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William Hargrove, US Forest Service - Eastern Forest Environmental Threat Assessment Center
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Running time: 18 minutes and 43 seconds
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- Global Tree Range Shifts Under Forecasts
- ForeCASTS Project
- A Global Analysis
- MSTC Clustering to Delineate Global Ecoregions
- U.S. Present Conditions Within CONUS
- Global Present Conditions Within CONUS
- PCM Magnitude of Climate Change
- Hadley Magnitude of Climate Change
- Hadley Jumping Ecoregions
- Training for Suitability
- Tracking Suitability
- No Species Specific Tuning
- Minimum Required Movement
- How Well Is It Working?
- Project Website Home Page
- Map Generation
- Species Atlas
- Home Range Shifts: Quercus rubra
- Present and Future Range Overlap: Quercus rubra
- MRM: Quercus rubra
- Home Range Shifts:Pinus taeda
- Home Range Shifts: Populus tremuloides
- Iverson and Prasad Model:Populus tremuloides
- Crookston and Rehfeld Model:Populus tremuloides
- Hargrove Model:Populus tremuloides
- Home Range Shifts: Pinus albicaulis
- Crookston and Rehfeld Model: Pinus albicaulis
- Suitable But Not Occupied?
- Niche Breadth Per Axis
- Slide32-Gradients Rank by Importance: Pinus albicaulis
- Species Ordered by Niche Breadth
- Species Ordered by Percent Range Change
- Species Ordered by Spatial Overlap With Future Range
- Species Ordered by Farthest MRM to Future Range
- Clustering Climate Change Risk Metrics
- Next Steps