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Volume 68, Issue 9, September 2015

cover: Massive flooding hit much of Pakistan, including this area near the city of Multan, in the summer of 2010. The international scientific community has recently recognized increased flooding—whether from swollen rivers or rising sea levels—as a “very likely” impact of climate change. But the recognition of that climatic cause and effect, and many others, was slow to develop. For more on how researchers came to understand the consequences of climate change, turn to the article by Spencer Weart on page 46. (Photo courtesy of United Nations/Evan Schneider.)

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