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“Are cultural heritage and resources threatened by climate change? A systematic literature review”

Climate Hubs Funding Opportunity

Open Space Institute Catalyst Program

US tribes work with scientists against climate change

Rising sea levels are forcing an indigenous tribe from home and could be an example of the future

Coral Davenport and Campbell Robertson. 2016. Resettling the First American ‘Climate Refugees’. New York Times.

Carolyn van Houten. The First Official Climate Refugees in the U.S. Race Against Time. 2016. National Geographic Online.

FY 2017 Climate Science Centers Re-Competition

National Climate Change & Wildlife Science Center Program

Thomas W. Doyle, Bogdan Chivoiu, and Nicholas M. Enwright . 2015. Sea-level rise modeling handbook: Resource guide for coastal land managers, engineers, and scientists. Report submitted to USGS.

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