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Global Temperatures Continue to Rise -.1 climate-science-special-report Executive Summary
NCA Regions -.1 climate-science-special-report Front Matter
Multiyear Sea Ice Has Declined Dramatically -.10 climate-science-special-report Executive Summary
Confidence / Likelihood -.2 climate-science-special-report Front Matter
Human Activities Are the Primary Driver of Recent Global Temperature Rise -.2 climate-science-special-report Executive Summary
Greater Emissions Lead to Significantly More Warming -.3 climate-science-special-report Executive Summary
Significantly More Warming Occurs Under Higher Greenhouse Gas Concentration Scenarios -.4 climate-science-special-report Executive Summary
Record Warm Daily Temperatures Are Occurring More Often -.5 climate-science-special-report Executive Summary
Extreme Precipitation Has Increased Across Much of the United States -.6 climate-science-special-report Executive Summary
Large-Scale Patterns of Natural Variability Affect U.S. Climate -.7 climate-science-special-report Executive Summary
Recent Sea Level Rise Fastest for Over 2,000 Years -.8 climate-science-special-report Executive Summary
"Nuisance Flooding" Increases Across the United States -.9 climate-science-special-report Executive Summary
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