Hurricanes Become Less Threatening To US Coast, Based On Climate Models

RedOrbit: Recent studies have painted a pretty grim picture for future hurricane seasons, with more frequent and intense storms occurring in the Northeast due to a changing climate. Last year’s superstorm Hurricane Sandy was labeled as evidence of such climatic storms impacting the US Atlantic coast. However, a new study by researchers from Columbia University and Colorado State University is suggesting climate change could eventually keep such hurricanes from making a sizeable impact on US coastlines.......

Read Complete Article at Water Conserve: Water Conservation RSS News Feed

You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.

Leave a Reply