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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1. Population divergence in nutrient-temperature interactions in Pieris rapae

2. Interlinkages and gaps: a review of the literature on intergovernmental relations for flood management in the face of climate change

3. Editorial: Curbing global warming with multi-scale and multi-sectoral Water-Energy-Food nexus

4. The Air Pollution Human Health Burden in Different Future Scenarios That Involve the Mitigation of Near-Term Climate Forcers, Climate and Land-Use

5. A joint spatial factor analysis model to accommodate data from misaligned areal units with application to Louisiana social vulnerability

6. Environmental Heat Exposure and Heat-Related Symptoms in United States Coast Guard Deepwater Horizon Disaster Responders

7. Effects of Nutrient Availability on the Thermal Optima and Sensitivities of Galápagos Seaweeds

8. COMPETITIVE AND METABOLIC STRATEGIES OF MARINE BACTERIA AND THEIR INFLUENCE ON OCEAN ECOLOGY AND BIOGEOCHEMISTRY

9. Exposure to climate and vulnerability to food insecurity in Ethiopia

10. Variation in thermal sensitivity among coral genotypes, species, and habitats: Implications for improved restoration