Overview: The U.S. Geographical Survey is a science organization that provides the government with information on America’s ecosystems, natural hazards and resources, and the impacts of climate change.
How to Use This Resource: Users can search this database – administered by the National Climate Change and Wildlife Science Center and the advisory group EcoAdapt – for assessments by specific geographic regions, relevant agency, species, ecosystem and other factors.
Overview: The National Climate Change and Wildlife Science Center (NCCWSC) is a part of the U.S. Geological Survey, and acts as the managing entity for the eight Department of the Interior Climate Science Centers (CSCs). Together, the NCCWSC and CSCs partner with natural and cultural resource managers and scientists to help fish and wildlife and their ecosystems adapt to the impacts of climate change.
How to Use This Resource: The site provides access to year-by-year lists of funded projects, and a range of scientific tools and databases, such as the Climate Registry for the Assessment of Vulnerability (CRAVe). It also features an up-to-date list of reports, and a series of fact sheets and maps.