Partners

Great Basin Consortium Partners

Environmental Program (GB-EP)

To develop funding for on-the-ground projects and related research and outreach education to improve the Great Basin environment.


Fire Science Exchange (GB-FSE)

The Great Basin Fire Science Exchange Project serves to:

  1. provide a forum where Great Basin land managers can identify their technical needs with respect to fire, fuels, and post-fire vegetation management;
  2. develop/synthesize the necessary information and technical tools to meet these needs; and
  3. provide the necessary information and tools through venues most preferred by field staff, field office managers and higher administrative levels, respectively.

Research and Management Partnership (GB-RMP)

The GB-RMP promotes comprehensive and complementary research and management collaborations to sustain ecosystems, resources and communities across the Great Basin.


Cooperative Ecosystem Studies Unit (GB-CESU)

The GB-CESU is a partnership for research, technical assistance and education to enhance understanding and management of natural and cultural resources of the Great Basin.


Native Plant Project (GB-NPP)

Providing knowledge, technology, and availability of native plant materials across the Great Basin.


Climate Centers

Northwest Climate Science Center

The Northwest Climate Science Center provides climate science and decision support tools to address conservation and management issues in the Pacific Northwest Region.

Southwest Climate Science Center

The Southwest Climate Science Center fosters effective collaboration between scientists and resource managers in anticipating, monitoring, and adapting to climate variability and change in the Southwest, and attain national distinction in developing best practices for translational climate science.

Western Regional Climate Center

The Regional Climate Centers (RCC) deliver climate services at national, regional and state levels working with NOAA partners in the National Climatic Data Center, National Weather Service, the American Association of State Climatologists, the Regional Sciences and Assessment Program, and other NOAA Research Institutes.

Partner Projects in the Great Basin Region

Learn more about how the LCCs collaborates with partner programs here