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CASC Science Featured in White House Indigenous Knowledge Guidance Report

The White House recently released guidance for Federal departments and agencies on incorporating Indigenous Knowledge into federal research and...

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Climate change and pesticides imperil a once common pollinator

BOZEMAN, Mont. — The western bumble bee was once common in western North America, but increasing temperatures, drought, and pesticide use have...

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Friday's Findings - January 27 2023

Title: Potential Shifts of Climate Zones in Global Terrestrial Protected Areas and Implications for Biodiversity Conservation: A Case Study of North...

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Better Science Through More Diverse Science

North Central CASC Deputy Director spoke on the importance of increasing diversity in science to find creative and innovative solutions to today’s...

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Searching for the Missing Pieces of the Invasive Plants Puzzle

Recently published research led by the Northeast CASC sheds light on the need for more data on invasive species around the world.

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From Saguaros to Submarines: 10 incredible stories about Earth’s ecosystems you might have missed in 2022

As 2022 wraps up, we’re looking back on the amazing work of USGS scientists, in an attempt to create a Top 10 list. But with so much exciting science...

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Home for the Holidays: Follow One Mule Deer’s 242-Mile Journey Across the Changing American West

As the shortest day of the year arrives, many of us are traveling home for the holidays. Many migratory deer around the West are just arriving at...

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National CASC Collaborates on New Tribal Climate Resilience Assessment Report

The Bureau of Indian Affairs Branch of Tribal Climate Resilience (TCR), in collaboration with the National CASC, published a regional assessment...

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New big game migration maps support conservation planning across the West

LARAMIE, Wyo.The USGS, in partnership with state and Tribal wildlife agencies, today published the third volume in a series of new maps of big game...

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Bridging the Knowledge Gaps Between Harmful Algal Blooms and Climate Change

Southeast CASC supported researchers are identifying and providing updated information on the occurrences of harmful algal blooms in the Southeast U.S...

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Páginas bilingües resaltan la ciencia de peligros naturales del USGS en Puerto Rico

   

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