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Photo of A new book provides land managers and policy makers with key information about the potential impacts of climate change on southern forest ecosystems. Sarah Farmer, USDA Forest Service
ID: 734
Book Published to Help Managers of Southern Forests Cope with the Effects of Climate Change

Resource managers and policy makers require new insights into the implications of a rapidly changing climate on forest ecosystems and their valu ...

Principal Investigator : James Vose

Invasive Species
Wildland Fire and Fuels
Outdoor Recreation
Resource Management and Use
Wildlife and Fish
Water, Air, and Soil
2014SRS
Photo of Mixed Species Forest. U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service.
ID: 1180
Carbon Accumulation by U.S. Forests May Slow Over the Next 25 Years

U.S. forests currently help offset carbon emissions and reduce the overall costs of achieving emission targets but that could change over the ne ...

Principal Investigator : James Vose

Inventory and Monitoring2016SRS
Photo of Projected changes in urban/developed areas (red), forest (green), and agricultural land uses (yellow) in the upper Yadkin Pee Dee watershed from 1992 to 2060. Note the substantial increases in urban/developed areas (red) by the year 2060.
ID: 1471
Complex landscapes and extreme precipitation events: the role of forests in mitigating responses

In many regions of the U.S., forests are a component of complex landscapes that also include developed and agricultural land uses. Watersheds wh ...

Principal Investigator : James Vose

Wildlife and Fish
Water, Air, and Soil
2018SRS
Photo of Drought-related changes in disturbance regimes and hydrologic processes will present significant challenges to natural resource managers. J.S. Quick, Colorado State University, www.bugwood.org.
ID: 1100
Drought Impacts on Forest and Rangelands in the United States: A State-of-the-Science Synthesis

Recent droughts have contributed to insect outbreaks, tree death, reduced tree growth, increased wildfire risk and increased area burned by wild ...

Principal Investigator : James Vose

Water, Air, and Soil2016SRS
Photo of Eucalyptus stand in South Africa. Donald Owen, California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection
ID: 735
Forest Service Scientists Assess Potential Impacts of Eucalyptus on Water Resources in the Southern U.S.

At the request of the USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, the Center for Integrated Forest Science led interdisciplinary analyses t ...

Principal Investigator : James Vose

Resource Management and Use2014SRS
Photo of Land use change is particularly influential in a mixed land use watershed, which is especially important for identifying areas where hydrologic responses are most sensitive to land use change. Even a moderate amount of conversion of forest to developed use in a mixed use watershed had a large effect on streamflow dynamics.
ID: 1328
New research reveals that mixed land use watersheds are most vulnerable to forest loss

Forest Service scientists developed a novel land use model and integrated modeling framework that represents a significant advancement for evalu ...

Principal Investigator : James Vose

Wildlife and Fish2017SRS
Photo of U.S. forests, such as this bottomland hardwood stand, are susceptible to climate change. Paul Bolstad, University of Minnnesota
ID: 740
Science in supports of the National Climate Assessment

A synthesis of research findings provided the foundation for the analysis of climate change on forest conditions, land use, and forest carbon in ...

Principal Investigator : James Vose

Resource Management and Use
Water, Air, and Soil
Inventory and Monitoring
2014SRS
Photo of Weir at Coweeta Hydrologic Laboratory.
ID: 1315
Water yield following forest to grass to forest transitions

Forested watersheds are important sources of drinking water. However, species identity affects water yield from deciduous forests. Through old-f ...

Principal Investigator : James Vose

Wildlife and Fish2017SRS