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2f94ff2e-5d71-49d7-895d-f4a88c6f4e88 9.5: Mapping Communities Vulnerable to Heat in Georgia
2f95b22e-7a61-47fa-93f0-4adee2604697 34.10: Early Scientists who Established the Scientific Basis for Climate Change
2f9bd834-e2db-401d-b2d3-ae7a0e40cc03 27.11: Salt Cultivation on Kauaʻi
2fffbd3f-38b2-4b72-b69e-61c3744d306d 3.10: U.S. Water Withdrawal Distribution
3000b41b-855b-4efe-ba03-26bdabd0eea8
30223fc6-f906-47aa-ab41-37f0960a176d 3.4: Streamflow Projections for River Basins in the Western U.S.
303302f1-f068-4874-af59-388e8f6610e4 7.3: 2-Day Precipitation Events Exceeding 5-Year Recurrence Interval
3044a31a-2d1b-4939-bd84-91c33fc74731 33.27: Trends in Maximum and Minimum Temperatures
30584416-d560-4a12-97da-bf51f1b9e153 1.9: US Military Bases Vulnerable to More than One Potential Impact
30595a8b-9fdc-4a55-9947-8a8bb4438e0b 4.4: Projected Changes in Seasonal Precipitation
307b6b23-776a-426b-83f4-c26b75d23367 3.3: Estimates of Forcings Contributions to Temperature Change
3098e848-5a87-4880-955c-658fbc18801e 7.4: Forests can be a Source – or a Sink – for Carbon
309ee218-0cf4-4ba7-b896-16bb8fa7058a 6.2: Agricultural Distribution
30adcec4-1864-46ba-a710-bbad0e315ba5 22.1: Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation Across the Northern Great Plains
30d410e0-112c-4c23-97bd-eb56604f4fe1 2.6: Changes in Atmospheric Aerosol Loads
30d5838b-eccd-4e9d-94ea-9d892c7db8b1 2.8: Simulating the Madden-Julian Oscillation
30db9d45-3399-4c6a-a33e-7d37883c1849 A1.6: Regional Engagement Workshops
30fda00c-5621-4e81-8f9d-c27bec7c16cf 3.13: Incremental Energy System Costs in 2050
313bb49b-b167-43bc-a304-e1b16816b772 A5.32: Lyme Disease Cases Increase Under Warmer Conditions
31459bea-79b5-4ace-a503-efe7aea1351f 20.17: Maximum Extent of Drought
314b4c22-0b13-49fa-96c6-72a023d7e497 24.9: PHOTO: Salmon
315beb29-7cce-4b0c-89c6-620418ce9773 33.22: Projected Summertime Precipitation Changes
3199bac5-16b4-47cd-bcd3-75a647c08f61 5.3: U.S. Per Capita Beef Consumption
31a4d146-0eb7-46a2-937e-c2429600cd40 18.4: Observed Annual Precipitation
31a6a588-b5cc-4690-92bc-36db0d9da114 6.6: Assessment of Annual Surface Temperature Trends
31d7c787-5229-4cfb-9a73-060204ce520e 2.24: Variation of Storm Frequency and Intensity during the Cold Season (November – March)
321fe08f-0021-4ff9-8fd1-22fd578f6d62 2.16: Third National Climate Assessment: Map of Regions
3257594d-5bbc-44d2-95e0-515bcdd19089 4.5: California Power Plants Potentially at Risk from Sea Level Rise
32657c7c-1bef-44ee-a16c-9147d3a7f463 3.6: NMME Forecasts March 2012
32a7562f-b9d9-4fa5-b38c-abb6cf8326fd 9.5: Mapping Communities Vulnerable to Heat in Georgia
32aaf565-db1e-441f-81f0-473b046775b0 26.2: Box 26.1 - Polar Bears & Walruses
32ce3ede-c302-427e-a0f5-da3eb89db6e1 44.7: Projected Change in Winter Precipitation
33182e74-5007-4842-9dd2-cc473775e23f 1.11: Soybeans
335a100d-0409-415e-ac12-2b5f102dee1d 6.9: Projected Changes in Maximum and Minimum Temperatures
33648a26-d8b6-4a08-92f7-11e48e460af8 24.2d: Observed Summer Precipitation
339d3b0d-0721-41b7-997a-1ff91928efc0 6.2: Tree Mortality at Bass Lake Recreation Area
33c62427-bd86-441a-a207-842046c0aa58 17.5: Ocean Impacts Projected by High and Low Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Emissions Scenarios
33c7d23e-7a4d-4d33-a993-7b2a5936d5d6 7.3: Traditional Composting and Soil Carbon Enrichment
33df5e0d-8b3f-4970-9713-bae06b96ae99 21.5: Adapting the Nisqually River Delta to Sea Level Rise
33e8ec35-9b2f-4bbb-91f4-2905985b541f 24.1: PHOTO: Detroit Lake
3407b0ac-3270-4077-817b-97807d0e8c17 4.3: Electricity Generation from Selected Fuels
341191c1-b419-4651-ba8e-a127df9b2057 33.18: Only Human Influence Can Explain Recent Warming
3417a993-c8d2-41b2-868e-42d163180387 26.1: Observed and Projected Changes in Annual Average Temperature
34239924-2a3b-4ba4-832a-95de5edcdeaf 23.5: Native Plants at Risk
348d0292-0e8a-4a81-91f4-e64989a90b9b 3.12: Water Challenges in a Southeast River Basin
34bf4942-2f35-4201-8206-b79a9e48a4e7 13.2: Carbon Pools and Fluxes in Forested and Nonforested Mineral Soil Wetlands and Peatlands in North America
34c78137-1e8b-496b-99cb-448286716a21 29.1: Mitigation-Related Activities at the State and Local Levels
34d8ed5d-e9a1-4a0b-9de2-a59f9114b872 23.3: Hurricane Harvey Satellite Image
34de5b04-e4af-4ff8-ac4a-58d09174acba B.1: North America Skill
34e17cda-b8da-4522-bced-1ea26da68ef0 8.1: Projected Change in Soil Moisture, End of Century, Higher Emissions
3528a311-bbd5-46e1-b082-0f21c1800eb1 24.6: PHOTO: Salmon Ceremony
353bdaa4-7e69-447e-a9be-887e6acd67b7 13.2: Projected Changes in Summer Season Ozone
355201c2-a21d-4bd4-83e5-02eee5f416e9 7.1: Climate Change, Ecosystems, and Ecosystem Services
35596456-30e6-4474-9b23-2ca54983e6c9 5.6: Climate Impacts on West Nile Virus Transmission
355990d4-be89-413d-b31f-77b05c003e70 3.4: North American Primary Energy Consumption and Carbon Emissions, 2000 to 2015
3566d50e-bc2e-42f6-a565-9c8e4027ba2e 13.4: Building Loss by Fires at California Wildland-Urban Interfaces
3571f83f-e9b8-4b6d-a470-63bad72c38a4 ES.4: ES.4. Global Monthly Mean Atmospheric Methane and Carbon Dioxide Concentrations
35851351-20c5-424d-a0e3-942bcae8317e 12.1: Indigenous Populations Extend beyond Reservation Lands
35febf7f-3691-4e65-bc0c-dab1a230a01d 6.7: Water and Soil
362ded28-cafa-4a4f-a49a-aa26247ca5a8 19.6: Increases in Irrigated Farmland in the Great Plains
369af075-69cd-4bf4-8da7-ac9a8bcba2dc 19.5: Projected Change in Number of Consecutive Dry Days
369b0493-6ce3-4b29-a9ad-db21a05f4b57 3.5: North American Natural Gas Share of Primary Energy and Electricity Generation, 2000 to 2015
36b34454-3ab0-435a-927e-3fff2d3af9a8 25.10: Projected Increases in Extreme Heat
36bc8e10-a059-4f52-951c-a2b733d6394d 6.6: Projected Changes in Caribbean Gambierdiscus Species
36c13a53-2f3b-4924-ac7c-8e6cb02e4d34 19.1: Temperature and Precipitation Distribution in the Great Plains
36c4fbe8-9e59-45d4-9438-46f46ed28d88 10.1: Climate Interactions with Land Use
36e53164-6349-4f62-99d6-85cb0b1025e4 1.5: Wildland-Urban Fire
3709ba79-db5a-411f-b2cd-fe10b8c245b7 14.3: Hospitals at Risk from Storm Surge by Tropical Cyclones
370a9dad-ba21-4728-b024-5a21053a1729 2.6: Observed and Projected Change in Heavy Precipitation
370bcabd-df4b-4482-bf95-159d3f67f5f8 18.3: Lengthening of the Freeze-Free Period
371ad6ce-8111-48c2-b2bd-cf6b8fbfcf55 6.9: Projected Changes in Maximum and Minimum Temperatures
3729a217-6ede-4d5b-9d11-939e155468c1 11.1: Difference in Mean Annual Arctic Surface Air Temperatures (in ºC) Between the Period 2001 to 2015 and the Baseline Period 1971 to 2000
3732913d-5cf4-4980-8b3d-60cff3152f5b 13.3: Projected Land Covers (2010-2050)
379f0add-af8f-4cd7-8c18-78077caddb87 -.4: Significantly More Warming Occurs Under Higher Greenhouse Gas Concentration Scenarios
37d6f3cc-a601-4d82-820e-f14fea4b2fbf 22.7: Northern Great Plains Tribal Lands
37e35f4e-8e3e-417a-a000-5001864e5270 17.11: Trends in Water Availability
38669ba6-4c3f-47d4-bb8c-0f7198c88271 18.6: Changes in Distribution and Abundance of Marine Species
386f682e-a356-47b0-af26-1c7a935c0711 14.1: Cumulative Total Anthropogenic C02 Emissions from 1870
3883be40-33f8-4a37-a2fb-2720b3ef690c 35.2c: Observed Annual Precipitation
3885d716-a60c-4516-b1c4-7aa2046ed564 11.3: New York City and Sea Level Rise
38970d17-12f0-450d-9c25-2515f8969dd3 19.8: Population Change in the Great Plains
3935c519-9e72-41d5-8d23-53a6e20df93f 5.4: Winter Surface Air Temperature and Precipitation
39508231-aab4-4184-81a8-c4d6936b2f90 6.8: Projected Change in Coldest and Warmest Daily Temperatures
396a95b6-276b-4547-ad3d-16343d6ec7bd 33.18: Only Human Influence Can Explain Recent Warming
397c2fc2-6c07-46fc-b11f-aacbebbeb3c6 8.3: Trends in the Annual Number of Large Fires in the Western United States
39c4a2b0-011a-4fb9-8fbe-f5750c3f3e17 28.3: Adaptation Process
39d72ce9-ec0b-4f11-945a-a341d0abed12 1.16: Projected Change in Very Hot Days by 2100 in Phoenix, Arizona
3a63bd34-17d6-450f-be04-5052c90124b8 27.7: Hawaiian Forest Bird Species
3a650201-2bce-4dc5-8b53-3ec35363a140 31.1: Observed and Projected Temperature Change
3a7f70a2-472e-442d-898a-f9619e004a00 27.5: Hawai'i Annual Average Temperature Changes
3acaf3a6-3aca-4a10-ba83-fc5c5719a605 44.4c: Observed Number of Extreme Precipitation Events
3add4a02-dc93-4eee-b261-fe51eadf927c 8.5: Societal Options for Resource Allocation in a Changing Climate
3ae30b65-0408-49fe-a699-ff4c5b99cc0c 23.5: Stock Pond Affected by Drought
3ae87b76-04af-4553-9e9c-9fe3e4bf7668 2.12: Observed U.S. Precipitation Change
3ae90377-0a6c-481b-b5ad-ff29b581acd4 -.9: "Nuisance Flooding" Increases Across the United States
3b6f1cf7-af24-470d-981c-db7a7b5ee6e9 2.6: Time Evolution of Forcings
3b776a3f-fa36-4c68-8e79-da40f40cbdef 4.4: Model Spatial Comparison
3c17ade4-9451-4445-b6fc-8726cc095ec0 9.4: Atmospheric Rivers
3c458a3b-af92-4fb1-ba14-efbef5f39290 9.5: Mapping Communities Vulnerable to Heat in Georgia
3c59c48a-16c7-48e2-94dc-8f041f544fe4 33.21: Projected Wintertime Precipitation Changes