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This dataset portrays the viability score (scale of 0 - 1.0) for White fir (Abies concolor) in western North America in 2030, using the Canadian Center of Climate Modeling and Analysis (CGCM3) general circulation model (GCM) and A2 emission scenario (high emissions, regionally diverse world, rapid growth) to model future climate. (From Crookston et al. 2010): To develop the climate profile, we used a data from permanent sample plots largely from Forest Inventory and Analysis (FIA, Bechtold and Patterson, 2005) but supplemented with research plot data to provide about 117,000 observations (see Rehfeldt et al., 2006, 2009) describing the presence and absence of numerous species. The Random Forests classification...
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This dataset portrays the viability score (scale of 0 - 1.0) for White fir (Abies concolor) in western North America in 2060, using the Canadian Center of Climate Modeling and Analysis (CGCM3) general circulation model (GCM) and A2 emission scenario (high emissions, regionally diverse world, rapid growth) to model future climate. (From Crookston et al. 2010): To develop the climate profile, we used a data from permanent sample plots largely from Forest Inventory and Analysis (FIA, Bechtold and Patterson, 2005) but supplemented with research plot data to provide about 117,000 observations (see Rehfeldt et al., 2006, 2009) describing the presence and absence of numerous species. The Random Forests classification...
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This dataset portrays the viability score (scale of 0 - 1.0) for Pacific silver fir (Abies amabilis) in western North America in 2060, using the Canadian Center of Climate Modeling and Analysis (CGCM3) general circulation model (GCM) and A2 emission scenario (high emissions, regionally diverse world, rapid growth) to model future climate. (From Crookston et al. 2010): To develop the climate profile, we used a data from permanent sample plots largely from Forest Inventory and Analysis (FIA, Bechtold and Patterson, 2005) but supplemented with research plot data to provide about 117,000 observations (see Rehfeldt et al., 2006, 2009) describing the presence and absence of numerous species. The Random Forests classification...
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This dataset portrays the viability score (scale of 0 - 1.0) for Mesquite (Prosopis sp.) in western North America in 2090, using the Canadian Center of Climate Modeling and Analysis (CGCM3) general circulation model (GCM) and A2 emission scenario (high emissions, regionally diverse world, rapid growth) to model future climate. (From Crookston et al. 2010): To develop the climate profile, we used a data from permanent sample plots largely from Forest Inventory and Analysis (FIA, Bechtold and Patterson, 2005) but supplemented with research plot data to provide about 117,000 observations (see Rehfeldt et al., 2006, 2009) describing the presence and absence of numerous species. The Random Forests classification tree...
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This dataset portrays the viability score (scale of 0 - 1.0) for Engelmann spruce (Picea engelmannii) in western North America in 2090, using the Canadian Center of Climate Modeling and Analysis (CGCM3) general circulation model (GCM) and A2 emission scenario (high emissions, regionally diverse world, rapid growth) to model future climate. (From Crookston et al. 2010): To develop the climate profile, we used a data from permanent sample plots largely from Forest Inventory and Analysis (FIA, Bechtold and Patterson, 2005) but supplemented with research plot data to provide about 117,000 observations (see Rehfeldt et al., 2006, 2009) describing the presence and absence of numerous species. The Random Forests classification...
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This dataset portrays the viability score (scale of 0 - 1.0) for Douglas fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) in western North America in 2090, using the Canadian Center of Climate Modeling and Analysis (CGCM3) general circulation model (GCM) and A2 emission scenario (high emissions, regionally diverse world, rapid growth) to model future climate. (From Crookston et al. 2010): To develop the climate profile, we used a data from permanent sample plots largely from Forest Inventory and Analysis (FIA, Bechtold and Patterson, 2005) but supplemented with research plot data to provide about 117,000 observations (see Rehfeldt et al., 2006, 2009) describing the presence and absence of numerous species. The Random Forests classification...
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This dataset portrays the "current" (2010) viability score (scale of 0 - 1.0) for Coast live oak (Quercus agrifolia) in western North America. It serves as the base condition for future species-climate profiles. (From Crookston et al. 2010): To develop the climate profile, we used a data from permanent sample plots largely from Forest Inventory and Analysis (FIA, Bechtold and Patterson, 2005) but supplemented with research plot data to provide about 117,000 observations (see Rehfeldt et al., 2006, 2009) describing the presence and absence of numerous species. The Random Forests classification tree of Breiman (2001), implemented in R by Liaw and Wiener (2002), was then used to predict the presence or absence of...
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This dataset portrays the viability score (scale of 0 - 1.0) for Pacific madrone (Arbutus menzeisii) in western North America in 2030, using the Canadian Center of Climate Modeling and Analysis (CGCM3) general circulation model (GCM) and A2 emission scenario (high emissions, regionally diverse world, rapid growth) to model future climate. (From Crookston et al. 2010): To develop the climate profile, we used a data from permanent sample plots largely from Forest Inventory and Analysis (FIA, Bechtold and Patterson, 2005) but supplemented with research plot data to provide about 117,000 observations (see Rehfeldt et al., 2006, 2009) describing the presence and absence of numerous species. The Random Forests classification...
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This dataset portrays the viability score (scale of 0 - 1.0) for Noble fir (Abies procera) in western North America in 2060, using the Canadian Center of Climate Modeling and Analysis (CGCM3) general circulation model (GCM) and A2 emission scenario (high emissions, regionally diverse world, rapid growth) to model future climate. (From Crookston et al. 2010): To develop the climate profile, we used a data from permanent sample plots largely from Forest Inventory and Analysis (FIA, Bechtold and Patterson, 2005) but supplemented with research plot data to provide about 117,000 observations (see Rehfeldt et al., 2006, 2009) describing the presence and absence of numerous species. The Random Forests classification...
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This dataset portrays the "current" (2010) viability score (scale of 0 - 1.0) for Subalpine fir (Abies lasiocarpa) in western North America. It serves as the base condition for future species-climate profiles. (From Crookston et al. 2010): To develop the climate profile, we used a data from permanent sample plots largely from Forest Inventory and Analysis (FIA, Bechtold and Patterson, 2005) but supplemented with research plot data to provide about 117,000 observations (see Rehfeldt et al., 2006, 2009) describing the presence and absence of numerous species. The Random Forests classification tree of Breiman (2001), implemented in R by Liaw and Wiener (2002), was then used to predict the presence or absence of species...
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This dataset portrays the viability score (scale of 0 - 1.0) for Rocky Mountain juniper (Juniperus scopulorum) in western North America in 2060, using the Met Office Hadley Centre (UK) general circulation model (GCM) and A2 emission scenario (high emissions, regionally diverse world, rapid growth) to model future climate. (From Crookston et al. 2010): To develop the climate profile, we used a data from permanent sample plots largely from Forest Inventory and Analysis (FIA, Bechtold and Patterson, 2005) but supplemented with research plot data to provide about 117,000 observations (see Rehfeldt et al., 2006, 2009) describing the presence and absence of numerous species. The Random Forests classification tree of...
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This dataset portrays the viability score (scale of 0 - 1.0) for Whitebark pine (Pinus albicaulis) in western North America in 2060, using the Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory - Princeton University, NOAA Research (GFDLCM21) general circulation model (GCM) and A2 emission scenario (high emissions, regionally diverse world, rapid growth) to model future climate. (From Crookston et al. 2010): To develop the climate profile, we used a data from permanent sample plots largely from Forest Inventory and Analysis (FIA, Bechtold and Patterson, 2005) but supplemented with research plot data to provide about 117,000 observations (see Rehfeldt et al., 2006, 2009) describing the presence and absence of numerous species....
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This dataset portrays the viability score (scale of 0 - 1.0) for Western hemlock (Tsuga heterophylla) in western North America in 2030, using the Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory - Princeton University, NOAA Research (GFDLCM21) general circulation model (GCM) and A2 emission scenario (high emissions, regionally diverse world, rapid growth) to model future climate. (From Crookston et al. 2010): To develop the climate profile, we used a data from permanent sample plots largely from Forest Inventory and Analysis (FIA, Bechtold and Patterson, 2005) but supplemented with research plot data to provide about 117,000 observations (see Rehfeldt et al., 2006, 2009) describing the presence and absence of numerous species....
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This dataset portrays the viability score (scale of 0 - 1.0) for Rocky Mountain juniper (Juniperus scopulorum) in western North America in 2030, using the Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory - Princeton University, NOAA Research (GFDLCM21) general circulation model (GCM) and A2 emission scenario (high emissions, regionally diverse world, rapid growth) to model future climate. (From Crookston et al. 2010): To develop the climate profile, we used a data from permanent sample plots largely from Forest Inventory and Analysis (FIA, Bechtold and Patterson, 2005) but supplemented with research plot data to provide about 117,000 observations (see Rehfeldt et al., 2006, 2009) describing the presence and absence of numerous...
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This dataset portrays the viability score (scale of 0 - 1.0) for Mountain hemlock (Tsuga mertensiana) in western North America in 2030, using the Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory - Princeton University, NOAA Research (GFDLCM21) general circulation model (GCM) and A2 emission scenario (high emissions, regionally diverse world, rapid growth) to model future climate. (From Crookston et al. 2010): To develop the climate profile, we used a data from permanent sample plots largely from Forest Inventory and Analysis (FIA, Bechtold and Patterson, 2005) but supplemented with research plot data to provide about 117,000 observations (see Rehfeldt et al., 2006, 2009) describing the presence and absence of numerous species....
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This dataset portrays the viability score (scale of 0 - 1.0) for Mesquite (Prosopis sp.) in western North America in 2030, using the Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory - Princeton University, NOAA Research (GFDLCM21) general circulation model (GCM) and A2 emission scenario (high emissions, regionally diverse world, rapid growth) to model future climate. (From Crookston et al. 2010): To develop the climate profile, we used a data from permanent sample plots largely from Forest Inventory and Analysis (FIA, Bechtold and Patterson, 2005) but supplemented with research plot data to provide about 117,000 observations (see Rehfeldt et al., 2006, 2009) describing the presence and absence of numerous species. The Random...
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This dataset portrays the viability score (scale of 0 - 1.0) for Douglas fir (Pseudotsuga Menziesii) in western North America in 2090, using the Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory - Princeton University, NOAA Research (GFDLCM21) general circulation model (GCM) and A2 emission scenario (high emissions, regionally diverse world, rapid growth) to model future climate. (From Crookston et al. 2010): To develop the climate profile, we used a data from permanent sample plots largely from Forest Inventory and Analysis (FIA, Bechtold and Patterson, 2005) but supplemented with research plot data to provide about 117,000 observations (see Rehfeldt et al., 2006, 2009) describing the presence and absence of numerous species....


map background search result map search result map Whitebark pine viability score, 2060 (GFDLCM21 GCM, A2 emissions scenario) Western hemlock viability score, 2030 (GFDLCM21 GCM, A2 emissions scenario) Rocky Mountain juniper viability score, 2030 (GFDLCM21 GCM, A2 emissions scenario) Mountain hemlock viability score, 2030 (GFDLCM21 GCM, A2 emissions scenario) Mesquite viability score, 2030 (GFDLCM21 GCM, A2 emissions scenario) Douglas fir viability score, 2090 (GFDLCM21 GCM, A2 emissions scenario) White fir viability score, 2060 (CGCM3 GCM, A2 emissions scenario) White fir viability score, 2030 (CGCM3 GCM, A2 emissions scenario) Pacific silver fir viability score, 2060 (CGCM3 GCM, A2 emissions scenario) Pacific madrone viability score, 2030 (CGCM3 GCM, A2 emissions scenario) Noble fir viability score, 2060 (CGCM3 GCM, A2 emissions scenario) Mesquite viability score, 2090 (CGCM3 GCM, A2 emissions scenario) Engelmann spruce viability score, 2090 (CGCM3 GCM, A2 emissions scenario) Douglas fir viability score, 2090 (CGCM3 GCM, A2 emissions scenario) Subalpine fir viability score, 2010 Coast live oak viability score, 2010 Rocky Mountain juniper viability score, 2060 (Hadley GCM, A2 emissions scenario) Whitebark pine viability score, 2060 (GFDLCM21 GCM, A2 emissions scenario) Western hemlock viability score, 2030 (GFDLCM21 GCM, A2 emissions scenario) Rocky Mountain juniper viability score, 2030 (GFDLCM21 GCM, A2 emissions scenario) Mountain hemlock viability score, 2030 (GFDLCM21 GCM, A2 emissions scenario) Mesquite viability score, 2030 (GFDLCM21 GCM, A2 emissions scenario) Douglas fir viability score, 2090 (GFDLCM21 GCM, A2 emissions scenario) White fir viability score, 2060 (CGCM3 GCM, A2 emissions scenario) White fir viability score, 2030 (CGCM3 GCM, A2 emissions scenario) Pacific silver fir viability score, 2060 (CGCM3 GCM, A2 emissions scenario) Pacific madrone viability score, 2030 (CGCM3 GCM, A2 emissions scenario) Noble fir viability score, 2060 (CGCM3 GCM, A2 emissions scenario) Mesquite viability score, 2090 (CGCM3 GCM, A2 emissions scenario) Engelmann spruce viability score, 2090 (CGCM3 GCM, A2 emissions scenario) Douglas fir viability score, 2090 (CGCM3 GCM, A2 emissions scenario) Subalpine fir viability score, 2010 Coast live oak viability score, 2010 Rocky Mountain juniper viability score, 2060 (Hadley GCM, A2 emissions scenario)