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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71. MODELING FUTURE HYDROLOGIC EXTREMES, FLOOD HAZARDS, AND EXPOSURE UNDER A HIGH EMISSIONS SCENARIO IN THE NEUSE RIVER WATERSHED

72. DRIVERS OF ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANCE IN GRAM-NEGATIVE BACTERIA FROM THE NEUSE RIVER BASIN

73. Variability in the phytoplankton response to upwelling across the iron limitation mosaic within the California Current System

74. PRINCIPAL LEADERSHIP AS A MODERATOR OF TEACHER TURNOVER FOLLOWING NATURAL HAZARD EXPOSURE

75. Multiple dimensions of niche specialization explain changes in species’ range area, occupancy, and population size

76. Spatial and temporal characterization of sea surface temperature response to tropical cyclones

77. Northwestern Pacific typhoon intensity controlled by changes in ocean temperatures

78. Intensification of landfalling typhoons over the northwest Pacific since the late 1970s

79. Atmospheric rivers over the Northwestern Pacific: Climatology and interannual variability

80. Ocean warming pattern effects on future changes in East Asian atmospheric rivers