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Supplementary Materials

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  • Fig. S1. Estimated exposure-response relationships between daily mean temperature and all-cause mortality over selected U.S. cities.
  • Fig. S2. One-in-30-year heat-related mortality per 100,000 persons that is avoidable by stabilizing future warming at the 1.5° and 2°C Paris Agreement thresholds rather than 3°C.
  • Fig. S3. Heat-related mortality return period curves in future stabilization scenarios of 1.5°, 2°, and 3°C.
  • Fig. S4. Population-normalized heat-related mortality return period curves in future stabilization scenarios of 1.5°, 2°, and 3°C.
  • Table S1. The MMT and its percentile rank in the 1987–2000 observations in each city.
  • Table S2. Maximum observed and projected temperatures and the percentage of days on which the projected temperature exceeds the maximum observed temperature in each scenario and city.

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