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. "Front Matter." National Security Implications of Climate Change for U.S. Naval Forces. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press, 2011.
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ALLIED FORCES’ AND PARTNERS’ ISSUES
Immediate Challenges Assessment: Allied Forces’ Climate-Change-Related Issues,
Key Geographic “Hot Spot” Projections, Migration Patterns, and Climate Change Impact Assumptions,
Preliminary Strategies/Opportunities to Leverage U.S. and Allied Forces and Capabilities,
The New “Great Game,”
CLIMATE-CHANGE-RELATED TECHNICAL ISSUES IMPACTING U.S. NAVAL OPERATIONS
Current State of Navigation Systems Infrastructure with Respect to Arctic Navigation,
Communication Systems Infrastructure and Performance in Polar Regions,
FUTURE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT NEEDS
Global Observations, Scientific Analysis, and Modeling in Support of Navy R&D Requirements,
The Special Case for Understanding Changes in the Arctic,
A Terms of Reference
B Acronyms and Abbreviations
C Biographies of Committee Members and Staff
D Letter Report to the U.S. Navy