The North Central Climate Adaptation Science Center is a partnership between the US Geological Survey, the University of Colorado Boulder and consortium partners, created to foster both innovation and applied research; researchers will focus on science in support of natural resource management, addressing tribal, federal, state and local needs. The North Central center is one of eight regional climate centers created to help meet the changing needs of land and resource managers across the country. It serves Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Kansas and Nebraska. 



NC CASC welcomes new Research Coordinator, Alisa Wade

The NC CASC welcomes Dr. Alisa Wade to our team as our new research coordinator.

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NC CASC University Director Jennifer Balch comments on "the Smokey Bear effect"

NC CASC Director Jennifer Balch comments on "the Smokey Bear effect" as Smokey celebrates 75th birthday.

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NC CASC University Director Jennifer Balch speaks at U.S. House of Representatives’ Select Committee on the Climate Crisis

Congressional hearing on campus highlights CU Boulder climate change leadership. Read more here.

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NC CASC Announces Tribal Climate Leaders Graduate Degree Program

Tribal Climate Leaders Program: Are you interested in a graduate degree exploring how climate may impact natural and cultural resources and resilience? The North Central Climate Adaptation Science Center is seeking applications from students affiliated with the 31 fed

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Drought & Change in the Mancos Watershed

"Drought & Change in the Mancos Watershed", a research brief for planners and managers in the Mancos River Valley in southwest Colorado, was produced by the Mountain Studies Institute and included input from NC CASC partners.

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Meet NC CASC/BIA Pathways Program Intern, Jordan Matula

Jordan Matula has joined the NC CASC team as a BIA Pathways Program intern. Jordan is a junior at the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO), where she is combining her passions by majoring in biology and minoring in Native American studies.

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