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By Meghan M. Dalton, Philip Mote, Amy K. Snover

Climate swap within the Northwest: Implications for Our Landscapes, Waters, and Communities is geared toward assessing the country of information approximately key weather affects and effects to numerous sectors and groups within the northwest usa. It attracts on a wealth of peer-reviewed literature, prior state-level evaluation reviews performed for Washington (2009) and Oregon (2010), in addition to a risk-framing workshop. As an review, it goals to be consultant (though no longer exhaustive) of the foremost weather swap concerns as mirrored within the becoming physique of Northwest weather switch technological know-how, affects, and edition literature now available.
This record will function an up-to-date source for scientists, stakeholders, determination makers, scholars, and group participants drawn to figuring out and getting ready for weather swap affects on Oregon, Washington, and Idaho. This extra distinct, foundational file is meant to help the major findings offered within the Northwest bankruptcy of the 3rd nationwide weather Assessment. 

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