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Does 'Global Warming' Impact Hurricanes?

Perspective on Global Warming
Global Warming and Hurricanes
Dr. William M. Gray's comments on tropical cyclone numbers, duration and intensity(Fall 2005, pdf).
Dr. William M. Gray's comments on destructiveness (Fall 2005, pdf).
Global Warming didn't cause Katrina (or Wilma)

 

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