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   dcterms:title "Scientific Understanding of Global Climate"^^xsd:string;
   gcis:hasCaption "As scientific understanding of climate has evolved over the last 120 years, increasing amounts of physics, chemistry, and biology have been incorporated into calculations and, eventually, models. This figure shows when various processes and components of the climate system became regularly included in scientific understanding of global climate and, over the second half of the century as computing resources became available, formalized in global climate models. Source: Hayhoe et al. 2017.{{< tbib '24' '9c909a77-a1d9-477d-82fc-468a6b1af771' >}}"^^xsd:string;
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