The Pacific Northwest Climate Impacts Research Consortium recently released the second issue of Northwest Climate, a magazine with stories about climate science and adaptation initiatives in the Pacific Northwest.
This issue of Northwest Climate includes features about efforts to respond to drought, tribal initiatives to save salmon, and beavers as key players in environmental restoration.
The magazine includes contributions from researchers at the US Forest Service, the Great Basin Landscape Conservation Cooperative, and the Great Northern Landscape Conservation Cooperative.
Read the magazine: https://www.nwclimatescience.org/nw-climate-magazine
Access full magazine (PDF): https://www.nwclimatescience.org/sites/default/files/NWClimateMag2016.pdf
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