11
MAY
2018

Tribal Resilience Grants, Now Open Until July 2

The Bureau of Indian Affairs’s Tribal Resilience Program is pleased to announce the...
08
MAR
2018

Documentary Screening, Chasing Coral, Q&A with Mark Eakin of NOAA

Coral reefs around the world are vanishing at an unprecedented rate. A team of divers,...
05
JUL
2017

Partners to Inform New Science Plan, SE CSC Embarks on Listening Tour

As part of developing a new strategic science plan this fall, 2017, the Southeast Climate...
16
FEB
2017

Southeast Regional Engagement Workshop for 4th National Climate Assessment, March 16

The Southeast Climate Science Center together with NC State University will host the Regional...
13
FEB
2017

Eye on the (Butterfly) Future, Global Change Fellow’s Research Profiled

Reposted courtesy of Chris Liotta, CALS New Services Elsita Kiekebusch, a Ph.D. student and a...
07
FEB
2017

Guide to Freshwater Cyanobacteria, Harmful Algal Blooms for Native American and Native Communities

Barry Rosen, Tribal Liaison for the SE Regional Office has published a USGS Open File Report,...
02
FEB
2017

A New Paper in Nature Finds Changes in Climate Expected to Transform Coastal Wetlands This Century

Changes in rainfall and temperature are predicted to transform wetlands in the Gulf of Mexico...
18
JAN
2017

January 2017 Newsletter

SE CSC NEWS: Learn more about our newest funded science projects, FY2016: Read more. The SE CSC...
11
JAN
2017

New State Climate Summaries Bring Local Information to You

In response to growing demands for state-level information on the assessment of climate change,...
12
DEC
2016

The Inside Story: Highlights and perspectives from the first ever National CSC Early Career Training

This post and video comes from the Early Career Climate Forum, courtesy of Toni Klemm of the...