This workshop furthers the dialogue among scientists, land managers, landowners, interested stakeholders a the public about how individuals are addressing climate change in natural resource management. Discussions illustrated the complexity of global climate change a the need for managers to consider how the impacts of climate change will unfold across regional a local landscapes. The workshop offered examples of how managers are already responding to those aspects of the global climate change that they can see or perceive. While no comprehensive solutions emerged, there was an appreciation that policy complexity may exceed the science complexity but that eventually the accumulation of local actions will shape the future.When did this person come to the United States to stay? 0 1987 ... Limits the kind or amount of work this person can do at a job? ... How many hours did this person work LAST WEEK (at all jobs)? ... Address (Number and street) ai ! f , I I 1 I (If the exact address is not known, give a description of the location such as the building name or the nearest street or ... Name of city, town, or post office ai i a#39; a#39; i i i i c.
|Title||:||Bringing Climate Change Into Natural Resource Management|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 2008-01-01|