Jun 9, 2021

National CASC Spotlight: Coastal Resilience and Restoration on Ship Island, MS

A SE CASC funded project used the process of structured decision making (SDM) to inform a coastal restoration effort which was recently completed on Ship Island – a small barrier island in Mississippi. This work was funded through the SE […]

Jun 9, 2021

Research Projects Shifts in Fire Regimes Through the End of Century

SE CASC Research Ecologist, Adam Terando and SE CASC Consortium PI, John Kupfer, are co-authors to Robust projections of future fire probability for the conterminous United States, published in the Oct 2021 edition of the journal, Science of The Total Environment, […]

Jun 8, 2021

New SE CASC Publication: Frameworks for Communicating About Wildlife Disease Transmission

A new publication, Cultural Cognition and Ideological Framing Influence Communication About Zoonotic Disease in the Era of COVID-19, was published in Frontiers in Communication on May 31, 2021. This work was supported through the SE CASC Southeast Conservation Adaptation Strategy […]

Jun 3, 2021

June 10, 11am ET: SE CASC Science Seminar on Lessons Learned from the Southeast Conservation Adaptation Strategy

This summer, the SE CASC is hosting a virtual science seminar series highlighting SE CASC supported projects supporting resource management actions across the Southeast. Each month a SE CASC researcher will provide an overview of their work and the management […]

May 24, 2021

New Report Explores SECAS Mission and Success Over the Past Decade

A new report by the Southeast Conservation Adaptation Strategy, SECAS FUTURES: Structuring Governance to Achieve Landscape-scale Conservation Outcomes, was released on March 31, 2021. This report was supported through the SE CASC funded project, Vital Futures: Conservation Adaptation Planning for […]

May 24, 2021

SE CASC Report Provides a Framework for Species Status Assessments of Grassland Species

A team of SE CASC researchers led by Jennifer Cartwright (USGS Biologist)  and Dwayne Estes (Southeastern Grasslands Initiative) and including SE CASC Deputy Director Ryan Boyles, published Science needs of southeastern grassland species of conservation concern—A framework for species status […]

May 12, 2021

Introducing the 10th Annual Cohort of Southeast CASC Global Change Fellows

We are proud to welcome our newest cohort of Global Change Fellows and to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the program! These exceptional NC State graduate students represent diverse fields of study from civil engineering to the humanities. They will […]

May 10, 2021

Global Change Fellow Shows Urban Heat Increases Dangerous Caterpillar Stage

2015-2016 Global Change Fellow Kristi Backe was lead author and SE CASC Faculty Affiliate Steve Frank was co-author on a new publication, Human health risks of invasive caterpillars increase with urban warming, which was released in the journal Landscape Ecology […]

Apr 30, 2021

Global Change Fellow’s Research Will Inform Prescribed Fire Management Strategies

2019-2020 Global Change Fellow, Kate Jones is leading new research that utilizes geospatial modeling and data visualization to better understand how management actions and climate change will affect smoke dispersal from prescribed burns in western North Carolina. The following article […]

Apr 19, 2021

Virtually Celebrating Earth Day 2021

Earth Day is a day dedicated to demonstrating support for environmental protection and this year, a number of virtual events are taking place so you can safely take part in the celebration! Below is a collection of events that have […]