Climate Change

Climate Change

Adirondack Research is focused on monitoring and mitigating the effects of environmental stressors attributed to climate change. We are a leader in climate change research and planning.

As Earth’s climate warms, the potential for negative impacts on human resources and infrastructure, wildlife habitats, and ecosystems increases. Adirondack Research works with regional agencies and other partners to further research on the current and possible future effects of climate change.

 

Adirondack Research’s services include:

  • Site and infrastructure planningclouds-194840_640
  • Environmental mapping using geographic information systems (GIS)
  • Biological inventories
  • Field experiment logistics
  • Ecosystem valuation
  • Ecosystem services assessment
  • Long-term ecosystem monitoring
  • Invasive pest management planning and analysis
  • Comprehensive management plans
  • Public outreach and stakeholder engagement
  • Citizen science
  • Grant writing
  • Expert witness testimony

 

Climate Change Project Portfolio

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    Engaging Residents in Land Conservation
    Lake Placid Land Conservancy
    We are working with the Lake Placid Land Conservancy to implement their new strategic...
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    Using Science to Inform Boreas Ponds Classification
    Adirondack Council
    New land purchased by the State and added to the Adirondack Forest Preserve is...
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    Monitoring Climate Change in the Adirondacks
    Wildlife Conservation Society and Intervale Lowlands Preserve
    We are monitoring at Intervale Lowlands Preserve as the climate changes
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    Organizing the Adirondack All-Taxa Biodiversity Inventory
    Paul Smith's College
    We coordinated the Adirondack All-Taxa Biodiversity Inventory (ATBI) BioBlitzes with Paul Smith's College and State...
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    Developing Phenology Trails
    Northern New York Audubon
    Adirondack Research received funding from the Northern NY Audubon to create a phenology trail...
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    Investigating Climate Change's Impact on Forest Insects
    University of Wisconsin
    We investigate the effects of climate change on insect-plant phenology and chemistry

Contact

Adirondack Research
28 St. Bernard Street
Saranac Lake, NY 12983
Phone: (518) 253-4112

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