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Northern Institute of Applied Climate Science

Documents for the Climate Change Response Framework in Northern Wisconsin

The Climate Change Response Framework Project in Northern Wisconsin is a collaborative effort among the Northern Institute of Applied Climate Science, the USDA Forest Service Eastern Region, Northern Research Station, Northeastern Area State and Private Forestry, and academic institutions. It incorporates information and perspectives from numerous sources and ultimately proposes strategies and approaches for responding to climate change in northern Wisconsin Forests. Efforts are underway to expand to the rest of the Northwoods and to other regions.

Final Documents

Swanston, C.W. and M.K. Janowiak (editors). Forest Adaptation Resources: Climate Change Tools and Approaches for Land Managers. 2012.  Gen. Tech. Rep. NRS-87. Newtown Square, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station , 121 p.

Swanston, Chris; Janowiak, Maria; Iverson, Louis; Parker, Linda; Mladenoff, David; Brandt, Leslie; Butler, Patricia; St. Pierre, Matt; Prasad, Anantha; Matthews, Stephen; Peters, Matthew; Higgins, Dale; Dorland, Avery. 2011. Ecosystem vulnerability assessment and synthesis: a report from the Climate Change Response Framework Project in northern Wisconsin. Gen. Tech. Rep. NRS-82. Newtown Square, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station. 142 p.

Butler, Patricia; Janowiak, Maria; Brandt, Leslie; Swanston, Chris. 2011. Lessons learned from the Climate Change Response Framework Project in Northern Wisconsin. (pdf)

Draft Documents

Preliminary Mitigation Assessment: Version 1, Draft (1 mb pdf)
This document evaluates options to increase carbon stocks in forests and wood products, increase the use of wood for bioenergy, and engage in greenhouse gas markets and registries. Later versions of this document may integrate future forecasts of the Vulnerability Assessment to address the potential viability of mitigation options under potential changes in climates and ecosystems.

 

 

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Last Modified: 05/18/2012