Announcements

Sep 21, 2021

New Report: Testing the Transferability of the Optimal Preservation Model at Gulf Islands National Seashore

A SE CASC research team comprised of Erin Seekamp, Xiao Xiao, Max Post van der Berg, and Mitch Eaton were supported by National Park Service to continue development of the Optimal Preservation (OptiPres) model, a climate adaptation planning and decision […]

Sep 14, 2021

New Drought Severity Index Considers Water Demand in Times of Drought to Reduce Water Deficit

This semester, the SE CASC Global Change Fellows have worked to create science expert videos that communicate the state of the science of various landscape conservation challenges related to global change in the southeastern United States. Students chose a topic […]

Sep 10, 2021

Highlighting SE CASC Corridor Modeling Research That Aims to Improve Connectivity Under Climate Change

This semester, the SE CASC Global Change Fellows have worked to create science expert videos that communicate the state of the science of various landscape conservation challenges related to global change in the southeastern United States. Students chose a topic […]

Sep 1, 2021

Former Global Change Fellow Aspires to Make Environmental Education a Place for All

This semester, the SE CASC Global Change Fellows have worked to create science expert videos that communicate the state of the science of various landscape conservation challenges related to global change in the southeastern United States. Students chose a topic […]

Aug 27, 2021

Deadline Extended – SE CASC Hiring Opportunities for Two Fellows: Climate Impacts & Tribal Climate Strategies

Southeast CASC announces openings for two Fellows to be hired through Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education (ORISE). Both positions are research opportunities available with U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Southeast Climate Adaptation Science Center (SE CASC) located in Raleigh, […]

Aug 24, 2021

Integrating Multiple Factors, Complex Tradeoffs to Evaluate Adaptation of Historic Structures

An article by a SE CASC research team including Erin Seekamp (SE CASC co-PI) and Xiao Xiao (SE CASC Researcher) along with Arizona State University student Peizhe Li, “Climate adaptation planning for cultural heritages in coastal tourism destinations: A multi-objective […]

Aug 18, 2021

September 16, 10am ET: SE CASC Special Seminar on Coastal Wetland Transformation

This fall, Southeast Climate Adaptation Science Center is teaming up with our partners at the South Atlantic Blueprint Team to co-sponsor a Special Science Seminar/ Third Thursday Web Forum. Will the Coastal Wetlands Stay or Will They Go? Coastal Wetland […]

Aug 16, 2021

Forecasting Rivers in the Sky: An Overview of Atmospheric Rivers

This semester, the SE CASC Global Change Fellows have worked to create science expert videos that communicate the state of the science of various landscape conservation challenges related to global change in the southeastern United States. Students chose a topic […]

Aug 6, 2021

For Insect’s Sake – The Importance of Incorporating Natural Elements In Our Cities

This semester, the SE CASC Global Change Fellows have worked to create science expert videos that communicate the state of the science of various landscape conservation challenges related to global change in the southeastern United States. Students chose a topic […]

Aug 3, 2021

Understanding, Preparing for, and Managing Harmful Algal Blooms

This semester, the SE CASC Global Change Fellows have worked to create science expert videos that communicate the state of the science of various landscape conservation challenges related to global change in the southeastern United States. Students chose a topic […]