Climate Adaptation Science Centers

Webinars

The National CASC is partnering with the National Conservation Training Center and the Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies to offer the "Climate Change Science and Management Webinar Series" to highlight CASC-sponsored science projects about the potential and predicted climate change impacts on fish and wildlife and to help inform resource management decisions across the U.S. 

In 2019, the webinars are focused on the theme of 'Science You Can Use' to highlight the CASCs’ ready to use science products.

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Date published: October 24, 2019
Status: Active

Upcoming Webinar: Climate Adaptation Planning with Alaska-Based Adaptation Tools

View this webinar to learn how the Alaska CASC and partners are developing climate adaptation tools for Alaskan communities implementing climate adaptation strategies.

Contacts: Ryan Toohey, Ph.D., Jeremy Littell, Ph.D., Malinda Chase, Nancy Fresco, Ph.D
Date published: September 24, 2019
Status: Active

Webinar: Sea-Level Rise, El Niño, and Storm Effects on Coastal Tidal Marshes

View this webinar to learn how climate change may affect El Niño events and extreme storms on coastal wetlands.

Date published: July 25, 2019
Status: Active

Webinar: Climate Projections as a Way to Illustrate Future Possibilities

View this webinar to learn how climate projections illustrate how future climate could unfold.

Contacts: Adrienne Wootten
Date published: April 16, 2019
Status: Active

Webinar: Variable Warming in Lakes of the Upper Midwest and Implications for Sport Fish

Check out this webinar to learn more about how warming temperatures are affecting lakes in the Midwest and the fish they support.

Contacts: Jordan S Read
Date published: March 28, 2019
Status: Active

Webinar: Forest Management for Mitigating Drought Impacts

View this webinar to learn more about forest drought in the Southwest U.S. and ongoing research to mitigate regional drought effects. 

Contacts: John Bradford
Date published: December 13, 2018
Status: Active

Webinar: Aquatic Ecosystem Vulnerability to Fire and Climate Change in Alaskan Boreal Forests

View this webinar for more information about conservation efforts surrounding aquatic habitats in boreal Alaska.

Date published: November 29, 2018
Status: Active

Webinar: Assessing the Impact of Future Climate and Introduced Species on Hawaiʻi's Aquatic Ecosystems

View this webinar to learn how a warming climate will have fundamental impacts on freshwater, a critical driver of tropical island ecosystems.

Contacts: Yin-Phan Tsang, Hannah Clilverd
Date published: October 23, 2018
Status: Active

Webinar: Linking Remote Sensing and Bird Behavior Data to Understand the Impacts of Drought on Waterfowl

View this webinar to learn how scientists are exploring the impacts of drought on waterfowl.

Date published: September 20, 2018
Status: Active

Webinar: Connectivity for Climate Change: Assessing Threats and Identifying Conservation Actions

View this webinar to learn how researchers are examining habitat connectivity as a conservation strategy in the face of climate change.

Contacts: Jen Costanza
Date published: June 26, 2018
Status: Active

Webinar: Well Traveled Bird Seeks Fun Loving Plant: Waterfowl Seeking Submerged Aquatic Vegetation

View this webinar to learn how scientists are exploring the impacts of climate change on waterfowl and the vegetation they rely on.

Contacts: Kristin DeMarco
Date published: May 31, 2018
Status: Active

Webinar: Evaluating the Effectiveness of Seasonally Assisted Migration through Fish Rescue Programs

View this webinar to learn how scientists are evaluating the effectiveness of fish rescue programs in the Pacific Northwest. 

Contacts: Jonathan Armstrong, Brittany Beebe
Date published: April 26, 2018
Status: Active

Webinar: Implications of Changing Winter Severity for Waterfowl in the Great Lakes Basin

View this webinar to learn how researchers are examining the potential impacts of changing weather severity on waterfowl.

Contacts: Michael Notaro, Michael Schummer