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Adapt, move or die: spatially explicit assessment of climate change genetic degradation risk in forest trees.

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Adapt, move or die: spatially explicit assessment of climate change genetic degradation risk in forest trees
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Kevin Potter, North Carolina State University


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Running time: 19 minutes and 43 seconds

This is part of a collection. See more from Climate Change – Impacts and Effects on Vegetation.

Topics covered:

  • Adapt, Move or Die
  • Road Map
  • Climate Change is Here
  • An Indicator of Tree Migration in Forests of the Eastern United States
  • Extinction Risk from Climate Change
  • Tree Response to Climate Change
  • Potential Genetic Consequences
  • Why Do We Care About Genetics?
  • Slide9-Needed:Genetic Risk Assessments
  • Genetic Risk Assessment Uses
  • Genetic Risk Assessment Tools and Projects
  • Species-Level Genetic Risk Characteristics
  • Forest Tree Genetic Risk Assessment
  • Southern Appalachian Mountains
  • Southern Appalachian Vulnerabilities
  • Map of Southern Appalachian Mountains
  • Ecoregions of the Southern Appalachian Mountains
  • Genetic Risk Assessment Steps
  • Intrinsic Risk Factors
  • Extrinsic Risk Factors
  • Data Availability
  • Tree Distribution Information
  • Forest Inventory and Analysis Data
  • Table Mountain Pine Inventory and Analysis Data
  • The ForeCASTS Project
  • Metrics of Climate Change Pressure
  • Weighting Genetic Risk Factors
  • Slide28-Species Most at Risk
  • Species Least at Risk
  • Analyzing the Risk at the Landscape
  • Which Forest Plots Are At Greatest Risk?
  • Forest-Level Genetic Degradation Risk
  • Plot-Level Genetic Degradation Risk
  • Forest-Level Climate Risk
  • Forest-Level Pest Risk
  • Forest-Level Regeneration-Related Risk
  • Forest-Level Dispersal-Related Risk
  • Where is the Greatest Potential Impact?
  • Potential Forest-Level Impact
  • Potential Forest-Level Climate Impact
  • Potential Forest-Level Pest Impact
  • Summary
  • Next Steps
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