This document, an “Maine Climate Science Update 2021”, is an interim communication to the Maine Climate Council and the public about the ongoing work of the scientific community and recent events associated with climate change. It is divided into three sections: (1) current events that reflect the acceleration of extreme weather events in Maine and elsewhere with possible connections to climate change; (2) noteworthy scientific reports with national and international scope released in 2021; and (3) examples of recent peer-reviewed publications from the ongoing work of the scientific community to understand climate change in Maine.
Maine Climate Council; Governor's Office of Policy Innovation and the Future; Fernandez, Ivan; Dickson, Stephen; Arnold, Susie; Rose, Cassaundra; Jackson, Troy; Black, Russell; Grohski, Nicole; Collamore, Amanda; Bacon, Linda; Beal, Brian; Birkel, Sean; Contosta, Alix; Cross, Amanda; Daigneault, Adam; DeMaynadier, Phillips; Elias, Susan; Hodgkins, Glenn; Kelley, Joe; Koehler, Glen; Lincoln, Rebecca; Lombard, Pamela; Lyon, Brandfield; Price, Nicole; Rubin, Jonathan; Salisbury, Joseph; Slovinsky, Peter; Soucy, Alyssa; Steneck, Robert; Stockwell, Sally; Wahle, Richard; Weiskittel, Aaron; and Wilson, Carl, "Maine Won't Wait One-Year Progress Report, 2021" (2021). General University of Maine Publications. 2272.
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