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Forest declines in response to environmental changeAuthor(s): Philip M. Wargo; Allan N.D. Auclair
Source: In: Mickler, Robert A.; Birdsey, Richard A.; Hom, John, eds. Responses of northern U.S. forests to environmental change. Ecological studies 139. New York: Springer-Verlag: 117-145.
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Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionDecline diseases are intimately linked to stress and environmental change. There is strong evidence that, as a category, decline diseases have increased significantly in response to the climate, air chemistry, and other changes documented in the northeastern United States over the past century, and particularly the last two decades. No other forest response to environmental change and stress is expected to be as dramatic.
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CitationWargo, Philip M.; Auclair, Allan N.D. 2000. Forest declines in response to environmental change. In: Mickler, Robert A.; Birdsey, Richard A.; Hom, John, eds. Responses of northern U.S. forests to environmental change. Ecological studies 139. New York: Springer-Verlag: 117-145.
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