Livestock operations in the Southeast can be sensitive to climate change and variability.
Higher temperatures and changes in precipitation timing and amount can impact crop yields and long-term production.
Forest landowners and managers are facing increasing and emerging threats from many sources, including climate variability.

Recent Additions

The Climate Perspectives (CLIIMPER) tool was created by the Southeast Regional Climate Center and the State Climate Office of North Carolina, and provides a way to compare current and forecast weather conditions with a long-term climate record for weather…

In January 2017, the USDA Forest Service hosted a two-day drought adaptation workshop in Atlanta, Georgia to share state-of-science information on drought and climate effects in the region and to develop management response strategies.