Washington-British Columbia Transboundary Climate-Connectivity Project engaged
science-practice partnerships to identify potential climate impacts on
wildlife habitat connectivity in the transboundary region of Washington and
British Columbia, and adaptation actions for addressing these impacts. This gallery includes data gathered or created as part of this
project, as well as accompanying reports describing key findings for 13 case studies (including 11 species, a vegetation system, and a region).
A primary goal of this project was to increase practitioners' capacity to access, interpret, and apply existing
climate and connectivity models to their decision-making. For this reason, many of the data layers included in this gallery have been reproduced with slight modification from existing sources; detailed information on original data sources can be found in the metadata provided with each layer.
A summary report describing the project can be found here: Krosby, M., Michalak, J., Robbins, T.O., Morgan, H., Norheim, R., Mauger, G., and T. Murdock. 2016. The Washington-British Columbia Transboundary Climate-Connectivity Project: Identifying climate impacts and adaptation actions for wildlife habitat connectivity in the transboundary region of Washington and British Columbia. Climate Impacts Group, University of Washington.
Case study folders, below, include stand-alone appendices describing key findings for each case study, as well all materials used in each assessment.