The year 2015 saw record low snowpack in Western US, study finds.
Drought and a changing climate may threaten Oregon’s future outdoor recreation industry.
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.
A new method to track forests’ vulnerability to climate change impacts could help Northwest resource managers take preventative action.
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.
The climate science world’s ongoing quest to put California’s drought into long-term context continues this month with two more noteworthy papers.
Much of the Western United States is now in the grips of moderate to severe drought. According to some, California is experiencing its most severe drought in over a millennium. But just how good is that claim?