Southern Research Station Global Change Research Strategy 2011-2019
Author(s): Klepzig, Kier; Hoyle, Zoe; Westcott, Stevin; Treasure, Emrys
- Date: 2012
- Source: Science Update SRS-SU-46. Asheville, NC: USDA-Forest Service, Southern Research Station. 24 p.
- Station ID: SU-SRS-46
In keeping with the goals of the Research and Development agenda of the Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), the Southern Research Station (SRS) provides the information and technology needed to develop best management practices for the forest lands of the Southern United States, where science-guided actions are needed to sustain ecosystem health, adjust management for ecosystem services (“adaptation”), and increase carbon sequestration (“mitigation”), all under changing climate conditions. The primary focus of the SRS Global Change Research Strategy is to increase understanding of southern forest ecosystems so that they can be managed in a way that sustains and provides ecosystem services for future generations.
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