CCRC Video Library

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In the Northwest, temperature increases, decreases in snowfall events and declining April snowpack are examples of recent trends. Philip Mote discusses the climate system and patterns of variability.

Presenter : Philip Mote

If you are unsure about where to begin integrating climate change into natural resource planning, you are not alone. This presentation offers some useful suggestions.

Presenter : Scott Fitzwilliams

An overview of a set of tools that assess how climate change might influence tree distributions in the eastern U.S.

Presenter : Louis Iverson

Genetic risk assessments help forest managers understand where forests are at greatest risk and to decide where to invest limited resources.

Presenter : Kevin Potter

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

Presenter : Dave Peterson

A presentation on a philosophical approach to managing lands under climate change, and an overview of the report Preliminary review of adaptation options for climate-sensitive ecosystems and resources.

Presenter : Jill Baron

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

Presenter : Dave Spittlehouse

Describes a research-management partnership for adapting to climate change between the Olympic National Forest, Pacific Northwest Research Station and University of Washington.

Presenter : Kathy O'Halloran and Dave Peterson

Adapting to climate change by promoting science-management collaboration among agencies - an example from northern Colorado.

Presenter : Jill Baron

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

Presenter : Mark Nechodom

Forest management options for reducing carbon emissions and enhancing carbon sequestration in forests.

Presenter : Maria Janowiak

See how military installations in the State of Illinois are being used to study potential ecosystem responses to climate change.

Presenter : William Hargrove for James Westervelt

The CCRC was developed as a resource for land managers. Hear about the history and contents of the CCRC from one of the the originators, Michael Furniss.

Presenter : Michael Furniss

In this video slideshow, see how managers on the Chequamegon-Nicolet approached climate change adaptation and options for enhancing forest reslience in two aspen stands.

Presenter : Jerry VanCleve

What is a carbon neutrality number and how can we ensure that wood used to produce energy makes sense from a carbon offset standpoint?

Presenter : Ken Skog

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.

Presenter : Dominique Bachelet

Philip Mote, a reviewer for IPCC reports, presents evidence of emerging human influence on climate and observed Pacific Northwest temperature change and corresponding hydrologic shifts in the 20th century.

Presenter : Philip Mote

The effect of disturbances, such as increased fires and insect attacks, will drive ecosystem change as much or more than warmer temperatures from climate change.

Presenter : Dave Peterson

Describes a range of options for addressing climate change in the NEPA process.

Presenter : Levi Brekke

See what managers can do in the face of climate change from the Climate Toolkit Project.

Presenter : Linda Joyce

There is a great deal of scientific information being generated on how aquatic ecosystems may respond to climate change. How do we begin to apply this information and use it in management?

Presenter : Bruce Rieman

Implications of climate change on western fishes, some of the most at-risk species in the U.S.

Presenter : Peter Bisson

Climate impacts on streams in interior locations in the western U.S. may differ significantly from those in coastal locations - learn what this may mean for the future of bull trout.

Presenter : Dan Isaak

What is really going on in Pacific Northwest forests? Learn about climate impacts on tree species and vegetation distribution, tree growth, forest carbon, fire and insect disturbances, and infrastructure.

Presenter : Jeremy Littell

Climate model simulations suggest that for the Pacific Northwest, the cold years of the future will look like the warm years of the past.

Presenter : Nate Mantua

Learn about recent climate change litigation and potential future litigation, especially for water. Includes recommendations for addressing concerns over water.

Presenter : Randy Bramer

An introduction to general climate change, global climate models, and using downscaled climate data to simulate changes over western North America.

Presenter : Steve Hostetler

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

Presenter : Chris Swanston

The summer drought of 2002 in the Olympic Peninsula, caused stream drying - how did this affect fish species?

Presenter : John McMillan

Learn about climate change and the factors that affect marine food webs and the growth and survival of salmon in the northern California current.

Presenter : Ed Casillas

How do changing temperatures and precipitation patterns drive hydrologic processes, such as snowmelt timing, soil moisture, flood seasonality, and more?

Presenter : Charles Luce

A review on the complexities of managing ecosystems under uncertainty about future changes.

Presenter : Ronald P. Neilson

In the Lambert area, land management is seeking to help ecosystems recover from past disturbance while enhancing the ecosystems' ability to adapt to climate changes.

Presenter : Multiple presenters

Building a stream temperature database to use in aquatic climate change vulnerability assessments.

Presenter : Dan Isaak

Climate change adaptation will involve human interactions with the forest as well as ecological considerations.

Presenter : Susanne Moser

Using multivariate spatio-temporal clustering (MSTC) model projections to determine shifts in climate regimes.

Presenter : Forrest Hoffman, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

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

Presenter : Becky Kerns

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

Presenter : Jessica Halofsky

See how climate change and increased disturbances from fire, insects and other sources will affect the forest carbon cycle. Carbon losses can be fully recovered, if the forest regenerates after the disturbance and if given enough time.

Presenter : Mike Ryan

Dr. Sandra Postel presents on the global challenge that we face in managing water and balancing the demands of humans and ecosystems.

Presenter : Sandra Postel

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