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Global Climate Change: What Could Happen to Our Northern Forests?

cover image of the Summer 2007 Research ReviewEnvironmental scientists are being called on to provide information about possible outcomes of global climate change for the public and policymakers. Some initial outcomes are clear to see, such as the melting of polar icecaps and mountain glaciers. Others are visible only to the experienced eye, and the far-reaching results may not be immediately apparent. Scientists at the U.S. Forest Service's Northern Research Station (NRS) have been studying possible effects of climate change on our forests.

View the Summer 2007 Research Review (1.4 MB PDF)


For more information contact

Jane Hodgins
Public Affairs Specialist
USDA Forest Service - Northern Research StationĀ 
1992 Folwell Ave.
St. Paul, MN 55108

651-649-5281

Last Modified: 09/14/2016