NE CASC News

New study addresses the Emerald Ash Borer Invasion

Monday, June 18, 2018

 A new publication addresses the urgency of the threat of Emerald Ash Borer and gives insight to new adaptive management strategies.

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Connecticut River Flow Restoration Study released

Sunday, June 17, 2018

Report bridges the needs of nature and people along the Connecticut River.

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2017 Annual Report Now Available!

Tuesday, June 5, 2018

The Northeast Climate Adaptation Science Center (note our new name!) is proud to present its 2017 annual report.  Recent projects, events, research activities, and Fellow’s work are highlighted.  

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Adapting to Extreme Flooding: Conserving the Connecticut River Watershed

Monday, June 4, 2018

Conservation partners meet to strategize mitigation plans to protect communities and river habitats.

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Project Completed: Making Decisions in Headwater Stream Ecosystems

Friday, June 1, 2018

The final report, "Making decisions in complex landscapes: headwater stream management across multiple agencies " is now available. Project lead: Evan Grant, USGS and Department of Environmental Conservation, UMass Amherst

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NE CSC Federal Director, Mary Ratnaswamy Retires

Tuesday, April 24, 2018
Mary Ratnaswamy

Mary Ratnaswamy will be leaving the service of the Federal government when she retires from the USGS on April 30 after serving a rich and varied career.  Mary joined the Northeast Climate Adaptation Science Center (NE CASC, our new name as of March 2018) as Federal Director in 2012 when the NE CASC was in early stages of establishment.  She was instrumental in shaping our work in this region.  

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Scientist Spotlight: Toni Lyn Morelli’s First-hand Approach to Conservation in the Face of Climate Change

Friday, April 6, 2018

Toni Lyn Morelli has no shortage of enthusiasm for her job as a USGS research ecologist NE CSC. Her research focuses on the impacts of climate change, but this comprises a wide variety of projects spanning many years, a number of territories, and countless plant and animal species.

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