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CISA: Carolinas Integrated Sciences and Assessments, A NOAA RISA Team

CISA Library: Reports

2017

Carolinas Integrated Sciences & Assessments. 2017. Coastal Carolinas Drought Early Warning System Meeting Summary Report. Meeting summary. Columbia, SC. 20 pp.

2016

Farris, A. and E. Davis. 2016. Carolinas Climate Resilience Conference Final Report. Conference report. Columbia, SC. 17 pp.

Fly, L., C. Acres, A. Farris, and A. Hanks. 2016. Building Adaptive Capacity in the Southeast and Caribbean through a Climate Community of Practice. Workshop report. Tybee Island, GA.

King, J. 2016. Influence of historical drainage on coastal ecosystem resilience to rising sea level – Implications for natural resources management and terrestrial carbon storage of the Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge. Final Report submitted for the CISA Mini-Grant Program.

Lackstrom, K. and A. Brennan. 2016. The NIDIS Carolinas DEWS Program Progress Report. Columbia, SC. 41 pp.

2014

Brennan, A. 2014. Carolinas Climate Resilience Conference Final Report. Columbia, SC. 16 pp.

Bath, Sean and E. Fly. 2014. Beaufort County, SC Public Workshops on Sea Level Rise Adaptation Strategies. Workshop Report. Charleston, SC. 14 pp.

2013

Ambramyan, I. and H. Mizzell. 2013. 2012 Climate Connection Workshop Series: Climate Variability and Impacts to South Carolina's Natural Resources. Workshop Report. Columbia, SC. 45 pp.

Haywood, B., A. Brennan, B. Epstein, K. Lackstrom. 2013. Southeast and Caribbean Climate Community of Practice Member Survey Report. Columbia, SC. 43 pp.

Lackstrom, K., A. Brennan, D. Ferguson, M. Crimmins, L. Darby, K. Dow, K. Ingram, A. Meadow, H. Reges, M. Shafer, and K. Smith. 2013. The Missing Piece: Drought Impacts Monitoring. Workshop Report. Tucson, AZ. 23 pp.

2012

Brennan, A., K. Dow, K. Lackstrom, L. Darby, and C. Ott. 2012. NIDIS Carolinas Drought Early Warning System: Supporting Coastal Ecosystem Management -- Scoping Workshop Report. Columbia, SC: Carolinas Integrated Sciences & Assessments (CISA) and the National Integrated Drought Information System (NIDIS). 29 pp.

Carolinas Integrated Sciences and Assessments and South Carolina Sea Grant Consortium. 2012. Assessing the Impact of Saltwater Intrusion in the Carolinas under Future Climatic and Sea Level Conditions. Columbia, SC. 25pp.

Dow, K. 2012. Climate Information Needs in the Southeast: Analysis of Requests. CISA Research Report 2012-02. Columbia, SC: Carolinas Integrated Sciences & Assessments (CISA). 14 pp.

Dow, K., and L. Carter, eds. 2012. Climate Adaptation in the Southeastern United States. With contributions from A. Brosius, E. Diaz, R. Durbrow, R. Evans, S. Fauver, T. Hayden, B. Howard, K. Jacobs, G. Landers, S. McNulty, J. Nicholson, D. Quattrochi, L. Rimer, S. Shuford, S. Stiles, and A. Terando. In K. T. Ingram, K. Dow, L. Carter, eds., Southeast Region Technical Report, submitted to the U.S. National Climate Assessment. 27 pp.

Gilbert, S., K. Lackstrom, and D. L. Tufford. 2012. The Impact of Drought on Coastal Ecosystems in the Carolinas: State of Knowledge Report. CISA Research Report 2012-01. Columbia, SC: Carolinas Integrated Sciences & Assessments (CISA). 76 pp.

Lackstrom, K., K. Dow, B. Haywood, A. Brennan, N. P. Kettle, and A. Brosius. 2012. Engaging Climate-Sensitive Sectors in the Carolinas. CISA Research Report 2012-03. Columbia, SC: Carolinas Integrated Sciences & Assessments (CISA). 201 pp.

Social and Environmental Research Institute, CISA, and SC Sea Grant Consortium/NC Sea Grant. 2012. Informing coastal management adaptation planning and decision making for climate change using an interactive risk-based vulnerability assessment tool. Final Project Report, 14 pp.

2011

Lackstrom, K., K. Dow, S. Ferguson, and N. P. Kettle. 2011. Understanding Needs for a Drought Early Warning System: Urban Water Systems in North Carolina. CISA Research Report 2011-01. Columbia, SC: Carolinas Integrated Sciences & Assessments (CISA). 31 pp.

Lackstrom, K., K. Dow, S. Ferguson, and N. P. Kettle. 2011. Understanding Needs for a Drought Early Warning System: Drought Impacts and Stresses on Coastal Ecosystems. CISA Research Report 2011-02. Columbia, SC: Carolinas Integrated Sciences & Assessments (CISA). 24 pp.

Mizzell, H. P. 2011. Addressing Changing Needs for Climate Information. Columbia, SC: South Carolina Department of Natural Resources. 20 pp.

Social and Environmental Research Institute, CISA, and SC Sea Grant Consortium. 2011. Preparing McClellanville's Stormwater Management for a Changing Future - Executive Summary. Greenfield, MA: Social and Environmental Research Institute. 5 pp.

Tuler, S., T. Webler, K. Dow, and J. C. Whitehead. 2011. Diagramming Climate Change-Related Vulnerability-Consequence Adaptation Planning Scenarios (VCAPS): A facilitation guide and tutorial. Greenfield, MA: Social and Environmental Research Institute. 34 pp.
http://www.seri-us.org/sites/default/files/VCAPS%20UserGuide.15July11.pdf.

Whitehead, J. C., R. De Voe, D. L. Tufford, K. Dow, and G. J. Carbone. 2011. Assessing the Impact of Salt-Water Intrusion in the Carolinas under Future Climatic and Sea-Level Conditions. Final Project Report, Charleston, SC: South Carolina Sea Grant Consortium. 23 pp.

2009

Whitehead, J. C. 2009. Coastal Climate Impacts: What You Can Do. Fact Sheet. SCSGS-G-09-02/UNC-SG-09-05. 4 pp.