Climate Change and British Woodland. Broadmeadow, M. and Ray, D.
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The global climate is changing as a result of human activity, caused primarily by the increased concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. The most recent predictions for the UK suggest an increase in temperature and changes in rainfall patterns, wind speed, cloud cover and humidity. This Information Note explains how these environmental changes may affect the growth of trees, including the distribution of individual species. Implications for woodland management and practice are outlined, and guidance is given on climate change adaptation.
@article{broadmeadowClimateChangeBritish2005,
  title = {Climate {{Change}} and {{British Woodland}}},
  author = {Broadmeadow, M. and Ray, D.},
  date = {2005-06},
  journaltitle = {Forestry Commission Information Note},
  abstract = {The global climate is changing as a result of human activity, caused primarily by the increased concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. The most recent predictions for the UK suggest an increase in temperature and changes in rainfall patterns, wind speed, cloud cover and humidity. This Information Note explains how these environmental changes may affect the growth of trees, including the distribution of individual species. Implications for woodland management and practice are outlined, and guidance is given on climate change adaptation.},
  keywords = {*imported-from-citeulike-INRMM,~INRMM-MiD:c-13803836,british-isles,change,climate,woodland}
}
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