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Wednesday, September 21 • 10:30am - 12:00pm
Climate Change Track-03: Brainstorming synthesis about ecosystems and climate change

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In Session 3 we will brainstorm synthesis around key synthesis questions that emerge from Sessions 1 and 2, including (1) How do disturbance effects on ecosystems change as disturbances become more frequent and increase in intensity? (2) In which ecosystems is increasing climate variability leading to state changes in ecosystem structure and/or function, and why? (3) What forms of non-climate-related human activities mitigate or magnify ecosystem responses to climate change? (4) Why do ecosystem responses differ among ecosystems subjected to the same/similar climate or environmental forcing? (5) How do ecosystem responses at LTER sites relate to those from regional or national-scale analyses? And (6) How are ecosystem responses related to climate justice? This session will include large and small group brainstorms and recruiting of leaders for activities such as an NCEAS working group, proposals, or a set of LTER papers on these topics.


Julia Jones

Professor, Oregon State University
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Charles Driscoll

Professor, Hubbard Brook LTER

Brooke Penaluna

PNW Research Station, USFS

Wednesday September 21, 2022 10:30am - 12:00pm PDT
04. Fred Farr Forum