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2018 All-Scientists’ Meeting
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Monday, October 1 • 1:30pm - 5:00pm
Interactions of Forest Insects and Pathogens with other Global Change Drivers

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Forest insects and pathogens (FIPs) are a major global change driver (GCD) with significant ecological consequences. The character and magnitude of future FIP ecosystem impacts will depend on interactions with other GCDs (e.g. land use/climate change, air pollution, other FIPs). Due to their long-term measurements of forests and disturbance interactions, LTER scientists are uniquely positioned to describe the interactions of FIPs with other GCDs. Participants will contribute to a continental-scale synthesis describing the pathways, mechanisms, and consequences of these interactions. Our workshop will review the latest research, develop conceptual models of FIP/GCD interactions, and chart a course for future collaborative LTER research.

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Meghan Graham MacLean

Research Associate/Post-doc, Harvard Forest, Harvard University

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Monday October 1, 2018 1:30pm - 5:00pm
11. Sanderling Meeting Room