The eight climate science centers (CSCs) are located in eight regions across the United States. CSCs conduct research to determine the impacts of climate change on key natural and cultural resources in their region, and then provide scientific information and tools to resource managers as they plan for conserving resources in a changing world. Source: USGS.

Discussing ecological drought and climate change in Fairbanks, Alaska

Brianne Walsh ·
22 October 2015
Science Communication | 

In September, Simon Costanzo, Bill Dennison, and I had the opportunity to travel to Fairbanks, Alaska for a workshop focusing on the topic of ecological drought in the State of Alaska. The Department of the Interior Climate Science Centers (CSCs) and their managing organization, the National Climate Change and Wildlife Science Center at the U.S. Geological Survey, have chosen the emerging climate science field of ecological drought as a research focus area.

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Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife field headquarters.

Talking about moose and climate change in snowy Massachusetts

Bill Dennison ·
16 February 2015
Science Communication | Applying Science | 

Brianne Walsh and I traveled to Westborough, Massachusetts for a scientific synthesis workshop on climate change and moose in the North Woods of Northeastern U.S. The workshop was located at an amazing new facility which serves as the field headquarters for MassWildlife (Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife). This building was opened last autumn and is a zero-net-energy building which includes an artificial trout stream stocked with brook trout in the atrium.

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