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Smith, J. and L.S. Heath. 1998.

Multidisciplinary views in modeling response to climate change: A workshop summary.

U. S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Research Station, General Technical Report NE-251. 18 p.

Abstract:.

Summarizes presentations at a workshop jointly sponsored by the Interdisciplinary Climate Systems Section of the National Center for Atmospheric Research and the Northern Global Change Research Program of the USDA Forest Service. This was the 11th in a series of annual workshops that provide a forum for scientists from a wide range of disciplines to address issues of global climatic change processes and their interactions with forests and related ecosystems. This year's title was "Moving from Equilibrium to Transient GCMs (general circulation models): Linking Physiological Responses, Community Responses, and Ecological Rates of Change with Social-Economic Factors." Topics included global-scale climate simulations, continental-scale biotic models, ecosystem-level research, and issues associated with developing large-scale assessments.

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