06
JUN
2019

Unique Method for Stakeholder Input Informs Co-Produced Model of Sudden Oak Death Transmission

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Spring 2018 Global Change Fellow, Devon Gaydos, is the lead author on a new publication from her research, in the journal Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B. You can read the paper, “Forecasting and control of emerging infectious forest disease through...
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Cliff and landscape scene
01
JUN
2019

Research Explores Climate Effects on Small, Biodiversity-rich “Island” Ecosystems of the Southeast

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A new SE CASC-supported paper, Ecological islands: conserving biodiversity hotspots in a changing climate, was published today in the journal, Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, presenting results of work by SE CASC researcher and USGS ecologist Jennifer Cartwright. The...
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Students on beachfront with lighthouse
31
MAY
2019

Optimizing Cultural Resource Preservation Under Climate Change

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NC State PI, Erin Seekamp, SE CASC Research Ecologist Mitch Eaton, and SE CASC researchers Xiao Xiao, Sandra Fatoric, Max Post van der Burg, and Allie McCreary have just released two publications that summarize research from the SE CASC project, Protecting Cultural Resources in...
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Adam Terando in front of poster
23
MAY
2019

Researcher Spotlight – Adam Terando

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A closer look at the research of Adam Terando, USGS Ecologist for the Southeast Climate Adaptation Science Center. View original post on the National CASC website here. Ecologist Adam Terando has always been interested in the natural world. Growing up on a farm in central...
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21
MAY
2019

Southeast CASC Initiates Four New Actionable Science Projects During FY18

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Research funded by the SE CASC encompasses a range of science activities that contribute to understanding the exposure and impacts of global change on resources that matter to our partners and to framing decisions about adaptation strategies, emphasizing principles of co-produced...
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Heavy equipment on beach scene
14
MAY
2019

Climate Change Impact on Tourism Demand and Local Economies in the Outer Banks, NC

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A recent article describes the applied research conducted by NC State PI, Erin Seekamp, and 2016-17 Global Change Fellow, Karly Bitsura-Meszaros, as part of the SE CASC supported project Influences on coastal tourism demand and substitution behaviors from climate change impacts...
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Young man on river bank
10
MAY
2019

Researcher Spotlight – Dol Raj Chalise

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2018-19 Global Change Fellow PhD Student, Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering Advisor: Dr. Sankar Arumugam Every year the Southeast Climate Adaptation Science Center funds a multi-disciplinary cohort of Global Change Fellows representing colleges...
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Quail amid tall grass
09
MAY
2019

Ghost Forests Created by Sea Level Rise Cause Changes in Bird Communities

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A newly published article, Bird community shifts associated with saltwater exposure in coastal forests at the leading edge of rising sea level, presents findings of research by 2016-17 Global Change Fellow, Paul Taillie, along with Christopher Moorman (Faculty Affiliate), Lindsey...
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Empty school classroom
06
MAY
2019

Intergenerational Learning is an Important Factor in Climate Education

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This NC State news release describes a recent article that summarizes results of research completed by Global Change Fellow, Danielle Lawson, Children can foster climate change concern among their parents. SE CASC PIs Nils Peterson and Erin Seekamp, and Faculty Affiliate Kathryn...
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