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Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation in Washington State: Technical Summaries for Decision Makers

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The Washington Wildlife Habitat Connectivity Working Group (WWHCWG) is developing a plan that will identify opportunities and priorities for conserving and restoring wildlife habitat connectivity throughout Washington State.

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Using a Riparian Corridor Index to Prioritize Climate Migration Routes in the Pacific Northwest

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The Pacific Northwest (PNW) region is characterized by wet, mild winters and warm, dry summers. It lies within a climate gradient in which the southern end of the region experiences the greatest seasonal variation (i.e. coldest/wettest winters and hottest/driest summers). It is divided by the Cascade Mountain Range that runs north-south from Washington to Oregon.

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