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USGS Public Lecture Series: Climate Change 101
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Title: USGS Public Lecture Series: Climate Change 101

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Climate change is an issue of increasing public concern because of its potential effects on land, water, and biological resources. In the next several years, the United States will be challenged to make management and policy decisions as well as develop adaptation and mitigation strategies that will require anticipating the effects of a changing climate and its impacts on humans and ecosystems. The USGS has a well-regarded history in studying these potential effects and understanding climate change science.

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Location: Reston, VA, USA

Date Taken: 8/25/2009

Length: 0:00

Video Producer: Don Becker , U.S. Geological Survey


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