Using the web based tool TACCIMO (Template for Assessing Climate Change Impacts and Management Options) to connect planning and science through a report generation service.
U.S. forests play a large role in offsetting carbon emissions, about 20 % of the U.S. fossil fuel carbon output. If a forest replaces itself after a disturbance like fire, then there is no long-term loss of carbon.
See how military installations in the State of Illinois are being used to study potential ecosystem responses to climate change.
An overview of a set of tools that assess how climate change might influence tree distributions in the eastern U.S.
The Climate Change Case Study in the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest and the ecosystems evaluated, modeling used, and vulnerability assessments performed.
The Eastern U.S. forest perspective on carbon sequestration and examples of forest carbon management projects.
Get the scoop on forestland carbon storage in the United States, which helps offset approximately 12% of US carbon emissions from fossil fuels.
A report from the Climate Change Response Framework Project in northern Wisconsin.