The stand against climate change

Monday, November 10, 2014

Red pine thinning study at the Birch Lake Plantation in northern MN. Photo: JB Bradford

In a recent article in International Innovation, NE CSC PI Anthony D’Amato explains his investigations of land use and weather impacts on North American temperate forests.  His findings will help establish evidence-based management strategies to cope with climate change and invasive species.  Effectively managing forests against a context of climate change is a complex task.  Researchers are analysing historical and current empirical records to explore adaptation and mitigation approaches for effective forest management in a warming world. 

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