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Camill, P. & Clark, J. S. (2000). Long-term perspectives on lagged ecosystem responses to climate change: permafrost in boreal peatlands the grassland/woodland boundary. Ecosystems, 3, 534-544. , & Safranyik, L. (2003). Effects of climate change on range expansion by the Mountain pine beetle in British Columbia. Victoria, BC: Natural Resources Canada, Canadian Forest Service, Pacific Forestry Centre. Simulation Modeling to Address Climate Change Vulnerability … 31 CCFM (Canadian Council of Forest Ministers).
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E. & Reich, P. B. (2010). Will environmental changes reinforce the impact of global warming on the prairie-forest border of central North America? Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 8, 371-378. Gustafson, E. , Sturtevant, B. , Shvidenko, A. , & Scheller, R. M. (2011). Using Landscape Disturbance and Succession Models to Support Forest Management. In: C. Li, F. Lafortezza, & J. ) Landscape Ecology in Forest Management and Conservation: Challenges and Solutions for Global Change. Springer.
Climate Change and Forest Ecosystems by Silvia Lac, Mark P. Mchenry