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.
August 27-29 at the Turning Stone Resort Casino in Verona, NY on the Oneida Indian Nation.
The NECASC Project Early Career Climate Communications and Networking has released its Final Report.
NE CASC Science Coordinator Michelle Staudinger publishes new study on coastal phenology.
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.
Final Report released for Phase I of Increasing the resilience and resistance of climate-vulnerable northeastern species and ecosystems project.
NE CASC Postdoctoral Fellow William DeLuca's new publication tracks one of the most fascinating natural history events on the planet.
NE CASC Graduate Fellow Keenan Yakola wins the Best Student Paper Award at the Pacific Seabird Group annual meeting.
A new publication released reviews the cascade effects of deer and moose populations on ecosystems.
Former NE CASC Fellow Madeline Magee contributes to first comprehensive assessment of projected ice loss and impacts to communities.
NE CASC Fellow Wang Wen and Principle Investigator Frank Thompson published a new paper analyzing the effects climate change and tree harvest on future tree species distribution changes.
NE CASC Principal Investigator Radley Horton contributes to new paper aiming to help decision-makers confront the effects of sea level rise.
NE CASC project Climate Assessments and Scenario Planning (CLASP), led by Alex Bryan, has come to completion.
NE CASC collaborates to hold the 1st Culturally Appropriate Climate Change Adaptation Planning for Tribes & Tribal Partners workshop.
NE CASC PIs Richard Palmer and Keith Nislow completed the project "Reconnecting Floodplains and Restoring Green Space as a Management Strategy to Minimize Risk and Increase Resilience in the Context of Climate and Landscape Change."
NE CASC Fellow Dan Miller featured for his 'eye-opening' new study.
NE CASC PI Anthony D'Amato publishes new paper on emerald ash borer management.
NE CASC communication intern Michael Crowley recieves national honors from the national Udall Scholarship.
NE CASC Fellow Meaghan Guckian reflects on her work creating the Early Career Climate Communications Forum.
NE CASC and collaborators hold 2nd Slow the Flow workshop: Coastal Climate Resilience. Read More >>
NE CASC Graduate Fellow Nigel Golden shares his adventures in the Alaska's Denali National Park and Preserve.
NE CASC Affiliated Investigator Ben Zuckerberg issues final report for grassland bird conservation.
NE CASC principal investigators, staff, and fellows, contribute and co-author the Fourth National Climate Assessment.
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.
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