Toolkit: Regional Information
The National Park Service Inventory and Monitoring Program (I&M) hosts a repository of scientific documents related to nearly all national parks. If you're looking for resources related to a specific park, use the I&M search feature to search for your park and the words climate change to narrow down the results.
What Climate Change Means for Your State fact sheets
The EPA published a set of fact sheets for each state, focusing on the major climate impacts specific to the region. This is especially useful to those wanting to connect their park's climate story to residents and visitors from the surrounding community.
State of Change Visitor Guide [PDF]
This visitor guide is available at all of Alaska's national park sites. It's an overview of climate impacts around the state from differing perspectives of several individuals.
Glacier, Yellowstone, Grand Teton National Parks
Climate and Terrestrial Ecosystem Change in the U.S. Rocky Mountains and Upper Columbia Basin Great publication with overview of tons of stuff
Glacier National Park
Predicting Effects of Climate Change on Aquatic Ecosystems
This handy guide provides an overview of the various climate impacts to the Flathead River watershed and the species within.
USGS Climate Change in Mountain Ecosystems Program
Climate change poses special problems for mountain protected areas, such as national parks, because most of the land area within their boundaries is at higher elevations. What will be the effects of continued climate change on national parks? How should managers monitor and react to climate change? To answer these questions, the Northern Rocky Mountain Science Center has been monitoring, conducting research, and modeling ecosystem responses to climatic variability since 1991.
Yellowstone National Park
Special issue of Yellowstone Science [PDF] about climate change
Southwest Climate Change Network
The Institute of the Environment and Climate Assessment for the Southwest at the University of Arizona administer this network.
Sierra Nevada Network climate change resource brief [PDF]
Last updated: September 21, 2016