Vulnerability Assessment for Native Hawaiian Plants

Summary

How will climate change affect native Hawaiian plants? An interdisciplinary team completed a comprehensive climate change vulnerability assessment for all native Hawaiian plants (1000+ species) to address a critical knowledge gap for resource managers by identifying the change in species’ range under current and projected future climate conditions. The team of researchers developed habitat quality scenarios that incorporate key management components and demonstrate the need for continuous and improved management.

 Final Report

 Overview of VA

 Factsheet

 Data Served on Science Base

Suggested Citation

Foritini, L., Price, J., Jacobi, J. Vorsino, A., Burgett, J., Brink, K., Amidon, F., Miller, S., Gon III, S.O., Koob, G., Paxton, E. (2013). A Landscape-based assessment of climate change vulnerability for all native hawaiian plant. Technical Report HCSU-044 (pp. 144). Hilo: Hawai‘i Cooperative Studies Unit.