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rousseaul
21:52
Effectiveness of invasive species control.
Laura French
22:34
effectiveness of invasive species control (new)
Glen Prevost
22:38
DWD Volume. New. Realistic.
rousseaul
22:41
Advance regeneration stocking. Exisiting
kpatnode
22:48
survival by species of planted seedlings and saplings to track resident vs transition species (new)
Dhutcheson
22:49
Collection of baseline invasive population data
james kelly
22:56
Survival of planted Black Walnut seeds
Glen Prevost
22:59
Survival rate of underplanted climate adapted species. New. Realistic.
Laura French
23:00
composition, vigor and browse level of regeneration (new- but included in current inventory)
jillian.kilborn@wildlife.nh.gov
23:12
Inventory to assess structure and composition goals.
jillian.kilborn@wildlife.nh.gov
23:20
(Existing)
james kelly
23:21
Presence of invasive plants
Glen Prevost
23:24
BA by species by size class. Existing. Realistic.
Dhutcheson
23:25
Baseline bird population survey
Bob Tarasuk
23:34
Success of reproduction and first identification of Wolly Adelgid
Laura French
23:36
efficacy of AMP's/BMP's (+/- new, but not done on regular basis)
Kris
23:40
Road and Trail structure inventory - existing but modified
Dhutcheson
23:50
Baseline small mammal population survey
kpatnode
23:53
determining percent cover from aerial photography (existing)
CJ Lammers
23:53
on-site resources have been assessed and mapped
james kelly
24:15
1,000 seedlings per acre regeneration after cut
tlautzenheiser
24:23
Inventory for invasive plants; target of <=5% cover (existing)
rousseaul
24:26
Pollinator meadow establishment. New
kpatnode
24:29
use inventory data to compute climate metric (new)
Glen Prevost
24:32
Understory species composition and cover. New. Robust monitoring unrealistic. Anecdotal observations realistic.
Dhutcheson
24:34
Collection of invasive population data both on forest edge and interior plots
Kris
25:04
Post Harvest Stand exam concentraing on regeneration - Existing (not normally done due to time)
tlautzenheiser
25:16
Survey for occurrence and richness of young forest birds in created habitat (point counts) (new/existing)
Glen Prevost
25:20
Woody regeneration by size, density, and species. New. Unrealistic.
Dhutcheson
25:21
Monitoring of abutter encroachment, dumping of invasive plant material
james kelly
25:22
Success of Yellow Popular seeding test plots
tlautzenheiser
25:59
Ensure BMPs are implemented during active management operations (new)
Tim Hawley
26:39
Monitor mortality after severe insect/desease or wind events (new)
Dhutcheson
26:39
Monitoring of invasive populations on abutting properties. Outreach to abutters regarding the problems invasives pose.
Tim Hawley
27:10
5-year survival of planted seedlings (new)
Tim Hawley
29:14
DIversity of likely-adapted species (new)
james kelly
29:17
no erosion on skid road
Dhutcheson
29:43
Micro-burst blew down roughly 10 acres of primarily pine in 2011. Re-survey this area.
Bob Tarasuk
34:03
Rare plant species identification and determine climate impacts if located. New
Tim Hawley
01:02:31
I'd like to talk about climate change impacts in long-range planning meetings of the water utility where I work. (So others don't take the forest & its benefits for granted.)
Jeff Ritterson
01:02:48
Where: public outreach events
Glen Prevost
01:05:59
Adaptation measures often recommend introducing a species to a site that may be native locally or regionally but not found on the site. It may also be locally rare, an uncommon planting species, or look “out of place” at the site. Using this type of situations as an example, how do we address scepticism and conservative/risk adverse attitudes towards new ideas like these that would begin to change ecosystems composition and character?
Laura French
01:09:51
We'd like to incorporate a climate change section into our forest management plans. Would also like to address towns/conservation commissions/land trusts etc. and provide adaptative management ideas to them.
Laura French
01:12:57
Difficult to discuss long term effects of climate change when it is based on multiple models and feels somewhat like a moving target.
CJ Lammers
01:17:20
Not the technical aspects of the different models, but how to explain the vastly different results to skeptics
james kelly
01:44:28
In Massachusett selected Science was used to create policy
Maria Janowiak
01:45:07
Jim-- you're up next
tlautzenheiser
02:01:32
Cheers all
CJ Lammers
02:01:57
good session - looking forward to hearing about everyone’s projects
Laura French
02:02:03
Thank you.
Dhutcheson
02:02:09
Thanks!
james kelly
02:02:18
see you next week
Kris
02:02:20
Time to get some sunshine... have a good week.
Maria Janowiak
02:04:18
https://forestadaptation.org/node/723
Maria Janowiak
02:04:43
https://forestadaptation.org/MABI
Maria Janowiak
02:05:17
https://forestadaptation.org/ColdHollow
Glen Prevost
02:11:30
Thanks Again! Bye!
Maria Janowiak
02:11:46
https://www.climatehubs.oce.usda.gov/sites/default/files/adaptation_resources_workbook_ne_mw.pdf
Maria Janowiak
02:12:18
https://www.climatehubs.oce.usda.gov/hubs/midwest