Scientists currently have little understanding about the degree to which species that use similar habitats will experience and respond to climate and land-use change. Southeast Climate Adaptation Science Center (SE CASC) supported researchers assessed suitable connected habitat for focal species in the southeastern U.S. under a changing climate and found that each species faces different levels of climate and land-use threat and though these focal species inhabit similar spaces, their ability to adapt to future changes differs. Read the full story.