U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
United States Department of Energy
Ducks Unlimited, Wetlands & Climate Change
Alaska Center for Climate Assessment and Policy, University of Alaska, Fairbanks
Bonanza Creek Long-Term Ecological Research, Affiliate of University of Alaska
Global Warming in the South, Southern Environmental Law Center
Climate Change & Wildlife Management
Association of Fish & Wildlife Agencies’ Climate Change page
Purdue Unversity’s Climate Change Research Center
Climate Adaptation Knowledge Exchange
Climate Central is a nonprofit, collaborative group of scientists and communicators working to bridge the gap between the scientific community and the public and providing clear, honest, nonpartisan, and up-to-date information to help people make sound decisions about climate and energy. Their website provides users with useful resources about climate impacts, responses, trends, projections, and energy.
U.S. Sea Level Rise Research
NASA & California Institute of Technology – Sea Level Rise Research
Jet Propulsion Laboratory - Sea Level Rise Research Program - NASA, NOAA and other partners have been studying and tracking the global sea surface temperatures since 1992. NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory is at the forefront of oceanographic research on global climate change. Some of NASA’s recent research on salt marshes as indicators for climate change and sea level rise effects on coastal systems have been important advances in the science. See this fact sheet on NASA’s work on global climate change and sea level rise here and visit its main website for more information about NASA’s work on sea level rise. Scientists at NASA partner with those working in other agencies, such as NOAA and USGS, on many projects related to wetlands and climate change.