Our region will continue to experience rapid growth over future decades and projected changes in climate will intensify hydrologic extremes, with increases in flood peaks, decreases in critical low flows, and warming stream temperatures. Effective management of natural resources and infrastructure requires careful consideration of the natural variability in precipitation and streamflow and a detailed understanding of the longer-term trends driven by land use impacts and climate change. NSD’s interdisciplinary team of scientists, engineers, and planners provide technical services to synthesize model projections from regional studies and apply findings to develop local solutions that build resilience to projected changes to hydrologic extremes and ecosystem functions.