As Wisconsin’s climate changes over the coming decades, the hydrology of its landscapes will almost certainly change along with it. In turn, changes will occur in stream flows, lake levels,[…]
The Agriculture Working Group operates to produce and share adaptation strategies for Wisconsin’s diverse agricultural industries with Wisconsin scientists, policy makers, interest groups and citizens.
From warming trout streams to decreasing ice cover, lower lake levels to extreme heat, Climate Wisconsin videos tell stories from a rapidly changing state. These stories are produced to support[…]
Adaptation is a complicated topic. In general terms, adaptation is any sort of adjustment in human or natural systems that helps those systems survive changing conditions or become better suited[…]
WICCI scientists have created a mapping tool that answers the question: “What climates today are most similar to the projected future climate of my location?” Also known as climate analogs,[…]
The Mission of the Wisconsin Initiative on Climate Change Impacts is to generate and share information that can limit vulnerability to climate change in Wisconsin and the Upper Midwest. WICCI[…]
The Water Resources working group assesses and synthesizes climate change impacts to Wisconsin’s water resources and assists in the development of adaptation strategies for dealing with those impacts. The group[…]
Wisconsin’s climate is expected to change substantially over the next 100 years. A changing climate will impact the state’s wildlife, and adaption strategies based on sound research are needed in[…]