Climate Change and...

Predicting recent outbreaks of insect and disease attacks on native tree species in response to climate.

CCRC Home > Climate Change Presentations > Climate Change – Impacts and Effects on Vegetation >Predicting recent outbreaks of insect and disease attacks on native tree species in response to climate

View this presentation:

Predicting recent outbreaks of insect and disease attacks on native tree species in response to climate.
START THE PRESENTATION

High-quality slides, video of the presenter, web links, and interactive table of contents.
What is a PEP?



About The Presenter

Richard Waring, Oregon State University


About This Presentation

Running time: 22 minutes and 6 seconds

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

Topics covered:

  • Predicting Natural Disturbance Patterns in the Pacific Northwest
  • Project Objectives
  • Douglas Fir Hybrid Model
  • Photosynthesis Constraints
  • Shift in Temperature and Precipitation Patterns
  • Leaf Area Model
  • Decision Tree Model
  • Distribution of Douglas Fir
  • Predicted Range Change
  • Predicted vs Observed Disturbance
  • Modeled vs Observed Disturbance
  • Modeled Lodgepole Pine Range
  • Summary
Search for a presentation


bottom right