ASCC News & Publications
At the Jones Center at Ichauway, a site dominated by longleaf pine (Pinus palustris Mill.) in southwestern Georgia, one of the main climate change effects being considered under the ASCC project is increased temperature and drought stress.
The Washington Post featured ASCC Network climate change specialists and the Cutfoot Experimental Forest ASCC site on the Chippewa National Forest in an article titled "Scientists are trying to save Minnesota's North Woods forest from climate change."
Partners from across the Great Lakes St. Lawrence Forest came together to address challenges created by climate change and to develop the first ASCC site in Canada at the Petawawa Research Forest during a three-day workshop in Pembroke, Ontario.
Small mammals and mycorrhizal fungi are integral component to forests, yet much remains unknown about how their interactions contribute to the health and resiliency of forests.
The research taking place on the Cutfoot Experimental Forest ASCC site on the Chippewa National Forest in northern Minnesota was recently highlighted in the Minnesota Daily.