Canadian Forest Service Publications

Climate-induced range shifts in boreal forest pests: ecological, economic, and social consequences. 2018. De Grandpré, L.; Pureswaran, D.; Bouchard, M.; Kneeshaw, D. Can. J. For. Res. 48: v-vi.

Year: 2018

Available from: Laurentian Forestry Centre

Catalog ID: 39083

Language: English

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Available from the Journal's Web site.
DOI: 10.1139/cjfr-2018-0058

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Plain Language Summary

In this introduction to the special issue of Canadian Journal of Forest Research, the authors present seven scientific articles. This issue was produced following the 2016 IUFRO conference “Climate-induced range shifts in boreal forest pests: ecological, economic, and social consequences.” The articles cover the five main topics of the conference: plant-insect phenology; the expansion of species distribution areas; ecosystems’ response to changing disturbance regimes; disturbance interactions; and forest management and change adaption.

Funding programs

  • Clean Air Agenda - Adaptation (Forest Change)
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