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Title page of Drought Impacts in the Southern Region

The economic, social, and environmental costs of drought can be significant. To promote stronger drought resilience on federal lands, the National Drought Resilience Partnership was initiated in 2016. As a part of this effort, the U.S. Forest Service conducted a series of...

Drought Impacts in the Southern Region

mdo-alert

Subscribe to the alert with your area of interest. The Southeast Regional Climate Hub (SERCH) monitors the monthly drought outlook dataset for changes at your area of interest. We send you a summary email notification of any changes.

SERCH LIGHTS Monthly Drought Outlook Email Alert

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Subscribe to the alert with your area of interest. The Southeast Regional Climate Hub (SERCH) monitors the ARS cattle heat stress dataset for changes at your area of interest. We send you a summary email notification of any changes.

SERCH LIGHTS Cattle Heat Stress Alert

forecasts-tool

Using projections of future climate, ForeCASTS produces maps that depict future suitable habitat ranges for North American tree species in the United States and globally. These pre-generated maps are available online and are intended to help scientists, land managers, and policy...

ForeCASTS: Forecasts of Climate Associated Shifts in Tree Species

agroclimate

AgroClimate's suite of tools include Rainfall and Temperature Monitoring, Rainfall and Temperature Climatology (1950-2013), Climatology and current observations for selected weather stations in the Southeast USA, Strawberry Advisory System, Risk of Anthracnose and Botrytis...

AgroClimate

To connect users with climate change science related to forest planning needs. Users can filter a database of scientific evidence that identifies possible effects of climate change on forest ecosystems (along with agriculture, rangeland, and livestock, in development) and...

TACCIMO: Template for Assessing Climate Change Impacts and Management Options

cattle-pasture

Climate Impacts Livestock operations are sensitive to climate change and variability. Heat stress reduces dairy and livestock production, with decreases in yields as great as 10% projected for the southeastern region. Climate changes impact the quality of feed and pasture...

Focus on Livestock in the Southeast

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Climate Impacts Higher temperatures can reduce agricultural yields, and changes in precipitation timing and amount can cause short-term crop failures and long-term production declines. Climate change brings increased crop stress from disease, insects, and weeds. Climate...

Focus on Croplands in the Southeast

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