NE CASC News

Sustaining Walleye Fisheries in the Face of Habitat Loss and Climate Change

Monday, May 20, 2019
Sandervitreus Eric Engbretson USFS

A new paper by NE CASC affiliated investigators Gretchen Hansen and Jordan Read presents the first empirical case study of the safe operating space for walleye in the face of climate change. Sustainable harvest decreases as walleye habitat decreases, so managers need to think about habitat as well as population to determine safe harvest. 

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Workshop Held to Prepare for Invasive Beetles’ Impact on Ash Trees

Monday, May 20, 2019

NE CASC researcher from the University of Vermont, Tony D’Amato, led a two-day colloquium of partners involved in the Black Ash Consortium and other related activities.

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SAVE THE DATE: Tribal Climate Resilience Summit

Monday, May 20, 2019

August 27-29 at the Turning Stone Resort Casino in Verona, NY on the Oneida Indian Nation.

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2018 Annual Report Now Available!

Monday, May 20, 2019

2018 saw completion of many NE CASC projects, along with publication of results, development of tools, trainings and workshops to deliver the science to stakeholders around the region. Learn about our Graduate and Postdoctoral Fellows training program and success stories, featured research on invasive species and adaptation strategies, as well as our contributions to the 4th National Climate Assessment.

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New Publication: Its About Time

Tuesday, April 23, 2019
North Atlantic Right Whale. Photo: NEAq

NE CASC Science Coordinator Michelle Staudinger publishes new study on coastal phenology. 

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Fellow's Highlight: Kristopher Winiarski

Tuesday, April 9, 2019

NE CASC Fellow Kristopher Winiarski reflects on his research on the population ecology and landscape genetics of vernal pool breeding salamanders and its implication for conservation managers.

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