Southeast CASC Presentations at the 2018 American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting

A fallen tree due to coastal erosion at Brikckhill Bluff, Cumberland Island, GA.

Are you going to the 2018 American Geophysical Union Fall meeting (December 10-14, 2018) in Washington, D.C.? Check out these presentations from the published papers and sessions of leadership, researchers, staff, and Global Change Fellows of the Southeast Climate Adaptation Science Center!

Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Adaptive Management as structured Translational Ecology: A proposal and a case study from Puerto Rico (PA22D-02)
Author: Adam J Terando, USGS Research Ecologist
Time: 10:24am – 10:27am
Location: Walter E Washington Convention Center – eLightning Theater II

Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Assessing climate risks and adaptation opportunities in the Southeast U.S. as part of the Fourth National Climate Assessment (PA31D-1168)
Authors: Adam J Terando, USGS Research Ecologist; Kirstin Dow, Southeast CASC Consortium PI, University of South Carolina Columbia; Aranzazu Lascurain, Southeast CASC University Affiliate; Michael Osland, Southeast CASC Researcher and USGS Research Ecologist
Time: 8:00am – 12:20pm
Location: Walter E Washington Convention Center – Hall A-C (Poster Hall)

Towards a global synthesis of land-surface fluxes for natural and human-altered watersheds using the low-dimensional Budyko framework (Invited- H33D-01)
Author: Dol Raj Chalise, Southeast CASC Global Change Fellow
Time: 1:40pm – 1:55pm
Location: Walter E Washington Convention Center – 154AB

Understanding the cumulative effects of dams on regional streamflow dynamics (H33D-04)
Authors: Dol Raj Chalise, Southeast CASC Global Change Fellow
Time: 2:25pm – 2:40pm
Location: Walter E Washington Convention Center – 154AB

Thursday, December 13, 2018

Effects of dam purpose and degree of regulation on flow regime alteration over the continental United States (H41N-2298)
Author: Dol Raj Chalise, Southeast CASC Global Change Fellow
Time: 8:00am
Location: Walter E Washington Convention Center – Hall A-C (Poster Hall)

Interactive simulations and systems thinking to broaden pathways into climate change and sustainability (GH41A-1418)
Author: Karen McNeal, Southeast CASC Consortium PI, Auburn University
Time: 8:00am – 12:20pm
Location: Walter E Washington Convention Center – Hall A-C (Poster Hall)

Ecological Drought: An Emerging Threat Across the United States (TT42B)
Authors: Kate Malpeli, National CASC and Southeast CASC Communications Specialist
Time: 10:50am – 11:20am
Location: Marriott Marquis – University of DC/Catholic University

Addressing SST Uncertainty for Future Precipitation Extremes within the Southeast and Caribbean US at Convective Permitting Scales (GC43J-1674)
Authors: Jared Bowden, Southeast CASC Researcher; Adam Terando, Jaime Collazo, Southeast CASC Researchers and USGS Research Ecologists
Time: 1:40pm – 6:00pm
Location: Walter E Washington Convention Center – Hall A-C (Poster Hall)

Building Better Graphs for Climate Change Communication: Evidence from Eye-tracking (ED43E-1277)
Author: Karen McNeal, Southeast CASC Consortium PI, Auburn University
Time: 1:40pm – 6:00pm
Location: Walter E Washington Convention Center – Hall A-C (Poster Hall)

Communicating Global Change through Music: The Affect on Attendee Engagement, Conceptions, Perceptions, and Behaviors
Author: Lindsay Maudlin, 2016-2018 Southeast CASC Global Change Fellow; Karen McNeal, Southeast CASC Consortium PI, Auburn University
Time: 1:40pm – 6:00pm
Location: Walter E Washington Convention Center – Hall A-C (Poster Hall)

Downscaled Precipitation Sensitivity to Gridded Observation Data and Downscaling Technique (GC43J-1675)
Author: Adrienne Wootten, 2012-13 Southeast CASC Global Change Fellow and SE CASC Researcher, South Central CASC University Researcher
Time: 1:40pm – 6:00pm
Location: Walter E Washington Convention Center – Hall A-C (Poster Hall)

Friday, December 14, 2018

Modeling observed changes in forest tree species assemblages in response to forest management, disturbance and climate across the conterminous U.S. (B51J-2075)
Author: Jennifer Costanza, Southeast CASC Researcher
Time: 8:00am – 12:20pm
Location: Walter E Washington Convention Center – Hall A-C (Poster Hall)

Optimizing wetland restoration to minimize phosphorous loading at a regional scale (H54G-01)
Author: Nitin Singh, 2014-15 Southeast CASC Global Change Fellow
Time:  4:00pm – 4:15pm
Location: Walter E Washington Convention Center – 146A

Interested in presentations from leadership, staff, and students of the National and other Regional Climate Adaptation Science Centers?

View all CASC presentations here: https://casc.usgs.gov/content/casc-presentations-2018-agu-meeting