Science Planning and Implementation
The science implemented by the Southeast CASC provides information about future conditions, assessments of potential impacts, and tools that can be used to inform and facilitate adaptation by our partners. SE CASC supports integration of science information into conservation delivery, by working with, and building the capacity of, resource managers to interpret the science in order to integrate it into their management and decision-making processes.
SE CASC Science Projects
Foundational Science Area - Exposure
SE CASC Science Priority 1 - Improve partner understanding of what climate and land use change processes and associated biophysical stressors will look like on the land and water they manage.
Foundational Science Area - Impacts
SE CASC Science Priority 2 - Improve partner understanding of ecosystem, habitat, and species impacts of climate and land use change, as well as the understanding of how these changes affect resources of specific concern to resource managers.