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Global warming weakens Pacific winds May 4, 2006

Posted by tkcollier in Enviroment, Science & Technology.
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Global warming weakens Pacific winds
Climate change is weakening a vast system of circulating winds that traverses the Pacific Ocean from coast to coast, say climate experts. Global warming has caused the system, which is crucial for monsoon rains in Southeast Asia and fisheries in South America, to decline since the advent of industrial times.

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