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Is Extreme Weather Linked to Global Warming?

Collide-a-ScapeBy Keith KloorJune 2, 2011 7:01 PM


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That's the million dollar question Yale Environment 360 put to a nice cross-section of climate experts. The roster includes Kevin Trenberth, Judith Curry, Kerry Emanuel, and Roger Pielke, Jr., among others. To my mind, there are no surprising statements from any of the aforementioned contributors, if you are familiar with their previously stated positions. (Somebody should correct me if I'm wrong.) Still, it's good to have these views collected in one place and in sum, they should be helpful to those trying to make sense of this complicated issue.

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