These are graphical representations of issues relevant to adaptation or vulnerability. Submissions will often be maps, but could also be graphs, charts, or tables of high/low adaptive capacity and high/low exposure, for example. Any example of representing data/information visually is relevant.
The National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) at University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR): http://www.vets.ucar.edu/vg/categories/globalchange.shtml. It explores extensive gallery of scientific Global Change visualizations, Climate Change Simulation, Greenhouse Gases & Surface Temperature Change
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