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Plants Need CO2 To Grow
No Influence of ‘Global Warming’ on Atlantic Hurricane Numbers
August 11, 2009
Study: Better Observations, Analyses Detecting Short-Lived Tropical Systems
A NOAA-led team of scientists has found that the apparent increase in the number of tropical storms and hurricanes since the late 19th and early 20th centuries is likely attributable to improvements in observational tools and analysis techniques that better detect short-lived storms.

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