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Trends in Water Availability

Figure 17.11

This figure appears in chapter 17 of the Climate Change Impacts in the United States: The Third National Climate Assessment report.

Left: Projected trend in Southeast-wide annual water yield (equivalent to water availability) due to climate change. The green area represents the range in predicted water yield from four climate model projections based on the A1B and B2 emissions scenarios. Right: Spatial pattern of change in water yield for 2010-2060 (decadal trend relative to 2010). The hatched areas are those where the predicted negative trend in water availability associated with the range of climate scenarios is statistically significant (with 95% confidence). As shown on the map, the western part of the Southeast region is expected to see the largest reductions in water availability. (Figure source: adapted from Sun et al. 2013ea3445e7-7601-48c1-9a36-bbd7befc0964).

When citing this figure, please reference adapted from Sun et al. 2013 ea3445e7-7601-48c1-9a36-bbd7befc0964.

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