As part of our joint effort with the community of Spokane, Washington, the CIRC team has been advising Spokane community members as they create a climate vulnerability assessment for the Spokane region. This has been a long, at times difficult but nonetheless rewarding process that is now coming to something of an end, at least…
SCAP Continues With Some Pretty Awesome Results
A look at the climate adaptation work being done by the US Forest Service.
We’ve broken down our recent climate assessment into short, sharable factoids.
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.
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.
Resource managers and climate researchers are working together to help the Blue Mountains respond to climate change impacts. A recent report illustrates how.
OCCRI’s Li Sihan talks about citizen science and her work on weather@home.
This month we feature two articles resulting from OCCRI’s involvement in climateprediction.net.
Social scientists and climatologists team up to give Idaho residents and resource managers the data they need to respond to climate change.
Under climate change, tree species will migrate and wildfires are expected to increase in frequency. A new study tracks what this means for the Oregon’s Willamette River basin.
Important to both human and natural systems, mountain wetlands are both understudied and uniquely vulnerable to climate changes. Now, a new research approach is offering solutions.