Study imagines a very bad drought impacting Willamette River fish and strategies that could help reduce those impacts.
Study looks at how the American West’s disappearing mountain snow is likely to vary from year to year under climate change.
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…
Paper examines the counter intuitive findings of the Willamette Water 2100 project.
Project uses citizen science to measure snowpack.
Looking for the latest snowpack numbers for the Pacific Northwest? Look no further.
NIDIS DEWS launches a new climate resource in response to the snow drought affecting much of the US West.
Rising temperatures in the Pacific Northwest are making it far more likely that precipitation will fall more as rain and less as snow.
Over 90% of snow monitoring sites with long records in the West show declines.
Study suggests climate change is expected to increase plant foliage while simultaneously enhancing dry season water stress in the American West.
Study determines the recent snow drought is a harbinger of climate changes to come.
We find haves and have-nots in our comparison of this year’s snowpack.