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Forest Disturbances in the Anthropocene
posted Thursday May 28, 2020
10:22 am
by SWG Webmaster
On March 19th, 2020 SWG fellow, Jackie Guz led a fantastic and informative webinar about how climate change directly impacts forests. Her webinar was recorded and everyone is welcome to check out her webinar on YouTube. 
 
Jackie Guz is a doctoral candidate at Clark University Graduate School of Geography.
 
Jackie's research is focused on the effects of climate change, forest disturbances, and land management in mountain forest ecosystems. Important themes in her research include the direct and indirect consequences of climate change and land-use in mountain forest ecosystems, effects of climate change on forest dieback, and post-disturbance regeneration. Jackie's dissertation research focuses on degree to which climate change is affecting post-disturbance regeneration for lodgepole pine (Pinus contorta) forests in the Southern Rocky Mountains. 
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