Can forest management be used to sustain water-based ecosystem services in the face of climate change?

@article{Ford2011CanFM,
  title={Can forest management be used to sustain water-based ecosystem services in the face of climate change?},
  author={Chelcy R. Ford and Stephanie H. Laseter and Wayne T. Swank and James M. Vose},
  journal={Ecological applications : a publication of the Ecological Society of America},
  year={2011},
  volume={21 6},
  pages={2049-67}
}
Forested watersheds, an important provider of ecosystems services related to water supply, can have their structure, function, and resulting streamflow substantially altered by land use and land cover. Using a retrospective analysis and synthesis of long-term climate and streamfiow data (75 years) from six watersheds differing in management histories we explored whether streamflow responded differently to variation in annual temperature and extreme precipitation than unmanaged watersheds. We… CONTINUE READING

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