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Chapter 3: Climate change at multiple scalesAuthor(s): Constance Millar; Ron Neilson; Dominique Bachelet; Ray Drapek; Jim Lenihan
Source: In: Forests, Carbon and Climate Change: A Synthesis of Science Findings. 2006. Salwasser, H.; Cloughesy, M., editors. Oregon Forest Resources Institute, Portland, Oregon, USA: p. 31-60
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DescriptionConcepts about the natural world influence approaches to forest management. In the popular press, climate change inevitably refers to global warming, greenhouse gas impacts, novel anthropogenic (human-induced) threats, and international politics. There is, however, a larger context that informs our understanding of changes that are occurring - that is, Earth’s natural climate system and its variability.
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CitationMillar, Constance; Neilson, Ron; Bachelet, Dominique; Drapek, Ray; Lenihan, Jim. 2006. Chapter 3: Climate change at multiple scales. In: Forests, Carbon and Climate Change: A Synthesis of Science Findings. 2006. Salwasser, H.; Cloughesy, M., editors. Oregon Forest Resources Institute, Portland, Oregon, USA: p. 31-60
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