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Takahashi, Taro 56, 221, 222 tax credits 91 temperate forests 109 temperature increases. See also climate change and agriculture 62, 63, 81 in Alaska 201 deforestation and 103 in developing world 74 in Great Plains 195 and greenhouse effect 5 land use change and 121-122 midwestern U.S. 193 Pacific Northwest 199-200 terrestrial biosphere 31 thermal inertia 17-18, 226 Thompson, Lonnie 179 Tibet 207

tillage methods 75. See also conservation tillage timber production 105, 189 tipping point 11, 167 Tokyo, Japan 136 tourism 126-127, 198 trace gases 5, 10, 18 Trans-Alaska pipeline 206 transportation 38, 79, 116 tree line 150

trees 135, 152. See also forests Trempealeau National Wildlife Refuge 165

Trenberth, Kevin 117-118 tropical regions 47, 90 tropical vegetation 63 troposphere 25 trout 149-150, 189 tundra 150, 201, 203 Turnbull, Malcolm 230-231 Tyndall, John 2, 234c

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