Through building partnerships, scientists and managers of the beautiful Olympic National Forest and National Park explored adaptation options to climate change.
Describes a research-management partnership for adapting to climate change between the Olympic National Forest, Pacific Northwest Research Station and University of Washington.
Revegetation strategies and the restoration plan for anadromous fish in the Olympic Peninsula, including the status of the Elwha Dam removal project.
See examples of the role of the environment on infectious disease in fish and why some aquatic animal diseases and pathogens are emerging. Includes the story of the Klamath River fish kills.
The impacts of climate change and variability on forest ecosystems of the Olympic Peninsula, particularly water balance deficit.
Get the latest research results on future climate and how it is expected to affect water and fish on the Olympic Peninsula. Includes projections on sea level rise.
Learn about the water and fishery resources on the Olympic Peninsula, projected climate impacts on these resources, and existing management opportunities.
The Olympic and Tahoe National Forests used climate change focus groups to assess climate change vulnerabilities and identify adaptation options.