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Summary of prospective global change impacts on northern U.S. forest ecosystemsAuthor(s): Richard A. Birdsey; Robert A. Mickler; John Hom; Linda S. Heath
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: 543-568.
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DescriptionIn January 1989, the President's Fiscal Year 1990 Budget to the Congress was accompanied by a report entitled, "Our Changing Planet: A U.S. Strategy for Global Change Research" (Committee on Earth Sciences, 1989). The report focused the attention of policy makers on the significant environmental issues arising from natural and human-induced changes in the global Earth system. The report announced the beginning of a research program, the U.S. Global Change Research Program, with a mission to improve our understanding of the causes, processes, and consequences of the changes affecting our planet.
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CitationBirdsey, Richard A.; Mickler, Robert A.; Hom, John; Heath, Linda S. 2000. Summary of prospective global change impacts on northern U.S. forest ecosystems. 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: 543-568.
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