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. Forest Stewards Guild, Santa Fe, NM 87505, USA Academic Editors: Robert Blanchette and Timothy A.
Martin Received: 6 March 2016 / Revised: 15 April 2016 / Accepted: 29 April 2016 / Published: 4 May 2016 Invasive, exotic insects and diseases have a devastating effect on North American forests. The rate of spread, or range expansion, is one of the main determinants of an invasive organism’s impact, and can play a major role in structuring management response options. This is an open access article distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License (CC BY) which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited. MDPI and ACS Style Evans, A.M. View more citation formats AMA Style Evans AM. Chicago/Turabian Style Evans, Alexander M. 2016.
Note that from the first issue of 2016, MDPI journals use article numbers instead of page numbers. 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. Redakcja „Leśnych Prac Badawczych" informuje, że wersją pierwotną (referencyjną) pisma jest wydanie elektroniczne – on-line.
Wydawca: Instytut Badawczy Leśnictwa, Sękocin Stary, ul. Braci Leśnej 3, 05-090 Raszyn, tel. +48 22 7150 602, fax +48 22 720 0397, e-mail email@example.com, osoba kontaktowa: Jacek Hilszczański. MITIG ADAPT STRATEG GLOB CHANGE - 2008 - Climate change adaptation and regional forest planning in southern Yukon, Canada. ESA JOURNAL - DEC 2013 - Climatic turning point for beech and oak under climate change in Central Europe. 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. Abstract Disturbance regimes within temperate forests can significantly impact carbon cycling.
Additionally, projected climate change in combination with multiple, interacting disturbance effects may disrupt the capacity of forests to act as carbon sinks at large spatial and temporal scales. We used a spatially explicit forest succession and disturbance model, LANDIS-II, to model the effects of climate change, gypsy moth (Lymantria dispar L.) defoliation, and wildfire on the C dynamics of the forests of the New Jersey Pine Barrens over the next century. Climate scenarios were simulated using current climate conditions (baseline), as well as a high emissions scenario (HadCM3 A2 emissions scenario). Our results suggest that long-term changes in C cycling will be driven more by climate change than by fire or gypsy moths over the next century. Editor: Michael L. Received: September 5, 2013; Accepted: June 20, 2014; Published: August 13, 2014 Introduction Methods Study Area Figure 1.
Figure 2. MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY 17/11/15 Climate change projections along with expanding invasive pest ranges pose a serious threat to forest. Take the MSU Extension and AgBioResearch Survey to Sharpen Our Focus in English or in Spanish Assessing the climates impact on natural resources indicates warming temperatures will have impacts on our region’s forest resources.
Beneficial longer growing seasons come with new invasive pest species which threaten the health of the 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.
Climate change will modify forest pest outbreak characteristics, although there are disagreements regarding the specifics of these changes.
A large part of this variability may be attributed to model specifications. As a case study, we developed a consensus model predicting spruce budworm (SBW, Choristoneura fumiferana [Clem.]) outbreak duration using two different predictor data sets and six different correlative methods. The model was used to project outbreak duration and the uncertainty associated with using different data sets and correlative methods (=model-specification uncertainty) for 2011–2040, 2041–2070 and 2071–2100, according to three forcing scenarios (RCP 2.6, RCP 4.5 and RCP 8.5).
The consensus model showed very high explanatory power and low bias. The model projected a more important northward shift and decrease in outbreak duration under the RCP 8.5 scenario. This article is protected by copyright. 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.
A Plant and Earth Science Department, College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences, University of Wisconsin – River Falls, 410 S. 3rd St., River Falls, WI 54022, USAb Department of Forest, Rangeland, and Fire Sciences, University of Idaho, 875 Perimeter Dr., MS 1133, Moscow, ID 83844-1133, USAc Department of Forest Ecosystems & Society, 321B Richardson Hall, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR 97331, USAd Department of Forest and Rangeland Stewardship, Warner College of Natural Resources, Colorado State University, 1472 Campus Delivery, Fort Collins, CO 80523-1472, USA Received 15 May 2015, Revised 16 July 2015, Accepted 20 July 2015, Available online 1 September 2015 Choose an option to locate/access this article: Check if you have access through your login credentials or your institution Check access doi:10.1016/j.foreco.2015.07.020 Get rights and content Highlights.
Forest Ecology and Management Volume 344, 15 May 2015, Tree dieback affects climate change mitigation potential of a dry afromontane forest in northern Ethiopia. A World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF), United Nations Avenue, P.O.
Box 30677-00100, Nairobi, Kenyab Institute of Geography, Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuremberg, Wetterkreuz 15, 91058 Erlangen, Germany Received 3 December 2014, Revised 6 February 2015, Accepted 9 February 2015, Available online 2 March 2015 Choose an option to locate/access this article: Check if you have access through your login credentials or your institution Check access doi:10.1016/j.foreco.2015.02.008 Get rights and content Highlights Juniperus procera reach 20–25 cm diameter after no less than 100 years in the study forest.
EXTENSION_ORG 06/03/15 Climate Change Impacts on Forest Insects. Excerpt from: Régnière, J. 2009.
Predicting insect continental distributions from species physiology. Unasylva. 60:37-42. Insects constitute the most diverse form of animal life in terrestrial ecosystems. Most species are innocuous but essential components of natural ecosystems. Environmental Reviews. 12/2013; Anticipating the consequences of climate change for Canada’s boreal forest ecosystems. Ecological Applications, 25(1), 2015, pp. 226–242 A new model to simulate climate-change impacts on forest succession for local land management.
CGIAR 15/12/14 What have we learned about governing agricultural and forest areas to achieve climate change mitigation? Stopping deforestation due to agriculture is difficult, especially with pressures to increase food and commodity production.
We now understand that intensifying agriculture reduces the amount of total land needed at a global level. But at local levels, agriculture will often expand if it is economic to do so and not otherwise prevented. Hence the need for governing agriculture-forest areas arises in a way that tackles climate change mitigation. To see how improved governance has helped to protect forests in the past, Arun Agrawal, Eva Wollenberg and Lauren Persha conducted a major review of the empirical evidence on this subject, including a meta analysis and the commissioning of papers.
CAN. J. PLANT PATHOL. - 2007 - Simulating the effects of a climate-change scenario on the geographical range and activity of forest-pathogenic fungi. Braz. J. Biol. - 2015 - Climate change effects on the geographic distribution of specialist tree species of the Brazilian tropical dry forests. Annals of Forest Science (2014) 71:291–300 Is the private forest sector adapting to climate change? A study of forest managers in north Wales. Advances in Climate Change Research Volume 4, Issue 4, 25 December 2013, Impacts of Climate Change on Forest Ecosystems in Northeast China. Wang Xiao-Ying11 Institute of Atmospheric Environment of China, China Meteorological Administration, Shenyang, 110016, ChinaZhao Chun-Yu2, , 2 Liaoning Provincial Meteorological Information Center, Shenyang, 110016, ChinaJia Qing-Yu11 Institute of Atmospheric Environment of China, China Meteorological Administration, Shenyang, 110016, China Received 21 August 2013, Available online 24 February 2015 doi:10.3724/SP.J.1248.2013.230 Get rights and content Abstract This paper reviews the studies and research on climate change impacts on the forest ecosystems in Northeast China.
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The Open Geography Journal, 2010, 3, 91-102 91 Impact of Target Diameter Harvesting on Spatial and Temporal Pattern of Drought Risk in Forest Ecosystems Under Climate Change Conditions. The Open Geography Journal, 2010, 3: 91-102 B.
Ahrends, C. Penne, O. Panferov. NORTH CASCADIA - 2011 - U.S. NATIONAL FORESTS ADAPT TO CLIMATE CHANGE THROUGH SCIENCE-MANAGEMENT PARTNERSHIPS. JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT (University of Pretoria) 30/11/11 Global change and tree diseases : New threats and new strategies. US FOREST SERVICE - MARS 2013 - GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE AND FORESTS. Northern Arizona University - MAI 2013 - Thèse en ligne : ESTIMATING AQUIFER RESPONSE FOLLOWING FOREST RESTORATION AND CLIMATE C. THE FOREST CHRONICLE - JUILLET 2010 - Forest health and climate change: A British Columbia perspective. WAGENINGEN UNIVERSITY 05/09/13 Tropical forests and climate change: filling knowledge gaps in a different way.
According to Pieter Zuidema and several colleagues in their opinion piece in Trends in Plant Science, research into the effects of climate change on tropical forests should be tackled differently. It should move from mainly descriptive studies towards predictive ones based on a thorough knowledge of relevant processes. Tropical forests cover around 7% of the Earth's surface but contain 25% of global carbon dioxide reserves, as well as contributing to more than 30% of the world’s primary production. "That is why these forests have such an incredibly important effect on CO2 levels in the atmosphere and are decisive in controlling climate change. " Pieter Zuidema said. INRA - 2013 - FFSM: a French forest-wood sector model which takes forestry issues into account in the fight against climate chan.
University of Leeds - JANV 2002 - The Impact of Global Climate Change on Tropical Forest Biodiversity in Amazonia. COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY - 2012 - Thèse en ligne : Influence of climatic zones on the distribution and abundance of damage agen. FOREST RESEARCH (UK) 22/09/11 Présentation : Insect pests of trees in Scotland the auld, the new and potential pests.
NOUVEL OUVRAGE EN PARTIE ACCESSIBLE VIA GOOGLE BOOKS - 2012 - Forests and Climate Change: The Social Dimensions of Redd in Latin. Erasmus Mundus conference on Climate change - Rethinking agriculture through Agroforestry to fight against climate change. EUROPE - Forest typology and expected climatic changes in different bioclimatic zones. Italian Society of Silviculture and Forest Ecology 10/09/04 Forests and climate change – lessons from insects. INRA ORLEANS - OCT 2010 - Opportunities and Risks for Douglas-fir in a changing climate, Freiburg, 18-20 Oct., 2010 - Présentat. INRA - 2010 - Research Report No. 29 - Population facing climate change: joint influences of Allee effects and environmental bou. CAN.J. FOR. RES. - 2009 - Consequences of climate change for biogeochemical cycling in forests of northeastern North America.
Forests 2011, 2, 486-504; Emerging Diseases in European Forest Ecosystems and Responses in Society. Forest Ecology and Management 30/10/10 Changing patterns in insect pests on trees in The Netherlands since 1946 in relation to h. Abstract In The Netherlands, insect pests on trees and shrubs are being monitored continuously since 1946. During these years, almost all insect pest populations showed marked changes, which may be the result of changes in forest management, shifts in forest composition, climate change and the arrival of new pests from the Mediterranean region or from other continents.
In order to generate hypothesis about possible relationships between species ecology and environmental factors, we have analyzed 61 years of population development of the 98 most abundant species in the database while paying attention to life history traits and preferred host plants. The 22 species with infestations lasting a few years only were excluded from the analysis. Of the remaining 76 species, 18 were present over the entire observation period of 61 years. Research highlights ▶ We have analyzed an unique nationwide database of 61 year of monitoring of insect pests on trees and shrubs.
Keywords. CAN. J. PLANT PATHOL. - 2007 - Simulating the effects of a climate-change scenario on the geographical range and activity of forest-pathogenic fungi.