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Latest News

  • SC CSC Study of Climate Impacts on Wetlands Published in Nature Climate Change

    1.23.2017 (Mon)

    A study funded by the South Central CSC that explores the impact of climatic changes on coastal wetlands in the… Read More »


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    1.19.2017 (Thu)

    The South Central Climate Science Center seeks to hire a program coordinator who will manage the daily activities of our… Read More »


  • Summer 2017 Undergraduate Internship: Now Accepting Applications

    1.11.2017 (Wed)

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Research Highlight

Understanding How Temperature and Precipitation Patterns Impact Coastal Wetland Ecosystems

2.07.2017 (Tue)

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.

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