Spring Webinar Series: Incorporating Indigenous Knowledges into Federal Research and Management
Running bi-weekly from April 6 to June 1, 2023 (3 PM ET), this series centers Indigenous voices to explore ethical, legal, and scientific considerations for working within different knowledge systems and provides guidance reflecting best practices.
Meet our Scientists!
Our scientists tell their stories of climate adaptation through the USGS Climate Champions video series. Check them out!
2022 Year in Review
Explore the accomplishments of the CASC network and its partners for the fiscal year 2022.
CASC science helps resource managers and stakeholders better understand and prepare for climate change.
Our quarterly webinar series showcases how CASC science informs climate adaptation management.
Our feature stories highlight CASC success stories, high-quality data products, and our talented scientists.
Ecological Drought Across the Country
Learn about this cross-CASC initiative to understand the ecological impacts of drought
Climate Adaptation Science Centers
From wildfires to sea-level rise, climate change creates evolving challenges for ecosystems across the Nation. The USGS National and Regional Climate Adaptation Science Centers (CASCs) is a partnership-driven program that teams scientists with natural and cultural resource managers and local communities to help fish, wildlife, water, land, and people adapt to a changing climate.
The CASCs fund projects generating research, data sets, and tools to help natural and cultural resource managers protect natural places & local communities in a changing climate.
Our network is comprised of the National CASC and nine regional CASCs, covering the continental U.S., Alaska, Hawai'i, the U.S.-Affiliated Pacific Islands, and the U.S. Caribbean.
The CASC network has supported over 200 students and early-career scientists and managers through 10+ fellowship and training programs.