Monday, July 26, 2010


Southeast: "Projected increases in air and water temperatures will cause heat-related stresses for people, plants, and animals.
Decreased water availability is very likely to affect the region’s economy as well as its natural systems.
Sea-level rise and the likely increase in hurricane intensity and associated storm surge will be among the most serious consequences of climate change.
Ecological thresholds are likely to be crossed throughout the region, causing major disruptions to ecosystems and to the benefits they provide to people."

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