The Potential Effects of Global Climate Change on the United States: Draft : Report to Congress
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Policy, Planning, and Evaluation, Office of Research and Development, 1988 - Climatic changes
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acreage adapt addition agencies agriculture air pollution ANALYSES ANNUAL areas BASED California capacity cause Central climate change coastal combined concentrations consider corn costs crop decline decrease demand depends developed direct diversity dryland economic effects electricity emissions estimated examined example FALL farms FIGURE fish fisheries forests future GISS GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE global warming GREENHOUSE growth habitat heat Higher temperatures impacts of climate implications important improve increase irrigation lake levels Lakes land lead less long-term loss lost lower major Michigan migrate MODELS mortality natural North northern northward occur ozone patterns Plains planning plants POLICY possible potential impacts precipitation production Protected rainfall Range reduced regional REPORT requirements RESEARCH result River runoff salinity SCENARIOS sea level rise season severity shifts soils Source South Southeast southern species stress studies summer surface United urban Valley water quality Water Resources water supplies wetlands winter yields