NIACS and the Forest Stewards Guild's webinar series focuses on forests and climate change adaptation. The series brings together scientists and managers to learn about and discuss emerging topics related to the effects of climate change on forest management, with a focus on forests in New England and New York. Each session explores the latest scientific information from someone actively researching the issue, followed by an example of a real-world management project.

Find the entire webinar series here

Warming Winters

Featuring Pam Templer, Boston University, and David McMath, Vermont Land Trust, on March 19, 2020.

Continuing education credits from the Society of American Foresters are offered for webinar attendees. Contact Amanda Mahaffey for more information.

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Research Papers

Contosta A, N Casson, S Garlick, S Nelson, M Ayres, E Burakowski, J Campbell, I Creed, C Eimers, C Evans, I Fernandez, C Fuss, T Huntington, K Patel, R Sanders-DeMott, K Son, P Templer, C Thornbrugh. 2019. Northern forest winters have lost cold, snowy conditions that are important for ecosystems and human communities. Ecological Applications:29.

Reinmann AB, J Susser, EMC Demaria, PH Templer. 2019. Declines in northern forest tree growth following snowpack decline and soil freezing. Global Change Biology 25:420-430.

Casson, N.J. ; Contosta, A.R. ; Burakowski, E.A. ; Campbell, J.L. ; Crandall, M.S. ; Creed, I.F. ; Eimers, M.C. ; Garlick, S. ; Lutz, D.A. ; Morison, M.Q. ; Morzillo, A.T. ; Nelson, S.J. 2019. Winter Weather Whiplash: Impacts of Meteorological Events Misaligned With Natural and Human Systems in Seasonally Snow‐Covered Regions. Earth's Future

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