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Causes of California drought linked to climate change


September 30, 2014

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The extreme atmospheric conditions associated with California's crippling drought are far more likely to occur under today's global warming conditions than in the climate that existed before humans emitted large amounts of greenhouse gases, Stanford University scientists say. Full Story

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