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- This chart can be used in a presentation or easily embedded in a unit on ecosystems, carbon cycle, or global change.
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- The chart illustrates predicted impacts (Food, Water, Ecosystems, Extreme Weather Events, and Risk of Abrupt and Irreversible Changes) of climate change for specific global temperature increases.
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- The chart is easy to read but requires interpretation.
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