From the Northeast Climate Adaptation Science Center (NECASC): 

Climate change is threatening our region’s aquatic ecosystems. A warming climate is causing more floods and droughts, while overtaxed water management infrastructure leaks nutrient pollution into lakes and streams. Warming temperatures and excessive nutrients means less suitable habitat for fish. How then can we address these overlapping problems? Bringing together a wide range of NE CASC research on climate adaptation in aquatic ecosystems, our new StoryMap explores myriad management options for preserving fish populations and northeastern lakes and streams. 

Explore the story map including informational graphics and summaries of NECASC-funded research. 

 ArcGIS story maps are dynamic communication tools that can be used to highlight your department or nation’s work, with many design features available at no cost. Learn more.