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Response of local temperature to management of non-radiative processes and changes in land cover.

We use extensive remote sensing data and in-field observations to show that non-radiative mechanisms dominate the local response in most regions for eight of the nine common LCMC faults. Our findings demonstrate the appeal of reforestation as a local mitigation and adaptation technique in these regions by showing that an increase in forest cover results in an annual cooling in all regions south of the United States, northern Europe, and Siberia.