26 Aug '11, 6pm

Climate Change and the Texas Drought

Scientists are always reluctant to pin any single weather event on climate change, and the Texas drought is no exception. They point to La Niña, an intermittent Pacific Ocean phenomenon that affects storms, as the immediate cause, our colleague Kate Galbraith of the Texas Tribune reports . “We can’t say with certainty whether this particular drought is in and of itself a product of climate change,” said David Brown, a regional official with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. However, Dr. Brown added, these kinds of droughts will have effects that are “even more extreme” in the future, given a warming and drying regional climate.

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