North America.

@article{Shriner2018NorthA,
  title={North America.},
  author={David S. Shriner and Raewyn Street and Robert M. Ball and Damien D'Amours and Kait Duncan and David M. Kaiser and Adil Maarouf and Linda D. Mortsch and Paul Mulholland and Russell Neilson and Jonathan A Patz and Joel D. Scheraga and James G. Titus and H. E. Vaughan and Mark A. Weltz},
  journal={Global heart},
  year={2018},
  volume={13 3},
  pages={
          177-181
        }
}
The following document can be cited as: D. S. Shriner, R. B. Street, R. Ball, D. D'Amours, K. Duncan D. Kaiser, A. Maarouf, L. Mortsch, P. Mulholland, R. Neilson, J.A. Patz, J.D. Scheraga, J.G. Titus, H. Vaughan, and M. Weltz. 1998. “North America”. In THE REGIONAL IMPACTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE: AN ASSESSMENT OF VULNERABILITY, edited by R.T.Watson, M.C.Zinyowera, R.H.Moss. Special Report of International Panel on Climate Change, Working Group II, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United… CONTINUE READING

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