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The Changing Climate of South Texas 1900-2100: Problems and Prospects, Impacts and Implications
Jim Norwine and Kuruvilla John, editors


  Welcome to the "Anthropocene"? South Texas Climate 2100: Still Fascinating, Even More Challenging
Jim Norwine and Kuruvilla John, editors
Chapter 1   Introduction
Gerald North
Chapter 2   The Problematic Climate of South Texas 1900-2100
Jim Norwine, Robert Harriss, Jaehyung Yu, Claudia Tebaldi, and Ralph Bingham
Chapter 3   South Texas Climate 2100: Coastal Impacts
John W. Tunnell, Jr, Paul Montagna, and.James C. Gibeaut
Chapter 4   South Texas Climate 2100: Potential Ecological and Wildlife Impacts
Leonard A. Brennan
Chapter 5   Climate Change Impacts on Regional and Urban Air Quality in South Texas
Jhumoor Biswas and Kuruvilla John
Chapter 6   Climate Change Impacts on Water Resources in South Texas
Venkatesh Uddameri and Gomathishankar Parvathinathan
Chapter 7   Climate Change for South Texas and Water Resource Impacts: A Specific Focus on the Agriculture Sector
Kim Jones and Irama Wesselman
Chapter 8   Apparent Rapid Range Change in South Texas Birds: Response to Climate Change?
John Rappole, Gene Blacklock, and Jim Norwine
Chapter 9  

South Texas Climate 2100: Reflections, Prospects, Prescriptions
Robert Harriss

Epilogue   Letter to a Young Reader
Kuruivilla John and Jim Norwine


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