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picture of earth's SeaWinds Scientists have observed a warming trend across the Earth since the late 19th century, with the most rapid warming occurring over the past two decades. If emissions of greenhouse gases continue unabated, some scientists say humans may change global temperature and the planets climate at an unprecedented rate. However, many questions remain about the cause, pace and consequences of these changes.

NCERs STAR program is working towards EPAs research goal of understanding the possible consequences of global change on human health, ecosystems and social well-being. Our global change research has been designed to provide scientific information to stakeholders nd policy-makers so that they can make informed decisions about whether and how to respond to global change.

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