The purpose of this volume is to create a resource for regional land and resource managers and researchers by synthesizing the latest research on the 1) historical/current status of landscape-scale drivers and ecosystem processes, including anthropogenic activities, 2) future projected changes of each, and 3) the impacts of changes on important resources. The individual sections can be informative alone, but when combined we can see a holistic picture of the drivers of landscape change in our region. The sections are short but contain a wealth of information and resources for more in-depth knowledge, and they highlight key findings and key information gaps so the most important information is easy to find and digest. In general, each section is co-authored by researchers and land and natural resource managers from the US and Canada. This design serves two purposes. First, it ensures that the issues, information, and needs are expressed from both Alaska and Northwest Canada. Second, it facilitates cross-border cooperation – one of the central themes of the Northwest Boreal Landscape Conservation Cooperative.
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