- Salmon and other coldwater species will experience additional stresses as a result of rising water temperatures and declining summer streamflows.
- Sea-level rise along vulnerable coastlines will result in increased erosion and the loss of land.
- Declining springtime snowpack leads to reduced summer streamflows, straining water supplies.
- Increased insect outbreaks, wildfires, and changing species composition in forests will pose challenges for ecosystems and the forest products industry.
Idaho got 200 cm of declining snow this week.