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Science accomplishments report.Author(s): Valerie Rapp
Source: Science Accomplishments Report. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 74 p
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DescriptionToday, as in the past, complex forces of nature intersect with communities and society. Fire, climate change, invasive species, and large-scale shifts in forest cover and use are some of the key issues society currently faces. This accomplishment report encapsulates a year’s work from our scientists. This work is often interdisciplinary, long term, geographically broad, and policy oriented. And most of all, we strive to make it relevant to the issues of today as we build a foundation for addressing issues of the future.
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CitationRapp, Valerie. 2003. Science accomplishments report. Science Accomplishments Report. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 74 p
KeywordsScience Accomplishments Report
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