Data from: Consequences of climate change for biotic disturbances in North American forests

Aaron S. Weed, Matthew P. Ayres, Jeffrey Hicke & Jeffrey A. Hicke
About one third of North America is forested. These forests are of incalculable value to human society in terms of harvested resources and ecosystem services and are sensitive to disturbance regimes. Epidemics of forest insects and diseases are the dominant sources of disturbance to North American forests. Here we review current understanding of climatic effects on the abundance of forest insects and diseases in North America, and of the ecological and socioeconomic impacts of biotic...
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