NC CASC Partners Co-Author Paper: "Challenges to Forest Restoration in an Era of Unprecedented Climate and Wildfire Activity in Rocky Mountain Subalpine Forests"
NC CASC consortium partners, Phil Higuera, University of Montana, and Shelley Crausbay, Conservation Science Partners (CSP), are co-authors on a new paper, "Challenges to forest restoration in an era of unprecedented climate and wildfire activity in Rocky Mountain subalpine forests".
Unprecedented conditions in Rocky Mountain subalpine forests challenge contemporary approaches to forest restoration, requiring deep thinking across the science–management spectrum. Paleoecology can contribute to this endeavor by contextualizing ongoing change and revealing how ecosystem transformations unfolded in the past. Read more here.