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This is a bibliography of resources on climate change, forests, and natural resources. It is updated periodically and is not an exhaustive list, rather a good place to start.

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“ Implementing Climate Change Adaptation In Forested Regions Of The United States
. Forest Conservation And Management In The Anthropocene: Conference Proceedings, US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service. Rocky Mountain Research Station, 2014, pp. 229-243.
Craig, R. K. “"Stationarity Is Dead" - Long Live Transformation: Five Principles For Climate Change Adaptation Law”. 10-May-2009AD. Harvard Environmental Law Review, 1, 2009, p. 60 electronic pages.
Uchida, M., et al. Sphagnum Peatland Development At Their Southern Climatic Range In West Siberia: Trends And Peat Accumulation Patterns”. 2007 Oct-Dec. Environmental Research Letters, 4, 2007, p. 45014.
Mantua, N. J., et al. “2 The Underlying Rhythms: Characteristics Of Pacific Northwest Climate”. Rhythms Of Change: An Integrated Assessment Of Climate Impacts On The Pacific Northwest, Climate Impacts Group, MIT Press, p. 26 p.
Woodhouse, C., and J. Y. Overpeck. “2000 Years Of Drought Variability In The Central United States”. December. Journal Of The American Meteorological Society, 12, 1998, pp. 2693-2714.
Mantua, N. J., et al. “5 Climate And The Pacific Northwest Salmon Crisis: A Case Of Discordant Harmony”. Rhythms Of Change: Climate Impacts On The Pacific Northwest, Climate Impacts Group, MIT Press.
Butler, V. L., and J. O’Connor. “9000 Years Of Salmon Fishing On The Columbia River, North America”. Quaternary Research, 1, 2004, pp. 1-8.
Mayewski, P., et al. “A 110,000-Yr Record Of Explosive Volcanism From The Gisp2 (Greenland) Ice Core”. Quaternary Research, 2, 1996, pp. 109-118.
Nowak, R., et al. “A 30,000 Year Record Of Vegetation Dynamics At A Semi-Arid Locale In The Great Basin”. Journal Of Vegetation Science, 4, 1994, pp. 579-590.
Jackson, S. T., et al. “A 40,000-Year Woodrat-Midden Record Of Vegetational And Biogeographical Dynamics In North-Eastern Utah, Usa”. Journal Of Biogeography, 6, 2005, pp. 1085-1106.
O’Connor, J., et al. “A 4500-Year Record Of Large Floods On The Colorado River In Grand Canyon, Arizona”. Journal Of Geology, 1, 1994, pp. 1-9.
Minobe, S. “A 50-70 Year Climatic Oscillation Over The North Pacific And North America”. Geophysical Research Letters, 6, 1997, pp. 683-686.
Brubaker, L., and D. N. Greenwald. “A 5000-Year Record Of Disturbance And Vegetation Change In Riparian Forests Of The Queets River, Washington, U.s.a.”. Canadian Journal Of Forest Research, 8, 2001, pp. 1375-1385.
Jr, M., et al. “A Call To Action For Conserving Biological Diversity In The Face Of Climate Change”. Conservation Biologyconservation Biology, 5, Blackwell Publishing Inc, 2010, pp. 1169-1171.
Harmon, M., et al. “A Carbon Budget For Forests Of The Conterminous United States”. Ecologcial Applications, 2, 1995, pp. 421-436.
Palosuo, T., et al. “A Carbon Budget Of Forest Biomass And Soils In Southeast Norway Calculated Using A Widely Applicable Method”. 2006/4/15. Forest Ecology And Management, 1-3, 2006, pp. 15-26.
Man, R., et al. “A Case Of Severe Frost Damage Prior To Budbreak In Young Conifers In Northeastern Ontario: Consequences Of Climate Change?”. Forestry Chronicleforestry Chronicle, 3, 2009, pp. 453-462.
Borken, W., et al. “A Climate Change Scenario For Carbon Dioxide And Dissolved Organic Carbon Fluxes From A Temperate Forest Soil: Drought And Rewetting Effects”. Nov/Dec. Soil Science Society Of America Journal, 6, 1999, pp. 1848-55.
Gardali, T., et al. “A Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment Of California's At-Risk Birds”. Mar 2012. Plos Oneplos One, 3, Public Library of Science, 2012.
Smith, P., et al. “A Coherent Set Of Future Land Use Change Scenarios For Europe”. Agriculture Ecosystems And Environment, 1, 2005, pp. 57-68.