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Major physical processes through which climate change can impact natural freshwater systems, as represented by red arrows and texts. Colored boxes highlight various types of water supply sources. Brown block arrows represent possible sources of fecal pathogens, and presence of these pathogens are shown in black asterisks. This figure focuses on common processes seen in developing regions and countries.
Number of years required for the burned area of Rim fire to recover to pre‐fire aboveground live biomass conditions.