Wherein we review a study on projected climate impacts to irrigated agriculture and the CIRCulator’s Managing Editor says goodbye. It is now generally acknowledged that warming tied to human-induced climate change is going to hit our species where it will most assuredly count: in the fields that produce our foods, potentially impacting such tabletop essentials…
Study imagines a very bad drought impacting Willamette River fish and strategies that could help reduce those impacts.
California’s increased wildfire activity linked to climate change.
Study examines which agencies are doing controlled burns and where, pointing to the need for more controlled burns in the West.
The many forces leading to flooding in estuaries…and Tina Turner
Study looks at how the American West’s disappearing mountain snow is likely to vary from year to year under climate change.
Study looks at the combined effects of heat and humidity under projected climate change
Study tackles the ensemble spread problem by examining climate change on the Columbia River Basin.
Are there pitfalls in coproduction growing in popularity? One study thinks so.
Paper examines the counter intuitive findings of the Willamette Water 2100 project.
NIDIS DEWS launches a new climate resource in response to the snow drought affecting much of the US West.
Many Pacific Northwest coastal communities have experienced increased flooding and erosion. Learn more.