The PI-CASC network supported the creation and release of the latest National Climate Assessment.
A new sea-level rise viewer tool for American Samoa has just been released for the public, providing an interactive platform for anyone to incorporate the possible effects of rising seas into planning for their future and adapting to climate change.
PI-CASC Climate Adaptation for Resource Management Fellow Farron Taijeron will be heading to Tonga this fall to train natural resource managers on removing crown of thorns starfish.
This summer, PI-CASC’s Romina King co-led the third Guam Fluid Lensing Campaign mission, using cutting-edge remote sensing technology to produce high resolution maps of Guam’s coral reefs.
DOI Secretary Deb Haaland paid Hawaiʻi a visit at the end of June for the Hawai’i Conservation Conference and USGS research center groundbreaking, and PI-CASC had the pleasure of meeting with her.
The Pacific Islands Climate Adaptation Science Center (PI-CASC) is excited to announce that we are hiring a new Communications and Outreach Lead!
Typhoon Mawar delivered destructive winds to Guam from noon of May 24 to early morning of May 25.
PI-CASC CARM fellow Farron Taijeron was recently recognized by Guam senators for his environmental and conservation work.
PI-CASC took part in the 14th annual UOG Conference on Island Sustainability, from April 11 to April 15.
One PI-CASC project in Hawaiʻi is looking at corals’ health and stress response to an inconspicuous nutrient source: bird poop.