California water providers’ climate change awareness divided between groundwater and surface water providers.
A recent paper provides a step-by-step guide to for coproducing actionable science.
John Stevenson, CIRC’s Extension Climate Specialist, reflects on what we learned helping residents in Idaho’s Big Wood River Basin adapt to climate changes.
Accepting the evidence for climate change might not be necessary to get people to respond to climate impacts. A new study looks at what this means for homeowners preparing for wildfires.
Social scientists and climatologists team up to give Idaho residents and resource managers the data they need to respond to climate change.
A new research method could help scientists and even resource managers jump computational hurdles. It’s been put to the test in the Willamette Water 2100 project.