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FORESTS 30/11/21 Mitigation Potential of Ecosystem-Based Forest Management under Climate Change: A Case Study in the Boreal-Temperate Forest Ecotone. The forest sector can help reduce atmospheric CO2 through carbon (C) sequestration and storage and wood substitution of more polluting materials.

FORESTS 30/11/21 Mitigation Potential of Ecosystem-Based Forest Management under Climate Change: A Case Study in the Boreal-Temperate Forest Ecotone

However, climate change can have an impact on the C fluxes we are trying to leverage through forestry. We calculated the difference in CO2 eq. fluxes between ecosystem-based forest management and total forest conservation in the context of the temperate-boreal forest ecotone of Quebec (Canada), taking into account fluxes from forest ecosystems, wood product life cycle, and the substitution effect of wood products on markets.

Over the 2020–2120 period, in the absence of climate change, ecosystem-based forest management and wood production caused average net annual emissions of 66.9 kilotonnes (kt) of CO2 eq. year−1 (relative to forest conservation), and 15.4 kt of CO2 eq. year−1 when assuming a 100% substitution effect of wood products. ►▼ Show Figures Figure 1. SUSTAINABILITY 20/09/21 Organizing Sport for Climate Related Adaptations: Lessons from the Water and Forestry Industries. All articles published by MDPI are made immediately available worldwide under an open access license.

SUSTAINABILITY 20/09/21 Organizing Sport for Climate Related Adaptations: Lessons from the Water and Forestry Industries

No special permission is required to reuse all or part of the article published by MDPI, including figures and tables. For articles published under an open access Creative Common CC BY license, any part of the article may be reused without permission provided that the original article is clearly cited. Feature Papers represent the most advanced research with significant potential for high impact in the field. Feature Papers are submitted upon individual invitation or recommendation by the scientific editors and undergo peer review prior to publication. The Feature Paper can be either an original research article, a substantial novel research study that often involves several techniques or approaches, or a comprehensive review paper with concise and precise updates on the latest progress in the field that systematically reviews the most exciting advances in scientific literature.

FORESTS 25/08/21 Do People Understand and Observe the Effects of Climate Crisis on Forests? The Case Study of Cyprus. Recent reports stress the vulnerability of forest ecosystems in the European Union (EU), especially in the south.

FORESTS 25/08/21 Do People Understand and Observe the Effects of Climate Crisis on Forests? The Case Study of Cyprus

Cyprus is an island in the south of EU and the eastern of the Mediterranean Sea. While Cyprus’ vulnerability is stressed, Cyprus was included in the worst-performing countries regarding EU carbon emission’s targets of 2020. For mitigating climate change, Cyprus could benefit for tailored education and improved policy making. This study analyses the perceptions of the Cypriot residents about climate change and forest degradation aiming (1) to gain a better understanding of whether Cypriot residents understand its importance, (2) to understand if the general public is able to observe the changes noted in the literature, (3) to understand how perceptions are differentiated across different demographic categories, and (4) to derive correlations between demographic data and perceptions. FORESTS 22/08/21 Effect of Climate Change on the Growth of Endangered Scree Forests in Krkonoše National Park (Czech Republic)

Scree forests with large numbers of protected plants and wildlife are seriously threatened by climate change due to more frequent drought episodes, which cause challenges for very stony, shallow soils.

FORESTS 22/08/21 Effect of Climate Change on the Growth of Endangered Scree Forests in Krkonoše National Park (Czech Republic)

The effect of environmental factors on the radial growth of five tree species—European beech (Fagus sylvatica L.), Norway spruce (Picea abies (L.) Karst.), sycamore maple (Acer pseudoplatanus L.), European ash (Fraxinus excelsior L.), and mountain elm (Ulmus glabra Huds.) —was studied in the mixed stands (105–157 years) in the western Krkonoše Mountains (Czech Republic) concerning climate change. These are communities of maple to fir beechwoods (association Aceri-Fagetum sylvaticae and Luzulo-Abietetum albae) on ranker soils at the altitude 590–700 m a.s.l. This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.

FORESTS 29/07/21 Spatial and Temporal Patterns of Forest Management Activities from 1990 to 2019 to Demonstrate Additionality for Climate Change Mitigation in the Forest Sector of South Korea. All articles published by MDPI are made immediately available worldwide under an open access license.

FORESTS 29/07/21 Spatial and Temporal Patterns of Forest Management Activities from 1990 to 2019 to Demonstrate Additionality for Climate Change Mitigation in the Forest Sector of South Korea

No special permission is required to reuse all or part of the article published by MDPI, including figures and tables. For articles published under an open access Creative Common CC BY license, any part of the article may be reused without permission provided that the original article is clearly cited. Feature Papers represent the most advanced research with significant potential for high impact in the field.

SCIENCENEWS 09/07/21 Why planting tons of trees isn’t enough to solve climate change. Trees are symbols of hope, life and transformation.

SCIENCENEWS 09/07/21 Why planting tons of trees isn’t enough to solve climate change

They’re also increasingly touted as a straightforward, relatively inexpensive, ready-for-prime-time solution to climate change. When it comes to removing human-caused emissions of the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide from Earth’s atmosphere, trees are a big help. Through photosynthesis, trees pull the gas out of the air to help grow their leaves, branches and roots. Forest soils can also sequester vast reservoirs of carbon. Earth holds, by one estimate, as many as 3 trillion trees. Even in the politically divided United States, large-scale tree-planting projects have broad bipartisan support, according to a spring 2020 poll by the Pew Research Center. Trees “are having a bit of a moment right now,” says Joe Fargione, an ecologist with The Nature Conservancy who is based in Minneapolis.

Conservationists are understandably eager to harness this enthusiasm to combat climate change. FORESTS 17/07/21 Climate Connectivity of European Forests for Species Range Shifts. All articles published by MDPI are made immediately available worldwide under an open access license.

FORESTS 17/07/21 Climate Connectivity of European Forests for Species Range Shifts

No special permission is required to reuse all or part of the article published by MDPI, including figures and tables. For articles published under an open access Creative Common CC BY license, any part of the article may be reused without permission provided that the original article is clearly cited. Feature Papers represent the most advanced research with significant potential for high impact in the field. Feature Papers are submitted upon individual invitation or recommendation by the scientific editors and undergo peer review prior to publication.

The Feature Paper can be either an original research article, a substantial novel research study that often involves several techniques or approaches, or a comprehensive review paper with concise and precise updates on the latest progress in the field that systematically reviews the most exciting advances in scientific literature. FORESTS 07/07/21 Past and Future of Temperate Forests State under Climate Change Effects in the Romanian Southern Carpathians. All articles published by MDPI are made immediately available worldwide under an open access license.

FORESTS 07/07/21 Past and Future of Temperate Forests State under Climate Change Effects in the Romanian Southern Carpathians

No special permission is required to reuse all or part of the article published by MDPI, including figures and tables. For articles published under an open access Creative Common CC BY license, any part of the article may be reused without permission provided that the original article is clearly cited. Feature Papers represent the most advanced research with significant potential for high impact in the field. Feature Papers are submitted upon individual invitation or recommendation by the scientific editors and undergo peer review prior to publication. FORESTS 30/11/21 Phytophthora Root and Collar Rot of Paulownia, a New Disease for Europe. Paulownia species are fast growing trees native to China, which are being grown in managed plantings in several European countries for the production of wood and biomasses.

FORESTS 30/11/21 Phytophthora Root and Collar Rot of Paulownia, a New Disease for Europe

In 2018, wilting, stunting, leaf yellowing, and collapse, as a consequence of root and crown rot, were observed in around 40% of trees of a 2-year-old planting of Paulownia elongata × P. fortunei in Calabria (Southern Italy). Two species of Phytophthora were consistently recovered from roots, basal stem bark, and rhizosphere soil of symptomatic trees and were identified as Ph. nicotianae and Ph. palmivora on the basis of both morphological characteristics and phylogenetic analysis of rDNA ITS sequences. Koch’s postulates were fulfilled by reproducing the symptoms on potted paulownia saplings transplanted into infested soil or stem-inoculated by wounding. FORESTS 17/06/21 Trends in Outbreaks of Defoliating Insects Highlight Growing Threats for Central European Forests, and Implications for Eastern Baltic Region. Cyclic outbreaks of forest defoliators in Central Europe were observed.

FORESTS 17/06/21 Trends in Outbreaks of Defoliating Insects Highlight Growing Threats for Central European Forests, and Implications for Eastern Baltic Region

In total, 1,100,000 km2 (4600 km2 per year) of forests were defoliated by the selected species during the studied period. Six significant outbreaks occurred during the assessed period—in 1957, 1965, 1996, 2001, 2003, and 2009 (Figure 1A). The affected areas by defoliators reached 82,000 km2 in 1957, increased to 140,000 km2 in 1965, and ranged from 10,500 to 38,200 km2 from 1995 to 2010 (Figure 1A). The large-scale outbreaks became more frequent in the latter part of the analyzed periods. However, during the period from 1970 to 1990, no significant defoliation events were recorded (Figure 1A), which might be related to the gradual transition of stand compositions from pure to mixed in Central Europe [25], which can alter (moderate) defoliator behavior [26].

The interannual variabilities of outbreaks (their area) were affected by temperature deviations (Table 1). ECOSYSTEMS 17/03/21 Landscape-Scale Forest Reorganization Following Insect Invasion and Harvest Under Future Climate Change Scenarios. Abatzoglou JT, Brown TJ. 2012. A comparison of statistical downscaling methods suited for wildfire applications. International Journal of Climatology 32:772–780.Article Google Scholar Agius AC, McCullough DG, Cappaert DG. 2005. Host range and preference of the emerald ash borer in North America: Preliminary results.

In: Mastro V, Reardon R, Eds. FORESTS 30/05/21 Climate Change Governance in Forestry and Nature Conservation in Selected Forest Regions in Serbia: Stakeholders Classification and Collaboration. Climate change, with various economic, environmental and social consequences, is one of the greatest challenges faced by society. Climate change governance in forestry and nature conservation includes developing joint activities and collaboration among stakeholders that combine different interests, influences and competences at national, regional and local levels. This research aims to classify climate change stakeholders within the forestry and nature conservation sectors in Serbia. They are classified according to their interests and perceived influences. We analyze factors impacting the development of different areas for the collaboration by combining stakeholder analysis and social network analysis. FORESTS 16/05/21 Influence of Climate Change on Tree Growth and Forest Ecosystems: More Than Just Temperature.

MDPI and ACS Style Blanco, J.A.; González de Andrés, E.; Lo, Y. -H. Influence of Climate Change on Tree Growth and Forest Ecosystems: More Than Just Temperature. Forests 2021, 12, 630. FORESTS 30/04/21 Carbon–Water Relationships of the Forest Ecosystem under a Changing Climate. FORESTS 29/04/21 Seven Ways a Warming Climate Can Kill the Southern Boreal Forest. The southern boreal forests of North America are susceptible to large changes in composition as temperate forests or grasslands may replace them as the climate warms. ►▼ Show Figures Figure 1 This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.

FORESTS - Special Issue "The impact of Climate Change on Alpine Treelines and Vegetation Dynamics" - Deadline for manuscript submissions: 25 November 2021. Special Issue Editor Dr. Pavel A. MoiseevE-MailWebsiteGuest Editor. FORESTS 21/03/21 Assessment of Potential Climate Change Impacts on Montane Forests in the Peruvian Andes: Implications for Conservation Prioritization. Future climate change will result in profound shifts in the distribution and abundance of biodiversity in the Tropical Andes, and poses a challenge to contemporary conservation planning in the region. However, currently it is not well understood where the impacts of climate disruption will be most severe and how conservation policy should respond. FORESTS 05/03/21 Monitoring Forest Phenology in a Changing World. In many phenological studies, cost represents a major and critical factor in the choice of method. Costs range over several orders of magnitude depending on the price per unit of monitoring equipment and the price of acquiring data from those units (Table 1).

Single time point panchromatic high resolution satellite imagery (50 cm) can cost around US$24 per km2 with a minimum order of 100 km2 (=US$2400) and medium resolution (150 cm) around US$5 per km2 with a minimum order of 500 km2 (=US$2500) [147]. However, free satellite data is also available at high spatial and temporal resolutions, especially if the study area is located in North America or Europe [148], with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA: ~30 m with ~16 day revisit frequency) and the European Space Agency (ESA: ~10 m with ~5 day revisit frequency) hosting freely available datasets [149,150]. FORESTS 19/01/21 Dynamics of Carbon Accumulation in Tropical Dry Forests under Climate Change Extremes. We analyze here how much carbon is being accumulated annually by secondary tropical dry forests (TDFs) and how structure, composition, time since abandonment, and climate can influence the dynamics of forest carbon accumulation.

FORESTRY STUDIES - 2013 - Simple visualization of climate change for improving the public perception in forest pathology. FORESTS - Special Issue "Impacts of Climate Change on Tree Physiology and Responses of Forest Ecosystems" - Deadline for manuscript submissions: 15 April 2021. Phoebe bournei is a precioustimber species and is listed as a national secondary protection plant in China. However, seedlings show obvious photosynthetic declinewhen grown long-term under an elevated CO2 concentration (eCO2). JOURNAL OF APPLIED ECOLOGY 01/12/20 Managing forest regeneration and expansion at a time of unprecedented global change.

FORESTS 24/11/20 Species, Climatypes, Climate Change, and Forest Health: A Conversion of Science to Practice for Inland Northwest (USA) Forests. Research Highlights: This paper integrates disparate research results pertaining to climate change impacts to 12 co-occurring forest tree species and their climatypes such that management options for the ecosystem as a whole become discernible. Background and Objectives: The ecosystem under analysis is the Thuja-Tsuga forest ecosystem, occupying ca. 121,500 km2 in a largely mountainous setting in the interior northwest, USA. Our goal is to present land management options tied directly to climate-change in a straightforward framework for both the current and future generations. FORESTS 08/10/20 The Impact of Climate Variations on the Structure of Ground Beetle (Coleoptera: Carabidae) Assemblage in Forests and Wetlands. MDPI and ACS Style Kirichenko-Babko, M.; Danko, Y.; Musz-Pomorksa, A.; Widomski, M.K.; Babko, R.

FAS USDA 24/09/20 Germany: Climate Change Damages German Forests. FORESTS 14/09/20 Tree Line Shift in the Olympus Mountain (Greece) and Climate Change. One of the effects of climate change is, among others, changes to forest ecosystems. Research Highlights: Temperature increases and upward tree line shifts are linked in many studies. FORESTS 15/09/20 Using a Trait-Based Approach to Compare Tree Species Sensitivity to Climate Change Stressors in Eastern Canada and Inform Adaptation Practices. Despite recent advances in understanding tree species sensitivities to climate change, ecological knowledge on different species remains scattered across disparate sources, precluding their inclusion in vulnerability assessments. Information on potential sensitivities is needed to identify tree species that require consideration, inform changes to current silvicultural practices and prioritize management actions.

FRONT. ECOL. EVOL. 19/03/19 Climate Change and Geographic Ranges: The Implications for Russian Forests. GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY 24/05/20 Climate change induces multiple risks to boreal forests and forestry in Finland: A literature review. Science of The Total Environment Volume 685, 1 October 2019, Substantial declines in urban tree habitat predicted under climate change.

Résumé traduit : À l'échelle mondiale, les gouvernements locaux augmentent leurs investissements dans des projets d'écologisation urbaine. Cependant, il est peu question de savoir si les espèces plantées seront résistantes au changement climatique. Nous avons évalué la répartition de l'habitat climatiquement approprié, maintenant et à l'avenir, pour 176 espèces d'arbres originaires d'Australie, couramment plantées dans les zones urbaines importantes (SUA) de l'Australie et actuellement cultivées par des pépinières commerciales. D'ici 2070, l'habitat convenant au climat dans les ZUE devrait décliner pour 73% des espèces évaluées. Pour 18% de ces espèces, la superficie convenant au climat devrait être divisée par plus de moitié, par rapport à leur étendue de référence. En règle générale, pour les zones urbaines des régions plus froides, l'habitat climatiquement convenable devrait augmenter. En revanche, pour les zones urbaines des régions plus chaudes, une plus grande proportion d'espèces d'arbres peut perdre un habitat climatiquement convenable. Nos résultats mettent en évidence l'évolution des modèles d'espace climatique urbain pour les espèces couramment plantées, suggérant que les gouvernements locaux et l'industrie horticole devraient adopter une approche proactive pour identifier de nouvelles espèces prêtes pour le climat pour les plantations urbaines. – guatemalt

FORESTS 17/03/20 Managing Forests and Water for People under a Changing Environment. FORESTS 09/03/20 Optimized Maxent Model Predictions of Climate Change Impacts on the Suitable Distribution of Cunninghamia lanceolata in China. PARLEMENT EUROPEEN - Réponse à question E-004180/2019 European Green Deal and EU measures to protect forests and preserve biodiversity: the specific case of Romanian forests.

FORESTS 10/02/20 Global Warming Mitigating Role of Wood Products from Washington State’s Private Forests. CLIMATE 01/06/19 The Evolution of Climate Changes in Portugal: Determination of Trend Series and Its Impact on Forest Development. FOREST ENTOMOLOGY 30/04/18 Forest Insects and Climate Change. COST - JUIN 2018 - Climate Change and Forest Systems - New horizons for research and innovation. FORESTS 21/01/20 Adaptation of Forest Trees to Rapidly Changing Climate.

Socio-economic and Eco-biological Dimensions in Resource use and Conservation 28/01/20 Role of Major Forest Biomes in Climate Change Mitigation: An Eco-Biological Perspective. FORESTS, TREES AND AGROFORESTRY 09/12/19 New methodology assesses vulnerability of forests and forest-dependent people to climate change. FAO - 2019 - Climate change vulnerability assessment of forests and forest-dependent people - A framework methodology. RTI PRESS POLICY BRIEF - AOUT 2017 - Economic Analysis of Greenhouse Gas Mitigation Potential in the US Forest Sector. FOREST ECOSYSTEMS 12/05/15 Assessing risks and uncertainties in forest dynamics under different management scenarios and climate change. INTECH 30/03/16 Native Forest and Climate Change — The Role of the Subtropical Forest, Potentials, and Threats. INTECH 16/03/18 Advances in the Assessment of Climate Change Impact on the Forest Landscape. FORESTS 15/11/19 Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment for Forest Management: The Case of the U.S. Forest Service.

FORESTS 11/11/19 Forest Phenology Dynamics to Climate Change and Topography in a Geographic and Climate Transition Zone: The Qinling Mountains in Central China. FORESTS 24/10/19 Understanding the Critical Impact Path on Vegetation Growth under Climate Extremes and Human Influence. MICROORGANISMS 05/10/19 Reduced Virulence of an Introduced Forest Pathogen over 50 Years. GEOSCIENCES 23/09/19 Spectral Index-Based Monitoring (2000–2017) in Lowland Forests to Evaluate the Effects of Climate Change (Hongrie)

VTDIGGER 19/09/19 Climate change: Farmers and foresters confront new pests, fear the ‘next thing’ FORESTS 17/09/19 Spatial Pattern of Climate Change Effects on Lithuanian Forestry. FORESTS 20/08/19 Spatiotemporal Simulation of Net Ecosystem Productivity and Its Response to Climate Change in Subtropical Forests. FORESTS 24/07/19 Forest Decline Triggered by Phloem Parasitism-Related Biotic Factors in Aleppo Pine (Pinus halepensis) FORESTS 24/07/19 Interactions between Climate and Nutrient Cycles on Forest Response to Global Change: The Role of Mixed Forests.

FORESTS 24/07/19 Effects of Climate Change on Burn Probability of Forests in Daxing’anling. FORESTS 25/07/19 High Resolution Maps of Climatological Parameters for Analyzing the Impacts of Climatic Changes on Swiss Forests. FORESTS 14/06/19 Effects of Climate Change at Treeline: Lessons from Space-for-Time Studies, Manipulative Experiments, and Long-Term Observational Records in the Central Austrian Alps.

FAPESP_BR 18/06/19 Climate change could affect symbiotic relationships between microorganisms and trees. FORESTS 11/06/19 Potential Distribution Shifts of Plant Species under Climate Change in Changbai Mountains, China. TRUTHOUT 07/04/19 Logging Is the Leading Driver of Carbon Emissions From US Forests. FORESTS 07/04/19 Comparative Assessment of Vegetation Dynamics under the Influence of Climate Change and Human Activities in Five Ecologically Vulnerable Regions of China from 2000 to 2015.

FORESTS 02/04/19 Analysis of Climate Change Impacts on Tree Species of the Eastern US: Results of DISTRIB-II Modeling. FORESTS 22/03/19 Visualizing Current and Future Climate Boundaries of the Conterminous United States: Implications for Forests. ESA JOURNAL - DEC 2013 - Climatic turning point for beech and oak under climate change in Central Europe. GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY 04/07/17 Risk of genetic maladaptation due to climate change in three major European tree species.

FORESTS 20/11/18 Refining Species Traits in a Dynamic Vegetation Model to Project the Impacts of Climate Change on Tropical Trees in Central Africa. FORESTRY COMMISSION - 2005 - Climate Change and British Woodland. FORESTS 19/06/18 Emerging Forest Diseases: A Case Study of Greenheart (Chlorocardium spp., Lauraceae) and the Newly Described Fungus, Xylaria karyophthora.

ACTA ZOOLOGICA BULGARICA - 2018 - Entomophaga aulicae (Reichardt in Bail) Humber (Entomophthorales: Entomophthoraceae), a New Entomopathogenic Fungus in the Republic of Serbia. Climatic Change January 2018, Volume 146, Vulnerability of forests of the Midwest and Northeast United States to climate change. EFIMED 30/06/17 Emergent pests and diseases in forest systems. WAGENINGEN UNIVERSITY 24/05/17 Dutch tree sends tweets about climate change. FORESTS 09/12/17 Tropical and Highland Temperate Forest Plantations in Mexico: Pathways for Climate Change Mitigation and Ecosystem Services Delivery. FORESTS 09/12/17 Adaptation to Climate Change in Forestry: A Perspective on Forest Ownership and Adaptation Responses. FORESTS 06/12/17 By 2050 the Mitigation Effects of EU Forests Could Nearly Double through Climate Smart Forestry. FORESTS 24/11/17 Impacts of Global Change on Mediterranean Forests and Their Services.

CGIAR - 2016 - Gender and Forests: Climate Change, Tenure, Value Chains and Emerging Issues. FORESTS 30/08/17 Integrating Climate Change and Land Use Impacts to Explore Forest Conservation Policy. USDA - DEC 2011 - A Risk Assessment of Climate Change and the Impact of Forest Diseases on Forest Ecosystems in the Western United States and Canada.

JOURNAL OF FOREST SCIENCE, 57, 2011 (10): 422–431 Expected impacts of climate change on forests: Czech Republic as a case study. Lesnícky časopis. Roč. 53, č. 3 (2007), IMPACT OF GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE ON FOREST ECOSYSTEMS IN SLOVAKIA – GENERAL OVERVIEW. Atti Accademia Nazionale Italiana di Entomologia Anno LXIII, 2015: 145-150 DRIVERS AND PATHWAYS OF FOREST INSECT INVASIONS IN EUROPE, CAN WE PREDICT THE NEXT ARRIVALS? FORESTS 04/05/16 The Speed of Invasion: Rates of Spread for Thirteen Exotic Forest Insects and Diseases. FS_FED_US - 2013 - AN OVERVIEW OF SOME CONCEPTS, POTENTIALS, ISSUES, AND REALITIES OF ASSISTED MIGRATION FOR CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION IN FORESTS. Mathematical and Computational Forestry&Natural-Resource Sciences 30/09/13 QUANTITATIVE METRICS FOR ASSESSING PREDICTED CLIMATE CHANGE PRESSURE ON NORTH AMERICAN TREE SPECIES.

Forest Research Papers - DEC 2013 - The effect of temperature and humidity changes on insects development their impact on forest ecosystems in the expected climate change. MITIG ADAPT STRATEG GLOB CHANGE - 2008 - Climate change adaptation and regional forest planning in southern Yukon, Canada. Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research Volume 31, Issue 1, 2016 The potential effect of climate change on the geographical distribution of insect pest species in the Swedish boreal forest.

Regional Environmental Change. 08/2015; Institutional factors and opportunities for adapting European forest management to climate change. PLOS 13/08/14 Predicted Effects of Gypsy Moth Defoliation and Climate Change on Forest Carbon Dynamics in the New Jersey Pine Barrens. MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY 17/11/15 Climate change projections along with expanding invasive pest ranges pose a serious threat to forest. JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT - 2014 - Climate change and European forests: What do we know, what are the uncertainties, and what are the implications for forest management?

GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY 29/10/15 Model-specification uncertainty in future forest pest outbreak. Glob Chang Biol. 2014 Jun;20(6):1723-37. Current temporal trends in moth abundance are counter to predicted effects of climate change in an assemblage of subarctic forest moths. Global Change and Forest Health - IUFRO ALL DIVISION 7 Conference April 25-29, 2016 - ISTANBUL. FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT - 2015 - Which tree species and biome types are most vulnerable to climate change in the US Northern Rocky Mountains?

Forest Ecology and Management Available online 1 September 2015 Forest managers’ response to climate change science: Evaluating the constructs of boundary objects and organizations. Forest Ecology and Management Volume 344, 15 May 2015, Tree dieback affects climate change mitigation potential of a dry afromontane forest in northern Ethiopia. EXTENSION_ORG 06/03/15 Climate Change Impacts on Forest Insects.