Global Change Seminars
Hurricanes: Extreme Weather in a Changing Climate
This seminar was hosted by our 2019-2020 cohort of Global Change Fellows on September 23, 2019. Panelists include Dr. Anantha Aiyyer (NCSU Marine, Earth, and Atmospheric Sciences), Dr. Erica Henry (NCSU Applied Ecology), Russell Nasrallah (NCSU Civil Engineering), Kayelyn Simmons (NCSU Marine, Earth, and Atmospheric Sciences), Olivia Vila (NCSU Parks, Recreation, and Tourism Management), and Dr. Mike Yoder (NC State Extension). The discussion was moderated by Global Change Fellow, Rachel Sussman.
Food and Water Security in the Face of Climate Change
This seminar was hosted by our 2018-2019 cohort of Global Change Fellows on November 1, 2018. Panelists include Dr. Abby Lynch (Research Fish Biologist, USGS), Mr. Kamal Bell (Founder of Sankofa Farms LLC), and Dr. Rob Dunn (Department of Applied Ecology, NC State). The discussion was moderated by Global Change Fellow, Emily Briggs.
The ‘How and Why’ of Integrating Ecosystem Services into Decision Making
This seminar was hosted by our Spring 2018 cohort of Global Change Fellows on March 29, 2018. Panelists include (Dr. Lydia Olander Director of the Ecosystem Services Program at the Nicholas Institute at Duke University and Southeast Climate Science Center Affiliate), and Dr. Mark Borsuk (Associate Professor in Civil and Environmental Engineering at Duke University).
SE CASC Invited Speakers
Harmful Algal Blooms and Climate Change: 2017 Global Change Seminar
Dr. Astrid Schnetzer presented a seminar on March 30, 2017 as part of the Spring 2017 Global Change Seminar Series, Building the Global Change Community, Harmful Algal Blooms and Climate Change
Designing Resilient Landscapes: Patterns of the Past, Visions of the Future
Speaker: Robin Grossinger, San Francisco Estuary Institute
USGS and CASC Presentations
Global Change Fellows Science Videos
Graduate students who are part of the Global Change Fellows Program have developed short videos describing their research.
NCASC Climate Change Science and Management Webinar Series
The National CASC partners with the National Conservation Training Center and Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies to highlight CASC-sponsored science projects about climate change impacts on fish and wildlife and to help inform resource management decisions across the U.S. In 2019, the webinars are focused on the theme of 'Science You Can Use' to highlight the CASCs’ ready to use science products.
Communicating Climate Science
A site for scientists to engage fellow citizens in conversation about climate science and change that is supported by the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research and United Nations Foundation.
Assessing and Communicating Climate Science: A Climate Prediction Market
Speaker: Michael Vandenberg, Director, Climate Change Research Network Vanderbilt Law School
Katharine Hayhoe, Climate Scientist from Texas Tech University, developed a series of short videos that answer questions and explain aspects of climate change in straightforward language.
Safeguarding Wildlife from Climate Change Webinar Series
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and National Wildlife Federation have developed a series of web conferences to increase communication and transfer of technical information between conservation professionals regarding the increasing challenges from climate change.
North Carolina Coastal Impacts Workshop
Climate Change and Coastal Impacts Workshop 2015
The following videos contain portions of a workshop on Coastal Climate Change for Media Professionals that was held in October 2015 in Beaufort, N.C. The event was organized by the North Carolina Coastal Federation, Climate Communication, the Southeast Climate Science Center, and Climate Central to provide a forum for media professionals to learn about climate change and its impacts in coastal North Carolina.
Climate, Conservation and Corridors Seminar Series
Assessing Vulnerability and Adaptation Options for Species and Natural Communities Threatened by Sea Level Rise in Florida
Speaker: Reed Noss, University of Central Florida
Scaling up from meso-experiments to 5-mile corridors through farms and cities: what does a successful conservation corridor look like?
Speaker: Paul Beier, Northern Arizona University, School of Forestry