Climate Change Atlas for New England

The Climate Change Atlas is a useful tool that assesses the potential changes in habitat for common tree and bird species in the eastern United States. New data have been prepared for 107 tree species in the New England and northern New York as part of a synthesis of regional climate change impacts on forest ecosystems that is underway. A webinar in May 2015 featured Louis Iverson (US Forest Service) and Steve Matthews (Ohio State), who described how the Climate Change Atlas projects changes in tree and bird habitats under climate change, as well as the new data that are available. 

NEW! Climate Change Tree Atlas results for the New England region are now available via the Atlas website.