Less Rain in Hawaii

Environmental News Network: The Hawaiian Islands ecoregion includes one of the world's wettest places, the slopes of Mount Wai?ale?ale, which average 460 in (12,000 mm) of rainfall per year. However, almost imperceptibly, rainfall over the Hawaiian Islands has been declining since 1978, and this trend is likely to continue with global warming through the end of this century, according to a team of scientists at the University of Hawaii at Manoa (UHM) and the University of Colorado at Boulder. This latest Hawaii rainfall study,......

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