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Circular divided into horizontal layers of vignettes illustrating interactions between people and natural world. Broadening Participation in Environmental Science Through Fellowships
Broadening Participation in Environmental Science Through Fellowships
Broadening Participation in Environmental Science Through Fellowships

In this webinar, speakers Elijah Johnson, Abigail Lynch, Olivia LeDee, and Cielo Sharkus discuss various ways and benefits to broadening participation in environmental science through fellowship programs.

In this webinar, speakers Elijah Johnson, Abigail Lynch, Olivia LeDee, and Cielo Sharkus discuss various ways and benefits to broadening participation in environmental science through fellowship programs.

Circular divided into horizontal layers of vignettes illustrating interactions between people and natural world. Environmental Justice Tools and Evaluation
Environmental Justice Tools and Evaluation
Environmental Justice Tools and Evaluation

In partnership with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service National Conservation Training Center, the National CASC presents a webinar series on the intersection between climate and environmental justice and environmental research.

This webinar's speakers are:

In partnership with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service National Conservation Training Center, the National CASC presents a webinar series on the intersection between climate and environmental justice and environmental research.

This webinar's speakers are:

Circular divided into horizontal layers of vignettes illustrating interactions between people and natural world. Showcasing Regional Differences in Climate and Environmental Justice Applications
Showcasing Regional Differences in Climate and Environmental Justice Applications
Showcasing Regional Differences in Climate and Environmental Justice Applications

In partnership with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service National Conservation Training Center, the National CASC presents a webinar series on the intersection between climate and environmental justice and environmental research.

This webinar's speakers are:

In partnership with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service National Conservation Training Center, the National CASC presents a webinar series on the intersection between climate and environmental justice and environmental research.

This webinar's speakers are:

Close up of waves on a lake. Text reads: Climate Adaptation Postdoctoral Fellows Program, Coming together. CAP Fellows Program: Coming Together as a Cohort
CAP Fellows Program: Coming Together as a Cohort
CAP Fellows Program: Coming Together as a Cohort

Meet the 2022-2024 cohort of the Climate Adaptation Postdoctoral (CAP) Fellows Program, focused on “The Future of Aquatic Flows”!

Meet the 2022-2024 cohort of the Climate Adaptation Postdoctoral (CAP) Fellows Program, focused on “The Future of Aquatic Flows”!

Close up of waves on a lake. Text reads: Climate Adaptation Postdoctoral Fellows Program, Coming together. CAP Fellows Program: Coming Together as a Cohort (AD)
CAP Fellows Program: Coming Together as a Cohort (AD)
CAP Fellows Program: Coming Together as a Cohort (AD)

Meet the 2022-2024 cohort of the Climate Adaptation Postdoctoral (CAP) Fellows Program, focused on “The Future of Aquatic Flows”!

Meet the 2022-2024 cohort of the Climate Adaptation Postdoctoral (CAP) Fellows Program, focused on “The Future of Aquatic Flows”!

Looking down on snow-covered pine trees. Text reads: Climate Adaptation Postdoctoral Fellows Program, Spotlight: Megan Behnke Spotlight: Megan Behnke, CAP Fellows Program
Spotlight: Megan Behnke, CAP Fellows Program
Spotlight: Megan Behnke, CAP Fellows Program

Megan Behnke is a Climate Adaptation Postdoctoral (CAP) fellow with the Alaska Climate Adaptation Science Center. Based out of the University of Alaska Southeast, her research explores how stream chemistry changes under new climate and stream conditions, and how these changes impact valuable fish species like salmon.

Megan Behnke is a Climate Adaptation Postdoctoral (CAP) fellow with the Alaska Climate Adaptation Science Center. Based out of the University of Alaska Southeast, her research explores how stream chemistry changes under new climate and stream conditions, and how these changes impact valuable fish species like salmon.

Looking down on snow-covered pine trees. Text reads: Climate Adaptation Postdoctoral Fellows Program, Spotlight: Megan Behnke Spotlight: Megan Behnke, CAP Fellows Program (AD)
Spotlight: Megan Behnke, CAP Fellows Program (AD)
Spotlight: Megan Behnke, CAP Fellows Program (AD)

Megan Behnke is a Climate Adaptation Postdoctoral (CAP) fellow with the Alaska Climate Adaptation Science Center. Based out of the University of Alaska Southeast, her research explores how stream chemistry changes under new climate and stream conditions, and how these changes impact valuable fish species like salmon.

Megan Behnke is a Climate Adaptation Postdoctoral (CAP) fellow with the Alaska Climate Adaptation Science Center. Based out of the University of Alaska Southeast, her research explores how stream chemistry changes under new climate and stream conditions, and how these changes impact valuable fish species like salmon.

A river winds through mountains. Text reads: Climate Adaptation Postdoctoral Fellows Program: Program Overview Climate Adaptation Postdoctoral Fellows Program: Overview
Climate Adaptation Postdoctoral Fellows Program: Overview
Climate Adaptation Postdoctoral Fellows Program: Overview

Hosted by the USGS Climate Adaptation Science Centers (CASCs), the Climate Adaptation Postdoctoral (CAP) Fellows Program supports applied research at both national and regional scales. Each two-year fellowship cohort is centered around a common climate theme. The 2022-2024 cohort is themed “The Future of Aquatic Flows.”

Hosted by the USGS Climate Adaptation Science Centers (CASCs), the Climate Adaptation Postdoctoral (CAP) Fellows Program supports applied research at both national and regional scales. Each two-year fellowship cohort is centered around a common climate theme. The 2022-2024 cohort is themed “The Future of Aquatic Flows.”

A river winds through mountains. Text reads: Climate Adaptation Postdoctoral Fellows Program: Program Overview Climate Adaptation Postdoctoral Fellows Program: Overview (AD)
Climate Adaptation Postdoctoral Fellows Program: Overview (AD)
Climate Adaptation Postdoctoral Fellows Program: Overview (AD)

Hosted by the USGS Climate Adaptation Science Centers (CASCs), the Climate Adaptation Postdoctoral (CAP) Fellows Program supports applied research at both national and regional scales. Each two-year fellowship cohort is centered around a common climate theme. The 2022-2024 cohort is themed “The Future of Aquatic Flows.”

Hosted by the USGS Climate Adaptation Science Centers (CASCs), the Climate Adaptation Postdoctoral (CAP) Fellows Program supports applied research at both national and regional scales. Each two-year fellowship cohort is centered around a common climate theme. The 2022-2024 cohort is themed “The Future of Aquatic Flows.”

Hand-drawn circular diagram showing continuum of wildlands, with little human development, to dense urban town centers. Urban Ecology Symposium Welcome & Kickoff
Urban Ecology Symposium Welcome & Kickoff
Urban Ecology Symposium Welcome & Kickoff

The Urban Climate Adaptation Virtual Symposium, a showcase of climate adaptation strategies and partnerships in urban and suburban ecosystems with an emphasis on environmental justice needs and collaborations, was held on April 4, 2024. 

The Urban Climate Adaptation Virtual Symposium, a showcase of climate adaptation strategies and partnerships in urban and suburban ecosystems with an emphasis on environmental justice needs and collaborations, was held on April 4, 2024. 

Circular divided into horizontal layers of vignettes illustrating interactions between people and natural world. Incorporating Climate and Environmental Justice into Research and Resource Management: Climate & Environmental Justice at the National Scale
Incorporating Climate and Environmental Justice into Research and Resource Management: Climate & Environmental Justice at the National Scale
Incorporating Climate and Environmental Justice into Research and Resource Management: Climate & Environmental Justice at the National Scale

In partnership with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service National Conservation Training Center, the National CASC presents a webinar series on the intersection between climate and environmental justice and environmental research.

In partnership with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service National Conservation Training Center, the National CASC presents a webinar series on the intersection between climate and environmental justice and environmental research.

Circular divided into horizontal layers of vignettes illustrating interactions between people and natural world. Incorporating Climate and Environmental Justice into Research and Resource Management: Skillsets & Competencies Integral to Justice Work
Incorporating Climate and Environmental Justice into Research and Resource Management: Skillsets & Competencies Integral to Justice Work
Incorporating Climate and Environmental Justice into Research and Resource Management: Skillsets & Competencies Integral to Justice Work

In partnership with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service National Conservation Training Center, the National CASC presents a webinar series on the intersection between climate and environmental justice and environmental research.

In partnership with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service National Conservation Training Center, the National CASC presents a webinar series on the intersection between climate and environmental justice and environmental research.

Emily Nastase, a woman with brown hair under a knit hat, looks through a pair of binoculars. Meet Science to Action Fellow Emily Nastase
Meet Science to Action Fellow Emily Nastase
Meet Science to Action Fellow Emily Nastase

Emily Nastase is a 2023 Science to Action Fellow based out of North Carolina State University. Her dissertation research focuses on the ecology and behaviors of the Henslow’s sparrow.

Emily Nastase is a 2023 Science to Action Fellow based out of North Carolina State University. Her dissertation research focuses on the ecology and behaviors of the Henslow’s sparrow.

Emily Nastase, a woman with brown hair under a knit hat, looks through a pair of binoculars. Meet Science to Action Fellow Emily Nastase (AD)
Meet Science to Action Fellow Emily Nastase (AD)
Meet Science to Action Fellow Emily Nastase (AD)

Emily Nastase is a 2023 Science to Action Fellow based out of North Carolina State University. Her dissertation research focuses on the ecology and behaviors of the Henslow’s sparrow.

Emily Nastase is a 2023 Science to Action Fellow based out of North Carolina State University. Her dissertation research focuses on the ecology and behaviors of the Henslow’s sparrow.

View of the East River Valley from the shoulder of Gothic Mountain, Colorado Diverse Knowledge Systems and Science to Action Fellowships
Diverse Knowledge Systems and Science to Action Fellowships
Diverse Knowledge Systems and Science to Action Fellowships

A webinar presented by Dr. Abigail Lynch to provide information to those interested in applying to the Diverse Knowledge Systems and Science to Action Fellowships through the USGS National Climate Adaptation Science Center.

A webinar presented by Dr. Abigail Lynch to provide information to those interested in applying to the Diverse Knowledge Systems and Science to Action Fellowships through the USGS National Climate Adaptation Science Center.

A flyer for NCASC's Spring Webinar Series on Incorporating Indigenous Knowledge into Federal Research and Management. Incorporating Indigenous Knowledges into Federal Research and Management: Best Practices for Engaging Tribal Nations and Indigenous Peoples Surrounding Indigenous Knowledges
Incorporating Indigenous Knowledges into Federal Research and Management: Best Practices for Engaging Tribal Nations and Indigenous Peoples Surrounding Indigenous Knowledges
Incorporating Indigenous Knowledges into Federal Research and Management: Best Practices for Engaging Tribal Nations and Indigenous Peoples Surrounding Indigenous Knowledges

In November 2022, the White House Office of Science and Policy released guidance on how Federal agencies can ethically acknowledge and incorporate Indigenous Knowledges (IK) into science, management, and decision-making.

A flyer for NCASC's Spring Webinar Series on Incorporating Indigenous Knowledge into Federal Research and Management. Incorporating Indigenous Knowledges into Federal Research and Management: Tribal Policies around Indigenous Knowledges
Incorporating Indigenous Knowledges into Federal Research and Management: Tribal Policies around Indigenous Knowledges
Incorporating Indigenous Knowledges into Federal Research and Management: Tribal Policies around Indigenous Knowledges

In November 2022, the White House Office of Science and Policy released guidance on how Federal agencies can ethically acknowledge and incorporate Indigenous Knowledges (IK) into science, management, and decision making.

In November 2022, the White House Office of Science and Policy released guidance on how Federal agencies can ethically acknowledge and incorporate Indigenous Knowledges (IK) into science, management, and decision making.

A flyer for NCASC's Spring Webinar Series on Incorporating Indigenous Knowledge into Federal Research and Management. Incorporating Indigenous Knowledges into Federal Research and Management: Understanding the New White House Guidance on Indigenous Knowledges
Incorporating Indigenous Knowledges into Federal Research and Management: Understanding the New White House Guidance on Indigenous Knowledges
Incorporating Indigenous Knowledges into Federal Research and Management: Understanding the New White House Guidance on Indigenous Knowledges

In November 2022, the White House Office of Science and Policy released guidance on how Federal agencies can ethically acknowledge and incorporate Indigenous Knowledges (IK) into science, management, and decision making.

In November 2022, the White House Office of Science and Policy released guidance on how Federal agencies can ethically acknowledge and incorporate Indigenous Knowledges (IK) into science, management, and decision making.

Cover image for Climate Science Champions series Climate Science Champions: Introduction (AD)
Climate Science Champions: Introduction (AD)
Climate Science Champions: Introduction (AD)

From volcanologists to oceanographers, biologists to paleontologists, the U.S. Geological Survey employs thousands of scientists across the Earth sciences. Each has a unique role in supporting the bureau’s mission of providing “science that matters” to the American people.

From volcanologists to oceanographers, biologists to paleontologists, the U.S. Geological Survey employs thousands of scientists across the Earth sciences. Each has a unique role in supporting the bureau’s mission of providing “science that matters” to the American people.

Cover image for Climate Science Champions series Climate Science Champions: Introduction
Climate Science Champions: Introduction
Climate Science Champions: Introduction

From volcanologists to oceanographers, biologists to paleontologists, the U.S. Geological Survey employs thousands of scientists across the Earth sciences. Each has a unique role in supporting the bureau’s mission of providing “science that matters” to the American people.

From volcanologists to oceanographers, biologists to paleontologists, the U.S. Geological Survey employs thousands of scientists across the Earth sciences. Each has a unique role in supporting the bureau’s mission of providing “science that matters” to the American people.

Misty mountains overlaid with a picture of a smiling white man with short dark hair sitting in front of a computer. Climate Science Champions Season 3: Adam Terando, Research Scientist
Climate Science Champions Season 3: Adam Terando, Research Scientist
Climate Science Champions Season 3: Adam Terando, Research Scientist

Research Ecologist Adam Terando helps people understand how climate change may affect their communities and ecosystems by using mathematical models to “downscale” large global climate models. 

Research Ecologist Adam Terando helps people understand how climate change may affect their communities and ecosystems by using mathematical models to “downscale” large global climate models.