Future warming in the Northwest may be less severe during large precipitation events.
We’ve broken down our recent climate assessment into short, sharable factoids.
Climate change accounts for a doubling of area burned in the US West, according to new study.
The year 2015 saw record low snowpack in Western US, study finds.
A report from the National Academies of Sciences outlines how the science of linking extreme weather events, from heat waves to hurricanes, has grown by leaps and bounds in recent years.
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.