On July 16th, 2019, the CIF, and FPInnovations in association with Natural Resources Canada, Colorado State University and the US Forest Service hosted a successful workshop on "Adaptive Silviculture for Climate Change in the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Forest" in Pembroke, Ontario.
The workshop examined recent findings in climate science and an overview of climate change adaptation and mitigation strategies from a silvicultural perspective. This meeting was a precursor for a planned long term research study at the Petawawa Research Forest.
A special thanks to the CIF Algonquin Section and Friends of the Petawawa Research Forest for their financial support to make this event possible.
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WORKSHOP SUMMARY REPORT
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WORKSHOP MATERIALS & PRESENTATIONS
|John Pedlar||Canadian Forest Service, Natural Resources Canada||Climate Science Overview|
|Linda Nagel||Colorado State University||Climate Change Considerations for Silvicultural Decision-Making|
|Trevor Jones||Canadian Forest Service, Natural Resources Canada||Ecology & Silviculture of the Great-Lakes St. Lawrence Forest|
|Samuel Royer-Tardif||Canadian Forest Service, Natural Resources Canada||Climate change impacts and vulnerabilities for the Great-Lakes St. Lawrence Forest|
|Jason Edwards||Canadian Forest Service, Natural Resources Canada||Climate change in the Canadian Forest Service|
|Michael Hopeting&Jeff Fera||Canadian Forest Service, Natural Resources Canada||Overview of the Vulnerability Assessment for Climate Change (VACC) at the Petawawa Research Forest|