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James Vose

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SRS-2014-161
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 ...

2014


SRS-2016-173
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 ...

2016


SRS-2019-29
Climate Change and Our Nation’s Forests: the Forests Sector Report of the Fourth National Climate Assessment

It is very likely that more frequent extreme weather events will increase the frequency and magnitude of severe ecological disturbances, driving ...

2019


SRS-2018-51
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 ...

2018


SRS-2016-192
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 ...

2016


SRS-2014-162
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 ...

2014


SRS-2020-37
Future Drinking Water Supply Depends on Interactions of Climate, Land Use, and Water Management

Changes in climate and land use strongly shape water resource management, but understanding their joint impacts is extremely challenging. To rel ...

2020


SRS-2017-168
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 ...

2017


SRS-2014-167
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 ...

2014


SRS-2019-22
Scientists Develop a New Approach for Identifying Human Communities at Risk from Climate and Land Use Change

Identifying vulnerable human communities is critical for climate change planning and mitigation. USDA Forest Service scientists at the agency's ...

2019


SRS-2017-152
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 ...

2017