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Presenter : Dave Peterson

The Olympic and Tahoe National Forests used climate change focus groups to assess climate change vulnerabilities and identify adaptation options.

Presenter : Dave Spittlehouse

Treating adaptation as a 4-step process: define the issue, do a vulnerability assessment, come up with adaptation strategies and implement the strategy.

Presenter : Mark Nechodom

The Alder Spring project in the Mendocino National Forest is a case study in climate change mitigation.

Presenter : Chris Swanston

The Climate Change Case Study in the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest and the ecosystems evaluated, modeling used, and vulnerability assessments performed.

Presenter : Becky Kerns

Discover the history of the Westwide Climate Initiative and the toolkit project and their roles in developing science-based adaptation strategies.

Presenter : Jessica Halofsky

A quick overview of science-based adaptation tools, as developed by the Westwide Climate Initiative.

Presenter : Brian Winter

Revegetation strategies and the restoration plan for anadromous fish in the Olympic Peninsula, including the status of the Elwha Dam removal project.

Presenter : Mary Beth Hennessey

How have the Inyo National Forest and Devils Postpile National Monument used the Climate Project Screening Tool to address climate change planning?

Presenter : Deanna Dulen

How have the Inyo National Forest and Devils Postpile National Monument used the Climate Project Screening Tool to address climate change planning?

Presenter : Susan Joyce

How have the Inyo National Forest and Devils Postpile National Monument used the Climate Project Screening Tool to address climate change planning?

Presenter : Kathy O'Halloran (part 1)

Through building partnerships, scientists and managers of the beautiful Olympic National Forest and National Park explored adaptation options to climate change.

Presenter : Cat Hoffman (part 2)

Through building partnerships, scientists and managers of the beautiful Olympic National Forest and National Park explored adaptation options to climate change.

Presenter : Jan Engert

A Northern Rockies case study provides an example of ways to help Forest Service employees get ready for climate change.

Presenter : Multiple presenters

Forestry professionals from Menominee Tribal Enterprises are using the reforestation of oak wilt-treatment sites as an opportunity to increase forest diversity and introduce species that are expected to be better-adapted to future climates.

Presenter : Michael Derrig

Fish need improved roads, which can enhance the quality of streams. See how road improvements help with watershed and salmon restoration.

Presenter : Bryan Armel

An overview of a climate change case study on the Shoshone National Forest in Wyoming, from the middle stage of the project.

Presenter : Steve McNulty

A story of drought in western North Carolina and its impact on red spruce trees. Explores interactions between climate change, elevated nitrogen deposition and insects.

Presenter : John Chatel

A walk through a watershed vulnerability assessment conducted on the Sawtooth National Recreation Area as a part of a pilot effort.

Presenter : Jill Ory

Reduce field time and prioritize the culverts that need fixing by using GIS.