GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION: EXAMPLES FROM RUSSIAN BOREAL FORESTS

@article{Krankina1997GLOBALCC,
  title={GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION: EXAMPLES FROM RUSSIAN BOREAL FORESTS},
  author={O. Krankina and R. K. Dixon and A. Kirilenko and K. I. Kobak},
  journal={Climatic Change},
  year={1997},
  volume={36},
  pages={197-215}
}
The Russian Federation contains approximately 20% of the world's timber resources and more than half of all boreal forests. These forests play a prominent role in environmental protection and economic development at global, national, and local levels, as well as, provide commodities for indigenous people and habitat for a variety of plant and animal species. The response and feedbacks of Russian boreal forests to projected global climate change are expected to be profound. Large shifts in the… Expand

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