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Capacity Building at the NC CSC: Winter 2016 Newsletter

The Winter 2016 issue of the North Central Climate Science Center newsletter is now available to view and download. This quarterly publication highlights various aspects of the work that the Center is doing in each of the foundational science areas: climate drivers, impacts, adaptation, and capacity building. It also introduces the public to the NC CSC team, their publications and work, and upcoming opportunities for involvement.

This issue focuses on Capacity Building Initiatives.

North Central Climate Science Center Google Scholar Profile

The North Central Climate Science Center recently set up an institutional Google Scholar Profile. Please visit this link to check out publications from our staff and funded investigators.

North Central CSC 2015 Annual Report

The 2015 Annual Report details the ongoing efforts of the North Central Climate Science Center to offer itself as a resource for vulnerability assessment, adaptation, and mitigation projects. The Center strives to help Department of Interior land managers and others in the region to manange a portfolio of ever-increasing climate data in such a way as to make informed and effective on-the-ground decisions. More details can be found in the report below. 

Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment for Colorado Bureau of Land Management

Colorado Natural Heritage Program [CNHP]. 2015. Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment for Colorado Bureau of Land Management. K. Decker, L. Grunau, J. Handwerk, and J. Siemers, editors. Colorado Natural Heritage Program, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado.

Climate Research Briefing on SNOTEL Temperature Inhomogeneities

SNOTEL sensor upgrade has caused temperature record inhomogeneities for the Intermountain West: Implications for climate change impact assessments

Imtiaz Rangwala, Tim Bardsley, Marcus Pescinski and Jim Miller

Fall 2015 Newsletter: Adaptation

The fall 2015 issue of the North Central Climate Science Center newsletter is now available to view and download. This quarterly publication highlights various aspects of the work that the Center is doing in each of the foundational science areas: climate drivers, impacts, adaptation, and capacity building. It also introduces the public to the NC CSC team, their publications and work, and upcoming opportunities for involvement.

This issue focuses on Adaptation.

2015 Open Science Conference Overview Video

In May 2015, the North Central Climate Science Center hosted an Open Science Conference to bring together stakeholders, managers, tribal leaders, and research scientist to discuss future directions for climate science research. The video below discusses the goals of the NC CSC, highlights key moments from the conference, and provides insights from conference speakers and attendees. For more information on the 2015 conference, inclduing photos, a conference summary report, and links to the keynote speech by Dr. Dan Wildcat, visit the conference outcomes webpage or the conference announcement.

Summer 2015 Newsletter: Impacts

The summer 2015 issue of the North Central Climate Science Center newsletter is now available to view and download. This quarterly publication highlights various aspects of the work that the Center is doing in each of the foundational science areas: climate drivers, impacts, adaptation, and capacity building. It also introduces the public to the NC CSC team, their publications and work, and upcoming opportunities for involvement.

This issue focuses on Impact Analysis.

El Niño Impacts and Outlook

The NC CSC recently participated in a regional collaboration with the High Plains Regional Climate Center, among others, to produce the Missouri River Basin El Niño report. This fact sheet explains some of the expected impacts of the 2015 El Niño event on the Missouri River Basin, as well as the outlook for the early spring.

Climate Space of Fire Regimes in North-West North America

This publication, co-authored by Dr. Geneva Chong of the North Central Climate Science Center,  looks at the distribution of fire regime attributes across broad-scale climate and human-influence gradients. The authors used a multivariate climate space framework that allows for analysis and conservation planning focused on incorporating complex drivers of change within the US and across international borders.

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