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. 



Meet NC CASC Intern, Rebecca Reath

NC CASC intern Rebecca Reath is a senior at Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorado, with a concentration in Biological and Geospatial Sciences.

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Meet NC CASC Intern, Tori Pfaeffle

Tori Pfaeffle joined the NC CASC as an intern in June. Tori received her Master of Arts in International Studies, with a concentration in international development and Latin American studies from the Korbel School of International Studies at the University of Denver, in 2018.

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Meet NC CASC Intern, Noah Williams

Noah Williams recently joined the NC CASC as an intern to work with the NC CASC's Tribal Resilience Liaison, Stefan Tangen.

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North Central CASC Receives Funding from the Community for Data Integration (CDI) for New “Climate Scenarios Toolbox”

With support from the USGS Community for Data Integration (CDI), researchers at the North Central CASC will develop and implement an efficient and robust “Climate Scenarios Toolbox” to help on-the-ground management partners access and interpret relevant climate data, assess resource vulnerabiliti

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