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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.

Sping 2015 Newsletter: Climate

The spring 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 Climate Drivers.

North Central CSC 2014 Annual Report

The 2014 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. 

Winter 2015 Newsletter: Focus on Capacity Building

The winter 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 Capacity Building.

Fall 2014 Newsletter: Focus on Adaptation

The fall 2014 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.

North Central CSC 2013 Annual Report

The 2013 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 planning. 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. 

North Central CSC 2012 Annual Report

The 2012 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 planning. 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. 

North Central CSC 2012 Strategic Planning Workshop Report

On April 30‐May 2, Montana State University hosted the North Central Climate Science Center’s (NC CSC) strategic planning meeting.  The meeting brought together for the first time the North Central University Consortium (NCUC), members of the Stakeholder Advisory Committee (SAC), USGS centers within the NC CSC domain, other select and relevant federal research groups, and NC CSC staff.  Details and outputs from this workshop can be found in the attached report. 

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