This week we are celebrating our Director, Dr. Kim Winton, as she moves into the next phase… Read More »
“I am completely independent and self-supporting, so I cannot express how grateful I am for being a recipient of the… Read More »
Every year, the U.S. Geological Survey honors outstanding staff and volunteers who have been instrumental to… Read More »
Coastal wetlands are one of the most economically valuable ecosystems in the world. In the United States, the ecosystem services provided by wetlands are worth billions of dollars and include flood protection, erosion control, seafood, water quality enhancement, carbon storage, recreation, and wildlife habitat. A South Central CSC funded study published in Nature Climate Change examines how shifts in temperature and precipitation patterns might impact the vital services provided by coastal wetlands in the Gulf of Mexico.Read Full Article »
We are a regional partnership of researchers, land managers, and tribes working collaboratively to develop science that addresses climate impacts on natural and human communities.