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Tuesday, September 20 • 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Climate Change Track-02: Forest, freshwater, & dryland ecosystems and climate change

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Session 2 will consist of lightning talks about ecosystem response to climate change from 15 forest, freshwater, & dryland LTER sites (AND, BNZ, CWT, HBR, HFR, LUQ, NTL, NWT, ARC, CDR, JRN, KBS, KNZ, MCM, SEV). Presentations will summarize findings and address questions that emerged from the BioScience special issue on 40-years of climate research at LTER sites. The format will be 5-minute presentations followed by 1 minute of questions. Each LTER site presentation will address: (1) What forms of environmental forcing are occurring at your site? (where environmental forcing refers to geophysical processes driven by climate change, such as sea level rise, saltwater intrusion, flooding, etc.) (2) How are these environmental forcings affecting ecosystem processes at your site, based on the five core research areas in LTER? (3) How are associated ecosystem service changes affecting human outcomes and behavior, including adaptation and mitigation to climate change at your site?


Julia Jones

Professor, Oregon State University
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Charles Driscoll

Professor, Hubbard Brook LTER

Brooke Penaluna

PNW Research Station, USFS

Tuesday September 20, 2022 3:30pm - 5:00pm PDT
04. Fred Farr Forum