NECSC News

NE SCS Fellow's Publication on Wildfire Activity in Central Maine

Thursday, October 19, 2017
Study site at Basin Pond, ME

Wildfire frequency and distributions in the Northeast will directly be affected by climate change, but little is known about wildfire activity in the past.

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Using Models to Predict Complex Wildlife Responses to Climate

Thursday, October 19, 2017
Wood Thrush (Photo: K. C. Azar)

NE CSC Postdoctoral Fellow Tom Bonnot looked into the varying population size and distribution of two critical bird species, the prairie warbler and wood thrush, by modeling their population distribution across the central hardwoods and then predicting how these variables will change up to the year 2100. 

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Introducing Three New Projects Funded by the NE CSC

Tuesday, October 17, 2017
Vernal Pool.  Photo: Joanna Gilkeson USFWS

The Northeast Climate Science Center has brought on three new projects recently in order to address wildlife conservation and climate change.

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New Publication: Tipping Points of Coastal Fish, Wildlife, and Plants

Wednesday, September 27, 2017
Mottled duck. Photo: Dick Daniels

A team of scientists from US Fish and Wildlife Service, North Atlantic Landscape Conservation Cooperative, and the NE CSC  synthesized information on thresholds – or “tipping points” – for 45 focal species of fish, wildlife, and plants in response to sea-level rise and coastal storms.

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Announcing the Fall 2017 Webinar Series

Wednesday, September 20, 2017
Photo: Josh Rapp

This Fall the NE CSC webinar series will focus on the variability of climate change in the Northeast and Midwest. NE CSC researchers will discuss how we can adapt to and manage potential changes in climate. Join us in Morrill Science Center II, Room 134, or tune in remotely (see webinar page for webinar connection). 

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NE CSC Welcomes Casey Thornbrugh as the NE/SE Tribal Climate Science Liaison

Thursday, September 7, 2017

Casey C. Thornbrugh is the Northeast and Southeast Tribal Climate Science Liaison with the United South and Eastern Tribes (USET).

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Announcing the Northeast Indigenous Climate Resilience Network

Monday, July 31, 2017
Menominee Tribal members Dale Kakkak (CMN staff member) and Jennifer Gauthier show NE CSC Fellow Tim Duclos how to process wild rice at the Mawaw Ceseniyah Language and Culture Center.  Photo:  T. Bonnot

The Sustainable Development Institute at the College of Menominee Nation, a consortium institution with the NE CSC, has launched an online resource for Tribal members, scientists, and supporting partners to engage on similar interests, find research and adaptation opportunities together, and to connect across our region.

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