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New Research May Lead to Better Climate Models for Global Warming, El Niņo


December 7, 2007

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One-hundred-fifty scientists from more than 40 universities in nine countries are starting a coordinated program aimed at gaining new insights about the Earth's climate and the complex, interconnected system involving the oceans, the atmosphere and the land.  Full Story

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University of California, Los Angles

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