Video Collections: Adaptation

Presenter : Scott Fitzwilliams

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 : Dave Peterson

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

Presenter : Jill Baron

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

Presenter : Jerry VanCleve

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 : Linda Joyce

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

Presenter : Susanne Moser

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

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 : Jeremy Littell

How can land managers work with scientists and stakeholders on climate change adaptation?

Presenter : Steve McNulty

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.

Presenter : Connie Millar

The 5 Rs for adapting to climate change and managing the ecosystems of the future: resistance, resilience, response, realignment and reduce.

Presenter : Jim Morrison

What's a resource manager to do about climate change? One general approach is to address uncertainty with scenarios, vulnerability and risk assessment, robust decisions, and monitoring.

Presenter : Connie Millar

A discussion of the climate system  and how climate scientists look at patterns of variability. What we are seeing in current climate changes is unprecidented in recent history.

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 : Connie Cummins, Linda Parker

The Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest in Wisconsin has been a national leader in addressing climate change. Find out more about their approach.

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 : Linda Joyce

The 2010 RPA assessments provide a snapshot of current U.S. forest and rangeland conditions, and project conditions 50 years into the future to 2060.

Presenter : Jill Baron

Rather than treating climate change as one additional management challenge, it is essential to consider the effects of climate change in all plans and activities.

Presenter : Connie Millar

Incorporate climate into resource management and planning with four strategic steps: review, rank, resolve and observe.

Presenter : Linda Joyce

Reviews the history of the Renewable Resources Planning Act (RPA) and how climate change is being incorporated.

Presenter : Amy Snover

Hints for identifying climate change vulnerabilities and using adaptation planning to become more climate resilient.