RMRS Air, Water, & Aquatic Environments Science Program Fire and Aquatic Ecosystems

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Rocky Mountain Research Station Home > Science Program Areas > Air, Water and Aquatics > Fire and Aquatic Ecosystems > Syntheses and Topics > Climate Change

 

Fire and Aquatic Ecosystems Syntheses and Topic:

 

Climate Change


Ongoing and projected environmental trends associated with a warming climate are changing the context within which wildfire affects aquatic ecosystems. Many disturbances associated with wildfire will be enhanced by climate shifts, climate will impose its own set of effects, and interactions between these factors will occur. This section attempts to synthesize these factors and the implications for aquatic ecosystems.

Section Lead: Dan Isaak, disaak [at] fs.fed.us, 208.373.4385

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