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Sep 28, 2022

Research Shows How Conservation Strategy Selection Can Impact Landscape Connectivity

2018-19 SE CASC Global Change Fellow, Tina Mozelewski, was first author on a recent publication in the journal Conservation Biology, Forecasting the influence of conservation strategies on landscape connectivity. SE CASC Faculty Affiliate Robert Scheller was a co-author to the […]

Aug 24, 2022

SE CASC to Provide Regional Expertise and Information Resources to New NSF Indigenous Science Hub Project

The Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs, Bryan Newland, announced on August 3, 2022 that Haskell Indian Nations University, a Bureau of Indian Education-operated Tribal University in Lawrence, Kansas, is the recipient of a $20 million award from the National Science […]

Aug 24, 2022

USET Tribal Climate Resilience Camp

The United South and Eastern Tribes (USET) held its first in-person Tribal Climate Resilience Camp from July 10-15  in the homelands of the Wabanaki Nations-The People of the Dawn, at the Schoodic Institute in Winter Harbor, ME. The following overview […]

Aug 16, 2022

Land-Grab Universities: How the Morrill Act funded land grant universities by taking Indigenous lands

In 1862, President Abraham Lincoln signed the Morrill Act, which turned nearly 11 million acres of land expropriated from tribal nations into seed money for land grant universities. This November, join NC State for two days of events exploring the […]

Aug 3, 2022

Perspectives from Morgan Chavis, Science Communication Intern with National CASC and NC State

Morgan Chavis, student at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, just finished her Science Communication summer internship supported by the National and Southeast Climate Adaptation Science Centers. This post contains two articles written by Morgan for the NC State […]

Jun 26, 2022

SE CASC Supported Study Projects Increased Habitat Loss and Carbon Release in Coastal Marshes

A new publication by SE CASC researchers Katie Warnell, Lydia Olander (Duke Consortium PI), and Carolyn Currin entitled, Sea level rise drives carbon and habitat loss in the U.S. mid-Atlantic coastal zone, was published on June 23 in the journal, […]

Jun 20, 2022

SE CASC Study Analyzes Academic Contribution and Stakeholder Use of Collaborative Research

A new publication by a SE CASC-supported research team, Amanda A. Hyman, Steph L. Courtney, Karen S. McNeal, Lalasia Bialic-Murphey, Cari S. Furiness, Mitchell J. Eaton, Paul R. Armsworth, Distinct pathways to stakeholder use versus academic contribution in climate adaptation […]

Jun 15, 2022

Global Change Fellow Shows Shorter, Wider Flowers May Transmit More Parasites to Bees

A new publication, Floral shape predicts bee–parasite transmission potential, has been published in the journal, Ecology, authored by 2019-20 SE CASC Global Change Fellow Mario Simon Pinilla-Gallego. SE CASC University Director Rebecca Irwin was a co-author to the article. The […]

Jun 10, 2022

NCSU Student Wins AFS Award for Presenting SE CASC Research on At-risk Freshwater Mussels

Joseph Mclver, a graduate student researcher for the SE CASC funded project, Impacts of Sea Level Rise and Associated Salinity Changes on At-risk Native Freshwater Mussels and Their Habitats in Atlantic Coastal Rivers, won the Richard L. Noble Best Student […]

Jun 9, 2022

Celebrating Caribbean American Heritage Month: Voices of Caribbean Resource Managers

In recognition of Caribbean American Heritage Month, we are highlighting the Caribbean oral history project conducted by a team including 2021-2022 Global Change Fellow Melody Hunter-Pillion in 2018. Along with others at the Southeast Climate Adaptation Science Center and the […]