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The fingerprint of climate change quickly turns into a huge topic, and it is covered extensively in the Climate Web.
For purposes of this Lite Roadmap, key Index Entries include:
- I:PhysicalImpactsofClimateChange (Deep Dive)
Key Topical Headings for books, reports, and journal articles:
- S - Climate Change Fingerprint to Date
- S - Historically Low Probability Outcomes as Business Risk
- S - Low Probability Psychology
- S - Global Warming Hiatus
- S - Impact Attribution
- S - Observed vs. Modeled Impacts
Key Topical Headings for news and opinion:
Key Topical Headings for extracted materials:
Key Topical Headings for websites, experts, and more:
As a bonus, here are some recent additions to the Climate Web you might find thought-provoking that relate specifically to the topic of this Lite Roadmap. They represent just the smallest sliver of what’s organized in the Climate Web with the goal of facilitating access to your actionable knowledge. Note that links with “$$” sit behind paywalls and we can’t provide direct access. But we are always working to go through those sources to extract key idea and graphics to share under “fair use” rules.
- 2021/7 Climate Change Drove Western Heat Wave’s Extreme Records, Analysis Finds
- 2021/5 The 5 mass extinction events that shaped the history of Earth — and the 6th that's happening now
- 2021/4 NASA measures direct evidence humans are causing climate change
- 2021/2 Study Shows California Rains Starting Later, Extending Fire Season
- 2021/4 Pentagon chief: Climate crisis 'existential' threat to US national security
- 2021/1 Congress Continues to Affirm that Climate Security is National Security
- 2021/6 Rocky Mountain forests burning more now than any time in the past 2,000 years
- 2021/6 Climate Change Batters the West Before Summer Even Begins
- 2021/5 Siberia Is on Fire—and It’s Only May
- 2021/6 World must rewild on massive scale to heal nature and climate, says UN
- 2021/5 Seabirds are today's canaries in the coal mine – and they're sending us an urgent message
- 2021/4 The ocean is becoming more stable – here's why that might not be a good thing
- 2021/4 Dangerous 'Heat Bombs' Have Been Entering The Arctic Ocean, Expedition Reveals
- 2021/4 Changes to giant ocean eddies could have ‘devastating effects’ globally
- 2021/4 Barrier Reef doomed as up to 99% of coral at risk, report finds
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All of this information and much more gets pulled together into the “story” of today’s climate change fingerprint via our Climate Fingerprint Premium Roadmap, representing hundreds of hours of research and knowledge curation. Topics you’ll find explored in the Premium Roadmap include:
- Climate change attribution science
- Average global temperature change to date
- Coral reef impacts
- Changing heat extremes
- Ocean acidification
- Ocean temperature rise
- Wildfire and climate change
- Disease and climate change
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