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About The Presenter
Linda Joyce, Ph. D., Rocky Mountain Research Station.
About This Presentation
Running time: 34 minutes and 28 seconds.
Given: February 22, 2007, at the Forest Service Intermountain Regional Integrated Resource Workshop, Ogden, UT
Production by: M.J. Furniss and J. Guntle, Communications and Applications, PNW and PSW Research Stations
- In the Past,
- Usual Cast of Characters
- Observers of the Natural World
- What Have Natural Resource Managers Been Doing
- Planning and Policy
- On-the-Ground Movement
- Past and Current Management Activities
- Synthesis of Observations, Experiments, Models
- Climate Change 2007
- Additional Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Reports
- Adaptiation in Human Systems
- Broad Categories
- Unplanned Response to Climate Change
- Assumptions in Current Management Premises
- Planned Reaction to Changing Disturbances
- Altered Disturbance Regimes
- Precipitation Patterns Are Changing
- Earlier Onset of Spring Snowmelt and Less Snowpack
- Anticipatory, Proactively Respond to Climate Changes
- Reframing Management Strategies
- Create and Increase Resistance
- Create Resilience
- Respond to Climate Influences
- Expand Genetic Diversity Guidelines
- Use Redundancy
- Realign Conditions to Current Dynamics