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Integrating climate change into your workAuthor(s): Maria Janowiak
Source: The Consultant: Annual Journal of the Association of Consulting Foresters. 2020: 30-33.
Publication Series: Magazines or Trade Publications
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionForesters face increasing challenges in implementing sound, long-term management actions due to the increasing impacts of climate change in combination with other ecosystem stressors. The amount of information about climate change and forests is growing rapidly, but it can be difficult to keep up with new, complex information and incorporate it into management plans and activities. Fortunately, there are resources available to help fo resters consider how climate change will affect their client's forests and address options for adapting forests to enhance resilience as conditions change.
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CitationJanowiak, Maria. 2020. Integrating climate change into your work. The Consultant: Annual Journal of the Association of Consulting Foresters. 2020: 30-33.
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