Pacific Region Map

The Pacific Islands Climate Adaptation Science Center (PI-CASC) was established by the Department of the Interior on October 7, 2011, as a consortium hosted by the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, the University of Hawai‘i at Hilo, and the University of Guam. The mission of the PI-CASC is to provide natural resource managers and cultural stewards in federal, state, and local agencies access to the best science available on climate change and other landscape-scale stressors that are impacting the nation's natural and cultural resources. By integrating with local networks, researchers work with managers to create actionable science designed to support sustainability and climate adaptation for communities across the Pacific Islands.


Image of tropical island with underwater coral

Explore the geographic and thematic diversity of our Center projects in our new Story Map! Learn more about the climate change impacts facing the Pacific Islands region, the stakeholder-driven climate science funded by our center, and our efforts to work with under-represented communities threatened by the changing climate.

Vegetation map figure from PI-CSC project

Explore and utilize a wide range of Data Products generated from our projects and available for public use.

Images of PI-CASC infographic and National CASC infographic

For a quick overview of our center and the whole network, read these 2-pager summaries for PI-CASC and the National CASC network


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UH Manoa logo UH Hilo logo Univerisity of Guam logo Dept of Interio logo DOI logo
National CASC Summary PI-CASC Summary University of Hawai'i at Hilo website University of Guam Website