A recent study suggests fish habitat is more resilient to climate changes than previously thought.
In an extensive synthesis, forest researchers examine why it’s difficult to extrapolate from drought impacts on individual trees to drought impacts on whole forests.
A new look at how atmospheric rivers and extreme precipitation will increase in a changing climate.
In the Eastern US, heat events have precursors in a specific patch of warm water in the Pacific and in dry weather.
Last summer, CIRC partnered with Oregon Sea Grant to interview Oregonians about how they were responding to the drought. Video of these interviews is now available.