This article summarizes the potential impacts of climate change on natural lands and resources to inform ten recommendations on promoting ecosystem resilience through adaptive management. The author argues that existing laws and policies are not sufficient to adequately address the risk of climate change, and land management statues should be altered to better reflect the current state of the environment.
Ecosystem resilience to disruptions linked to global climate change: An adaptive approach to federal land management
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This article provides potential amendments to existing public land laws and management standards to ensure that climate change is adequately considered in long-term planning and decision-making.
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