Process-based models can be used to look at forest disturbance by insects, disease and fire across the Pacific Northwest.
Genetic risk assessments help forest managers understand where forests are at greatest risk and to decide where to invest limited resources.
See how military installations in the State of Illinois are being used to study potential ecosystem responses to climate change.
A niche-modeling approach for prioritizing tree species at risk to climate change and for producing predicted range maps for many tree species.
Using multivariate spatio-temporal clustering (MSTC) model projections to determine shifts in climate regimes.
Learn about early signals of migration for tree species in the Pacific coastal U.S. and recent research findings from scientists in Oregon
An overview of a set of tools that assess how climate change might influence tree distributions in the eastern U.S.
Forecasting the impacts of climate change on forests using the Forest Vegetation Simulator (FVS) model.
Climate drives insect outbreaks in forests; insect outbreaks can then influence climate through the carbon cycle.
An overview of 23 climate model and their results. The use of multiple model approaches provides a range of outcomes for mangers to work from.