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…
How the Pacific Northwest’s snowpack rebounded this winter
Study imagines a very bad drought impacting Willamette River fish and strategies that could help reduce those impacts.
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.
This summer the Northwest got a break from the hot and smoky conditions of recent summers past. Learn more in this installment of Northwest Climate Currents.
Study looks at the combined effects of heat and humidity under projected climate change
SCAP Continues With Some Pretty Awesome Results
Study tackles the ensemble spread problem by examining climate change on the Columbia River Basin.
Winter was benign for much of the Northwest. Then things changed…
Oregon State University Professor Philip Mote, the long-time Director of the Oregon Climate Change Research Institute ( OCCRI) and co-lead of the Pacific Northwest Climate Impacts Research Consortium (CIRC), has taken a new position at OSU. In February of this year, Phil began his new appointment as Vice Provost and Dean of Oregon State University’s…
CIRC releases step-by-step guide to the Northwest Climate Toolbox.