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Workshop Approach for Developing Climate Change Adaptation Strategies and Actions for Natural Resource Management Agencies in the United States

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2011

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Halofsky, Jessica E., Peterson, David L., Furniss, Michael J., Joyce, Linda A., Millar, Constance I., and Neilson, Ronald P., 2011, Workshop Approach for Developing Climate Change Adaptation Strategies and Actions for Natural Resource Management Agencies in the United States: Journal of Forestry, v. 109, no. 4, p. 219-225.

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The US Forest Service is responsible for restoring, sustaining, and enhancing forests and grasslands while providing and sustaining benefits to the American people. Because of these responsibilities, federal scientists and land managers are tasked with reducing the negative effects of climate change on ecosystem function and services, while promoting and enabling beneficial aspects (US Forest Service 2008, 2009).

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