So wouldn't this multi-billion-dollar industry want to prevent being threatened? Last spring, the Hubbard Brook Research Foundation convened a roundtable discussion involving scientists like myself, recreational users, and land managers, and we learned that the scientific evidence of climate change is being experienced firsthand by users and land managers. We need to communicate more with each other. It should be a two-way street where we find ways to make science usable to the public while at the same time the users inform scientists what they're experiencing.

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