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Climate Change and Forest DisturbancesAuthor(s): V. H. Dale; L. A. Joyce; S. McNulty; R. P. Neilson; M. P. Ayres; M. D. Flannigan; P. J. Hanson; L. C. Irland; A. E. Lugo; C. J. Peterson; D. Simberloff; F. J. Swanson; B. J. Stocks; B. M. Wotton
Source: Bioscience. 51(9) :723-734.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionCLIMATE CHANGE CAN AFFECT FORESTS BY ALTERING THE FREQUENCY, INTENSITY, DURATION, AND TIMING OF FIRE, DROUGHT, INTRODUCED SPECIES, INSECT AND PATHOGEN OUTBREAKS, HURRICANES, WINDSTORMS, ICE STORMS, OR LANDSLIDES
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CitationDale, V. H.; Joyce, L. A.; McNulty, S.; Neilson, R. P.; Ayres, M. P.; Flannigan, M. D.; Hanson, P. J.; Irland, L. C.; Lugo, A. E.; Peterson, C. J.; Simberloff, D.; Swanson, F. J.; Stocks, B. J., and Wotton, B. M. 2001. Climate Change and Forest Disturbances. Bioscience. 51(9) :723-734.
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