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Latest Southwest Climate Hub Additions

In a changing climate, natural resource managers and professionals are considering climate adaptation planning in their management plans. The National Park Service (NPS) Southeast Utah Group (SEUG), U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), Northern Arizona University (…
An understanding of plant traits, plant evolutionary history, and local adaptative mechanisms can be used to optimize restoration for important plant species in the Great Basin, and sagebrush ecosystems across the West. The U.S. Forest Service Rocky Mountain…
Resources for the free online course in Adaptation Planning and Practices for land owners and managers, agricultural producers, and natural resource professionals in the Rio Grande Basin.
2021 Annual Conference of the Soil and Water Conservation Society - Climate Hubs' session
Asombro Institute workshops during Summer 2021 help teachers share current climate research with students
A new Ranch Drought Monitoring Dashboard aims to provide information to help ranchers in the Great Plains and Southwest U.S. answer common drought-related questions and to support rancher decision-making. The dashboard contains a number of features, including…
The USDA Southwest Climate Hub and the New Mexico Department of Agriculture working lands group synthesized carbon information to investigate how commonly used tools measure up to observed data. Join the SWCH team at a virtual scientist-stakeholder…
“Tools for the Beef Industry”, aka TOBI, searches a database of over 550 decision support tools published by cooperative extension, domestic and international universities and government agencies, NGOs, and private developers.
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…
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…