Climate Adaptation Science Centers

South Central CASC

South Central CASC researchers are working throughout the region to understand how future climate might impact streamflow and water availability in the Rio Grande basins, how Rio Grande Cutthroat Trout might fare as non-native trout populations increase, how tribal managers can best use science findings to prepare for the future, and much more.

Explore South Central CASC Science Projects

Map of the South Central CASC showing consortium members

Map of the South Central CASC showing consortium members.

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Consortium

  • University of Oklahoma (Host)
  • Texas Tech University
  • Louisiana State University
  • Chickasaw Nation
  • Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma
  • Oklahoma State University
  • NOAA’s Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Lab

 

Key Documents & Reports

 

Learn more on the South Central CASC consortium-led website

 

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Contacts

Carolyn Enquist, Ph.D.

Acting Director, South Central CASC
South Central Climate Adaptation Science Center
Phone: 520-260-7761

Mike Langston, Ph.D.

Deputy Director, South Central CASC
South Central Climate Adaptation Science Center
Phone: 405-325-0664

Renee McPherson

University Director, South Central CASC
University of Oklahoma
Phone: 405-325-1272