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A multi-phase approach to assessing potential changes in Eastern US tree distributions

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A multi-phase approach to assessing potential changes in Eastern US tree distributions
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Louis Iverson, US Forest Service-Northern Research Station


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Running time: 18 minutes and 35 seconds

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

Topics covered:

  • Assessing Potential Changes in Eastern U. S. Tree Distributions
  • Indicators of Climate Change
  • Overall Goal
  • Our Approach-Data
  • Species Habitat Modeling
  • Climate Change Tree Atlas
  • Sugar Maple Example
  • Balsam Fir Example
  • Tree Potential Movement
  • Modeling Cautions
  • Potential Tree Species Change in N. Wisconsin
  • Study Area
  • Habitat Change by Emission
  • SHIFT Migration Model
  • SHIFT Formula
  • Black Oak Example
  • Modifying Factors
  • Biology and Disturbance
  • Uncertainty
  • Red Maple Example
  • White Ash Example
  • N. Wisconsin Habitat Change Species Lists
  • Large Decreasers
  • Large Increasers
  • Data Map
  • Emissions and GCM Variability
  • Long-Distance Extrapolation
  • Novel Climates
  • Validation and Synthesis
  • Tree Migration Graph
  • Adaptive Management and Species
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