Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences

Private forest owners and climate change adaptation: How science and society will shape future forests

Private forest owners and climate change adaptation: How science and society will shape future forests

Private forest owners and climate change adaptation: How science and society will shape future forests
by Angela Boag, Environmental Studies Program, University of Colorado Boulder

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Angela Boag Angela Boag is a PhD student at the University of Colorado Boulder investigating the relationships between private forest management and the changing environment in eastern Oregon.  She has a background in botany and also worked for community-based non-profit organizations before returning to graduate school.  Now a member of the Community and Forests in Oregon (CAFOR) research project, Angela's research focuses two questions: 1) What types of environmental change do forest owners perceive, and how do these perceptions influence forest management decisions? and 2) What adaptive actions are needed to promote sustainable relationships between people and forests as climate and forest disturbance patterns change?

date

Wednesday, September 19, 2018
12:00pm to 1:00pm

location

CSTPR Conference Room

Event Type

CSTPR

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