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Assessing socioeconomic impacts of climate change on US forests, wood product markets, and forest recreationAuthor(s): Lloyd C. Irland; Darius Adams; Ralph Alig; Carter J. Betz; Chi-Chung Chen; Mark Hutchins; Bruce A. McCarl; Ken Skog; Brent L. Sohngen
Source: BioScience. Vol. 51, no. 9 (Sept. 2001).:p. 753-764.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
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DescriptionThe effects of climate change on forests will trigger market adaptations in forest management and in wood-products industries and may well have significant effects on forest-based outdoor recreation.
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CitationIrland, Lloyd C.; Adams, Darius; Alig, Ralph; Betz, Carter J.; Chen, Chi-Chung; Hutchins, Mark; McCarl, Bruce A.; Skog, Ken; Sohngen, Brent L. 2001. Assessing socioeconomic impacts of climate change on US forests, wood product markets, and forest recreation. BioScience. Vol. 51, no. 9 (Sept. 2001).:p. 753-764.
KeywordsClimate change, Climatic factors, Socioeconomics, Forest products industries, Forest management, Forest recreation, Skiing, Carbon sequestration
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