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Observed Spring Precipitaton 14.2d-1 noaa-led-state-summaries-2017 chapter 14 : Indiana
Observed Summer Precipitaton 14.2d-2 noaa-led-state-summaries-2017 chapter 14 : Indiana
Growing Season Lengthens 14.3 nca3 chapter 14 : Rural Communities
Hospitals at Risk from Storm Surge by Tropical Cyclones 14.3 nca4 chapter 14 : Human Health
Observed Number of Very Cold Nights 14.3 noaa-led-state-summaries-2017 chapter 14 : Indiana
Global Emission Pathways for Greenhouse Gases 14.3 climate-science-special-report chapter 14 : Perspectives on Climate Change Mitigation
Climate Change Impacts on Summertime Tourism 14.4 nca3 chapter 14 : Rural Communities
Observed Annual Precipitation 14.4 noaa-led-state-summaries-2017 chapter 14 : Indiana
Projected Change in Annual Extreme Temperature Mortality 14.4 nca4 chapter 14 : Human Health
Observed Number of Extreme Precipitation Events 14.5 noaa-led-state-summaries-2017 chapter 14 : Indiana
Many Rural Areas are Losing Population 14.5 nca3 chapter 14 : Rural Communities
Annual Lake-Wide Average Water Levels for Lake Michigan-Huron 14.6 noaa-led-state-summaries-2017 chapter 14 : Indiana
Projected Change in Spring Precipitation 14.7 noaa-led-state-summaries-2017 chapter 14 : Indiana
Indigenous Peoples Climate Initiatives and Plans 15.1 nca4 chapter 15 : Tribes and Indigenous Peoples
Conceptual Model of Coastal Tidal Wetlands and Estuaries and Their Linkages with Adjacent Terrestrial and Oceanic Systems 15.1 second-state-carbon-cycle-report-soccr2-sustained-assessment-report chapter 15 : Tidal Wetlands and Estuaries
Cumulative Costs of Sea Level Rise and Storm Surge to Coastal Property 15.1 epa-multi-model-framework-for-quantitative-sectoral-impacts-analysis-2017 chapter 15 : Coastal Property
Observed and Projected Temperature Change 15.1 noaa-led-state-summaries-2017 chapter 15 : Iowa
Major North American Carbon Dioxide Sources and Sinks 15.1 nca3 chapter 15 : Biogeochemical Cycles
Compound Extremes and Tipping Elements 15.1 climate-science-special-report chapter 15 : Potential Surprises: Compound Extremes and Tipping Elements
Projected Costs to Coastal Property of Sea Level Rise and Storm Surge 15.2 epa-multi-model-framework-for-quantitative-sectoral-impacts-analysis-2017 chapter 15 : Coastal Property
Human Activities that Form Reactive Nitrogen and Resulting Consequences in Environmental Reservoirs 15.2 nca3 chapter 15 : Biogeochemical Cycles
Infrastructure and Economic Vulnerabilities 15.2 nca4 chapter 15 : Tribes and Indigenous Peoples
Map of the Main Coastal Regions and Associated Drainage Basins of North America 15.2 second-state-carbon-cycle-report-soccr2-sustained-assessment-report chapter 15 : Tidal Wetlands and Estuaries
Observed Summer Temperature 15.2a noaa-led-state-summaries-2017 chapter 15 : Iowa
Observed Number of Very Hot Days 15.2b noaa-led-state-summaries-2017 chapter 15 : Iowa
Observed Number of Very Warm Nights 15.2c noaa-led-state-summaries-2017 chapter 15 : Iowa
Observed Number of Very Cold Nights 15.2d noaa-led-state-summaries-2017 chapter 15 : Iowa
Tampa Bay Areas at Risk from Sea Level Rise and Storm Surge 15.3 epa-multi-model-framework-for-quantitative-sectoral-impacts-analysis-2017 chapter 15 : Coastal Property
Isle de Jean Charles, LA, and Kivalina, AK 15.3 nca4 chapter 15 : Tribes and Indigenous Peoples
Nitrogen Emissions 15.3 nca3 chapter 15 : Biogeochemical Cycles
Tidal Marsh Methane (CH4) Emissions Versus Salinity 15.3 second-state-carbon-cycle-report-soccr2-sustained-assessment-report chapter 15 : Tidal Wetlands and Estuaries
Observed Spring Precipitation 15.3a noaa-led-state-summaries-2017 chapter 15 : Iowa
Observed Summer Precipitaton 15.3b noaa-led-state-summaries-2017 chapter 15 : Iowa
Community Planning 15.4 nca4 chapter 15 : Tribes and Indigenous Peoples
Observed Annual Precipitation 15.4 noaa-led-state-summaries-2017 chapter 15 : Iowa
Many Factors Combine to Affect Biogeochemical Cycles 15.4 nca3 chapter 15 : Biogeochemical Cycles
Summary Carbon Budgets for Tidal Wetlands and Estuaries 15.4 second-state-carbon-cycle-report-soccr2-sustained-assessment-report chapter 15 : Tidal Wetlands and Estuaries
Observed Number of Extreme Precipitation Events 15.5 noaa-led-state-summaries-2017 chapter 15 : Iowa
Example Observational Net Ecosystem Exchange (NEE) Data from (a) an Estuarine Ecosystem and (b) a Tidal Wetland Ecosystem 15.5 second-state-carbon-cycle-report-soccr2-sustained-assessment-report chapter 15 : Tidal Wetlands and Estuaries
U.S. Carbon Sinks Absorb a Fraction of CO 2 Emissions 15.5 nca3 chapter 15 : Biogeochemical Cycles
Projected Change in Spring Precipitation 15.6 noaa-led-state-summaries-2017 chapter 15 : Iowa
U.S. Carbon Sources and Sinks from 1991 to 2000 and 2001 to 2010 15.6 nca3 chapter 15 : Biogeochemical Cycles
North American Shelf Seas 16.1 second-state-carbon-cycle-report-soccr2-sustained-assessment-report chapter 16 : Coastal Ocean and Continental Shelves
Change in Cooling Degree-Days 16.1 epa-multi-model-framework-for-quantitative-sectoral-impacts-analysis-2017 chapter 16 : Electricity Demand and Supply
Impact of 2011 Thailand Flooding on U.S. Business Interests 16.1 nca4 chapter 16 : Climate Effects on U.S. International Interests
Observed and Projected Temperature Change 16.1 noaa-led-state-summaries-2017 chapter 16 : Kansas
Sea Level is Rising 16.1 nca3 chapter 16 : Northeast
Famine Early Warning Systems Network 16.2 nca4 chapter 16 : Climate Effects on U.S. International Interests
Major Coastal Carbon Pools and Fluxes 16.2 second-state-carbon-cycle-report-soccr2-sustained-assessment-report chapter 16 : Coastal Ocean and Continental Shelves
Change in Heating Degree-Days 16.2 epa-multi-model-framework-for-quantitative-sectoral-impacts-analysis-2017 chapter 16 : Electricity Demand and Supply