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About The Presenters
Dave Peterson, USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station
Kathy O'Halloran, USDA Forest Service, Olympic National Forest
About This Presentation
Running time: 34 minutes and 24 seconds.
Given: October 16, 2007, PNW Station Leadership Team Meeting
Production by: M.J. Furniss and J. Guntle, Communications and Applications, PNW and PSW Research Stations
- Adapting to Climate Change in Olympic National Forest
- Olympic National Forest—In Brief
- Climate Change Focus Group
- Biosocial and Management Context
- Adaptation Concerns and Strategies
- Main Impact (I): Less Snow
- Main Impact (II): Altered Streamflow
- Main Impact (III): Increased water loss
- Implications: Area Burned
- Implications: Tree Growth
- Implications: Roads and Water
- Implications: Anadromous and Freshwater Fish
- Implications: Recreation
- Management and Policy Environment
- Current Adaptation Issues
- Adaptation Strategies
- Summary and Conclusions
- Observations on the Case Study Process
- Finishing the Job
- Westwide Climate Initiative (WWCI)
- Why WWCI?
- What Scientific Information Is Needed?
- WWCI Components
- Tool Box
- Management Options
- Building Adaptive Capacity