Climate Adaptation Science Project Work


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Abstract

This collection contains all resources generated as part of the Climate Adaptation Science (CAS) project (https://climateadaptation.usu.edu/). Resources include student course projects, research projects, internship work, assessments of educational outcomes, and other project materials. When creating resources, CAS participants will make all input data, models, code, results, instructions, and other digital artifacts developed for the project available for others to use, with the exception of sensitive human subjects data (expected level of reproducibility of at least Artifacts available). The steps at http://climateadaptation.usu.edu/project-data-models-code/ provide instructions for CAS participants to create a Hydroshare resource and request to add the resource to this collection. These steps were approved by the CAS Leadership Team on Nov. 15, 2018 and will be updated as needed. This collection is maintained by the CAS project coordinator.

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Spatial

Coordinate System/Geographic Projection:
WGS84 EPSG:4326
Coordinate Units:
['Decimal degrees']
North Latitude
50.0991°
East Longitude
-102.1032°
South Latitude
24.0344°
West Longitude
-124.4880°

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Collection Contents

Add Title Type Owners Sharing Status Remove
The Impacts of Wildfire Characteristics and Employment on the Adaptive Management Strategies in the Intermountain West Resource Liana Prudencio Public & Shareable
CAS Data Management Procedures Resource CAS Coordinator Public & Shareable
CAS Data Collection Plan Template Resource David Rosenberg Public & Shareable
Ranchers Adapting to Climate Variability in Upper Colorado River Basin, Utah Resource Hadia Akbar Public & Shareable
Water availability for cannabis in northern California: intersections of climate, policy, and public discourse Resource Betsy Morgan Public & Shareable
Impacts of climate change on the management of multiple uses of BLM land in the IMW Resource Elaine Brice Published & Shareable
Agreement and uncertainty among climate change impact models: A synthesis of sagebrush steppe vegetation predictions Resource Scott Zimmer Published
Climate change at Utah ski resorts: Impacts, perceptions, and adaptation strategies (data and code) Resource Hadia Akbar Public & Shareable
Climate Risk Assessment of Utah National Forests: A Case Study for Northern Goshawks Resource Morgan Christman Private & Shareable
Goshawk Habitat Suitability and Forecasting in Utah National Forests (PhD Chapter) Resource Marilyn Wright Public & Shareable
Multiscale ecological niche modeling exhibits varying climate change impacts on habitat suitability of Madrean Pine-Oak trees Resource Joshua Carrell Published & Shareable
Evapotranspiration and Water Supply in the San Luis Valley, Southern Colorado Resource Adrián González Ortiz Public & Shareable

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Funding Agencies

This resource was created using funding from the following sources:
Agency Name Award Title Award Number
National Science Foundation NRT: Graduate Climate Adaptation Research that Enhances Education and Responsiveness of science at the management-policy interface (Grad-CAREER) 1633756

How to Cite

Coordinator, C., D. E. Rosenberg (2024). Climate Adaptation Science Project Work, HydroShare, http://www.hydroshare.org/resource/d06bf320d76f47a19c5f3583f293c48d

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