Event Title

The Ongoing Promise & Emerging Perils of Western Forest Restoration in a Global Change World.

Presenter Information

Craig Allen

Location

USU Eccles Conference Center

Event Website

https://www.restoringthewest.org/

Comments

Craig D. Allen has worked as a place-based field ecologist for the U.S. Dept. of Interior since 1986, co-located with land managers at Bandelier National Monument in the Jemez Mountains of northern New Mexico – a landscape that has been subject to multiple ecological disturbances (significant drought, forest dieback, fires, floods) since 1996. Craig conducts research on the ecology and environmental history of Southwestern US landscapes, and the responses of Western mountain ecosystems and forests globally to climate; he also provides technical support in the areas of ecosystem management and restoration to diverse land management agencies in the region. Recent and ongoing research activities, involving diverse collaborations, include: determination of global patterns, trends, and drivers of climate-induced tree mortality and forest die-off; forest and fire ecology in Southwest US landscapes; ecological restoration of Southwestern forests and woodlands; and developing long-term ecological monitoring networks in New Mexico. https://www.usgs.gov/staff-profiles/craig-d-allen

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The Ongoing Promise & Emerging Perils of Western Forest Restoration in a Global Change World.

USU Eccles Conference Center

https://digitalcommons.usu.edu/rtw/2017/Oct18/8