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Climate uncertainty and implications for U.S. state-level risk assessment through 2050
Decisions for climate policy will need to take place in advance of climate science resolving all relevant uncertainties. Further, if the concern of policy is to reduce risk, then the best-estimate of climate change impacts may not be so important as the currently understood uncertainty associated with realizable conditions having high consequence. This study focuses on one of the most uncertain aspects of future climate change -precipitation -to understand the implications of uncertainty ondoi:10.2172/1001003 fatcat:qbo3o6h4xbbgvlbrwchvatbooq