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Climate Change Adaptation


Elsevier -3 days ago

The calm before the storm: How climate change drives forestry evolutions

Publication date: 15 March 2020Source: Forest Ecology and Management, Volume 460Author(s): Timothée Fouqueray, Antoine Charpentier, Michel Trommetter, Nathalie Frascaria-LacosteAbstractAdapting forest management to climate change is a key issue, as forests are crucial for mitigation policies and the provision of many ecosystem services. Understanding the magnitude of the progress made in this res...

Elsevier -5 days ago

Differentiation in phenology among and within natural populations of a South American Nothofagus revealed by a two-year evaluation in a common garden trial

Publication date: 15 March 2020Source: Forest Ecology and Management, Volume 460Author(s): V.G. Duboscq-Carra, J.A. Arias-Rios, V.A. El Mujtar, P. Marchelli, M.J. PastorinoAbstractPhenological traits are crucial for understanding adaptation to climate change due to their genetic control and association with abiotic factors. However, few data on phenology patterns are available for South American N...

WRI -7 days ago

RELEASE: Global Commission on Adaptation Launches Action Track to Accelerate Local Climate Adaptation Solutions

RELEASE: Global Commission on Adaptation Launches Action Track to Accelerate Local Climate Adaptation Solutions Commission aims to mobilize $500 million in finance for locally led climate adaptation efforts in 2020; convene grassroots groups, governments, donors to drive action, including more than 15 partners DHAKA, BANGLADESH (January 21, 2020) – At the Gobeshona Conference in Bangladesh, th...

IUFRO -2 weeks ago

Socio-Ecological Conflicts in Forest Management: Risks of (Not) Adapting?

From 2020-07-01 to 2020-07-03, Nancy, France, IUFRO Unit(s) involved: 4.04.07 This international conference will focus on the potential conflicts emanating from the divergences in terms of expectations towards the forest, from various actors. In particular, society's expectations can sometimes be in conflict with forest expectations in terms of ecology or economy. Thus, public access to a for...

Springer -3 weeks ago

Morphological and physiological responses of the potato stem transport tissues to dehydration stress

Abstract Main conclusion Adaptation of the xylem under dehydration to smaller sized vessels and the increase in xylem density per stem area facilitate water transport during water-limiting conditions, and this has implications for assimilate transport during drought. Abs...

Elsevier -3 weeks ago

To which side are the scales swinging? Growth stability of Siberian larch under permanent moisture deficit with periodic droughts

Publication date: 1 March 2020Source: Forest Ecology and Management, Volume 459Author(s): Dina F. Zhirnova, Elena A. Babushkina, Liliana V. Belokopytova, Eugene A. VaganovAbstractIn moisture-limited regions in which droughts leave a significant “footprint”, monitoring of quantitative climatic parameters and of forest adaptation and acclimation to these parameters is of utmost importance due to...

USFS -4 weeks ago

Implications of climate change for managing urban green infrastructure: an Indiana, US case study

Urban areas around the world are increasingly investing in networks of urban forests, gardens, and other forms of green infrastructure for their benefits, including enhanced livability, sustainability, and climate change mitigation and adaptation. Proactive planning for climate change requires anticipating potential climate change impacts to green infrastructure and adjusting management strategies...

USFS -4 weeks ago

Non‐native mangroves support carbon storage, sediment carbon burial, and accretion of coastal ecosystems

Mangrove forests play an important role in climate change adaptation and mitigation by maintaining coastline elevations relative to sea level rise, protecting coastal infrastructure from storm damage, and storing substantial quantities of carbon (C) in live and detrital pools. Determining the efficacy of mangroves in achieving climate goals can be complicated by difficulty in quantifying C inputs ...

iForest -1 month ago

Research Articles: Relationships between leaf physiognomy and sensitivity of photosynthetic processes to freezing for subtropical evergreen woody plants

Cheng D, Zhang Z, Zhou S, Peng Y, Zhang LRELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN LEAF PHYSIOGNOMY AND SENSITIVITY OF PHOTOSYNTHETIC PROCESSES TO FREEZING FOR SUBTROPICAL EVERGREEN WOODY PLANTSAbstract: Subtropical and tropical species in high altitude suffer from low temperature more frequently than those from temperate regions. Chlorophyll fluorescence analysis can measure the primary photochemical processes of ph...

USFS -1 month ago

Forest management for carbon sequestration and climate adaptation

The importance of forests for sequestering carbon has created widespread interest among land managers for identifying actions that maintain or enhance carbon storage in forests. Managing for forest carbon under changing climatic conditions underscores a need for resources that help identify adaptation actions that align with carbon management. We developed the Forest Carbon Management Menu to help...

WRI -2 months ago

RELEASE: Rogier van den Berg Joins WRI to Lead Sustainable Urban Development Work

RELEASE: Rogier van den Berg Joins WRI to Lead Sustainable Urban Development Work WASHINGTON (December 13, 2019) — World Resources Institute is pleased to welcome Rogier van den Berg as the new Director of Urban Development for WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cities. As part of WRI’s program focused on more accessible, equitable, healthy and resilient cities, van den Berg will lead global pro...

CBD -2 months ago

Nature-based solutions to climate change: stories from Chile

The last-minute decision to shift the location of the UN climate negotiations from Santiago to Madrid saw committed multilateralism at work; despite the logistical challenges, world leaders have pressed ahead with these crucial talks in Spain. While the climate spotlight has moved continents, Xiaoting Hou-Jones shares stories from Chile on how nature can support adaptation efforts....

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