NE CASC News

Call for Statements of Interest: NE CASC Fiscal Year 2022 Research Awards

Tuesday, February 9, 2021

The Northeast Climate Adaptation Science Center is pleased to announce a call for Statements of Interest regarding Fiscal Year 2022 Research Awards. A maximum of $1.25 million is available for the Northeast region, and NE CASC intends to fund as many as 6-10 projects through the FY22 RFP.

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2020 NE CASC Annual Report

Friday, February 12, 2021
Marbled Salamander

NE CASC is pleased to share our 2020 Annual Report, which documents many of our accomplishments over the past year by summarizing our recent research, outreach, and educational activities. 

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New Publication: Sediment Supply and Potential Impacts of Dam Removals

Thursday, February 11, 2021
Sediment Trap

A new study by NE CASC researchers Brian Yellen and Jon Woodruff reveals that man-made dams built in the Lower Hudson watershed do not trap as much sediment from riverways as previously believed. These findings are particularly important for the many Hudson River communities seeking to remove existing man-made dams that are no longer needed for industrial use and may negatively impact wetlands or interfere with local river restoration efforts.

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Environmental & Water Engineering Spring Seminar Series

Monday, February 8, 2021

NE CASC University Director Richard Palmer has organized a Spring Environmental & Water Resources Engineering webinar Series for Spring Semester 2021. All members of the NE CASC community are enthusiastically invited to participate!

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NE CASC Position Opening: Deputy Federal Director

Monday, January 25, 2021

NE CASC is seeking to fill an opening for Deputy Federal Director via a detail opportunity available to federal employees and employees of eligible organizations under the Intergovernmental Personnel Act. The Deputy Director is responsible for helping develop the NE CASC strategic science agenda and managing all aspects of NE CASC's strategic operations, among other duties. 

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NE CASC Offers "Indigenous Knowledge on Climate Adaptation Science" Course for Five College Consortium Students

Friday, January 15, 2021

A new spring course hosted by the Northeast Climate Adaptation Science Center (NE CASC) will highlight Tribal speakers to discuss climate adaptation science. The course, Geology 497K: Indigenous Knowledge on Climate Adaptation Science, will be held virtually on Thursdays from 4:00 - 5:15 PM and is open to undergraduate and graduate students within the Five College Consortium.

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New Publication: Rapid Tidal Marsh Development in Anthropogenic Backwaters

Tuesday, December 22, 2020
Hudson River Development

A new study led by NE CASC researcher Brian Yellen shows that Hudson River Estuary marshes are growing significantly faster than current sea level rise, suggesting that they should be resilient to accelerated sea level rise in the future. Concluding that tidal marshes can be developed relatively easily and quickly, this work provides a framework for guiding land conservation strategies.

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NE CASC Holds "Biological Thresholds" Workshop

Monday, December 21, 2020
Lynx

160 members of the NE CASC community recently participated in our “Biological Thresholds in the Context of Climate Change” workshop. Designed to identify management priorities in addressing the potential climate change-induced crossing of biological thresholds, the workshop attracted staff from 50 federal or state agencies. 

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