Story Maps

The Northwest Climate Adaptation Science Center (NW CASC) funds scientific research that helps improve our understanding of climate change impacts on our region’s fish, wildlife, water, land and people. This science addresses priorities in our Science Agenda, established through collaboration with regional resource managers and scientists. To learn more about NW CASC-funded science and its role in helping promote a more resilient Northwest region under climate change, explore our interactive story maps!

Visualizing the Future Abundance and Distribution of Birds in the Northwest

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Rangewide Climate Vulnerability Assessment for Threatened Bull Trout

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Changing Wildfire, Changing Forests

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The Future of the Northwest

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Native Trout Genetic Diversity and Climate Change

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Marshes to Mudflats

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Climate Change and Peak Streamflows

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Future Spotted Owl and Sage-grouse Habitat in the Northwest

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Resilience of Springs in Montane Sagebrush Landscapes

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Comparing Climate Vulnerability Assessment Approaches

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Climate Change Effects on Mountain Pine Beetle Outbreaks on Whitebark Pine

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Cheatgrass Dieoffs in the Great Basin

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