Canada: Taking it to the extreme

Lethbridge Herald: The last decade has dished out some weird weather in southern Alberta. The pattern of flooding one year and drought the next is becoming the norm, and scientists want to know why. Climate change due to global warming has been one answer tossed around that scientists are now out to prove. Armed with $2.5 million from the federal government, a group of researchers will descend on southern Alberta's rural agriculture communities to find out if the weird prairie weather is connected to global warming,......

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