Climate Adaptation Science Centers

Southeast CASC

Southeast CASC supported scientists are working to understand how future sea level rise will impact coastal wildlife refuges and National Park lands, how habitat conditions might change for wildlife in the Pine Rockland ecosystem of South Florida and other areas, how wildlife corridors and connectivity may be impacted by climate change, and much more.

Explore Southeast CASC Science Projects

Map of the Southeast CASC showing consortium members

Map of the Southeast CASC showing consortium members.

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Consortium

  • North Carolina State University (Host)
  • Auburn University
  • Duke University
  • University of Florida
  • University of South Carolina
  • University of Tennessee

 

Key Documents & Reports

 

Learn more on the Southeast CASC consortium-led website

 

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Contacts

Emily Fort

Acting Director, Southeast CASC
Southeast Climate Adaptation Science Center
Phone: 703-648-4082

Ryan Boyles, Ph.D.

Deputy Director, Southeast CASC
Southeast Climate Adaptation Science Center
Phone: 919-513-2816

D. Derek Aday

University Director
Southeast CASC North Carolina State University
Phone: 919-513-7568