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More Tropical Cyclones in Past Could Play Role in Warmer Future


February 24, 2010

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More frequent tropical cyclones in Earth's ancient past contributed to persistent El Niño-like conditions, according to a team of climate scientists led by Yale University. Their findings could have implications for the planet's future as global temperatures continue to rise due to climate change. Full Story

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