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Phil Klotzbach: Person DB Profile: All Cities

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This page lists cities mentioned in articles mentioning Phil Klotzbach relating to Climate Change. For a complete overview of this entry's activities relating to this topic, please see the Phil Klotzbach Person DB Profile.

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Atlantic Ocean, Oc,    20.45% (27)
Pacific Ocean, Oc,    12.12% (16)
Kyoto, Kyoto, Japan   9.85% (13)
Wilma, Florida, United States   7.58% (10)
Durban, Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa   6.82% (9)
Washington, District Of Columbia, United States   6.06% (8)
Nadine, Sud, Haiti   4.55% (6)
Santiago De Cuba, Santiago De Cuba, Cuba   4.55% (6)
Miami, Florida, United States   3.79% (5)
Copenhagen, KAvn*, Denmark   3.03% (4)
Boston, Massachusetts, United States   3.03% (4)
National Hurricane Center, Florida, United States   3.03% (4)
Colorado State University, Colorado, United States   3.03% (4)
New England, Pennsylvania, United States   3.03% (4)
Bertha, Florida, United States   2.27% (3)
Ortonville, Minnesota, United States   2.27% (3)
Plymouth, Saint Anthony, Montserrat   2.27% (3)
Asheville, North Carolina, United States   2.27% (3)
Douglas, Isle Of Man (General), Isle Of Man   2.27% (3)
Patty, Colima, Mexico   2.27% (3)
Corbett, North Carolina, United States   2.27% (3)
London, London, City Of, United Kingdom   2.27% (3)
Columbus, Georgia, United States   2.27% (3)
Los Angeles, California, United States   2.27% (3)
Pekin, Beijing, China   2.27% (3)
Crookston, Minnesota, United States   2.27% (3)
Houston, Texas, United States   1.52% (2)
Beijing, Beijing, China   1.52% (2)
Lakes, Kentucky, United States   1.52% (2)
San Jose, California, United States   1.52% (2)
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