Global connections between El Nino events, drought

ScienceDaily: A team of researchers recently discovered that global climate change is causing general increases in both plant growth and potential drought risk. University of Montana Professor John Kimball is among the team of researchers who published an article on Oct. 30 about their study on Nature magazine's website titled "Vegetation Greening and Climate Change Promote Multidecadal Rises of Global Land Evapotranspiration." Their research shows that during the past 32 years there have been widespread increases......

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