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View Resource Analyses of the Effects of Global Change on Human health and Welfare and Human Systems

Library Holdings. The CCSP?s guiding vision is to provide the Nation and the global community with the science-based knowledge needed to manage the risks and capture the opportunities a...
View Resource Megadrought and Megadeath in 16th Century Mexico

Library Holdings. The native population collapse in 16th century Mexico was a demographic catastrophe with one of the highest death rates in history. Recently developed tree-ring evidence has...
View Resource How Will Climate Change Affect the Mid-Atlantic Region?

Library Holdings. Average temperature has risen 1 degree F over the last century in the Mid-Atlantic Region as well as across the globe. Climate science is developing rapidly and many studies...
View Resource Highways of a Global Traveler: Tracking Tropospheric Ozone

On the stage of global change, ozone plays the role of both hero and villain. This brief document discusses about the tracking of Tropospheric Ozone, where ozone forms and where it travels have...
View Resource Tornado Chase

With an average energy of roughly 1 million pounds of TNT, tornadoes are one of nature?s most powerful phenomena. And while atmospheric scientists know a great deal about tornados, such as the c...
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