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   dcterms:title "Forest Composition Shifts"^^xsd:string;
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   gcis:hasCaption "As climate changes, species can often adapt by changing their ranges. Maps show current and projected future\r\n    distribution of habitats for forest types in the Midwest under two emissions scenarios, a lower scenario that assumes\r\n    reductions in heat-trapping gas emissions (B1), and a very high scenario that assumes continued increases in emissions (A1FI).\r\n    Habitats for white/red/jack pine, maple/beech/birch, spruce/fir, and aspen/birch forests are projected to greatly decline from\r\n    the northern forests, especially under higher emissions scenarios, while various oak forest types are projected to\r\n    expand. While some forest types may not remain\r\n    dominant, they will still be present in reduced quantities. Therefore, it is more appropriate to assess changes on an\r\n    individual species basis, since all species within a forest type will not exhibit equal responses to climate change. (Figure source: Prasad et al. 2007)."^^xsd:string;
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