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Key Finding 1: Climate change is expected to alter the geographic and seasonal distributions of existing vectors and vector-borne diseases [Likely, High Confidence]. Earlier Tick Activity and Northward Range Expansion Key Finding 2: Ticks capable of carrying the bacteria that cause Lyme disease and other pathogens will show earlier seasonal activity and a generally northward expansion in response to increasing temperatures associated with climate change [Likely, High Confidence]. Longerdoi:10.7930/j0765c7v fatcat:wr7doxq4onbuplmfhkytl5c7yu