Federal Coordinating Lead Author:
David Reidmiller, U.S. Global Change Research Program
Lead Author:
Christopher W. Avery, U.S. Global Change Research Program
Contributing Authors:
Michael Kolian, U.S. Global Change Research Program
Kenneth E. Kunkel, North Carolina State University
David Herring, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Reid Sherman, U.S. Global Change Research Program/Straughan Environmental
William V. Sweet, U.S. Global Change Research Program
Kathryn Tipton, U.S. Global Change Research Program/ICF
Christopher Weaver, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

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