Climate change means more extremes in Oregon

Register-Guard: Climate change -- also known as global warming -- probably won`t look quite the way we might imagine it, say Oregon scientists trying to predict the impacts on the Oregon landscape of an increase in the greenhouse gases that insulate the planet. Instead of an inexorably steady rise in temperature 0.5 degrees per decade, say the scientists, think wilder swings in weather: wetter winters, drier summers, more intense storms. "The variability may increase in the future, very cold winters, very......

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