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Assessing the Vulnerability of Vegetation to Future Climate in the North Central U.S. : 20 Associated Items

A “toad’s eye” view of drought: regional socio-natural vulnerability and responses in 2002 in Northwest Colorado  product of  Assessing the Vulnerability of Vegetation to Future Climate in the North Central U.S.
Vulnerability Assessment of Ecological Systems and Species to Climate and Land Use Change within the North Central Climate Change Center and Partner Land Conservation Cooperatives Final Report  product of  Assessing the Vulnerability of Vegetation to Future Climate in the North Central U.S.
Final Report for Vulnerability Assessment of Ecological Systems and Species to Climate and Land Use Change within the North Central Climate Change Center and Partner Land Conservation Cooperatives  product of  Assessing the Vulnerability of Vegetation to Future Climate in the North Central U.S.
Data used to estimate and project the effects of climate and land use change on wetland densities in the Prairie Pothole Region  product of  Assessing the Vulnerability of Vegetation to Future Climate in the North Central U.S.
Complex Response of White Pines to Past Environmental Variability Increases Understanding of Future Vulnerability  product of  Assessing the Vulnerability of Vegetation to Future Climate in the North Central U.S.
Projected wetland densities under climate change: Habitat loss but little geographic shift in conservation strategy  product of  Assessing the Vulnerability of Vegetation to Future Climate in the North Central U.S.
Natural Regeneration Processes in Big Sagebrush (Artemisia tridentata)  product of  Assessing the Vulnerability of Vegetation to Future Climate in the North Central U.S.
Colorado Climate Change Vulnerability Study  product of  Assessing the Vulnerability of Vegetation to Future Climate in the North Central U.S.
An analysis of montane meadow drying in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem using remotely sensed NDVI from the MODIS period of record (hq_nvdi)  product of  Assessing the Vulnerability of Vegetation to Future Climate in the North Central U.S.
An analysis of montane meadow drying in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem using remotely sensed NDVI from the MODIS period of record (lsp metrics)  product of  Assessing the Vulnerability of Vegetation to Future Climate in the North Central U.S.
Climate and soil texture influence patterns of forb species richness and composition in big sagebrush plant communities across their spatial extent in the western US  product of  Assessing the Vulnerability of Vegetation to Future Climate in the North Central U.S.
Seed bank and big sagebrush plant community composition in a range margin for big sagebrush  product of  Assessing the Vulnerability of Vegetation to Future Climate in the North Central U.S.
Simulated big sagebrush regeneration supports predicted changes at the trailing and leading edges of distribution shifts  product of  Assessing the Vulnerability of Vegetation to Future Climate in the North Central U.S.
Sagebrush, greater sage-grouse, and the occurrence and importance of forbs  product of  Assessing the Vulnerability of Vegetation to Future Climate in the North Central U.S.
The ecology and management of moist mixed-conifer forests in eastern Oregon and Washington: a synthesis of the relevant biophysical science and implications for future land management  product of  Assessing the Vulnerability of Vegetation to Future Climate in the North Central U.S.
Remote sensing for inventory and monitoring of the U.S. National Parks.  product of  Assessing the Vulnerability of Vegetation to Future Climate in the North Central U.S.
Exposure of US National Parks to Land Use and Climate Change 1900-2100  product of  Assessing the Vulnerability of Vegetation to Future Climate in the North Central U.S.
Extent of fragmentation of coarse-scale habitats in and around U.S. National Parks  product of  Assessing the Vulnerability of Vegetation to Future Climate in the North Central U.S.
Woodland Dynamics at the Northern Range Periphery: A Challenge for Protected Area Management in a Changing World  product of  Assessing the Vulnerability of Vegetation to Future Climate in the North Central U.S.
Understanding relationships among abundance, extirpation, and climate at ecoregional scales  product of  Assessing the Vulnerability of Vegetation to Future Climate in the North Central U.S.

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