NE CASC and collaborators hold 2nd Slow the Flow workshop: Coastal Climate Resilience. Read More >>
NE CASC principal investigators, staff, and fellows, contribute and co-author the Fourth National Climate Assessment.
NE CASC Affiliated Investigator Ben Zuckerberg issues final report for grassland bird conservation.
A new pubication by NE CASC Graduate Fellow Dan Miller with NE CASC PI Raymond Bradley reconstructions paleotemperature and climate in New England.
NE CASC Fellow Ambarish Karmalkar addresses uncertainty in climate modeling projections.
This project addressed the impact of climate on the production of maple syrup.
NE CASC has awarded just over $650,000 to consortium institutions, universities and other partners for research to inform cultural and natural resource managers in planning how to help species and ecosystems adapt to climate change.
NE CASC's Alex Bryan reflects on lessons learned after four years as Climate Assessments and Scenario Planning Postdoctoral Fellow.
This September NE CASC partnered with other climate science organizations to sponsor the 3rd Annual Great Lakes Adaptation Forum.
NE CASC principal investigator Anthony D’Amato finds tactics to maintain ecological funciton of forests in the wake of climate change.
NE CASC science coordinator, Michelle Staudinger and Tribal Climate Science Liaison, Casey Thornbrugh engage Tribal youth in land stewardship.
The Northeast Regional Invasive Species and Climate Change Management Network hosted nearly 120 people representing more than 50 organization from 16 states at its 2nd annual symposium.
NE CASC Fellow Valerie Pasquarella takes a collaborative approach in addressing landscape-scale research needs.
Emily Powell and Michelle Staudinger partner with US Fish and Wildlife to provide a comprehensive review of how natural infrastructure is being used to improve coastal resilience.
A new publication finds that common songbird could approach near-extinction due to climate change.
NE CASC affiliated investigator Ben Zuckerberg studies the effects of climate change on grassland birds.
UMass Amherst-based researchers were awarded small grants for short-term NE CASC projects.
The final report, Characterizing Local and Rangewide Variation in Demography and Adaptive Capacity of a Forest Indicator Species, is now available. AI: Evan Grant, USGS
NE CASC Postdoctoral Fellow Madeline Magee studies how Wisconsin lakes are changing under the effects of climate change and land use.
The project, Incorporating social drivers to optimize conservation practices that address Gulf Hypoxia and declining wildlife populations impacted by extreme climate events, addresses major conservation challenge through collaborative action.
NE CASC partners with National Park Service to protect climate-threatened species.
New study utilizes novel method to evaluate snow for wildlife‐environment associations.
A new publication addresses the urgency of the threat of emerald ash borer and gives insight to new adaptive management strategies.
A report assembled by the US Army Corps of Engineers and The Nature Conservancy bridges the needs of nature and people along the Connecticut River.
4th Fellows Retreat Focuses on northern montane climate impacts and long-term and mulit-disciplinary studies.
Learn about their science and stakeholder engagement