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Modeled potential suitable habitat for 125 tree species in the East, with an additional 23 species with current information only.
Summaries for tree species are available for a variety of geographies, in both PDF and Excel format. These summaries are based on Version 4 of the Climate Change Tree Atlas
Story Map: Drought Over Time
Story Map: Climate Change Pressures in the 21st Century: Shifts in Growing Degree Days, Plant Hardiness Zones, and Heat Zones
Cautions Model Info FAQ
An Introduction to the Climate Change Atlas: How Does it Work?
Adaptability Ratings: Understanding Biological and Disturbance Factors
Regional Summaries: How to Choose a Regional Output
Regional Summaries: Combined Species Tables
Research Map-9: Assessing potential climate change pressures across the conterminous United States: mapping plant hardiness zones, heat zones, growing degree days, and cumulative drought severity throughout this century