Lake Tahoe EIP

Document Adaptation Strategies and Predict Effects of Climate Change on Forest Composition and Health (Vegetation and Wildlife)

Project Number
04.01.01.0028
Action Priority
Conduct Applied Scientific Research
Implementers
U.S. Forest Service - Pacific Southwest Research Station
Primary Contact
Pat Manley (pmanley@fs.fed.us)
Stage
Deferred
Duration
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Science Program Conduct Applied Scientific Research
Proposed research projects should conduct new research and/or synthesize previous research to: (1) establish the potential range of key climate conditions relevant to ecological processes and biological communities in the Tahoe basin; (2) identify which ecological processes and biological communities in the Tahoe Basin are most vulnerable to the effects of climate change; (3) evaluate the effects of Basin-specific adaptation strategies and treatments to conserve particular ecological processes and biological communities; and/or (4) guide the temporal and spatial design of forest treatments to avoid unacceptable ecological impacts while promoting long-term desired conditions (particularly in

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