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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701. Relative roles of sea level and climate change in the evolution of the stratigraphic architecture of the northeastern continental margin of the South China Sea

702. THREE ESSAYS ON POPULATION, HEALTH, AND ENVIRONMENT LINKAGES: EVIDENCE FROM SOUTH AMERICA, SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA, AND SOUTHEAST ASIA

703. The Impact of Future CO2 Emission Reduction Targets on U.S. Electric Sector Water Use

704. Abrupt Changes and Intervening Oscillations in Conceptual Climate Models

705. Heating up: a series of articles on global warming in the American South

706. Rural Livelihoods and Environmental Change in Uganda

707. Climate Litigation and Atmospheric Ethics: A Case Study of Juliana v. United States

708. The Role of Fog in the Hydrological Functioning of Tropical Island Ecosystems

709. Nature at work: An eco-sensible study of professional identity making in the fracking industry

710. Local adaptation and reproductive isolation in the copepod Tigriopus californicus