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   gcis:figureNumber "14.1"^^xsd:string;
   dcterms:title "Climate Change and Health"^^xsd:string;
   gcis:hasCaption "This conceptual diagram illustrates the exposure pathways by which climate change could affect human health. Exposure pathways exist within the context of other factors that positively or negatively influence health outcomes (gray side boxes). Key factors that influence vulnerability for individuals are shown in the right box and include social determinants of health and behavioral choices. Key factors that influence vulnerability at larger scales, such as natural and built environments, governance and management, and institutions, are shown in the left box. The extent to which climate change could alter the burden of disease in any location at any point in time will depend not just on the magnitude of local climate change but also on individual and population vulnerability, exposure to changing weather patterns, and capacity to manage risks, which may also be affected by climate change. Source: Balbus et al. 2016.{{< tbib '2' '6b118a80-8335-4c02-91cf-762c8bb14301' >}}"^^xsd:string;
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