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Mid-Atlantic Regional Assessment of Climate Change Impacts

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Series: Climate Research Specials Volume: 7
Edited By: B Yarnal, LS Kalkstein and JD Scheraga
269 pages, Figs, tabs
Publisher: Inter-Research
Mid-Atlantic Regional Assessment of Climate Change Impacts
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Discusses MARA and the key topics that it covers, including positive and negative climate impacts on water, forests, ecosystems, agriculture, coastal zones, and human health.

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Journal / Magazine
Series: Climate Research Specials Volume: 7
Edited By: B Yarnal, LS Kalkstein and JD Scheraga
269 pages, Figs, tabs
Publisher: Inter-Research
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