Forest restoration planning, evaluation, management and implementation are major and urgent challenges for forest health and sustainable development in the United States and many other regions of the world. Forest managers, stakeholders and private landowners need to use all possible means to assist in this important undertaking. The use of ecological models to assess restoration strategies and their possible outcomes provides forest professionals, with a temporal and spatial forecasting tool to assess change in forests affected by a variety of environmental threats, including insects, pathogens, wildfire, hurricanes and invasive species.
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