21 Apr '11, 12pm

What’s With the Weather? Is Climate Change to Blame?

One of the thorniest questions facing climate scientists is whether human-induced climate change is leading to more heat waves, floods, and extreme weather events. Now, employing increasingly sophisticated methods of studying weather extremes, climatologists say they are closer to answering that key question.

Full article: http://e360.yale.edu/feature/whats_with_the_weather_is_cl...

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