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.
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