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Mar 17, 2022

Conservation Strategy Selection Influences Future Landscape Connectivity

A new publication, Forecasting the influence of conservation strategies on landscape connectivity, authored by 2018-19 SE CASC Global Change Fellow, Tina Mozelewski, was released in the journal, Conservation Biology on Feb. 24, 2022. SE CASC Faculty Affiliate Robert Scheller was […]

Mar 16, 2022

Mar. 29, 3:30PM Seminar – Why Framing Matters: Tools for More Inclusive Climate Change Communication

  Join us for a virtual Global Change Seminar organized by the Southeast CASC Global Change Fellows Tuesday March 29, 2022, 3:30 – 4:30 pm ET Why Framing Matters: Tools for More Inclusive Climate Change Communication   Featuring:  Kayla McCurry, […]

Mar 15, 2022

Researcher Spotlight – Lauren Pharr

2021-22 Global Change Fellow PhD student, Department of Forestry and Environmental Resources Advisors: Drs. Caren Cooper and Christopher Moorman Every year the Southeast Climate Adaptation Science Center funds a multi-disciplinary cohort of Global Change Fellows representing colleges across NC State University. […]

Mar 14, 2022

Global Change Fellow’s Research Shows that Forests at High Elevation Don’t Reduce Water Use During Drought

A new publication, Forest water use is increasingly decoupled from water availability even during severe droughts, has been published in the journal, Landscape Ecology, authored by 2019-20 SE CASC Global Change Fellow, Katie McQuillan. SE CASC Faculty Affiliates Mirela Tulbure and Katherine Martin […]

Mar 4, 2022

March 22, 1pm ET: SE CASC Science Seminar on Benefits of Natural and Working Lands in Conservation Planning

Join us for our Spring virtual science seminar series highlighting SE CASC funded projects supporting resource management actions across the Southeast. Each month a SE CASC researcher will provide an overview of their work and the management implications of their […]

Feb 23, 2022

SE CASC Study Uses Open-source Data and Machine Learning to Predict Flood Damage Probability

A new publication by a SE CASC-supported research team, Predicting flood damage probability across the conterminous United States, has been published in the journal, Environmental Research Letters. The publication is the product of SE CASC project, Improving Scenarios of Future […]

Feb 23, 2022

Researcher Spotlight – Madeline Anderson

2021-22 Global Change Fellow Master’s student, Department of Marine, Earth, and Atmospheric Sciences Advisor: Dr. Astrid Schnetzer Every year the Southeast Climate Adaptation Science Center funds a multi-disciplinary cohort of Global Change Fellows representing colleges across NC State University. The current […]

Feb 21, 2022

February 2022 Newsletter

February 2022 Newsletter Welcome to the Southeast Climate Adaptation Science Center’s February 2022 Newsletter. For news and upcoming events related to the Southeast Climate Adaptation Science Center, subscribe to our monthly newsletter. SE CASC News | Resources | Publications | […]

Feb 18, 2022

Expansion of Mangrove Forests Into Salt Marshes Impacts Wetland Ecosystem Services

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Changing climate conditions continue to play out in ways that can be seen in changes to natural ecosystems. These ecosystem impacts are experienced by people in multiple ways because of the many ways we depend on and […]

Feb 17, 2022

New Tools: Mapping the Status and Benefits of Natural and Working Lands in North Carolina

SE CASC Consortium researchers, Katie Warnell and Lydia Olander have developed several products that summarize and visualize data and analyses of the status and benefits of natural and working lands – forests, farmlands, and wetlands – in North Carolina, work […]