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Climate Change and Temperate Forests Impact, Responses and Management Strategies

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By: Gebhard Schüler(Editor), Steffen Schobel(Editor), Paul Nolan(Editor)
Publisher: CRC Press
Climate Change and Temperate Forests
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On a regional level, climate change has serious impacts on the environmental, societal and economic worlds. Hand-in-hand with this will be an inevitable shift in forest site conditions in the next decades with serious implications for sustainable forest management. Climate Change and Temperate Forests discusses regionalized climate change impacts, forest yields, forest diseases, biodiversity, water resources and how to best preserve the multitude of forest goods and services.

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Introduction: Linkages between forests, sites, climate and management

Part I: Regionalisation of Climate Change Scenarios
Part II: Species composition, productivity and matter fluxes of forests under a changing climate
Part III: Water regime of forested sites: from the stand to the landscape level
Part IV: Strategies for a sustainable management of temperate forests in response to climate change impacts

Conclusions: Management of Forests and Woodlands in Response to Regional Climate Change Impacts

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