Published On: Mon, Sep 11th, 2017

Four underappreciated ways that climate change could make hurricanes worse

Four underappreciated ways that climate change could make hurricanes worse

With Hurricane Harvey’s rainfall records and now Irma’s stunning combination of extreme strength and longevity, the hurricane-global warming debate is back in full swing. And it has evolved a good bit since 2005, when the United States was severely damaged by superstrong hurricanes (Katrina, Rita, Wilma). Scientists are more confident now in their messages, more willing to link factors like worsened […]

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