UNC-Chapel Hill Climate Change Resources

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This collection contains scholarly resources on the topic of climate change which were authored by researchers from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

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681. STREAMFLOW TRENDS AND DROUGHT IN THE SOUTH ATLANTIC, U.S.: IMPLICATIONS FOR WATER MANAGEMENT AND WATER TRANSFERS

682. Influence of hydrology and denitrification on nutrient dynamics in coastal headwater streams

683. Sequence stratigraphy of the marginal marine facies of the Jurassic Sundance Formation, South Dakota and Wyoming: implications for controls of higher-order cyclicity in a greenhouse world

684. SELF-ORGANIZATION OF THE CLIMATE SYSTEM: SYNCHRONIZED POLAR AND OCEANIC TELECONNECTIONS

685. Factors Regulating Methane Production and Oxidation in Two Shallow Arctic Alaskan Lakes

686. Paleoclimate archives and evolutionary patterns preserved in neogene scallop shells: implications for linking climate change, paleobiogeography, and morphologic evolution of Chesapecten along the Atlantic coastal plain, USA

687. Sediment Emission and Water Column Oxidation of Methane in Alaskan Arctic Lakes

688. NATURAL AND ANTHROPOGENIC DRIVERS OF OYSTER REEF COMMUNITY DYNAMICS

689. Unravelling the Sikasso Paradox: Agricultural Change, Cotton and Malnutrition in Southern Mali

690. Biodiversity and Scale: Determinants of Species Richness in Great Smoky Mountains National Park