The CCRC has started a series unfolding the stories of climate change. Unlike research reports or topic briefings, these stories explore the experiences of land managers, scientists, and others as they study and cope with a changing climate.
Adapted from an article by Marie Oliver
Three decades ago, a handful of researchers took on a century-old mystery. Since about 1880, swaths of yellow-cedar were dying...
Joint research by SRS and USGS reveals unexpected resilience in mountain streams
By Sarah Farmer
It's not always the case that the "further research" scientists call for in their journal articles brings good news, but sometimes collecting more detailed...
The unexpected science behind managing our natural resources
By Karen Bagne and Deborah Finch
Blackbrush - the name may sound unfamiliar, but you would probably recognize this plant as part of iconic western landscapes in places like...