FOREST ADAPTATION TO CLIMATE CHANGE BULLETINS
Changing climate will affect most of our economy, environment, and socio-cultural aspects. In terms of forestry and management, these changes are among a set of forest changers that include exotic species, parcelization, deer depredation, benign neglect, and the loss of forest industries.
HOW CLIMATE AFFECTS FORESTS
2 pages. E3221-Effects.pdf 300 kb
2 pages. E3222-Vulnerability.pdf 215 kb
ADAPTATION STRATEGIES and APPROACHES
2 pages. E3223-Strategies.pdf 500 kb
2 pages. E3224-Mngt.pdf 640 kb
FOREST ADAPTATION GLOSSARY
2 pages. E3225-Glossary.pdf 380 kb
This website was created by a consortium of forestry groups to help streamline
information about forestry and coordinate forestry activities designed to benefit
the family forest owner and various publics that make up our Michigan citizenry.
This website is maintained by Bill Cook, Michigan State Extension Forester/Biologist.
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