Four Questions: How Ecologists Transform Research Into Change
<p>Inspired by the impact of biomedical research on clinical outcomes, ecologists are strengthening ties with stakeholders to inform environmental management and policy decisions. The directors of the Southwest Climate Science Center — Stephen Jackson, research professor in the University of Arizona's School of Natural Resources and the Environment and a U.S. Geological Survey scientist; Carolyn Enquist, assistant professor in SNRE and a USGS scientist; and UA climate scientist Gregg Garfin — are conveners and lead authors of the special issue of Frontiers in Ecology and Environment.</p>
Scientists from IE and the Southwest Climate Science Center were conveners and lead authors in a new issue of Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. Their work aims to advance an emerging field of research called translational ecology.
Rio Grande-Bravo Outlook November 2017
<p>Forecasts favor above-average temperatures and below-average precipitation for the Rio Grande/Bravo Basin through February, due to weak La Niña conditions in the tropical Pacific</p>