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New tools for an old problem: Solutions to information overload in climate science and practice

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Michael Furniss, USFS Pacific Northwest Research Station, Arcata, CA


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Running time: 22 minutes and 41 seconds

This is part of a collection. See more from Adapting to Climate Change in National Forests.

Topics covered:

  • 4 Things
  • CCRC Tour
  • Climate Primer Page
  • Topic Pages
  • Topic Template
  • Management Options
  • Management Options Template
  • Video Lectures
  • Video Lectures Template
  • Annotated Bibliography
  • Annotated Bibliography Template
  • Linked Resources
  • Resource Example
  • Urban Environments
  • Urban Environments Template
  • CTCC
  • Change on Olympic Peninsula
  • Short Course
  • Short Course Interface
  • Quick View
  • PEP Presentation View
  • A PEP
  • Table of Topics
  • Change Slides
  • Case Studies
  • Olympic Case Study
  • Tools
  • Related Links
  • Related Links Template
  • Portable media
  • Needle in Haystack
  • Filters
  • Collaborative Websites
  • Thinking Exercises
  • What If?
  • Hydrologic Unit Hierarchy
  • Place and Scale
  • The Silver Bullet
  • Verbage
  • Conservation of Institutional Knowledge
  • Scientific Lineage
  • Decision Support
  • Knowledge Management
  • Antidote
  • What do you want?
  • What am I talking about?
  • Communities of Practice
  • Table and Chairs
  • It's Us

Production by: Michael Furniss and Jeffrey Guntle, Communications and Applications, PNW and PSW Research Stations

Video by: Ben Nieves, Oregon Street Studios

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