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Soil carbon: Depth of understanding

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Higher climatological temperature sensitivity of soil carbon in cold than warm climates

1. Arora, V. K. et al. Carbon-concentration and carbon–climate feedbacks in CMIP5 Earth System Models. J. Clim. 26, 5289–5314 (2013). 2. Ciais, P. et al. in Climate...

Climate and water resource change impacts and adaptation potential for US power supply

1. Ventyx Power Plant Database (National Renewable Energy Laboratory, ). 2. Energy Information Administration Electricity Generation Dataset Form EIA-923 (accessed 2016). 3. Macknick, J., Newmark, R., Heath, G. & Hallett,...

Climate policy: Uncovering ocean-related priorities

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Ocean commitments under the Paris Agreement

1. Paris Agreement (UNFCCC, ). 2. Bodansky, D. The Paris Climate Change Agreement: A new hope? Am. J. Int. Law 110, 288–319 (2016). 3. Lesnikowski, A., Ford, J., Biesbroek,...

Outward migration may alter population dynamics and income inequality

1. Black, R., Arnell, N. W., Adger, W. N., Thomas, D. & Geddes, A. Migration, immobility and displacement outcomes following extreme events. Environ. Sci. Policy...

Brazilian sugarcane ethanol as an expandable green alternative to crude oil use

1. De Souza, A. P., Grandis, A., Leite, D. C. C. & Buckeridge, M. S. Sugarcane as a bioenergy source: history, performance, and perspectives for...

Corrigendum: Future global mortality from changes in air pollution attributable to climate change

Nature Climate Change 7, 647–651 (2017); published online 31 July 2017; corrected after print 16 October 2017. In the version of this Letter originally published,...

Anthropogenic climate change detected in European renewable freshwater resources

Freshwater is a key feature of the terrestrial environment, which is inevitably linked to life on Earth and essential for flourishing societies. Consequently, freshwater...

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