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1. Although most small towns and villages in Alaska lie along the coastline, the cost of importing food to remote villages can be high, because of the terrain and difficult road conditions, which change dramatically, due to varying climate and precipitation changes.

2. Precipitation changes dramatically from one spot to the other, and diminishes very quickly eastward.

3. This information can be used to reconstruct precipitation changes in the past.

4. Conversely, lower elevation treelines are expected to be more affected by precipitation changes than temperature variation.

5. Environmental stresses can be described as pressure on the environment, with compounding variables such as extreme temperature or precipitation changes—which all play a role in the diversity and succession of an ecosystem.

6. Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC)'s Climate Research Division summarized annual precipitation changes, evaluating records up to 2007.

7. According to an assessment by Krol and Van Oel for the State of Ceara, the direction of precipitation changes cannot be determined with certainty.

8. In EC 91-123, Reece et al. show how specific grazing management techniques may be used on order to more effectively mitigate drought and other precipitation changes on rangeland.

9. Already there is evidence of upward shifts of plants in mountains and in arctic shrubs are predicted to increase substantially to warming One modeling study suggested that the extent of the Amazon rainforest may be reduced by 70% if global warming continues unchecked, due to regional precipitation changes that result from weakening of large-scale tropical circulation.

10. ECCC's Climate Research Division summarized annual precipitation changes to support biodiversity assessments by the Canadian Councils of Resource Ministers.

11. During the past several years, attention has been paid to study on precipitation changes of main river basins of Sri Lanka.

12. They also modelled the potential impact on ozone layer concentrations, regional precipitation changes and atmospheric chemistry.

13. The current trends over the last 40 years is unprecedented and if continued Norway would experience annual precipitation changes of 30% over a century.

14. Average annual precipitation changes from 140 centimetres (55 in) in the south with its intense cold-season storm activity, to 100 centimetres (40 in) elsewhere.

15. Regionally, precipitation changes may be anywhere between -60% to +8%. Furthermore, the mean annual temperature has increased by 0.6° C in Mexico since 1960.

16. Kloesel anticipates that "precipitation changes will amplify these warming extremes, as Oklahoma appears poised for more frequent, lengthier periods of drought interspersed with floods."

17. While the precipitation changes since the last glacial cycle are well established, the magnitude and timing of the changes are unclear.

18. Erosion of lake sediments and carbon reservoir effects make it difficult to date when they dried up. Vegetation changes by themselves do not necessarily indicate precipitation changes, as changes in seasonality, plant species composition and changes in land use also play a role in vegetation changes.

19. In addition to raw precipitation changes, changes in precipitation seasonality such as the length of dry seasons need to be considered when assessing the effects of climate change on vegetation, as well as the fertilizing effects of increased carbon dioxide concentrations in the atmosphere.

20. Other sources of albedo changes: Warmer extratropics during summer may have drawn the Intertropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ) northward, resulting in precipitation changes.

21. In Eastern Africa, ITCZ changes had relatively little effect on precipitation changes.

22. The reduced dust emission warms the North Atlantic and increases westerly flow into the North American Monsoon, strengthening it. The far-field precipitation changes reach as far as Europe and Australia.

23. the period 5,600–5,000 calibrated years ago was characterized by widespread cooling and more variable precipitation changes around the world including a cooling of sea surface temperatures on both sides of the North Atlantic.

24. Agricultural systems depend upon reliable water sources, and the pattern and potential magnitude of precipitation changes is not well understood, thus adding considerable uncertainty to assessment efforts.

25. Although most small towns and villages in Alaska lie along the coastline, the cost of importing food to remote villages can be high, because of the terrain and difficult road conditions, which change dramatically, due to varying climate and precipitation changes.

26. Such specials are issued when precipitation of at least low intensity starts or stops, or the type of precipitation changes.

27. impact of temperature and precipitation changes on annual and monthly runoff process in headwater area of the Yellow River was analyzed by using WEP-L model.