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View Resource Climate Divisions for Alaska Based on Objective Methods

Alaska encompasses several climate types because of its vast size, high-latitude location, proximity to oceans, and complex topography. There is a great need to understand how climate varies...

http://pajk.arh.noaa.gov/info/Bienieketal2012.pdf
View Resource The projected timing of climate departure from recent variability

Ecological and societal disruptions by modern climate change are critically determined by the time frame over which climates shift beyond historical analogues. Here we present a new index of the year...

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B-5-JeCa2Z7hbkhMcEp4alpxSUE/...
View Resource Marine Taxa Track Local Climate Velocities

Organisms are expected to adapt or move in response to climate change, but observed distribution shifts span a wide range of directions and rates. Explanations often emphasize biological distinctions...

http://wormlab.biology.dal.ca/publication/view/pinsky-ml-eta...
View Resource Effects of sea-level rise on barrier island groundwater system dynamics - ecohydrological implications

We used a numerical model to investigate how a barrier island groundwater system responds to increases of up to 60 cm in sea level. We found that a sea-level rise of 20 cm leads to substantial...

http://necsc.umass.edu/sites/default/files/masterson-etal-20...
View Resource EPA: Adapting to Change (Climate Change)

Adaptation is the adjustment that society or ecosystems make to prepare for, or adjust to climate change. Adaptation can include actions by individuals and communities, from a farmer planting more...

http://www3.epa.gov/climatechange/adaptation/
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