate realistic expectations.

2021 Climate Adaptation Science Centers Annual Summary

A geonarrative highlighting the Climate Adaptation Science Center's science, partnerships, and capacity building activities from Fiscal Year 2021.

Inland Fisheries Across the World: Assessing the State of Freshwater Aquatic Resources

Inland fisheries represent 12% of total global fishery production, provide accessible and affordable high-quality protein to some of the world's most vulnerable populations, and lack the traditional assessment processes necessary for estimating harvest potential. This project aimed to develop a scalable framework to assess the current and future status of inland fisheries worldwide. 

Ecological Drought Across the Country

Learn about how the Climate Adaptation Science Centers have been exploring the topic of ecological drought across the country. 

The Fish and Climate Change Database (FiCli)

The Fish and Climate Change Database (FiCli) is a comprehensive resource of climate change effects on inland fishes globally.

2020 Climate Adaptation Science Centers Annual Summary

A geonarrative highlighting the Climate Adaptation Science Center's science, partnerships, and capacity building activities from Fiscal Year 2020.