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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.
- 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
- Next Steps