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Climate Change and Extreme Weather
VOLUME 27, NUMBER 3, SPRING/SUMMER 2013             

Climate Change and Extreme Weather
By John H. Tibbetts                                                                       back to main story  

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Climate Change Impacts to Natural Resources in South Carolina. S.C. Department of Natural Resources.

Global Sea Level Rise Scenarios for the United States Climate Assessment. Silver Spring, MD: NOAA Climate Program Office, December 6, 2012.

Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.

National Aeronautics and Space ­Administration Global Climate Change.

National Flood Insurance Program.

NOAA Climate Program Office.

North Carolina Sea-Level Rise Assessment Report. North Carolina Coastal Resources Commission’s Science Panel on Coastal Hazards, March 2010.

South Carolina State Climatology Office.

Third National Climate Assessment Report Final Draft for Public Comment. A report by the National Climate Assessment and Development Advisory ­Committee, January 2013.

Trenberth, Kevin E. “Framing the way
to relate climate extremes to climate change.” Climatic Change, published online, March 21, 2012.

Tripati, Aradhna. “Coupling of CO2 and Ice Sheet Stability Over Major Climate Transitions of the Last 20 Million Years,” Science, published online, October 8, 2009.

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