Abnormal heavy rainfall can recur frequently, says climatologist

Rakyat Post: The disastrous floods which hit some states last year are expected to recur more frequently and with greater intensity as a result of global warming and the Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO) phenomenon, says climatologist and oceanographer Professor Dr Fredolin T. Tangang. He said climate change due to global warming was causing a worsening of the phenomenon. The media had previously reported that the MJO phenomenon was a factor causing heavy rains in Malaysia. MJO is an element in the tropical......

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