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   dcterms:title "Multiple Climate Stressors Affect Vulnerable Infrastructure"^^xsd:string;
   gcis:hasCaption "Extreme events such as floods, heat waves, wildfires, landslides, and drought play an important role in the vulnerability of infrastructure. The figure, from Seattle City Light's Vulnerability Plan,{{< tbib '133' '2bd77a92-b832-4ea3-a6c1-ceba4df79c59' >}} illustrates how the utility’s assets, operations, and management goals are affected by a broad range of climate impacts and extreme events. Adaptation strategies to increase the resilience of the energy system must focus on multiple potential risks as well as environmental considerations. Source: adapted from Raymond 2015.{{< tbib '133' '2bd77a92-b832-4ea3-a6c1-ceba4df79c59' >}} Photo credits (from left to right): Emmet Anderson (Flickr, <a href=''>CC BY-NC 2.0</a>), Justin Miller (Flickr, <a href=''>CC BY-NC 2.0</a>), photojojo3 (Flickr, <a href=''>CC BY 2.0</a>), U.S. Department of Energy, Rick Swart, Oregon Department of Fish &amp; Wildlife."^^xsd:string;
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