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   gcis:findingStatement "Trends in some types of extreme weather events have been observed in recent decades, consistent with rising temperatures. These include increases in: heavy precipitation nationwide, especially in the Midwest and Northeast; heat waves, especially in the West; and the intensity of Atlantic hurricanes. These trends are expected to continue. Research on climate changes’ effects on other types of extreme events continues."^^xsd:string;
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