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Forest landscape mosaics: Disturbance, restoration, and management at times of global changeAuthor(s): Kalev Jogiste; Bengt Gunnar Jonsson; Timo Kuuluvainen; Sylvie Gauthier; W. Keith Moser
Source: Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 45(9): v-vi.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Rocky Mountain Research Station
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DescriptionPotential effects of hypothesized anthropogenic climate change are raising concerns about the sustainability of development in terms of both people and the rest of the environment. Land use change at the global scale presents many challenges for the research community. Past land use has a definite effect on future ecosystems, but it is challenging to predict future outcomes for biodiversity and productivity of ecosystems. The mechanisms that create complex patterns of forests at different scales (e.g., microscopic, stand-level) will require further systematic analysis.
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CitationJogiste, Kalev; Jonsson, Bengt Gunnar; Kuuluvainen, Timo; Gauthier, Sylvie; Moser, W. Keith. 2015. Forest landscape mosaics: Disturbance, restoration, and management at times of global change. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 45(9): v-vi.
Keywordsforest landscapes, disturbance, restoration, management, climate change
- Crossing scales and disciplines to achieve forest sustainability
- Scientific challenges in shrubland ecosystems
- Representing climate, disturbance, and vegetation interactions in landscape models
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