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   gcis:hasCaption "Mid (left) and late (right) 21stcentury changes are compared to the 1986–2005 baseline under the low-emissions (RCP 2.6, top) and high-emissions (RCP 8.5, bottom) scenarios. Multimodel ensemble-mean changes are shown where gray dashes indicate areas where changes are small (less than one standard deviation) compared to natural variability. Source: This figure was produced using CMIP5 model output through the web application “Climate Explorer,”."^^xsd:string;
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