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Northwest Climate Adaptation Science Center

The Northwest Climate Adaptation Science Center strives to support sound resource management in the face of changing conditions by advancing understanding of the impacts of climate change and variability on fish, wildlife, water, land and people. The NW CASC is hosted by the University of Washington Climate Impacts Group on behalf of a multi-university consortium that includes Boise State University, University of Montana, Washington State University and Western Washington University. The consortium enables the Department of the Interior and Northwest natural and cultural resource managers to leverage the research capacity, expertise and infrastructure of public agencies and universities across the region. The NW CASC is one of eight Climate Adaptation Science Centers supporting every state in the nation, under the direction of the U.S. Geological Survey’s National Climate Adaptation Science Center.

Examples of Northwest Climate Adaptation Science Center projects can be found on the Projects page. A more exhaustive list of projects can be found on their website.

 

Leadership

Nicole DeCrappeo
Acting Director of Northwest Climate Adaptation Science Center

ndecrappeo@usgs.gov

 

Meade Krosby
University Deputy Director of Northwest Climate Science Adaptation Center

mkrosby@uw.edu

 

Amy Snover
Climate Impacts Group Director and University Director of Northwest Climate Science Adaptation Center

aksnover@uw.edu

 

Visit Northwest Climate Adaptation Science Center website

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