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Written by one of America's foremost experts on climate change, "The Weather of the Future" offers a provocative forecast of what different parts of the world could look like in the year 2050 if we do not reduce carbon emissions from current levels.
Table of Contents
|List of Maps||p. xi|
|Your Weather is Your Climate|
|Climate and Weather Together||p. 3|
|Seeing Climate Change in Our Past||p. 12|
|The Science of Prediction||p. 31|
|Extreme Weather Autopsies and the Forty-Year Forecast||p. 50|
|The Weather of the Future|
|The Sahel, Africa||p. 63|
|The Great Barrier Reef, Australia||p. 89|
|Central Valley, California||p. 115|
|The Arctic, Part One: Inuit Nunaat, Canada||p. 149|
|The Arctic, Part Two: Greenland||p. 173|
|Dhaka, Bangladesh||p. 197|
|New York, New York||p. 227|
|The Trillionth Ton||p. 261|
|United States Climate Change Almanac||p. 273|
|New York Statistics||p. 297|
|The World's Most Vulnerable Places||p. 299|
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