A menu of adaptation strategies and approaches that provides options for taking action to integrate climate change considerations into forest mgmt. and conservation.
A series of case studies developed using Adaptation Resources for Agriculture in combination with the Adaptation Workbook
Coastal forests and farmlands in parts of the Southeast are being negatively affected by saltwater intrusion and salinization. Elevated salinity levels cause crop yield declines, coastal forest loss, salt-tolerant invasive species takeover, eutrophication and marsh migration.

Map of United States defining the geographic region covered by each climate hub

 

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Since 2017, a group of Agricultural Research Service scientists, Natural Resources Conservation Service air quality experts and others have been working to understand agriculture, air quality and climate change in the Southwestern and Southern Plains Climate…
The Healthy Forests briefs series, authored by the Science Advisory Panel of the California Governor’s Forest Management Task Force in collaboration with the USDA California Climate Hub and the USGS Southwest Climate Adaptation Science Center, characterizes…
New research is showing that arid and semi-arid rangeland soils contain surprisingly biodiverse and abundant seed banks; these seeds persisting in the soil may provide a natural resource to help restore degraded rangeland sites that are of economic and…
Managers are looking for innovative ways to adapt diverse forest ecosystems to climate change. The Adaptive Silviculture for Climate Change (ASCC) Network is a collaborative effort between managers and scientists exploring robust examples of how to integrate…
Educators from the Asombro Institute for Science Education, are both teachers and scientists who are skilled at translating scientific findings into engaging education activities. In December 2020, they showcased three of the 17 lessons available in the…